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Christie SermonsCourtney WalkerHeather Bishop Tiersa O’NealAlicia Ruark Stephanie Butler
Suwannee RiverSatilla River St. Mary’s RiverOgeechee River Blackwater Rivers & Streams
Mountain Springs & Streams
Sag & Gum Ponds
Large Alluvial Rivers
Blackwater River Food Web
Lake food web
Cold Water Stream Food Web
Estuary Food Web
Sag & Gum Ponds Food Web
Savannah River Food Web
Suwannee Georgia Lakes & Rivers
Streams in Georgia
Sag & Gum Ponds in Georgia Newton Co Macon Albany - Thomasville Dooly Co
Alluvial Rivers in Georgia Savannah RiverAltamaha River
Aquatic Interesting Facts
What gives Blackwater Rivers their dark tea-like color? a.Nutrients b.Soil c.Tannins d.Vegetation
What is the largest lake in Georgia? a.Lake Oconee b.Lake Lanier c.Lake Placid d.Lake Tahoe
What is another name for a stream? a.Testis b.Mitochondria c.Sperm d.Brook/Creek
What is the term for water that is a mixture of fresh water and salt water? a.Brackish b.Saline c.Tap d.Spring
What organism is not present in a sag pond? a.Vegetation b.Amphibians c.Fish d.Birds
Name one of the two large alluvial rivers in Georgia.
a.Altamaha River b.Savannah River
Aquatic Ecosystems Determining factors: – Depth (limits amount of sunlight and distance to nutrients) – Flow (affects floating organisms and moves nutrients.
Aquatic Biomes Chapter 10 Section 1. An aquatic habitat is one in which the organisms live in or on water. Aquatic biomes and their ecosystems are scattered.
Georgia’s Waterways Chapter 2 Section 3: This Place We Call Home SS8G2 (a, b) ~waterways~
Wetlands Andrea Berry Shiawassee Conservation District.
Our habitat is the pond. A pond is a small area of still fresh water. Ponds are like small worlds. It smells very bad. It doesn't take up much space.
GA Performance Standards: SS2G1 The student will locate major topographical features of Georgia and will describe how these features define Georgia’s surface.
Five Geographic Regions Fall Line. Surrounding States.
Aquatic Biomes. Determined by Salt content Flow rate Size (sometimes) 2 major categories of aquatic biomes: Salt water system Freshwater.
Ecosystems. Freshwater Ecosystems ponds, lakes, rivers lakes – large areas rivers – moving water across land, mountains.
Ocean A large body of salt water that surrounds a continent.
Aquatic Ecosystems Lesson 4.4 M. ParkerBodega Head, Sonoma Coast.
Notes – Water Biomes A. Limiting Factors 1.Salinity (salt)
Chapter 10: Freshwater Biomes Freshwater is less than 3% of the Hydrosphere. 90% of the freshwater is locked beneath the Earth’s surface. Water is cycled.
Aquatic Ecosystems. Learning Objectives Discuss the factors that affect aquatic ecosystems. Identify the major categories of freshwater ecosystems.
Biomes. Biomes are regions in the world that have their own kind of climate, soil, plants, and animals.
Ecosystem Interactions. Ecosystem: Living and non- living things that interact in an environment.
Aquatic Biomes Freshwater Biome: rivers, streams, and lakes. - No salt.
FRESHWATER and ESTUARY BIOMES. Chapter 20 Stream and River Ecosystems The water in brooks, streams, and rivers flows from melting snow, rain or a spring.
Definition: A group of ecosystems that have the same climate and similar dominant communities.
Aquatic Ecosystems. Freshwater Ecosystems Streams Rivers Ponds and lakes.
Ch. 4-4 Aquatic Ecosystems. Nearly ¾ of Earth’s surface is covered with water. Abiotic factors that govern aquatic ecosystems include: – depth of water—determines.
Marine Biomes. 2 Types of Marine Biomes Freshwater –Rivers and Streams –Lakes and Ponds Saltwater –Ocean –Estuaries.
What are Biomes? Biomes are regions in the world that share similar plant structures, plant spacing, animals, climate and weather.
ECOSYSTEM SNAPSHOT: FRESH WATER HABITATS. FEATURED POPULATION: AMERICAN TOAD.
Aquatic Habitats Approx. 75% of Earth’s surface is water! This is the aquatic biome. Marine Habitats Saline (salt water) Oceans and Seas (35ppt.) Estuaries.
What do these abiotic factors have in common? What is different about them?
There are 7 water features on Earth OCEANS SEAS RIVERS LAKES STREAMS PONDS GLACIERS.
Water Biomes Biology Unit 14 Notes Water Biomes Water biomes are differentiated by several abiotic factors: Light Temperature Amount of salt.
Estuaries Justin, Shane & Jordan. What is an Estuary? An estuary is a coastal body of water that is partly enclosed. It has multiple streams, or rivers.
Topic 2 – Ecosystems. Bell Ringer: Ride the Waves The marine ecosystem that is exposed to regular and extreme changes in its surroundings is the intertidal.
Where is Water? Water covers 70% of the Earth’s surface 97% of water is found in ocean (or is salt water and not drinkable!) 2% of water is ice and snow.
Wet lands. Standing water ecosystem Lakes, ponds, puddles H2O circulates within themself Has O2 and nutrients.
-WATER ECOSYSTEMS -FRESHWATER, MARINE, ESTUARIES -ABIOTIC FACTORS: -LIGHT INTENSITY -OXYGEN LEVELS -CARBON DIOXIDE LEVELS -ORGANIC AND INORGANIC NUTRIENTS.
Slide 1 of 39 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall 4-4 Aquatic Ecosystems.
THE WATER CYCLE. WATER ON EARTH Water is important because: * Plants and animals need water to live. * Without water, there could be no rain or.
WARM UP Check answers in workbook, Chapter 11, Section 1.
End Show Slide 1 of 39 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall biology.
Freshwater 101. All water can be divided into … Saltwater vs. Freshwater Saltwater: Saltwater: Salinity is around 2.7% salt (NaCl) Freshwater 101:
Aquatic Ecosystems. 1.What are the aquatic ecosystems on Earth? 2. Freshwater 3. low concentrations of salt % of water on Earth 3. Rivers and Streams.
Temperature Water depth Flow Amount of dissolved nutrients.
Marine Freshwater Estuary Swamps and Marshes Ocean Zones.
Chapter 7 Aquatic Ecosystems Environmental Science Spring 2011.
Natural Sources of Water What is a “natural” source of water? Where on Earth do I find this water?
Ecology Ecosystems and Communities. Weather vs. Climate Weather is the condition of the Earth’s atmosphere at a particular time and place. Atmosphere.
Prepared by - Ms. Uttara Abhyankar Grade 5 - Biomes.
TEKS 7.12 (C) Describe how different environments support different varieties of organisms.
Biomes (Chapter 8, p262 ) A biome is one of Earth’s large ecosystems, with its own kind of climate, soil, plants, and animals.
Aquatic Biomes. Salt in Water Most of the salt in oceans is carried in by rivers.
Map Skills Stephanie Ogle Glynn County, GA Globes Globes are 3- dimensional models of the Earth (only smaller, of course!) Globes are too bulky and big.
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