INVASIVE SPECIES VIDEOS
INVASIVE SPECIES ACTIVITY
INVASIVE SPECIES "WANTED" PROJECT
ECOSYSTEM SERVICES VIDEO
ECOSYSTEM SERVICES INTERACTIVE
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Also, YOU MUST USE INTERNET EXPLORER.
Ecosystem Jenga game
This lesson plan is meant to show how an ecosystem is organized and that everything in the environment is interconnected. A population is defined as a group of individuals that can breed with one another. The difference in a population and a community is that a population is made up of the same species. A community is several different populations co-existing together. An ecosystem is made up of different communities. There are many different kinds of ecosystems (forest, fields, ponds, rivers, etc).
During the game, students remove different organisms from the ecosystem (maybe a primary consumer, or producers, or decomposers). Eventually, there has been so many disruptions that the ecosystem collapses.
Organism that can make its own food
Organism that eats producers
Organism that eats primary consumers and/or producers
A single organism
A group of individuals of the same species interacting and interbreeding
A group of multiple populations interacting within a given area
Interacting communities as well as all the nonliving parts of the environment