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Study Guide for Part IV of Bioscience 110 Case study-Lake Michigan Food Web April 4th What are the 5 Great Lakes? How do they flow (in what order) to the ocean? What were the major changes in the Lake Michigan food web from the original 1900s food web, to the 1950-1965, to current? What caused these changes? Why were salmon introduced into the Lake Michigan? How did sea lamprey and alewife invade the Great Lakes? What caused the collapse of the Chinook salmon harvest? How has the clean water act affected PCB levels in Lake Michigan? Do Chinook salmon reproduce naturally in Lake Michigan? Ecosystems April 7 th Where is the source of energy on earth? Defn and ex. of biotic, abiotic, consumer, producer, decomposer About how much of the energy of the sun is captured by photosynthesis? About how much of the energy from a plant enters the food web or consumers? decomposers? Where does the energy lost at each trophic level go? About how much of the energy from 1 trophic level passes to the next one? How could humans eating food from lower trophic levels help global food shortage concerns? What is the difference about the way energy and nutrients move through an ecosystem? Defn of ecosystem and how do we study it? What is a biogeochemical cycle? What are the 2 components to it? You should know the general processes for the nitrogen, carbon and water cycle. What is the difference between inorganic an organic nitrogen/carbon. Which one can humans use? How do humans affect these cycles? Why does run off from agriculture cause fish kills? What are the major greenhouse gases? What is the difference between a greenhouse and non- greenhouse gas? How do humans affect the water cycle? What affects net primary productivity? What biomes have the highest? What produces the pattern of primary productivity? What limits NPP of terrestrial environments, freshwater aquatic, oceans?
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2008 for the course NATURAL SC BS 110 taught by Professor Peteramber during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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