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Guided Reading Questions and Power Points
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Ch 50
Intro to Ecology and Biosphere

Ch 51
Behavioral Ecology

Ch 52
Population Ecology

Ch 53
Community Ecology

Ch 54
Ecosystems




















Ch 50 Collaboration

Ch 51 Collaboration

Ch 52 Collaboration

Ch 53 Collaboration

Ch 54 Collaboration

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Collaboration Teams - Members share responsibility for posting refined answers to the guided readings - succinct, relevant, clear, and with pictures or a video to compliment.
Blue
Purple
Green
Pink
Yellow
Orange
Red
Brian
Jordan
Illian
Stephanie
Laura
Sawyer
Zach
Adam
Mario
Martin
Shyane
Alyssa
Amanda
Steve
Corinne
Keely
Jared
Jim
Dan
Sean
Jackie
Emily
Kim
Additional Handouts:


Biomes of the World!
There are 13 Major biomes distributed among aquatic and terrestrial habitats. Below we'll create a world tour through Glogs!
Visit here for directions for How to use Glogster

Aquatic:


Lakes Zach and Laura
Streams and Rivers Kim
Intertidal Zones Corinne and Keely
Oceanic Pelagic Sawyer and Steph
Marine Benthic Zone Dan and Sean


Terrestrial:


Tropical Forest Ilian and Adam
Desert Jim Jordan
Savanna Mario
Chaparral Alyissa
Temperate Grassland Shayne and Jared
Coniferous Emily and Jackie
Temperate Broad Leaf Forest Martin
Tundra Amanda and Steve

Be Creative in developing your Biome Glog. Include more than just text please. Pictures, videos, animations, etc. . . . Be sure to include:


Aquatic:
  1. Physical Environment
  2. Chemical Environment
  3. Geologic Features
  4. 2 types of Photosynthetic Organisms
  5. 2 Species of Animals w/ specific adaptations to the biome one herbivore and one carnivor/predator-insects are predators too)
  6. Sample food web
  7. level of species diversity (relative)
  8. Human Impact on the Biome and what can be done to ensure the survival of your Biome
  9. A map showing the area on Earth
  10. Any commercial value your biome has or significant ecological role (what's worth $$$)

Terrestrial:
  1. Distribution (with a world map)
  2. Precipitation
  3. Temperature range
  4. Geologic Features
  5. 2 plants w/ unique adaptations to the biome (one dominant type and one that is special to you)
  6. 2 species of animals w/ unique adaptations to the biome one herbivore and one carnivore /predator-insects are predators too)
  7. Level of species diversity (relative)
  8. Sample Food Web
  9. Human Impact on the Biome and what can be done to ensure the survival of your biome
  10. Any commercial value your biome has or significant ecological role (what's worth $$$)
Evaluate the Biomes!