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The maximum population density that a habitat can support without experiencing long-term degradation is called

The maximum population density that a habitat can support without experiencing long-term degradation is called:

A) carrying capacity.

B) critical number.

C) replacement level.

D) population equilibrium.

E) population dynamic.
asked Aug 9, 2012 by anonymous

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Carrying Capacity
answered Aug 14, 2012 by anonymous

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