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1 National geographic Typical person Human population growthPublic Service Announcement Example
2 Turn in Biosphere Squares at LAB STATION 1 Take out your SCIENCE JOURNALHave your PROBLEM SOLVING on your desk so we can check after our journal entry.
3 Explain the INTERDEPENDENCE found within an ecosystem. Entry /8Explain the INTERDEPENDENCE found within an ecosystem.When explaining your answer be sure to include the carbon cycle, energy transfer, and biotic relationships
4 Date EntryMythbusters Video:discoveryeducation.com Are cows causing global warming?Independent Variable?Dependent Variable?Background info: what do they tell us about methaneHow much methane does one cow produce?Why is methane bad for the environment?
5 Environmental Problems Warm-up Jan. 2 #68Human Populationvs.Environmental ProblemsAs best as you can determine the connectionbetween Human Population & EnvironmentalProblems.
6 Warm-up Feb. 8th Entry 12 Use the picture to write a definition and draw a picture to represent the word BIODIVERSITYSustainabilityWise use of earth’s resources to provide the best for people AND the environment both NOW and in the FUTUREBiodiversityVariation in the different species that live in an ecosystem. Depends largely upon the variation of plant life, which depends on the amount of precipitation.
7 More people Bubble Chart As a group make a bubble chart with ALL of the possible effects of a growing population will have on the environment and society as a wholeMORE people might mean….
8 Warm-up Feb. 8th Entry #12Use the words birth or death to fill in the blanksIn order for populations to INCREASE the ______ rate must exceed the _____ rate.When populations decrease the _____ rate exceeds the ____ rate.Which population is growing faster?How do you know?
9 Let’s think about this……… MORE people might mean….
11 Human Population Growth Too many people = environmental problems! What caused human population growth?Causes:Agricultural Revolution- more food to support more peopleIndustrial Revolution- improvements in technology, and medicine, increased birth rate and decreased death rateUrbanization – development of cities, economic and social development
13 Effects of Human Population Growth OvercrowdingIncrease in pollution- ALL environmental problems relate back to human overpopulation!Decrease of Natural Resources: More people require more resourcesIncrease land use
14 Solution:Zero Population Growth: birth rate = death rate; china offers tax incentives for having one child; education, birth controlConservation: wise and careful use of resourcesReduce: use less materialsReuse: use products more than onceRecycle: return products to be reprocessedSustainability – ensuring the availability of resources and a stable environment for future generations.
15 What’s in a Histogram? Ages, percent of males and females in the population What can a histogram reveal? An increasing, stable or decreasing population
16 Public Service Announcement Assignment Did you answer /address these questionsClear Introduction and important background information about the topicHow has the overpopulation of humans contributed to this environmental problem?What are the short-term effects for the environment/ecosystems if nothing is done to change human behavior? (locally and globally)What are the long-term effects for the environment/ecosystems if nothing is done to change human behavior? (locally and globally)What should people do to help stop this problem?Speak clearly and able to be easily understoodOBJECTIVE:You will create a “Call to Action” public service advertisement using iMovie to address the issues that increased human population size has had on a specific environmental problems in North Carolina and the world. This will be a SHORT video delivering the FACTS and the changes need to solve the problem.GUIDING QUESTION: What impact does human population size have on the environment?
17 Migration/Immigration Deforestation Public health Social security RESEARCH news articles and opinion pieces on human population trends and related environmental and social issues. See the topics below. Each person should sign up for ONE topic to research.Within your group there should be at LEAST ONE article summary related to global issues , one article summary related to a LOCAL issue.Cite your source on the index card. Write a summary (in YOUR OWN words) on your card explaining the MAIN ideas of the article. (How does overpopulation of humans relate to this environmental issue?) Tape or paste these cards onto your bubble chart.Air pollutionLand useClimate changeMigration/ImmigrationDeforestationPublic healthSocial securityEnergyWaste managementFood resources/HungerWater resourcesHousing and homelessnessEconomicsResource use/ConsumptionEndangered species
18 Warm-up Feb. 11th Entry #13 Global warming Ozone depletion too much CO2 in atmosphere increases average global temperature this could cause flooding, climate change, stronger storms, rising sea levelsOzone depletionCaused by CFC’s - (chlorofluorocarbons) destroy ozone layer – this increases UV radiation exposure – which increases skin cancer and crop damage; IS NOT RELATED TO GLOBAL WARMING!!!
20 Global Warming: unnatural warming of the Earth Cause: Excessive greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide CO2 and methane CH4) in the atmosphere trap heat, leading to an abnormal increase in earth’s surface temperatureCO2 comes from burning fossil fuelsCH4 from landfills and cow farts!
21 Effect: It’s like the earth has a fever Effect: It’s like the earth has a fever! Have you seen the movie “ The Day After Tomorrow”?increase in temperature (2-4 degrees Celsius), weather patterns will change worldwide, polar ice caps may melt, flooding coastal cities and contaminating drinking water with saltwater.
22 Ozone Depletion: Has nothing to do with global warming! Cause: CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons), once used as refrigerants and in aerosol cans destroy ozone molecules in the upper atmosphere leading to thinning or a holeUV radiation is NOT heat!!!!
23 Ozone depletion : Effects: Harmful UV radiation reaches earth causing increased numbers of sunburns, skin cancer, cataracts (leading to blindness), and crop damage.
25 Group Global Warming Activity Each group has a different topic describing one effect of global warming.In your folder you have:A copy of an article for each person to readEach person will answer the questions on a separate sheet of paper in complete sentences… in your OWN words.Each person will draw and complete the graphic organizer on their own paper.Each group will creatively display the information from their graphic organizer in the educreation app (take a picture of the graphic organizer and each person explains a portion)Each person is expected to speak/talk about their topic. Hi this is _________ and I am going to explain _______.**implications means consequencespassword is : students
26 Interpreting the graphic organizer Cause (what is the reason for the situation)Event (what is happening as a result of the cause)Effects (the result)Implications (consequences)Solutions (how can we fix this problem)
27 Ticket Out the Door1. What three events allowed for the fast growth of human population? 2. What type of curve does human population growth look like when graphed? 3. Is the Country pictured in the Histogram a stable or developing country? 4. What is the cause of Global Warming?
29 Warm-up Feb. 12th Entry #14Seven students argued about what they thought were the major human causes of global warming. Here is what each of them thought::Maria: acid rainNatalie: burning coalTessa: the fuel we use in our carsAnita: toxic chemicals in air pollutionRaul: the thinning of Earth’s ozone layerVan: the growing landfillsBlaine: the CFC’s from refrigeratorsWrite out the causes that you agree with. Explain why you agree.
30 Acid RainCause: emissions (sulfur and nitrous oxides from cars and factories react with oxygen and water)
32 Acid Rain: Effects: A lowered pH disrupts aquatic ecosystems, makes soil less fertile, harms plant life, and damages human property.
33 Water QualityCause: sediments, oil, fertilizers from land, illegal dumping, acid rain, raw sewage, heated water from power plantsEffect: Disease, habitat destruction
34 Group Global Warming Activity Each group has a different topic describing one effect of global warming.In your folder you have:A copy of an article for each person to readEach person will answer the questions on a separate sheet of paper in complete sentences… in your OWN words.Each person will draw and complete the graphic organizer on their own paper.Use an iPad to take a picture of a NEAT and filled out picture of the graphic organizer.Each group will PRESENT their information/findings to the class. This means EVERY person will EXPLAIN a part of the graphic organizer. This does not mean you will be READING what is on the picture but EXPLAINING based on information from the article.**implications means consequences
35 Biomagnification Warm-up Feb. 13th Entry #15 Pesticides and TOXIC CHEMICALS “move up the food chain”Chemical contaminants are stored (bioaccumulation)in the CELLS of living organisms (they do not get broken down.TOXIC CHEMICALS are magnified in organisms higher up the food chain because predators accumulate pesticides in the bodies of their prey.
36 Biomagnification Demonstration Small beakers represent ALGAEMedium beakers represent FISHLarge beakers represent EAGLEDraw a food chain and include arrows pointing to the consumersLabel the trophic levelsAs pesticides are passed from one to the next. Write down the NUMBER of pesticides in EACH organism
37 Let’s use PAC-Man for our example.. The dots represent pesticides (toxic chemicals) in the environmentWHO gets more? Pac-Man or Pinky?
39 Biodiversity Loss/ Habitat Destruction Causes:Deforestation: cutting down forests for wood, and farmingDraining/filling wetlandsBioaccumulation:Greatest accumulation in lower organisms in the food chainBiomagnificationMagnified greatest in organims higher in the food chainEndangerment/extinction: Endangered species are at risk of becoming extinct. Extinction refers to the loss of a particular species.
43 Ticket out the Door 1.What is biomagnification? 2. What is bioaccumulation?3. What organisms are most affected by biomagnification?
44 ADD BIOMAGNIFICATION (with a definition) to your bubble chart Station rotation:Read article summaries and take notesWatch video about global warming and take notesGo back to your original BUBBLE chart and ADD information in a DIFFERENT color or by STARRING the info so that I know it was added. You should add 5 NEW things to your chart .
45 Ticket Out the Door1.What three events allowed for the fast growth of human population?2. Use the histogram to determine if the population is increasing or decreasing. Explain how you know.3.Explain how Global warming and Ozone depletion are NOT related.How are they different??
46 Environmental Problems Warm-upEnvironmental ProblemsOverpopulation – cause of all environmental problemsGlobal warming – too much CO2 in atmosphere increases average global temperature ->flooding, climate changeOzone depletion – CFC’s destroy ozone layer -> increase UV radiation exposure -> increases cancer and crop damage
47 Warm-up Feb. 14th Entry #16 INVASIVE or INTRODUCED SPECIES A species that is not native (an alien) to an ecosystem and whose introduction is likely to cause economic, environmental or human harm.EXPLAIN WHY introducing a species to an environment could be detrimental to an ecosystem.
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