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Topic G Ecology & conservation G2 Ecosystems & biomes
Objectives Ecological production & energy flow Biomes Successions
Biomass Organic mass / area of habitat
Energy pyramid Compares energy turnover kJ/m 2 /yr
Biomes & biosphere
Temperate deciduous forest
Grassland Moderate, seasonal rainfall Perpetual sunshine with hot or cold temperatures
Climograph Rainfall Temperature
Ecological succession Biomes are not static Replacement of one vegetation type with another Usually initiated by disturbance
Primary vs. secondary succession
Primary succession Species diversity Time Primary production
Summary Ecological production & energy flow Biomes Successions
Chapter 18 G.2 Objectives Ecosystems and Biomass.
Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems Chapter 3. Limiting Factors Any abiotic or biotic actor that restricts the numbers, reproduction, or distribution.
How is everything on our planet interconnected?. Layers of Our Planet Geosphere: solid part of earth that consists of soil, rock and sediments. Atmosphere:
APES UNIT 04 Energy, Succession & Biomes. Chapter 8 Biomes.
ECOLOGY The study of interactions of organisms and their environment.
Biomes of the World 5.1. What is a Biome? -The earth has many ecosystems -Scientists group ecosystems into larger areas called Biomes -There are two main.
“Land Biomes of the World” Mrs. Hartge’s Science Class.
An ecosystem is a complete community of biotic and its abiotic environment. An ecosystem can be as large as the Sahara Desert or as small as a puddle.
Biology 3A – Ecosystems – background. Terminology Pyramids Food chains Food webs Field work Sustainability Diversity Flexibility Matter cycles Energy.
G2: Ecosystems & Biomes (4 hours). G.2.1 Define gross production Total amount of energy trapped in organic matter produced by plants per area per time.
The Biomes of Earth Whats a Biome? Biome - Major types of ecosystems on land (not in the oceans) Similar biomes can exist in many places, but the.
Communities & Biomes Biotic & Abiotic Factors Biotic = Living organisms Abiotic = Nonliving Soil,Air,Water Substrate.
Objective: Students will describe biotic and abiotic parts of an ecosystem in which organisms interact; and compare these interactions terrestrial ecosystems.
Topic 2: The ecosystem How does the role of instrumentation circumvent the limitations of perception? Can environmental investigations and measurements.
World Biomes On earth, natural environments are organized into broad climatic zones called biomes.
How are species on our planet connected?. Layers of our Planet Geosphere: solid part of earth that consists of soil, rock and sediments. Geosphere: solid.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu UNIT ONE: General Ecology and Population Part 1: Content Food Chains,
OPTION G Ecology and conservation. G Define gross production, net production and biomass Biomass- total dry mass or organic matter in organisms.
Interactions in Ecosystems Mrs. Campogni Vocabulary EcosystemHabitat CommunityPopulation NicheEnergy pyramid Cycle.
Ecology Unit Modified by Beth Roland Jacobs Fork Middle School.
CHAPTER 3 Communities and Biomes You will identify factors that limit the existence of species to certain areas. You will describe how and why different.
Climate and Terrestrial Biodiversity Chapter 7. Core Case Study: Connections between Wind, Climate, and Biomes Wind Indirect form of solar energy Circulates.
TAGIA, TUNDRA, DECIDUOUS FOREST, TROPICAL RAINFOREST, DESSERT, AND GRASSLANDS Biomes By Kristen Alikakos.
Chapter 4: Ecosystems & Communities. Section 4.1 – The Role of Climate In Earths atmosphere, temperature, precipitation, and other environmental factors.
Biomes. What is a Biome? Biome- A geographical area that is characterized by the climate, plants, and animals of that area.
Chapter 3 Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems. Section 1 vocabulary (6): 1.community, 2.limiting factor, 3.ecological succession, 4.primary succession,
36.1 Feeding relationships determine the path of energy and chemicals in the ecosystem.
By: Ms. McCallumore Ch. 3.1Ch. 4.1PopulationMISC. $100100$100100$100 $200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300 $400400$400400$400 $500500$500500$500.
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Take Practice Test: On a separate sheet of paper write down numbers through 40. Indicate which ones you got correct with + or -. Use the.
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