Biological Magnification Notes
What is biological magnification?
As energy/hazardous materials move up the food chain, it can increase in levels of
What process destroys water?
The Most Dangerous Game Text-Dependent Questions
Selection of Quotes and
_ x 10 = _/40
Exceeds ( 4pts)
Meets (3 pts)
Developing (2 pts)
Beginning (1 pt)
Answers are clearly stated,
accurate and wellsupported wi
clearly and fully
Maintains a clear
focus; exhibits a
May 2, 2014
How Memories are Made
THE STORY OF MY SEARCH
On the dresser in my room is a very special object, a cup made by my
grandmother. Grandma Kasamoto was a potter. Years ago, when I was five, I saw this
Part 2 The Results of My Search
First Source: _
List at least two facts/ideas you learned about your topic. Then give two details to
describe each fact/idea.
1. Fact/Idea: _
a. Detail: _
b. Detail: _
PART 2 RESEARCH:
Cut and Paste text from resourced into the topics for your paper. FOR NOW, put the url directly after each block of text.
This is only a research document. All writing will happen AFTER you finish collecting research.
Disease caused by ge
ThinkCERCA Argumentative Essay Rubric
Writer does not yet
include a statement of a
claim about a topic or text
Writer does not mention
alternate or opposing
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How Organisms Obtain Energy
All living organisms use energy to carry out all biological
What I Know
What I Want to Find Out
What I Learned
What is the world definition of World Bank?
The World Bank is a collection of international organizations to aid countries in
their process of economic development with loans, advice, and research. It was
founded in the 1940s to aid Western European co
Ramapo River Watershed
A brief overview of this watershed and its water quality is presented below. For
more detailed information, published NYSDEC reports are also available.
Facts about this Watershed
The Ramapo River
What are examples of environmental issues?
Global warming, pollution, acid rain, land fills, oil spills, deforestation, air pollution, animal
population, human population, education, healthcare, energy
What four things ar
Made in Atlanta, Georgia
Water Stewardship To support access to clean water and sanitation, watershed
protection in waterstressed regions, utilization of water for production and
or multiple use systems that
1. The scientific problem that we needed to solve was why the onion failed to take root
and what caused it.
2. The variables that may have affected Omars onions could be the bleach-contaminated
groundwater, the organic fertilizer and the wa
Field Guide Lab
Habitat: urban areas
Range: anywhere a cat has been abandoned; urban wildlife
Characteristics: Dirty, mangy, free-living, often eats song birds, often carry rabies
Size: less than 2 ft. long and about 10 in. tall
9 November 2012
After watching Flow, it really changed my outlook on just about everything.
Things in my mind including my own life, my environment, my water, the people of the
world and corporations all took on a different meaning to me.
Food Web Notes
Where does almost everything get their energy from?
Where do the organisms that dont get their energy from the sun live?
Deep in the ocean without sunlight or in a dark cave
Cognitive dissonance refers to when we act to reduce the discomfort we feel
when two of our thoughts are inconsistent. This happened in my life when I
believed that religion was a very important subject in relations
Tragedy of the Commons Assignment
27 October 2012
The tragedy of the commons is a dilemma arising from the situation in which
multiple individuals, acting independently, and solely and rationally consulting their
8.1 How Organisms Obtain
Mr. Purcell Biology I
Transformation of Energy
Energy is the ability to do work.
Thermodynamics is the study of the
flow and transformation of energy in
Laws of Thermodynamics
First law Energy can not be creat