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Get in your groups of 4 for this jigsaw activity. Use Campbell pgs 1113-1117 to help you with this activity. Have each person be the “expert” for one of these four categories of biomes and be prepared to share with the group: •Tropical forest and Savanna •Desert and Chaparral •Temperate grassland and Temperate deciduous forest •Coniferous forest and Tundra
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The Dragon’s Back & The Biomes • Which of these biomes were represented in yesterday’s video?
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Intro to Ecology and the Biosphere • Ecology – Study of interactions between organisms and their environments • Components – Abiotic • Nonliving chemical and physical – Biotic • Population – Group of individuals of the same species in a particular geographical area • Community – An assemblage of populations of different species
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Global Climate • How does the Earth get its seasons? • Figure 50.12 (pg 1102) • Precipitation and winds (Figure 50.13) • Lake Stratifcation and Turnover (Figure 50.15)
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Aquatic Biomes
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Unformatted text preview: • Vertical Stratifcation – Photic – Aphotic – Benthic • Detritus Freshwater Biomes • Lakes and ponds (Figure 50.18) – Littoral zone (shallow, well lit) – Limnetic zone (open water, well lit) – Profundal zone (aphotic) – Oligotrophic (nutrient-poor) – Eutrophic (nutrient-rich) • Rivers and streams • Wetlands (covered with water, lots of vegetation) • Estuaries (freshwater meets ocean, marine life) Oceans • Figure 50.22 • Intertidal zone (land meets water) • Neritic zone (shallow, over continental shelf) • Oceanic zone (open water) • Pelagic (open water, surface to ±oor) • Photic and Aphotic zones Exit Card • On a half sheet of paper or an index card write your name at the top and answer the following item: – Explain why the San Rafael Glacier is present year round when it is at the same latitude in the Southern Hemisphere as Venice, Italy is in the Northern Hemisphere? ~45 lat. (DSM about ~42 lat.)...
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