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What is the difference between weather
Weather- Day to day conditions
Climate- Conditions of an area over a long
Period of time
What are 2 ways heat can be transported
Throughout the biosphere
Tropical, Temperate, and Polar
Tilt of Earth’s Axis
What are 4 things that happen to sunlight
As it enters into our biosphere?
Reflected back into space
Absorbed by Earth’s surface
Radiated back into space as heat
Gets trapped by greenhouse gases
What is the difference between niches
Habitats- Larger more general area for
Where an organism lives
Niches- More specific location where an
Organism lives, eats, physical conditions,
What eats it, etc.
What does the competitive exclusion
No two species can occupy the same
Niche in the same habitat at the same time.
Symbiotic relationship where one organism
Benefits and the other neither helper nor
This group helps to stabilize the population
Of other species in the community
An example of this would be flees on a
Process of more or less predictable changes
That occur in a community over time
First species to colonize an area
Secondary succession would occur after what?
Primary succession would occur after what?
The final group of species at the end of
Succession is known as?
Trees that stay evergreen.
Layer of frozen soil
Which biome has the most precipitation?
Tropical rain forest
Which two biomes have the least amount
Tundra and Desert
Where am I?
The zone in the ocean where light is able to
Penetrate through the water
Area where water covers the soil or is
Present or near the surface for at least part
Of the year.
Which zone has the most plant life?
Name a reason why wetlands are helpful
Filter out pollutants
How much is Earth’s surface water made
What is happening in the second graph?
Competition- The P. aurelia is outcompeting
The P. caudatum for the same resource