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Habitat Research Notes Scientist:______________________Date___________ Habitat :________________________________
Source: Where in the world is this habitat located?
What is the climate of this habitat? Source:
Identify three (3) plant species that exist in this habitat. Tell the characteristics that allow them to survive here. Source: 1.
Identify three (3) animal species that exist in this habitat. Tell the characteristics that allow them to survive here. 1. Source:
Select one animal from this habitat and design a food chain that includes this animal. You must identify at least two (2) other members in the food chain. Source:
Why should people care about what happens to this biome? How does this biome affect people? Source:
What impact have people had on this biome? Source:
What else do scientists need to know about this habitat?
Endangered Animals Type your name Type date of completion.
Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s. Another Presentation © All rights Reserved
Group 1 – Plants of the Habitat What plants live in the ________________ environment? Each of you name 1 or 2 plants and draw pictures of the plants 1._.
Animal Vocabulary List words here.. Report Title Your Name This presentation has been prepared under fair use exemption of the U.S. Copyright Law and.
(Name of biome) Your names Per ____ (Date). 1. Pictures of (name of biome) Add at least 4 pictures of your biome use several slides if needed.
INTRODUCTION-1 TITLE PAGE General information. HABITAT-2 What is this organism’s habitat? Where is it located geographically? In what “Biome” can this.
Name of biome Your names. Pictures of ______ Location of ________ Add map showing location of biome worldwide.
What is Ecology?. Ecology is the study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and with their environment.
What is an ecosystem? Chapter 5 Lesson 1. Living and Nonliving Parts Ecosystem- all the living and nonliving things in the area Ecosystem- all the living.
4-2: What Shapes an Ecosystem? Biology 1. Ecology tell you where an organism lives Ecology also tells you about the climate What shapes the ecosystem.
Adaptation Any characteristic (structure or behavior) that helps a plant or animal survive.
Biomes How do biomes affect life forms?. Biomes:
Slide 1 Your biome name with a picture and an Earth map showing the locations of your biome.
Living Earth Populations Interactions w/in Communities Abiotic Factors Energy Flow Biomes.
September 23, SITY BIODIVERSITY The number of different species of plants and animals in an area.
What is ecology? Agenda for Monday Jan 4 th 1.Go over test 2.Ecology Notes 3.Poster.
BIOME NAME Name: Go to mrwimbley.com Under the online resources, click on Science resources. Download the Biome Powerpoint document. Create a Powerpoint.
Native Plants and Animals: Introduction to Habitats.
Title Include name of your biome Be creative Group Members’ Names.
FLYFUR Name:Noah!!!!!!!!!!!! Habitat of Your Animal Location-Arctic, Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian covering 3 Quarters of the earth!!!!!! Characteristics-
ANIMAL GEOGRAPHY Please open RB to page 8. Add additional notes as needed throughout discussion. Remember that active (verbal and nonverbal) participation.
Biome PowerPoint Mr. Scott. Purpose You are going to practice your research skills by using the internet and creating an original PowerPoint presentation.
Insert a picture of your ecosystem and record the description with a microphone.
The study of the interactions among organisms and their environment. Ecologists are scientists who study these relationships. Two groups of environmental.
Lets look at the World’s biomes! LO: To understand what a biome is. To describe the different biomes.
Ecological Niche By: Sumaiyah Awad Problem: The Effect of Climate Change on Ecological Niches. Teacher: Br. Nassry Grade : 9 th grade one Date- April.27,2012.
SEPTEMBER 19, 2013 List as many limiting factors that you can think of. Remember your Yoo Hoo Caribou graph is due tomorrow. Short TEST tomorrow over biotic.
What Happens if…?. We need to know the impact on the food chains: Example: What happens if we cut down the trees? 1._____________ 2._____________ 3._____________.
What are Food Chains and Food Webs?. Food Chains Living things need one another to survive. A food chain shows the order in which animals eat plants and.
Ko te Toi Potapotae Objectives of the Unit At the end of the unit I should be able to… Objectives of the Unit At the end of the unit I should be able to…
Food Chains and Webs Vocabulary. Draw a line to match the terms with their definition. Food web Organism Food chain Ecosystem Biome Ecosystems that have.
Sponge Write a paragraph about what you need in order to survive.
1 Image Search/Thinking Look up a picture of the food chain. Based on the image, what role does the sun play in it? 2 Web Search Why is the sun.
Interactions among Living Things. Populations There is a limit to the number of organisms (population) that an ecosystem can support based on different.
BIODIVERSITY Term first used in 1988 by Edward O. Wilson Bio= life Diversity= difference or variety Biodiversity= variety of life.
Invasive Species MYP Unit Design the Ultimate Invader.
+ Environment of a Habitat. + What is a habitat? A habitat is a place where an organism lives. We call it home. There is food, water and air in a habitat.
Tundra Khalid Ali Period 7 (White 3) Climate The yearly temperature range of the Tundra is -12°C to 34°C.
BIODIVERSITY AWARENESS SURVEY 2 ND & 3 RD CLASS. 1. Have you heard of “Biodiversity”?
Classification What makes something alive?. What do living things need to survive? Oxygen Oxygen Water Water Food Food Shelter Shelter Climate Climate.
Slide Contents for Biome Power Point Project. Slide 1 Title Page Group names Name of Biome 2 pictures of biome.
Ecology The study of the interactions between organisms and the living and nonliving components of their environment. An Ecologist is a scientist who.
Kido Associates: JuliaOliviaKaylynnEvelin Presented to Mrs. Kido April 2012 Savannah.
© Boardworks Ltd of 24 KS4 Biology Competition.
Ch. 2: Interactions Within Ecosystems GROUPS OF LIVING THINGS INTERACT WITHIN ECOSYSTEMS ORGANISMS CAN INTERACT IN DIFFERENT WAYS ECOSYSTEMS ARE ALWAYS.
By Anna and Urara. A food chain is a line of animals that depend on the different species to eat. If a species dies, it effects another animal that.
What is deforestation? Deforestation is the removal of trees in forests around the world Many reasons for deforestation More room for agriculture Logging.
Ecology Study of organisms and their interaction with each other and the environment.
Biome Presentations On the next three slides replace any directions written in italics with your own information. Each group member should be in charge.
Warm Up 3/2 Write the question and correct answer. You do NOT need to draw the picture. The image above shows that A.Biotic factors do not differ in various.
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