Keystone Species Project. You will research a keystone species and share the information with the rest of the class. All information and the grading rubric are included here. Sign up for a species on the list of species available. Everyone will research their own different species NO DUPLICATES.
Sustainability Columns. Investigating sustainability, water quality monitoring, stewardship, the replication of ecosystem services, and more. Environmental Science AP. Instructor: Ben Smith. Note: some repetition may result in your lab journal.
IDS Unit One Objectives. Chapter 1: The Nature of Ecology. Describe how the terms population, community, ecosystem, and biosphere are related in a hierarchy. Scientific Method. a.Know and apply the steps of the Scientific Method to different experimental set-ups.
Biomes and Biodiversity. In the end, we conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught. Baba Dioum. This quote started the powerpoint. What does it mean? Why would it be important to.
Ecosystem Energy Pyramids. Background: The living portion of an ecosystem is best described in terms of feeding levels known as trophic levels. Green plants make up the first trophic level and are known as producers. Plants are able to convert energy.
BIOL 412L GENERAL ECOLOGY LABORATORY. Catalog Data: The laboratory exercises illustrate and reinforce. the principles learned in the lecture. The course includes data gathering of biotic and abiotic factors of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and field trips to ecologically important urban sites.
FOS Common Unit - Global Warming. Global Warming Common Unit. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LAB NOTEBOOK, YOU NEED TO PURCHASE ONE AT THE STUDENT STORE FOR $20 BY 8/17-18. Syllabus & Lab Safety Contract - Google Form (GF). Bring Lab Notebook (NB) with you to class. 1. Complete Lab NB up to empty data.
Unit 1: Introduction to Environmental Science & Sustainability. The earth is one interconnected system. Humans are totally dependent on earth s resources for our survival, yet we have also altered the planet in many ways. In this unit, we will learn how.
How do we organize life (1A: Concept Development). Go to and watch the video. As you are watching, pause to answer the following questions. Be sure to pay close attention to 4:14-6:12. What are emergent properties?
Environmental Science Major Topics for the AP Exam. The following outline of major topics serves to describe the scope of the AP EnvironmentalScience course and exam. The order of topics in the outline holds no specialsignificance, since there are many.
Landscape Ecology Landscapes of the future, and future directions for landscape ecology. ecological footprint Wackernagel and Reesgradient analysis. coalescence urban ecosystem biotic homogenization. urban heat island. Questions for students to answer BEFORE coming to class.
Ch. 1 Living Things Need Energy. Chapter Review Questions. 1. Describe the job of a decomposer. How is it like a consumer? 2. What might happen to a food chain if one organism completely disappeared?
Course Syllabus: BIOL 1470 Conservation Biology. Conservation Biology is the scientific study of the phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity. Topics covered include: 1) the impacts of global warming, species.
Brazilian Area Studies in Air Quality and Ecology: An Intercultural Perspective of Urban Airsheds, Sensitive Ecosystems, and Remote Region Atmosphere/Biosphere Exchange. Project Summary.
Interactions & Ecosystems - Quiz 1: Topics 1, 2, 3. /30. Take your time. Read each question carefully. Matching (10 marks total). Put the correct LETTER beside the number in column A that fits the description. Multiple Choice (10 marks total). CIRCLEthe letter of the correct answer.
Final Review Worksheet. 1. What is the competitive exclusion principle? Two different species cannot coexist in the same niche eating the same things without one species going extinct, or undergoing resource partitioning. 2. What is the 10% rule of energy?