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Tim's Mind Map by Mind Map: Tim's Mind Map
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Multiple Animals

Multiple bugs

Multiple Bacteria

Human Groups

Multiple Plants and Trees


A community is all the living factors in a certain ecosystem working together to make life possible


abiotic and Biotic factors working together to affectively run a working system


Desert Biome

Marine Biome

tundra Biome

Coniferous forest




Temperate decidous forest

Food Chain


Decomposer: worm

Food Web

Ecological Succession: The process of life in for an ecosystem

Trophic Levels: Pyramid to show transfer of enery

Biotic factor: Anything living or something that was living in an ecosystem

Abiotic Factors: something that isn't and never was living

Biodiversity: the amount of different species in an ecosystem

Primary Succession: First time start of ecosystem

Secondary Succession: Second time start of ecosystem

Pioneer Species: A species that can thrive in starting ecosystems with little resources

Climax Communities: Considered the highest point in Ecological Succession

Limiting Factors: Something to limit the growth of a species

Carrying Capactity: The max amount of one species an ecosystem can hold

Population Growth: when a population grows

Population Growth Rate: the rate at which a population grows

Exponential Growth

J Curve

S curve: Normal Population change

Watershed: an area in which all water runs of into a nearby lake, river, etc.

Storm water Runoff

Water Pollution

Point Source Pollution

Non-point source pollution

Impermeable: A surface that water doesn't penetrate

Wetlands: a natural runoff stopper

Natural Resource: Something that comes from nature

Renewable resource: somehting that can be renewed.

Aquifer: A natural water source