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Developed by the Endangered Species Coalition for the Endangered Species Day Curriculum
What do it Mean? Endangered Threatened Extinct
Endangered Species Act
Karner Blue Butterfly
A Global Issue
Invasive Species Kudzu Vine
Saving Endangered Species
Chapter 12: Sustaining biodiversity (species/extinction) Land and Water Use Unit.
Chapter 10- Biodiversity Section 1- What is Biodiversity?
Habitat Vocabulary. ecosystem All the living and nonliving things in a place.
Ch 10 Biodiversity. What Biodiversity Means Variety of organisms in a given area Variety of organisms in a given area Genetic variation within a population.
What is Biodiversity? Biodiversity refers to the number of different species in a given area. First we have to catalog all the species. Thus far the species.
The extinction of many species in a relatively short period of time is called a mass extinction. Earth has experienced several mass extinctions, each.
Laws & Regulations pertaining to Endangered Species in Wisconsin.
Can – or should we – prevent extinctions?. Unknown Number of Species on Earth 1.7 million are documented – mostly insects (about 1,000,000) and plants.
Green Pitcher Plants at Little River Canyon National Preserve.
Notes: Human Influences on Environment and Pollution (pg ) I. LOSS OF BIODIVERSITY –Biodiversity- is the variety of life in an area. This is a necessity.
Chapter 9 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.
Click on a lesson name to select. Chapter 5 Biodiversity and Conservation Section 1: Biodiversity Section 2: Threats to Biodiversity Section 3: Conserving.
THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT Draft Year: 1973 Amendment Years: 1982, 1985, 1988 National (in conjunction with International Treaties) Regulated by the ESA.
Fish and Wildlife in America. Renewable resources usually taken for granted we have developed an attitude that there will always be more Animals fall.
Biomes. What is a Biome? Biomes are large regions characterized by a specific type of climate and certain types of plant and animal communities. –Each.
Whats this? And how to describe it? enormous, gray.
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora Draft Year: 1973 Amendment Years: None Category: International.
Who’s Vocalizing in the Big Cypress National Preserve? Sound Game.
Georgia's Mountains By: Jenna Humphries. Mountains The Mountains are a very cool place to visit. They also have a lot of animals to see. Mountains tend.
Chapter 10 Biodiversity Remember to write the slides that show the clipboard symbol. Examples written in italics do not need to be written down. We will.
Classifying Resources Renewable Resources – can regenerate if they are alive, or can be replenished by biochemical cycles if they are nonliving Example:
3.3 Threats to Biodiversity (Pages ) Homework: Page 109 # 1, 2, 4 Key Concepts: (Page 109)
Threats to biodiversity (i) Overexploitation. Suggested learning outcomes for content delivered in this sub-section Describe the exploitation and recovery.
Kenai Fjord National Park By Riley. Location It is located in south Alaska near Seward. Kenai Fjord.
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1.A 2.B 3.C 4.D CDQ 1 A. A lot B. Some C. A little D. Not at all Principles of Ecology How much have I studied?
An endangered species is one that is getting close to extinction.
Animal Report By Evelyn. Polar Bear Table of Contents Introduction …………………………………p.3 What Do Look Like?………p.4 What Do Eat? p.5 Where.
A Zoo Day. Today I am an observer at the zoo. An observer is someone who learns new things by watching what happens around them. A zoo is a place where.
Animals that we should protect By Holly and Louise.
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