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Interactive Class Notes / Learning Log / Textbook Notes Learning Goal(s): SC.912.L14.4 Describe changes in ecosystems resulting from season variations, climate change andsuccession.Think About ItIn 1883, the volcanic island of Krakatau in the Indian Ocean was blown to pieces by an eruption. The tiny island thatremained was completely barren.Within two years, grasses were growing. Fourteen years later, there were 49 plant species, along with lizards, birds, bats,and insects. By 1929, a forest containing 300 plant species had grown. Today, the island is blanketed by mature rainforest.How did the island ecosystem recover so quickly?Make it Personala)Describe a local area neat your home that you noticed was disturbed by a natural disastersuch as hurricane? What did it look like after the disturbance? Does it still look the samesince the disaster? PrePostScaleGeneral Rubric for Student Understanding4I understand ...........enough to teach. (I can peer-tutor on this topic)(Expert Teacher - Wow!!)3I understand ............enough to use. (Skilled & Independent!)2I understand part of ............, but not..............(Need some help please!)1I do not have an understanding of.................. (S.O.S. - I’m lost; will come for tutoring.) Remember to REVIEW these notes daily so you will be ready to participate in class discussion the next day. This practice of daily review will also prepare you for future assessments. Unit : Ecology Chapter : 4 Topic: Ecosystems and Communities Section : 4.3 Succession Name: Joshua Davis Class: Biology Period/Seat #: 6 th / #1 Date: April 3 rd , 2017
Questions/Main Ideas: Notes: & Key Terms In My Own Words (“How will I remember each term?”) Include Images and Hyperlinks Key Questions How do communities change over time? . Ecosystems change over time, especially after disturbances, as some species die out and new species move in Do ecosystems return to “normal” following a disturbance? . Secondary succession in healthy ecosystems following natural disturbances often reproduces the original climax community Key Vocabulary Ecological Succession . series of gradual changes that occur in a community following a disturbance Primary Succession . occurs in an area in which no trace of habitat Pioneer Species . first species to populate an area during succession Secondary Succession . occurs in an area that was only partially destroyed by disturbances Build Vocabulary The origin of the word succession is the Latin word succedere, meaning … Means that … “to come after” Making it Visual: Figure 4-12 Primary Succession Describe what is happening in

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