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Description and Climate Lakes and ponds are bodies of fresh water They are surrounded by land Ponds are more shallow than lakes The bottom of a lake is wet and quiet
Lakes and Ponds features The type of plants that live in a ecosystem Algea Aquatic Flowers Floating Plants Grasses
Animals that live in a lake or pond Animals that live in a pond or lake Pikes Turtles Bass’s Mosquito fish’s
It all starts with the sun., then the sun helps the corn gets energy and grows, and the corn rabbit eats the corn and the hawk eats the rabbit, SUN
Lakes and Ponds cover over 2 percent of the worlds lands surface Lakes and ponds need light and temperate
Aquatic Ecosystems Marshes, Ponds, and Swamps 3.6.
Terrestrial vs. Aquatic. What are terrestrial ecosystems? Land-based ecosystems include forests and grasslands.
Aquatic Ecosystems Notes Brooke Ard 5 th Grade Math/Science Griggs Road Elementary.
Biotic vs. Abiotic Review. Journal: Thinks of a pond ecosystem. List the biotic factors you would find on the left and the abiotic factors on the right.
Ecosystems 5.L.2 Understand the interdependence of plants and animals with their ecosystems. 5.L.2.1Compare the characteristics of several common ecosystems,
From Deserts to Rainforests. Biome: a large group of ecosystems (SPCEB) that share a climax community All biomes are not the same Tundra, tropical.
WHAT ARE ECOSYSTEMS?. Where Things Live Living things need a place to live and grow. Living things need a place to live and grow.
We are learning about the pond. Ponds usually have four seasons. Sometimes they are hot or cold. Ponds are small bodies of fresh water.
Marine Freshwater Estuary Swamps and Marshes Ocean Zones.
Water Plants By Ian Michael Pettigrew. Table of Contents Questions About Water Plants………………1 Types of Water Plants……………………….2 Providing Food and Shelter………………….3.
ECOSYSTEM SNAPSHOT: FRESH WATER HABITATS. FEATURED POPULATION: AMERICAN TOAD.
Wetlands and Water Quality Josh 10/11/07. Wetlands and why they are important. One reason wetlands are important is because they support many different.
Lesson 42 Aquatic Ecosystem: Lakes and Ponds. As geographers study the many ecosystems around the world, many similarities or patterns become evident.
Aquatic Ecosystems. Aquatic = water Ecosystem = environment Water – based Ecosystems Freshwater ecosystem Marine (or saltwater) ecosystem.
Presented By: Rileigh. Amphibians are cold-blooded. Amphibians are vertebrates, meaning they have a spine. Amphibians can live on land and in the water.
WHAT ARE ECOSYSTEMS?. Main Idea and Details Living things need a place to live and grow. Fish live in water. Birds live in trees and fly in the air. Plants.
1. ecosystem- All of the living and nonliving things that interact in an area.
Ecosystems. Freshwater Ecosystems ponds, lakes, rivers lakes – large areas rivers – moving water across land, mountains.
Growing Up By Christa Joy. Plants are an important part of saltwater and freshwater life.
Succession: change in species within an ecosystem as the conditions of the ecosystem change.
Lakes & Ponds Mrs. Wisher write everything in yellow.
Lakes & Ponds Mrs. Wisher. Ponds Ponds are more shallow Sunlight reaches the bottom of ponds Ponds have muddy bottoms that support plant growth Some ponds.
Affect the growth and behavior of living things.
Aquatic Plants Algae Cattail Water Lily Bladderworts Rush.
Food Chains & Food Web By: Cammie’s Corner. All living things need food for energy. You have read that the energy for all living things comes from the.
Freshwater Biome Research By Zach Wooten. Freshwater Geography & Climate Location: Florida Amazon river and lakes in Russia Description: small body of.
Investigation 2 Part 2 The Pond. Introduction After we read this story we will discuss: 1, What are some of the plants and animals that live in the pond.
HABITAT. Habitat River Wetland Sediment Pollution Organism Population Community Ecosystem Native Invasive.
Ponds By Seth,Grant,and Ray. Quick Facts A Pond is smaller than a lake. Ponds support lots of wildlife. Ponds mostly have lots of Algae Ponds are aquatic.
By: Essence V. and Alexis J.. An area of land that is sometimes underwater or whose soil contains a great deal of moisture, is called wetlands An area.
Coral Reef The Coral Reef Is An Ecosystem. Like A Wetland. Although There Are Many Features On A Coral Reef, I Will Only Name The Major Ones Below.
Freshwater Ecosystems and Succession. Freshwater Ecosystems Two broad categories: – Stationary Water Lakes, Ponds, and Reservoirs – Running Water (Downhill)
BY: DREW FEHRMAN, EMILY GONZALES, SOPHIA ZAVALA, AND MELISSA SZERDI FRESHWATER BIOMES.
Science Chapter 4 & 5 Test. Reviewing Vocabulary Chapter 4 All of the living and non living things in an area is an ecosystem. In certain pond, fish,
Aquatic EcosystemsSection 1 Freshwater Ecosystems The types of organisms in an aquatic ecosystem are mainly determined by the water’s salinity. Freshwater.
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.
Life in Oceans and Ponds. What is an Ocean? Big body of salty water.
Chapter 6 Biomes. A large region characterized by a specific type of climate and certain types of plants and animal communities. Biome Why are biomes.
Unit 5 Fresh and Saltwater Systems Topic 5 Living in Water Read: Pages Remember to name and date your notes!
Aquatic Ecosystems. Freshwater Ecosystems Streams Rivers Ponds and lakes.
Rabbits By: Sharon G. Yanzi J.. Driving Question: Where do rabbits live? What does a rabbit eat and who will eat it?
SCIENCE PASS REVIEW FOOD CHAINS & ECOSYSTEMS Brooke Ard | 5 th Grade Math & Science | Griggs Road.
IV Grade, G.Science Prepared by Romana Mazhar 20/7/2011.
Biome Research By Joi Favors. Location Florida, Amazon river, lakes in Russia Description Small body of freshwater Soil type Sand,silky, and clay soils.
Biomes Chapter 6 & 7. The Role of Climate Climate- average, year-after-year conditions of temperature and precipitation in a particular region ________________________________.
Aquatic Plants. “aqua” means water. Therefore, aquatic means growing or living in water. An aquarium is a water environment. We have three kinds of plants.
Aquatic Succession The class has covered Terrestrial Succession-the natural changes occurring in ecosystems on land. There are ecosystems in water, also-coral.
Food Chains and Food Webs 3 rd Grade. Question 1 In this food chain, the arrows are used to show the flow of energy. The grasshopper gets its energy directly.
THE WATER CYCLE Water moves from the oceans to the atmosphere, from the atmosphere to the land, and from the land back to the oceans.
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