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Rationale: What is your reasoning behind selecting these changes? List of materials needed: Will you need anything to implement these changes? What will the costs be? Considerations to be made: How will this impact your family and friends? What areas of your life will it impact? Types of artifacts to be collected: You need to collect 5 additional and relevant artifacts to go with your timeline. What could you use to represent your project and changes? Type of presentation format: How will you visually represent this project? Poster? Power Point? Scrapbook? Parent Approval Signature
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 37 Name: Human Impact Project Short-Term Action Plan REFINED Final Decision Idea for implementation: What change have you decided you (or your family) will be making for 10 days? Rationale: What is your reasoning behind selecting this change? List of materials needed: What will you need to implement this change? What will the costs be? Considerations to be made: How will this impact your family and friends? What areas of your life will it impact? Types of artifacts to be collected: You need to collect 5 additional and relevant artifacts to go with your timeline. What will you use to represent your project and this change? Type of presentation format: How will you visually represent this project? Poster? Power Point? Scrapbook? Teacher Approval Signature
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 38 Concept 5 Notes: Ecological Succession Questions/Vocabulary Ecological succession Two types of succession: Primary succession Pioneer species Climax community
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 39 Secondary succession Summary Concept 5 Fill in the chart below.
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 40 Lab Stations: Exploring Ecological Succession Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 Station 6
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 41 Concept 6 Notes: Relationships: Predation, Competition, and Symbiosis Questions/Vocabulary Why do organisms interact? Predation Competition Competition can come in two forms: Interspecific Intraspecific Competitive Exclusion Principle
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 42 Symbiosis Parasitism Commensalism Mutualism Think back to Concept 3. How would these different community interactions affect a Summary Concept 6 population’s growth and stability?
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 43 Lab Activity: Predation Guiding Question: How does the relationship between predators and prey affect ecological stability? Purpose: To investigate the effect of the changing dynamics of the predator-prey relationship. Overview : During this lab, you and a partner will simulate the interactions between a predator (lynx) and prey (rabbits) in a meadow. You will collect data about how the two populations change over time to graph, analyze, and write a conclusion from.
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