Ecosystem

Ecosystem Mind Map By Bertram

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Ecosystem by Mind Map: Ecosystem

1. Ecological Footprint

1.1. pullution

1.2. hector square

2. Succesions

2.1. primary succesion

2.1.1. cause

2.1.1.1. volcano

2.1.2. pioneer species

2.1.2.1. lichens

2.1.2.1.1. soil

2.1.2.2. moss

2.1.2.2.1. soil

2.1.3. disturbance

2.1.3.1. forest fire

2.1.3.2. tornado

2.1.3.3. flood

2.1.3.4. human activities

2.2. Secondary succesion

3. Food Web

3.1. Abiotic

3.1.1. rock

3.1.2. sand

3.1.3. water

3.1.4. sunlight

3.1.5. soil

3.1.6. air

3.1.7. non living things

3.2. Food chain

3.2.1. predator

3.2.1.1. animal that obtains energy from other animals

3.2.1.2. wolves

3.2.1.3. lions

3.2.1.4. coyotes

3.2.1.5. ...

3.2.2. prey

3.2.2.1. animals that get hunt by other animals

3.2.2.2. sheep

3.2.2.3. deer

3.2.2.4. rabbit

3.2.2.5. ...

3.2.3. omnivore

3.2.3.1. animals that eat both plants and meat

3.2.3.2. monkeys

3.2.3.3. human

3.2.3.4. bears

3.2.3.5. apes

3.2.4. scavenger

3.2.4.1. animals that eat already dead things

3.2.4.2. raccoons

3.2.4.3. leopard

3.2.5. Biotic

3.2.5.1. Mammal

3.2.5.2. insects

3.2.6. herbivore

3.2.6.1. animals that only eat plants

3.2.6.2. sheep

3.2.6.3. goats

3.2.6.4. elephants

3.2.6.5. rabbits

3.2.7. carnivore

3.2.7.1. animals that only eat meat

3.2.7.2. wolves

3.2.8. Consumer

3.2.8.1. primary consumer

3.2.8.2. secondary consumer

3.2.8.3. tertiary consumer

3.2.9. organism

3.2.10. population

3.2.11. community

3.2.12. producer

3.2.13. energy pyramid

3.2.13.1. level 1(producer)

3.2.13.2. level 0(sunlight)

3.2.13.3. level 2(primary consumer)

3.2.13.4. level 3(secondary consumer)

3.2.13.5. ...

3.2.14. individual

3.2.15. autotroph

3.2.15.1. algae

3.3. competition

3.4. interaction between organism

3.5. parasitism

3.6. symbosis

3.7. commensalism

3.8. mutualism

3.9. interaction between different species

4. sustainable

4.1. Matter cycles

4.1.1. water cycle

4.1.1.1. evaporation

4.1.1.2. condensation

4.1.1.3. precipitation

4.1.2. carbon cycle

4.1.2.1. decomposers

4.1.2.2. fossil fuels

4.1.2.3. photosynthesis

4.1.2.4. sun

4.1.2.5. plants

4.1.2.6. animals

4.1.2.7. vehicles

4.1.2.7.1. carbon dioxide

4.1.2.8. manufacturing

5. human impact on ecosystem

5.1. ecological footprint

5.1.1. ecological footprint calculator

5.1.1.1. hector squares

5.2. pollution

5.2.1. air pollution

5.2.2. water pollution

5.3. global warming

5.3.1. arctic ice minimum

5.3.2. greenhouse gas

5.3.2.1. carbon dioxide release

6. community

7. biosphere

8. biome