Ppt on producers consumers and decomposers for kids

The Benefits and Consequences of Dependency on Non-Renewable Energy Yvonne Alley, Colleen Simpson, Jessica Truett.

skills for using and understanding conventional and current tools, materials and processes. The student develops the essential technology skills for using and understanding conventional and current tools, materials and processes/and dirty water SC.7.L.12.1 Explain and illustrate the roles of and relationships among producers, consumers, and decomposers in the process of energy transfer in a food web. SC.7.L.12.1 Explain and illustrate the roles of and relationships among producers, consumers, and decomposers/


Evidence that I am here- Part I! Ms. Gorney’s Biology EOC Review PART I PRINT OUT THIS SLIDE AND GIVE IT TO MS. GORNEY FOR EXTRA CREDIT! Name ____________________.

= links all food chains together in an ecosystem Trophic Levels – Producers – get energy from sun & use some for own metabolism – Primary Consumers – get 10% of original energy from producers and use some for own metabolism – Secondary Consumers – get 10% of energy from primary consumers and use some for own metabolism – Tertiary Consumers – get 10% of energy from secondary consumers and use some for own metabolism Ecological Pyramids Populations – Population Growth If birth rate is/


Symbiosis Producers Teacher’s Choice Transfer of Energy.

and other small animals on the ground. That means the egret doesnt have to look far for a meal. This type of symbiosis is commensalism. Therefore, what can you infer about the hippos or rhinos role in the relationship? Answer Column 1-500 The hippo or rhino would be unaffected! Question Column 2-100 Plants are classified as… a.Consumers b.Producers c.Decomposers/is home to many species of birds, turtles, frogs and algae. A group of kids decide that it would be fun to introduce a new species of frog to/


Drum Roll Please Desert Diggas PowerPoint By: Max Hochkammer, Javi Turner, John Locker, and Owen Richardson.

Consumer (At the top and feed on other carnivores) Secondary consumers Primary Consumers Producers & Decomposers Food Chains Decomposers The groups of fungi, bacteria, insect, and other “scavengers” that take In and break down dead things making them usable again. They decompose things like dead animals and/basinandrangewatch.org/Stateline.html http://hubpages.com/hub/What-is-a-Food-Chain-For-Kids#slide6617429 http://theamazingradicalsaharadersert.weebly.com/food-web-interaction-with- explanation.html http/


Drum Roll Please Desert Diggas PowerPoint By: Max Hochkammer, Javi Turner, John Locker, and Owen Richardson.

Consumer (At the top and feed on other carnivores) Secondary consumers Primary Consumers Producers & Decomposers Food Chains Decomposers The groups of fungi, bacteria, insect, and other “scavengers” that take In and break down dead things making them usable again. They decompose things like dead animals and dead/://hubpages.com/hub/What-is-a-Food-Chain-For-Kids#slide6617429 http://theamazingradicalsaharadersert.weebly.com/food-web-interaction-with- explanation.html http://desertbiomes.weebly.com/animal-life-in/


Habitat and Lifestyle Unit A: Topic 2. Interdependence Each species relies on many other species in its environment No species can survive by itself Example:

 many are photosynthetic organisms, which grow using energy from the Sun  plants  algae Consumers Herbivores  eat producers  may be prey to other animals  cows  deer  snowshoe hare  grasshoppers Omnivores  eat consumers and producers  raccoons  bears Carnivores  eat only other consumers  dragonflies  hawks  lynx Decomposers  break down dead organisms and organic material  release nutrients, which are used by other organisms  certain bacteria  fungi Broad Niches Broad niches – Organisms/


Please place the states on the map. When the map is completed, take a screenshot of the page and put in your Website Bingo Journal. Record your time. Earn.

Then sort into beneficial and harmful microorganisms. Write that chart in your journal. Life Cycle Movie & Games Producers/Consumers/ Decomposers Game Label the plants, animals and fungi as producers, consumers or decomposers. Play until you get 100%. Take a screen shot for your journal. Build / journal what happens when you take the frog out of the food chain. http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/sciencefor kids/life_cycle/movie.htm Watch the life cycle movie, then play the three games. Write the life cycle of/


Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave. Read the Prologue on Pg. 506 Complete Brainstorming questions 1 and 2.

earth using information from the equations, information you know about plants and animals and information that you know about burning of fossil fuels. Ecological Concept Map Use arrows and linking words to construct a concept map of the following terms Biotic factors environment Habitat community Abiotic factors niche Food chain population Producer consumer Decomposer food web Photosynthesis trophic level Energy flow Population Pressures Read the Prologue/


Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave. Read the Prologue on Pg. 506 Complete Brainstorming questions 1 and 2.

earth using information from the equations, information you know about plants and animals and information that you know about burning of fossil fuels. Ecological Concept Map Use arrows and linking words to construct a concept map of the following terms Biotic factors environment Habitat community Abiotic factors niche Food chain population Producer consumer Decomposer food web Photosynthesis trophic level Energy flow Population Pressures Read the Prologue/


Temperate Deciduous Forest

biome in many ways. Wind helps because it spreads pollen, fertilizing plants which herbivores and omnivores eat. Water is non-living and animals depend on it for survival. They drink it in order to survive. Temperature is important because warm spring/The producer in the food chain is the oak tree. The primary consumers are the squirrel, bug, birds and the skunk. The secondary consumers are the Raccoon, frog, and the eagle. The consumers are the bear, fox, and the wolf. Decomposer An example of a decomposer /


By : Lauren, Darryl, Jackson, and Natalie. Lauren.

from predators and hide to wait for a time to attack. Gray wolves have this camouflage. The other adaptation is a thick fur coat. With a thick coat animals can survive through cold winters and long cold nights. The Blueberry Food Chain Producer : Blueberry Primary Consumer : Red Squirrel Secondary Consumer : Red Headed Woodpecker The Balsam Fir Food Chain Producer : Balsam Fir Primary Consumer : Moose Secondary Consumer : Northern Bat Decomposer : Honey/


PA Forestry By: Heather Cornell and Karen Ely-Anderson.

conditions that can affect the survival of populations and entire species S.5.B.3.1.1 Describe the roles of producers, consumers, and decomposers within a local ecosystem. S.5.B.3.2 Explain how renewable and nonrenewable resources provide for human needs. S.5.B.3.2.3/ the leaves? Was it easy or difficult to find different kinds of leaves? Show you tube video (Kid Song) Using iPads, have students take pictures and create a leaf collection of as many varieties of leaves as they can find Day 6 EQ – How/


Team 2 Nadia Santos Jeanine Fitzgerald Jeanette Adon ANIMALS AND PLANTS IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT What roles do plants and animals play in their environments?

answer questions based on what they have learned and discussed. The follow up activity will require the students to read a page from Kids Love Healthy Foods (Books to read with /producer, consumer decomposer. Students will identify the three main parts of a food chain and provide complete definitions for each, including the three different types of consumers Students will identify the three main parts of a food chain and provide complete definitions for each, including the three different types of consumers/


Matter cycles and energy dissipates through the biosphere and its component ecosystems. The concept of an ecosystem is used to explain energy flow and.

Decomposer: (or detritivore) an organism that breaks down complex organic molecules into simpler molecules. Energy Flow in Ecosystems  Ecosystems are all about energy and matter. As you will learn, energy flows and matter cycles.  Energy flow starts with the ultimate source of energy in our solar system – the Sun. From the Sun, energy flows through the producers and into the consumers/) to the next (offspring/kids). ○ Another way to say/ Jean Baptiste Lamarck  Argued for the idea of spontaneous generation:/


Grade 4 : Food Chain and Food Web By : Nicole M., Cindy O, & Maribel F. Blueberries.

for humans to get the energy they need to survive. Introduce the terms: Producer, Primary Consumer, Secondary Consumer, Tertiary Consumer, Decomposer, Prey, Predator, Food Chains and Food Web (show anchor charts). Ask the following questions and list answers on the board: Which students represented consumers? B) Which students represented producers? C) Which students represented decomposers/come to life and in action Let’s play !!! http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/content/animals/kids corner/games//


1. Hydrogen sulfide gas is released into the atmosphere › Volcanic eruptions and hot springs › Decay of sulfur-containing materials 2. Marine algae produce.

Produces fog and acid rain 6. Organisms use sulfur to make proteins 7. Plants take in sulfate salts from the soil 8. Organisms eat the plants taking in the sulfur and release it when they decompose/And this carries onto the consumers that eat herbivores because now these consumers/into lakes, rivers, and streams and lowers the pH of/for fishing and recreation  The SO2 in the air can cause harm to human health. › Respiratory diseases  Acid rain damages forests because it takes nutrients that are necessary for/


In the tradition of their founders, co-operative members believe in the ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others.

and we dont value what we waste. In nature there are producers, consumers, and decomposers, and waste is an undesirable entity only from the point of view of consumers since waste is food to a decomposer. We humans tend to act as consumers, but we need to think and plan/Multi-plex and we experienced more traffic for the art show than if it was held in a separate building. All the school kids attended, all library goers walked past it, anyone with Municipal business viewed it, everyone stopped and looked at /


History of Mountain State Forest Festival Originated in 1930 as an Elkins Homecoming celebration Dedicated to preserve and conserve WV’s natural resources.

in the MOUNTAINS’ http://www.kidzone.ws/magic KidZone Magic Tricks Science and Math Dinner Table Magic Magic Tricks for Kids  Cups & Balls  Cups & Balls  Pepper Prestidigitation  Pepper/for Video After viewing video complete the activity below: In five minutes write down as many ways as you can think of in which the pictured plants and animals interact with each other. Bacteria Alligator Pelican Marsh Grass Sunfish Zooplankton Phytoplankton What is a producer ? What is a consumer ? What is a decomposer/


16.1 Humans generate waste that other organisms cannot use In an ecological system, plant materials, nutrients, water and energy are inputs within the.

and energy are inputs within the environment. In human systems, inputs are similar but may contain materials manufactured by humans as well. – These inputs and materials are used to produce goods Outputs include anything not useful or consumed and/There is another diversion for waste to ovoid the landfill. – It is compost Compost- is organic matter that has decomposed under controlled conditions to produce an organic- rich material that enhances soil structure, cation exchange capacity and fertility. – it /


Photosynthesis 8-1 Energy and Life. Energy Who needs energy? Who needs energy? Why? Why? Where do plants get this energy? Where do plants get this energy?

b.heterotrophs. c.decomposers. d.consumers. END OF /kidding, it comes from the sun) Light (comes from within… just kidding, it comes from the sun) Photosynthesis Properties of Light Light can be: Reflected Transmitted Absorbed Which process is important for/and NADP +. uses water, ADP, and NADP +. produces oxygen, ATP, and NADPH. produces oxygen, ATP, and NADPH. ATP and NADPH (low energy compounds) provide the energy to build higher energy-containing sugars that are more stable and can be stored. ATP and/


The World Is Flat by Thomas L. Friedman. Christopher Columbus went to “India” and discovered America –The world is Round Thomas L. Friedman went to India.

America. What can be outsourced? Any activity where we can digitize and decompose the value chain, and move the work around, will get moved around. Value chain 01101 01000 00100 11010 01011 00100 01101 01000 11010 01011 What can be outsourced? Goods are traded, but services are consumed and produced in the same place. And you cannot export a haircut. But we are coming close to exporting/


Food Additives.

for use in producing, manufacturing, packing, processing, preparing , treating, packaging, transporting, or holding food; Introduction and in including any source of radiation intended for such use) Except that such a term does not include pesticides, colour, additives and substances for/ because they decompose through oxidation The rate of oxidation is increased at low pH, by increased temp, and by light exposure Sorbic Acid Sorbic acid and other sorbates are effective against yeasts and molds Sorbate /


Living organisms have the capacity to produce populations of infinite size, but environments and resources limit population size. Content Standard 4.3.

produce exponential growth. Before a population could reach its biotic potential, resources will give out and/some point in your life, do you want to have kids? What are your reasons? Human population growth is NOT/It is estimated that humanity is currently consuming earths resources 20% faster than they can/by the ecosystem. Biodegradable Pollutants cannot be decomposed by microorganisms. Non-biodegradable Pollutants These pollutants/crude oil - Americas entire gas consumption for one day. It costs MORE to use/


Matter and Energy Flow WCPSS/NC 8 th Science. Key Vocabulary Autotrophs: producers; organisms that produce complex organic compounds from simple inorganic.

and energy need for survival. When one organism is food for another, some of the energy in the first organism (the food) is transferred to the second organism (the consumer). The transfer of energy does not stop here! When organisms die, other organisms, decomposers/, and precipitation. Nitrogen Cycle: the transfer of nitrogen from the atmosphere to producers then to consumers; the nitrogen then moves back to the atmosphere or directly into producers again http://www.kidsgeo.com/geography-for-kids/0161/


Biology Resources Set 2: Answers for Structured Note-Taking.

replication, transcription and translation: Contrast RNA and DNA: What are the 3 parts of a nucleotide? GENETICSGENETICS Father of Genetics: Gregor Mendel Heredity: passing of traits from parents to kids Genetics: study /producers Heterotroph eat food for energy cannot make E Ex. animals Heterotrophs = consumers Types of heterotrophs 1.Herbivore: eats plants Ex. Deer, cows 2. Carnivore: eats meat Ex. lions 3. Omnivore: eats both Ex. Bear- berry, fish 4. Scavengers: eat dead stuff Ex. buzzards 5. Decomposers/


Integrating the Use of Technology and Foldable into the CSCOPE Science Curriculum (Grades 3-5) This session will demonstrate how to smoothly integrate.

Square 32 Energy Flow through Living Systems Producers: Organism that can produce its own food Consumers: Organism that cannot create its own food, eats producers or lower consumers. Herbivores and Carnivores. Decomposers: Organism that breaks down tissue Square 33/sciencebob.com/lab/webchainpics.html Atmosphere: http://www.kidsgeo.com/geography-for-kids/0048- temperature-effects-on-atmosphere.phphttp://www.kidsgeo.com/geography-for-kids/0048- temperature-effects-on-atmosphere.php Other pictures are from /


Bats By Andrew Gray, Hayden Shulenberger, and Joseph Cugliari.

fruit trees Food Web Sun Seaweed Frog Fish Bat Fruit Snake Owl Producer Consumer Producer Consumer Bug Consumer Bacteria Decomposer Adaptations The big thumb of a bat helps it take off. Echolocation helps the bat find bugs and fish. Extra skin on their hands acting as wings. It goes/ not as friendly as it looks. Dina Fine Maron. Science News for Kids Nov 19, 2008 pNA White fuzzy mold not as friendly as it looks. Dina Fine Maron. Science News for Kids Nov 19, 2008 pNA White fuzzy mold not as friendly as it/


Solid and Hazardous Waste. 2 Women and Waste are inseparable Women generate most of the kitchen wastes and dispose of waste from homes. Women bear the.

actually get recycled? What are the numbers? Will the consumer buy recycled goods? We Can Mix or Separate Household Solid Wastes for Recycling Materials-recovery facilities (MRFs) Source separation –Pay-as/and reduce waste “To prevent pollution and reduce waste” Everything is connected There is NO Away, ans in to throw away, for the wastes we produce Dilution is not always the solution to pollution Polluters and producers should pay for the wastes they produce Different categories of hazardous waste and/


Nutrition, Toxins and Health: Facts and Speculation

Wheat products are too refined Complex carbohydrates containing sugar and protein are decomposed into free amino acids Bread is partially digested before/Gliadin* Enzymatic treatment with transglutaminase Breaks down gluten to produce free glutamate "Deamidated gliadin is the product of acid /to obesity. http://thunderfeeds.com/reader/news/heavy-kids-at-risk-for-gallstones-medpage-today * K.C. Smith /of obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes for middle-aged adults who consumed at least one soft drink per /


1Nau: Univ of Alberta, 2004 Forward-Chaining Planning in Nondeterministic Domains Ugur Kuter and Dana Nau Department of Computer Science and Institute.

management (consumer software) u Plan storage and retrieval »(e.g., variant process planning) u Automatic schedule generation »(various OR and AI techniques) l For some/-Alberta) pay-driver task u Decompose tasks into subtasks u Handle constraints (e.g., taxi not good for long distances) u Resolve interactions (e./P runs in polynomial time and ND-P produces solutions of polynomial size l Then ND-P runs / A kid runs around and randomly opens/closes doors »Robot may need to re-open/


Benchmark and Cross Curricular Key __Red: ELA __ Blue: Math __ Green: Science __ Orange: Social Studies __ Purple: Related Arts __ Yellow: Benchmark Assessment.

Producers/Consumers Basics of Food Webs/Chains/Energy pyramids Do NOT go into symbiotic relationships ACTIVITY: Picture prompt to determine the abiotic/biotic factors observed. ACTIVITY: Foldable for producers and different types of consumers. ACTIVITY: “What’s for Dinner?” List all of the food eaten and/, producer, omnivore, carnivore, herbivore, competition, predation, biotic factors, abiotic factors, endangered, extinct, habitat, carrying capacity, limiting factors, commensalism, scavenger, decomposer, /


ANIMALS IN THE TAIGA by Nikki B. Abiotic And Biotic In the Taiga  There are lots of helpful biotic and abiotic in taiga that help various kinds of animals.

suck up the sap, mostly in evergreens  The AMERICAN ELK is a herbivore because it is known for eating dried grass, and a variety of greens Herbivore Animal Pictures Snowshoe Hare Yellow Bellied Sapsucker American Elk CARNIVOROUS ANIMALS  The/ Long Eared Owl LONG EARED OWL FOOD CHAIN: Rodents Seeds secondary consumer primary consumer producer Decomposers In The Taiga  There are many decomposers in the taiga such as fungi, bacteria, snow bug, and common soil bacteria.  The one I picked to talk about its/


Interactions in an Ecosystem. Ecosystem- Two Processes Separate and NOT EQUAL Energy Flow Nutrient Cycles.

used for life processes (heart beat, etc.), but most of the ENERGY is LOST as heat energy. All Animals and Plants eventually…DIE Energy flow After death, animals and plants get consumed by decomposers. Energy Flow Nutrients in the dead plants and animals/ nutrients from eating plants Carnivores get their nutrients from eating other animals Just Kidding!!! There are NO Killer Rabbits! All Animals and Plants eventually Die and are Decomposed Nutrients in the organism are returned to the soil, Or the Ocean Or/


Science 1206 Unit 1: Diversity in Ecosystems. Paradigms and Paradigm Shifts Paradigm - a belief held by society, based on general beliefs, such as morals,

rabbit The types of consumers are: 1. Herbivores – consumers that eat only plants. E.g. moose 2. Carnivores – consumers that eat other consumers. E.g. fox, owl, lion 3. Omnivore – consumers that eat both plants and animals. E.g. Humans & Bears ? 4. Saprophytes – Also called Decomposers. Organisms that break down detritus to get nutrients for their own use but also release nutrients back in soil for producers. Note: Detritus - Waste/


Research Process, Research Design

their perceptions of the actual situation (their experiences). Working Definition for Concept Decompose definition into components. Search for items that are measurable. Service Quality Construct: QUESTIONNAIRE DESIGN Service Quality Construct: Research has shown the service quality construct can be indirectly represented by the following measurable components: “ The service provider’s ability to . . . . “ communicate and listen to consumers; sincerely empathize with customers in interpreting their needs/


200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 400 500 100 Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Plants are Important.

… a.Consumers b.Producers c.Decomposers d.Scavengers Answer Column 2-100 a.Producers Question Column 2-200 During photosynthesis, plants take in… a.Carbon dioxide and oxygen b.Oxygen and sugar c.Sunlight and carbon dioxide d.Water and chlorophyll Answer Column 2-200 c. Sunlight and carbon dioxide Carbon dioxide Question Column 2-300 During photosynthesis, plants produce… a.Carbon dioxide and oxygen b.Oxygen and sugar c.Sunlight and carbon/


Cyber War, Cyber Terrorism and Cyber Espionage (v1.2)

McKinnons Quest for UFOs (I Kid You Not)/Decomposing A Web Site Defacement A web site defacement consist of four key elements: 1) A system with a vulnerability is identified and/ into spam zombies? -- consumer losses associated with spam scam/for the USSR. Reed stated that "The pipeline software that was to run the pumps, turbines, and values was programmed to go haywire, after a decent interval, to reset pump speeds and valve settings to produce pressures far beyond those acceptable to pipeline joints and/


Explain how chemical and physical processes cause carbon to cycle through the major earth reservoirs.

concentration to an area of low concentration  Respiration – the process by which cells gain energy from organic molecules which consumes oxygen and releases carbon dioxide  Photosynthesis – the process by which plants create glucose by combining carbon dioxide and water and utilizing the sun’s energy Basic Pathways for Movement of Carbon  Eruption of Gases / Volcanic Eruptions – release of gases from the earth’s crust  Burial/


ECOLOGY - What is ecology? - Go through the levels and concepts pertinent to each. Chapter 13.1, 13.2 and 14.1-14.4 in text.

taken, along with distance from line. www.mms.gov/omm/pacific/kids/Tidepool_Math/ph... www.osl.gc.ca/sl_monitore/en/stations.html How do we know how many there are? (/ and a lot of effort. www.blackwellpublishing.com/southwood/chapter... A community includes the interactions of multiple populations in one area. Producer Primary consumer (herbivore). Secondary consumer (carnivore). Tertiary consumer predators, prey. Omnivores Scavenger Decomposer Detritivore Where does the energy go? Details for /


by Caitlin Mahoney & Jessica Andrich

and green algae Benthic organisms: diatoms, bacteria Example of major producers: Marsh grass (Spartina) Salt grass Cordgrass Mangroves http://visindavefur.hi.is/myndir/phytoplankton_070305.jpg http://www.fws.gov/humboldtbay/photos/spartina3.jpg Consumers/plant dies and decays protozoa coats the marsh plant (detritus) and decompose it amphipod/the mixture of freshwater and seawater Estuaries are the habitat for 75% of Americas / http://water.epa.gov/learn/kids/estuaries/about_index.cfm http://oceanservice./


PowerLectures Instructor: The following PowerPoint is a lecture presentation integrated with all the text photos, figures, animations, and videos for the.

flows from the sun. Plants (“producers”) trap this energy by photosynthesis. Animals (“consumers”) feed on the stored energy in plants, using cellular respiration. Bacteria and fungi (“decomposers”) break down the biological molecules of other organisms in order to recycle raw materials. All organisms are part of webs that depend on one another for energy and raw materials. Flow of Energy and Cycling of Materials in the Biosphere/


Chapter 4: Biodiversity and Evolution

material within a Functional Diversity The biological and chemical processes such as energy flow and matter recycling needed for the survival of species, communities, and ecosystems. Ecological Diversity The variety of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems found in an area or on the earth. Solar energy Chemical nutrients (carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen, minerals) Heat Heat Heat Decomposers (bacteria, fungi) Producers (plants) Consumers (plant eaters, meat eaters) Heat Heat Figure/


Mrs. Salvi Agenda for March 12, 2015 Science 7: Objective: Worm Dissection Lab.

Lab Mrs. Salvi Agenda for March 12, 2015 Science 6: Objective: The student understands the role of producers, consumers and decomposers. Engage: Question of the Day? Where do you get energy and what do you need it for? (Formative assessment) Explore/. Explore: Earths plates animations Explain: Colliding, spreading and sliding plates. Elaborate: http://www.kidsgeo.com/geology-for- kids/0044-plate-boundaries.phphttp://www.kidsgeo.com/geology-for- kids/0044-plate-boundaries.php Evaluate: Sketch a picture of/


By: Ahmed Almadrahi 8B 3/18/15 Decomposers: they eat dead things animals and plants. Producers: organism that makes its own food. Scavangers: organism.

8B 3/18/15 Decomposers: they eat dead things animals and plants. Producers: organism that makes its own food. Scavangers: organism that food on dead animals. Consumers: organism that cats other organisms. Predators: animals that hunts other animals far food. Fretile: good for growing ; rich in nutrients. vocabulary An ecosystem is made up of all the living animals an d plants and the non-living matter/


The Benefits and Consequences of Dependency on Non-Renewable Energy Yvonne Alley, Colleen Simpson, Jessica Truett.

used to decrease the demand for non renewable energy consumption. Students in groups /and dirty water SC.7.L.12.1 Explain and illustrate the roles of and relationships among producers, consumers, and decomposers in the process of energy transfer in a food web. SC.7.L.12.1 Explain and illustrate the roles of and relationships among producers, consumers, and decomposers//Audio/Print, Combination, Simulated, Vicarious http://www.epa.gov/kids/game.htm Interactive Map Showing Where The Oil Has Traveled, /


Earth Systems and Patterns

from the sun. CARBON CYCLE Every living thing contains carbon. Importance: Photosynthesis – uses carbon dioxide and gives off oxygen (producers). Respiration – uses oxygen and gives off carbon dioxide (consumers). NITROGEN CYCLE Nitrogen is found in our atmosphere. It provides soil with nutrients. Plants and animals use nitrogen. When plants/animals decompose in/on the ground, nitrogen seeps in creating fertile soil. SPHERE RECAP Lithosphere - All processes/


Is there a ‘regulatory compact’ regarding gentailer asset values and revenues? If so, what does it say? Geoff Bertram Paper for IGPS Symposium on Proposals.

Department, or NZED) and have been fully depreciated and paid off. According to those promoting this criticism, there is no need to include any payment for the cost of capital in the price of electricity produced from these plants. 50/ competition the cost of energy for businesses will be lower and they will become more internationally competitive. That is the compulsion for this legislation. That is the need for urgency. This legislation will allow domestic consumers and our businesses to get cheaper power/


Slide 1 Municipal 1.5% Sewage sludge 1% Mining and oil and gas production 75% Industry 9.5% Agriculture 13% Figure 15-2 Page 348 CHAPTER 15: SOLID AND.

FISH. CAUSES BRAIN DAMAGE, ESPECIALLY TO KIDS. CHLORINE IS FOUND IN 11,000 ORGANIC COMPOUNDS AND ACCUMULATE IN FAT. USED IN PLASTICS (PVC), SOLVENTS FOR PAPER AND PULP BLEACHING, WATER PURIFICATION (OZONE IS A SUBSTITUTE) AND INDUSTRIAL USES. DIOXINS ARE 75 CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON COMPOUNDS THAT ARE BY-PRODUCTS IN HIGH-TERMPERATURE REACTIONS OF CHLORINE AND HYDROCARBONS. PRODUCED WITH INCINERATION OF MUNICIPAL AND MEDICAL WASTE. –HUMAN CARCINOGEN –DISRUPT REPRODUCTIVE/


The Science of Classifying Organisms

PROYECTO AGUA **/** WATER PROJECT Catch-all group for eukaryotes which don’t fit into other categories Kingdom Fungae Eukaryotic (have a nucleus) Multicellular (most) Heterotrophic (mainly decomposers) Cell walls have chitin Lack motility Photos by nutmeg66 Kingdom Animalia Eukaryotic (have a nucleus) Multicellular Photo by Tambako the Jaguar Eukaryotic (have a nucleus) Multicellular Heterotrophic (must consume food) Motile (some only in certain stages/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Forest Ecosystems And Forest Resources Forest Loss & Forest Management AP Environmental Science Mr. Grant Lesson 65.

and store carbon -The world’s forests store 280 billion metric tons of C Cutting forests worsens climate change -Dead plants decompose and/and aiming to improve methods through time -Monitoring results and adjusting methods as needed -Time-consuming and complicated, but effective The 1994 Northwest Forest Plan resolved disputes between loggers and/stirs controversy For over 100 years, the Forest Service suppressed all fires -But many ecosystems depend on fires -Excess vegetation produces kindling for future /


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