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Distinguish between abiotic and biotic factors in an ecosystem and describe how matter and energy move between these.
Students will demonstrate an understanding that the Earth is one interconnected system.
Describe how the abiotic components (water, air, and energy) affect the biosphere.
Characterize the components that define a Biome.
Abiotic– to include precipitation, temperature and soils. Biotic– plant and animal adaptations that create success in that biome.
Students will understand and describe availability, allocation and conservation of energy and other resources
Differentiate between renewable and nonrenewable resources including how different resources are produced, rates of use, renewal rates, and limitations of sources.
Distinguish between natural and produced resources.
Can humans truly improve upon an ecosystem by “tinkering” with biotic or abiotic components within an ecosystem?
Which are more important in an ecosystem-- biotic or abiotic components?
K W H L What do we know? What do we want to know? How can we find out? What did we learn?
What is Ecology?.
Chapter 14.1 Biotic and Abiotic Factors of an Ecosystem
Components of an Ecosystem Notes
The study of the interactions among organisms and their environment. Ecologists are scientists who study these relationships. Two groups of environmental.
Ecology Class Notes 2. I. What is Ecology? A. Ecology is the way organisms (living things) interact with their environments (surroundings). B. The.
Ecology Branch of Science-studies living organisms, their interactions with each other and with their environments-interdependence of life.
Biotic and Abiotic Factors SC.912.L What is an ecosystem? The biosphere is the part of the Earth that contains all the living things on the planet.
Notes: Biotic & Abiotic Factors. A. Ecology The study of interactions between organisms and their environment.
Parts of the Ecosystem.
Ecology Chapter 2 Section 1 pp What is Ecology Ecology is the study of the interactions between organisms (living things) and the environment.
LO: SWBAT define what ecology is DN: What is the environment? Describe the environment you are in right now. HW: Regents Review Book (red) evolution.
With a partner, examine the images to the right
1. The study of interactions that take place between organisms and their environment. It explains how living organisms affect each other and the world.
Ecosystems. Habitat Specific environment where an organism lives.
1 Ecology Introduction. 2 What is Ecology? “eco” means “house” (greek) Ecology is the study of interactions that take place between organisms and their.
Characteristics of Living Organisms Obj: Compare and Contrast Biotic and Abiotic factors of an ecosystem Obj: Define the eight characteristics of life.
Ecology The study of the interactions between organisms and the living and nonliving components of their environment. An Ecologist is a scientist who.
Environmental Science Chapter th Grade. Ecology: Study of the interactions of organisms with one another and with their environment. Two Groups:
SEV1. Students will investigate the flow of energy and cycling of matter within an ecosystem and relate these phenomena to human society.
Aim: How is ecology the study of the environment?
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