Environmental Science

What is Environment Science?

Environmental Science

  1. Environmental science is the study of the effects of natural and unnatural processes, and of interactions of the physical components of the planet on the environment. (EnvironmentalScience.com).

 

 

Our Related Definition:

"Ocean Conservancy Day

  • This is not YET a real awareness day, but is very important, as more than 90% of Earth’s water is found in the form of salt water in the oceans.

  • The oceans cover more than 70% of the Earth’s surface.

  • We know more about all of outer space than we do about our own oceans.

  • The deepest part of all the oceans, the Marianna Trench, is 5 Empire State Buildings (more than a mile) deeper than Mount Everest is tall.

  • We’re almost constantly discovering new species living in the depths of our oceans.

  • The algae (including almost all forms of sea weed) in the oceans provide approximately 70% of the Oxygen on Earth.

  • The oceans provide a steady climate on Earth.

  • There are many, many more reasons!!!" (Nikki Arm - Girls Love STEAM).​

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