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EnvSci JEOPARDY ecology successionspecies interactions valuescyclesbiomes
All the interacting organisms living in an area
occurs on a surface where an ecosystem previously existed
One individual captures, kills, and consumes another individual
Gain or loss of money or jobs
Part of the water cycle that brings water back to Earth
Cold temperatures, little precipiation, moss, caribou
The living components of the environment
First organisms to colonize a newly available area
A harmless species resembles a poisonous or distasteful species
Accumulation and use of knowledge
Only organisms that can use nitrogen gas directly from the atmosphere
Moderate temperatures, little precipitation, tall grasses, grazing animals
Ability to adjust tolerance to abiotic factors
Succession that occurs on surfaces where no ecosystem existed before
Results from niche overlapthe use of the same limited resource by two or more species
What is beautiful or pleasing
Process in which organisms incorporate CO 2 from the air into organic compounds
4 seasons, moderate precipitation, maple, deer
An organisms way of life
Mutualism that is involved in breaking down rock into soil
A cooperative relationship in which both species benefit
What is right or wrong
Two ways carbon is returned to the atmosphere
Warm temperatures, abundant rain, tall grasses, cheetahs
Species with very broad niches
Community that eventually forms if the land is left undisturbed
An interaction in which one species benefits and the other is not affected
Maintaining human communities and respecting their values
Most common form of nitrogen in the atmosphere
Cool temperatures, moderate precipitation, evergreens, moose
temperate deciduous forest
ethical / moral
1.respiration 2. combustion (burning)
social / cultural
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