There Must Be An Eco In Here....
Types of eco systems
Savannas Precipitation 90-150cm/yearOpen, widely spaced trees, seasonal rainfallParts of Africa, South America & Australia
Deserts Precipitation 20cm/yearDry, sparce vegetation; scattered grassesParts of Africa, Asia, Australia, North America
Temperate Grasslands Precipitation: 10-60cm/yearRich soil; tall dense grassesCentral North America; Central Asia
Coniferous forest:20-60cm/yearShort growing season, cold winters.Northern Asia;Northern North America
Tundra 25cm/yearOpen; wind swept; dry; ground always frozenFar northern Asia; Northern North America
define in a sentence
1. decomposer : One of the main Decomposers is a worm .
2. consumer : We as humas are comsumers unless you are a vegitarian.
3. ecosystem: The tundra is a ecosystem because it is a is a community of living organisms.
4. producer: Trees produce a very inportant thing for us hummans(air) this trait makes the producers.
5. food chain : food chains are a way to transfer energy.
6. biotic: i am biotic because I an living and so are you(I hope).
7. abiotic : rocks are aboitic because they dont live,
8. adaptation: our bodys adapt to be able to drink milk
some living animals
are frogs, snakes, muskrats,yellow-spotted salamander
some non-living things are rocks ,ponds
The energy is from phytoplankton
In question 11 the arrow are to tell us what each compounent eats
If the producer died all of the animal would die or leaver or find something else to eat
Wetlands have important filtering capabilities for intercepting surface- water runoff from higher dry land before the runoff reaches open water.
Wetlands function as natural sponges that trap and slowly release surface water, rain, snowmelt, groundwater and flood waters. Trees, root mats, and other wetland vegetation also slow the speed of flood waters and distribute them more slowly over the floodplain.
Wetland plants hold the soil in place with their roots, absorb the energy of waves, and break up the flow of stream or river currents
For many animals and plants, like wood ducks, muskrat, cattails, and swamp rose, inland wetlands are the only places they can live
We use a wealth of natural products from wetlands, including fish and shellfish, blueberries, cranberries, timber, and wild rice, as well as medicines that are derived from wetland soils and plants.
all in one