A species at risk of extinction.
Certain types of species who can show the overall health of the ecosystem by either of their presence or absence because these species are very fragile.
Species that establishes itself at the start of succession.
A species in the near future, most likelyto become an endangered species.
A living thing.
How many of a living organism.
A group of different organisms interacting with each other.
A place where abiotic and biotic factors are interacting.
The geopraphic area with many ecosystem based on climate and elevation.
Most of Canada is in this biome.
The Sahara Desert is the largest desert in the world.
Most of the freshwater in the world are in glaciers.
The middle of the United States is grassland.
Largest biome in the world.
Has the most biodiversity.
The biome we live in.
Has the least biodiversity.
An organism which breaks down other dead organisms.
The transfer of energy from one organism to another in a one line chain.
The transfer of energy from one organism to another in a web like format.
An animal that feeds on plants.
An organism which can produces its own food.
An animal which feeds on primary consumer.
An animal which feeds on secondary consumers.
The class of organisms in a food chain or web.
Are non- living things that never was living or will live.
Living things that were once living or a piece of a living (or once living) thing.
The differences in ecosystems.
The differences in genes in the ecosystem.
Places on earth that are VERY biodiverse.
The difference in the plants and animals (organisms).
It is the process in which communities of an ecosystem change over time.
When ecological succession takes place where an ecosystem NEVER existed., A climax community is the final stage of succession. The stage in which the ecosystem becomes stable (until disturbed.
When ecological succession takes place where an ecosystem was disturbed., A climax community is the final stage of succession. The stage in which the ecosystem becomes stable (until disturbed.
The number of individuals of a species that an ecosystem can support.
A sudden explosion of population growth.
Events that help control population growth.
How much the population has grown.
How much the population will continue to grow in the years to come.
An underground bed or layer of permeable rock, sediment, or soil that helps clean the water.
Taking the salt out of saltwater and making it freshwater.
The gradual wearing away of land.
Water can't get in it.
Example of these are heavy metals, ammoniea, and acidity.
Pollution that can not be pin pointed out and the pollution doesn't go directly into the water.
Example of these are: oil, degerant, and cosemetics.
Pollution that can be pin pointed out and the polluion does go directly into the water.
To make an area more city-like.
"Damage" or "disturbance" in the Earth's water.
A process to clean out the water or get rid of the pollution in the water.
A drainage basin.
Areas like swamps, which are biodiverse and help a lot to purify our water.
Natural resources are natural things that people use from earth.
Any material or energy source which can not be replaced within a human life span.
Any material or energy source which can be replaced within a human life span.