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8 biomes - OUTLINE BIOMES 1 ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONS(continued 2...

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OUTLINE: BIOMES 1. ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONS, (continued). 2. MAJOR BIOMES: TUNDRA, TAIGA, TEMPERATE DECIDUOUS FOREST, TEMPERATE RAIN FOREST, GRASSLANDS, CHAPARRAL, DESERT, TROPICAL RAIN FOREST, TROPICAL DRY FOREST. 3. RIPARIAN & MONTANE FORESTS.
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ENERGY FLOWS PRODUCER CONSUMER HERBIVORE CARNIVORE OMNIVORE
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PRODUCERS & CONSUMERS PRODUCERS : _____________ _______________________ _____________________ CONSUMERS OMNIVORES: _______________ CARNIVORES: _______________ HERBIVORES: _______ ______________________
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FOOD WEBS
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ENERGY FLOWS TROPHIC LEVELS DEFINITION: __________________________ ______________________________________. ENERGY FLOWS ARE INEFFICIENT : ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________. “THE 10 PERCENT RULE”
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ENERGY PYRAMIDS
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DEAD THINGS – YUM! DETRITUS – _____________________. DETRITIVORE – ________________ _________________________________ _(ALSO CALLED “________________”) DETRITIVORE COMMUNITY – ________ _________________________________.
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NUTRIENT CYCLES / HUMAN IMPACTS NONLIVING COMPONENTS OTHER THAN ENERGY CAN BE TRACKED THROUGH A SYSTEM. HUMAN ACTIVITIES (SUCH AS POLLUTION) CAN CHANGE ENERGY FLOWS & NUTRIENT CYCLES
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NITROGEN CYCLES
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ECOLOGICAL HIERARCHY LARGE ECOLOGICAL BIOSPHERE BIOME LANDSCAPE ECOSYSTEM COMMUNITY POPULATION SMALL
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