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1.2 WHAT IS ENVIRONMENT?
1.3.2 Atmosphere
1.3.3 Hydrosphere
1.3.4 Lithosphere
1.4.1 Different Types of Biomes
1.4.2 Terrestrial Biomes
1.4.3 Aquatic Zones
1.6.1 Abiotic Components
1.6.2 Biotic Components
1.6.3 Trophic Levels \
1.6.4 Food Chain
1.6.5 Food Web
1.6.6 Bioaccumulation and Biomagnification
1.6.7 Pyramids
1.7.1 Flow of Energy in an Ecosystem
1.7.2 Laws of Thermodynamics
1.8.1 Types of Nutrient Cycles
1.8.2 aGaseous Cycles
1.8.3 Sedimentary Cycle
1.9 BIOTIC RELATIONS
1.10.2 Feedback Mechanism
1.10.3 Ecosystem Homeostasis
1.11 COMMUNITY AND ECOLOGICAL SUCCESSION
1.12.2 Population Histograms
1.12.3 Types of Histogram
1.12.5 Future of Human Population: Where Are We today?
1.13.1 Obligation to the Puture
1.13.2 Responsibilities and Duties of a Citizen
3.14 LET US SUM UP
3.15 FURTHER READING
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Why is Environment Important

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