Robins, worms,sparrows, cats
Rainforest Temperate deciduous forest Coniferous forest Desert Tundra Freshwater Marine Grassland/savannah
Factors involved in food chains and webs, Trophic Level, Producer, Dandelion, Primary consumer, Rabbit, Secondary consumer, Fox, Tertiary consumer, Bear, Decomposer, Fungi
Biotic factors: these are living things. They also could have been living or are pieces of a living thing.
Abiotic Factors: these are non-living. They were never living and will never be living.
Def. variety of organisms found within a specified geographic region.
Def. Is the difference in genes in an ecosystem
Def The difference among the plants and animals.
Def. The difference between ecosystem.
Def . A small region where there is a great biodiversity.
This is a species that is on the verge of going extient.
This species is starting to become threatened.
This species is sensitive to pollution or other harmful things in the enviornment. They help show how an ecosystem is doing.
Pioneer species form at the beginning of succession while climax community is at the end.
This is how the population is growing The population of a country is either rising, sinking or staying the same.
It is how fast a population is growing. Or how fast they did grow.
Is a factor that reduces the population in an ecosystem. This can be good if an ecosystem is reaching carrying capcity.
It is when an ecosystem reaches the point where it can't carry any more organisms.
Water pollution is very dangerous to aquatic life as well as humans. It can cause illness, kill animals or contaminate the water.
This is pollution that comes from a direct location. This is easy to pin point and the pollution is usually sent directly intot he river, stream, lake or ocean.
This pollution is hard to stop because it comes for a variety of different locations.
This is a surface that doesn't allow water to go through it, like sidewalk, roof or blacktop. These surfaces are not good because water easily travels down them, which collects trash and other pollutants.
These are materials or things that come directly from nature. Like trees, oil, water and air.
This is any material or energy source that will be replaced within a human life time.
This is any material or energy that will not be replaced during a human life time.
Water purification is a process that is used to make water that is not drinkable, drinkable. One method is desalination. This is were we remove salt from ocean water. Ninety eight percent of all the water on earth is in ocean, which are hard to change into drinkable water. Aquifers or under ground water tunnels have the easiest and most drinkable water on earth.