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The forever irreversible loss of natural capital.
The natural, low rate of species extinction
a percentage or number of species that go extinct within a time period
Extinction of many species in a short geologic period of time
So few individual survivors that a species could son become extinct.
Enough individuals to survive short term, but is likely to become endangered.
Graph showing the number of survivors in different age groups for a particular species.
Species that migrate into an ecosystem or are deliberately or accidentally introduced into an ecosystem by humans.
Breakup of a habitat into smaller pieces, usually as a result of human activities.
Physical properties of the troposphere of an area based on analysis of its weather records over a long period (average temperature and precipitation)
Particular chemical or form of energy that can adversely affect the health, survival, or activities of humans or other living organisms.
Undesirable change in the physical, chemical, or biological characteristics of air, water, soil, or food that can adversely affect the health, survival, or activities of humans or
System that uses solar collectors to capture energy from the sun and store it as heat for space heating and water heating. Liquid or air pumped through the collectors transfers the
Gas (such as methane) or liquid fuel (such as ethyl alcohol or biodiesel) made from plant material.
Production of two useful forms of energy, such as high–temperature heat or steam and electricity, from the same fuel source.
Percentage of the total energy input that does useful work and is not converted into low–quality, generally useless heat in an energy conversion system or process
Heat transferred from the earth’s underground concentrations of dry steam (steam with no water droplets), wet steam (a mixture of steam and water droplets), or hot water trapped
Structure in which the energy of falling or flowing water spins a turbine generator to produce electricity.
Total amount of material needed to produce each unit of goods or services.
Systems of small–scale decentralized units that generate 1–10,000 kilowatts of electricity. Examples include microturbines, fuel cells, wind turbines, and household solar–cel
Device that converts radiant (solar) energy directly into electrical energy. Also called a solar cell.

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