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Environmental Science David by Mind Map: Environmental Science David
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Environmental Science David

Trophic Levels

Decomposer

Tertiary Consumer

Secondary Consumer

Primary Consumer

Producer

Energy(Sun)

Levels of Organization

Organism

In biology, an organism is any living system (such as animal, plant, fungus, or micro-organism).

Population

In biology, a population is the collection of inter-breeding organisms of a particular species.

Community

In biological terms, a community is a group of interacting organisms sharing an environment.

Ecosystem

An ecosystem is a system of interdependent organisms which share the same habitat, in an area functioning together with all of the physical (abiotic) factors of the environment.

Biome

Biomes are climatically and geographically defined areas of ecologically similar climatic conditions such as communities of plants, animals, and soil organisms.

Biotic Factor

A thing that lives, was living, or was part of something that did live

Acorn

Cat

Corpse

Dog

Fish

Flower

Grass

Hair

Human

Leaf

Lizard

Mouse

Paper

Tree

Abiotic Factor

A thing that is dead and had not lived or ever will live

Air

Aluminum

Glass

Heat

Plastic

Sand

Steel

Stone

Sun

Water

Wind

Food Web

A "web" style chain with arrows pointing in the direction of energy transfer

Food Chain

Food chains describe the eating relationships between species within an ecosystem or a particular living place.

Algae

Krill

Fish

Penguin

Killer Whale

Biodiversity

Variety of Organisms

Levels

Loss of Biodiversity

Hot Spots

Areas of high biodiversity

US West Coast

Central America

South America West Coast

Mediterranean

Horn of Africa

South East Asia

Indonesia/Philippines

Amazon

Japan

South Africa

New Zealand

Oceania

Indicator Species

An indicator species is any biological species that defines a trait or characteristic of the environment.It can indicate an environmental condition such as a disease, pollution or climate change.

Uses

Examples

Types

Ecological Succession

Primary Succession

Succession of organisms in an area where no ecosystem existed before

Secondary Succession

Succession of organisms in an area where an ecosystem previously existed

Limiting Factors

Carrying Capacity

Space

Resources

Disease

Temperature

Population Growth

Growth Rate

Population

Captain Planet

Water Pollution

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