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Unformatted text preview: A) Toxic chemicals in the environment pose greater risk to top-level predators than to primary consumers. B) Populations of top-level predators are generally smaller than populations of primary consumers. C) The biomass of producers in an ecosystem is generally higher than the biomass of primary consumers. D) The amount of biomass in the producer level of an ecosystem decreases if the producer turnover time increases. 5. (2pts) The graph shown at right displays the relationship between CO2 levels and temperature over a period of years. Discuss what you can conclude about temperature and CO2 levels over time from this graph. Do these data show whether CO2 causes global warming? Why or why not? The graph shows a positive correlation between CO2 levels and temperature (they both increase over time). However correlation is not causation and we cannot determine whether CO2 is the cause of the temperature increase over time from these data....
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- Spring '08