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Today's Topics: Common wildlife diseases Population Dynamics & activity Key points for habitat conservation Trophic Levels (chains and webs) Skull ID Wildlife Tracking & activity
Common Wildlife Diseases http://srd.alberta.ca/fishwildlife/WildlifeDiseas es/default.aspx http://srd.alberta.ca/fishwildlife/WildlifeDiseas es/documents/Introduction.pdf
Parelaphostrongylus tenuis (P. tenuis), Brain Worm
Mange (Sarcoptes scabiei)
Estimating Population Health
+ + + + = FoodWater ShelterSpace Critical Elements (of good habitat)
Pick List for Habitat Conservation
Trophic Levels & Energy Flow
Dental: I=3/3, C=1/1, P=4/4, M2/3
Given: 0/3, 0/1, 3/3, 3/3
Animal Tracking http://www.cwf-fcf.org/en/resources/online-articles/news/wildlife/animal-tracks.html
5.5cm 3.5cm No tail drag
20cm No claw marks
By Isaac Hernandez. ENERGY FLOW VIDEO video.htm.
Chapter 6 Ecosystems and Ecosystem Management. Basic Characteristics of Ecosystems Sustained life on Earth is a characteristic of ecosystems, not of individual.
Jesus z. Mrs. Posey BROWN BEAR. BROWN BEAR, URSUS ARCTOS.
Energy Pyramid Producers Primary Consumers Secondary Consumers Scavengers.
A producer is an organism that gets its energy from the sun. Example: sunflower plant.
FOOD CHAINS AND FOOD WEBS. Break down dead plants and animals Bacteria and fungi are two examples Reduces dead organisms to simpler forms of matter Returns.
Kelly Waples Marine Science Program DEC WAMSI Marine Wildlife Node Building capacity for marine wildlife research in WA.
Hungry Jungle. What happened to the animals? Forest species = 36Impacted species = 21.
Wildlife Learning Objectives Birds, Mammals, Amphibians and Reptiles Species Identification: Identify wildlife species common to NS and the.
Wildlife Diseases So What ?. Human Health Domestic Animal — Wildlife Connection Foot and Mouth Disease Rinderpest.
湘版高中美术鉴赏第三单元第 6 课 执教者：惠安荷山中学 余锡铭 “ 社会变革与美术作品的关系 ”
ECOLOGY (Ch ) 1 Species dispersal and distribution Why is species X absent from an area? Does dispersal limit its distribution? Does behavior.
Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife Pam Landry, MassWildlife Education Coordinator Photos by Bill.
Ecosystem Practice Answer the questions in your Energy Flow C-Notes. Add descriptions and diagrams if necessary.
Please get out objectives #14-16 if you didn’t get them stamped last class.
Energy Flow through Ecosystems. Qn What does the arrow show us?
Ecology The study of interactions of living things and their environments Abiotic factors – nonliving things in the environment Biotic factors – living.
Mrs. Salvi Agenda for March 12, 2015 Science 7: Objective: Worm Dissection Lab.
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