AP+sep+19 - Vertical Stratifcation Photic Aphotic Benthic...

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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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