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Warm Up 16:

- What are some things that make Earth unique?
- What is ecology?

Warm Up 17

Describe what you see on this graph.

What is the average amount of rainfall in the month of December?

What is the difference between the average high and low temperature in July?

Warm Up 18

This is the climate graph for Seattle, WA. Tell me a few things you notice about Seattle’s climate.

Warm Up # 19

- What are some living and nonliving things in Audubon?
- What do you know about the term ecosystem?

Warm Up # 20

- What is a POPULATION? How is it different from an organism?
2) How is a COMMUNITY different from a POPULATION?

3) How is a ECOSYSTEM different from a COMMUNITY?

4) Draw a made up ecosystem and label all parts either biotic or abiotic.

5) What are some things that need to be the same if species are the same?

Insects751,000

Known species1,412,000

Plants248,400

Warm up 21: are the same?Quiz Today, Study Chapter 4 Notes, Get Outline Ready to Be Collected

- What are some things all ecosystems need?
- Name the different levels of ecological organization from smallest to largest.
- Why is an organisms habitat so important?

Warm Up 22: are the same?Need calculators Thursday

1) Describe what a population is.

Need calculators Thursday are the same?

2) Why do you think a population might change?

3) What are some characteristics we can describe about a population?

4) Describe some biotic and are the same?abiotic factor that might influence the Elephant Seal population?

Warm Up are the same?23 (5 Questions)

- Describe the population density (high or low) in a) and b)
a) b)

2) List 2 advantages and 2 disadvantages of are the same?highpopulation density?

3) Describe what you see in the 3 diagrams and how they are similar and different.

4) Assume you “tagged” 100 fish in a pond. Over the next several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size?

5) Which has the highest population density? several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size?

- 40 ants/10 square meters
- 1 ant/1 square meter
- 500 ants/250 square meters
- 5 ants/1 square meter

4) What is the several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size? SEX RATIO in this room?

5) Describe 1 way scientists are able to sample a population and measure population size.

4) What is the several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size? SEX RATIO in this room?

5) Describe 1 way scientists are able to sample a population and measure population size.

6) Assume you “tagged” 100 fish in a pond. Over the next several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 10% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size?

Warm Up 24 several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size?

- Why do you think there are an estimated 10,000 trillion ants and only 7 billion humans?
- Why do you think all populations don’t grow exponentially?

3) Why do you think trees drops so many seeds? several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size?

5) Explain what you see on this chart. several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size?

Warm several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size? Up 24

1) Explain what you see on this chart.

3) What do you see in this chart? several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size?

4) Which has the highest population density? several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size?

- 30 ants/100 square meters
- 1 ant/1 square meter
- 500 ants / 5000 square meters
- 50 ants/ 30 square meters

Warm Up 25 several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size? (3 questions)

1) List the limiting factor(s) for why

- Audubon does not have Palm Trees
- Deserts are not full of plants
- There are not more predators like wolves
- There are not many more Oak Trees
- Large trees do not grow in polar regions
- Coral Reefs don’t live off NJ Coast
- There are not a million squirrels living in Audubon
- Trees need to lose their leaves

2) Explain what this chart shows us. several months, after 20 fishing trips, you had a mean of 5% “tagged,” what is your estimated population size?

3) A turtle may lay 50 eggs, 10 don’t hatch, 10 don’t make it to the water, 10 die when they are young, 10 die middle ages. What type of survivorship is that?

Warm up 26 make it to the water, 10 die when they are young, 10 die middle ages. What type of (4 questions)

- Give an example of a population.
- Describe the following terms in your own words:
a) populationsize

b) Population density

c) Population distribution

d) survivorship

e) limiting factors

f) carrying capacity

g) biotic potential.

3) Which has greater make it to the water, 10 die when they are young, 10 die middle ages. What type of biotic potential?

- Ducks
- Polar Bears
- Bacteria

4) Orangutans: make it to the water, 10 die when they are young, 10 die middle ages. What type of Females Mature 10 yearsBirth to single babies once every eight yearsWhat type of survivorship do you think it has?

Warm Up 27 make it to the water, 10 die when they are young, 10 die middle ages. What type of (use Deer Activity)

- After the Wolves were introduced, what happened to the Deer dying of starvation? WHY?
- What do you think the approximate carrying capacity on the island is for deer AND wolves?
- How do you think the deer population is controlled in NJ?

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