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Name this Biome– 3 points. Name this biome- 2 points. Central America, South America, southeast Asia, and west Africa Year-round rain and warm temperatures Dark and damp Lush vegetation Variety of animals and tree species, but in low numbers Very poor, acidic soils.

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Name this biome 3 points

Name this Biome– 3 points


Name this biome 2 points

Name this biome- 2 points

  • Central America, South America, southeast Asia, and west Africa

  • Year-round rain and warm temperatures

  • Dark and damp

  • Lush vegetation

  • Variety of animals and tree species, but in low numbers

  • Very poor, acidic soils


Name this biome 1 point

Name this biome- 1 point

  • Central America, South America, southeast Asia, and west Africa

  • Year-round rain and warm temperatures

  • Dark and damp

  • Lush vegetation

  • Variety of animals and tree species, but in low numbers

  • Very poor, acidic soils


Tropical rainforest

Tropical rainforest

  • Central America, South America, southeast Asia, and west Africa

  • Year-round rain and warm temperatures

  • Dark and damp

  • Lush vegetation

  • Variety of animals and tree species, but in low numbers

  • Very poor, acidic soils


Name the biome 3 points

Name the biome- 3 points


Name the biome 2 points

Name the biome- 2 points

  • Grassland interspersed with trees

  • Africa, South America, Australia, India

  • Precipitation only during rainy season

  • Water holes

  • Zebras, gazelles, giraffes, lions, hyenas


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  • Grassland interspersed with trees

  • Africa, South America, Australia, India

  • Precipitation only during rainy season

  • Water holes

  • Zebras, gazelles, giraffes, lions, hyenas


Savanna

Savanna

  • Grassland interspersed with trees

  • Africa, South America, Australia, India

  • Precipitation only during rainy season

  • Water holes

  • Zebras, gazelles, giraffes, lions, hyenas


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  • Deciduous trees lose their leaves each fall and remain dormant during winter

  • Mid-latitude forests in Europe, East China, Eastern North America

  • Fertile soils

  • Forests = oak, beech, maple


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  • Deciduous trees lose their leaves each fall and remain dormant during winter

  • Mid-latitude forests in Europe, East China, Eastern North America

  • Fertile soils

  • Forests = oak, beech, maple


Temperate deciduous forest

Temperate Deciduous Forest

  • Deciduous trees lose their leaves each fall and remain dormant during winter

  • Mid-latitude forests in Europe, East China, Eastern North America

  • Fertile soils

  • Forests = oak, beech, maple


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  • More extreme temperature difference between winter and summer

  • Less precipitation

    • Once widespread throughout parts of North and South America and much of central Asia

    • Much was converted for agriculture

    • Bison, prairie dogs, antelope, and ground-nesting birds


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  • More extreme temperature difference between winter and summer

  • Less precipitation

  • Also called steppe or prairie

    • Once widespread throughout parts of North and South America and much of central Asia

    • Much was converted for agriculture

    • Bison, prairie dogs, antelope, and ground-nesting birds


Temperate grasslands

Temperate grasslands

  • More extreme temperature difference between winter and summer

  • Less precipitation

  • Also called steppe or prairie

    • Once widespread throughout parts of North and South America and much of central Asia

    • Much was converted for agriculture

    • Bison, prairie dogs, antelope, and ground-nesting birds


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  • Coastal Pacific Northwest region

  • Great deal of precipitation

  • Coniferous trees: cedar, spruce, hemlock, fir

  • Moisture-loving animals

    • Banana slug

  • The fertile soil is susceptible to erosion and landslides

  • Provides lumber and paper


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  • Coastal Pacific Northwest region

  • Great deal of precipitation

  • Coniferous trees: cedar, spruce, hemlock, fir

  • Moisture-loving animals

    • Banana slug

  • The fertile soil is susceptible to erosion and landslides

  • Provides lumber and paper


Temperate rainforest

Temperate rainforest

  • Coastal Pacific Northwest region

  • Great deal of precipitation

  • Coniferous trees: cedar, spruce, hemlock, fir

  • Moisture-loving animals

    • Banana slug

  • The fertile soil is susceptible to erosion and landslides

  • Provides lumber and paper


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  • Tropical deciduous forest

  • India, Africa, South America, northern Australia

  • Wet and dry seasons

  • Warm, but less rainfall

  • Converted to agriculture

  • Erosion-prone soil


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  • Tropical deciduous forest

  • India, Africa, South America, northern Australia

  • Wet and dry seasons

  • Warm, but less rainfall

  • Converted to agriculture

  • Erosion-prone soil


Tropical dry forest

Tropical dry forest

  • Tropical deciduous forest

  • India, Africa, South America, northern Australia

  • Wet and dry seasons

  • Warm, but less rainfall

  • Converted to agriculture

  • Erosion-prone soil


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  • Minimal precipitation

  • Some deserts are bare, with sand dunes (S)

  • Some deserts are heavily vegetated (S)

  • They are not always hot

    • Temperatures vary widely

  • Saline soils

  • Nocturnal or nomadic animals

  • Plants have thick skins or spines


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  • Minimal precipitation

  • Some are bare, with sand dunes (S)

  • Some are heavily vegetated (S)

  • They are not always hot

    • Temperatures vary widely

  • Saline soils

  • Nocturnal or nomadic animals

  • Plants have thick skins or spines


Desert

Desert

  • Minimal precipitation

  • Some deserts are bare, with sand dunes (Sahara)

  • Some deserts are heavily vegetated (Sonoran)

  • They are not always hot

    • Temperatures vary widely

  • Saline soils

  • Nocturnal or nomadic animals

  • Plants have thick skins or spines


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  • Canada, Scandinavia, Russia

  • Minimal precipitation

    • Nearly as dry as a desert

  • Seasonal variation in temperature

    • Extremely cold winters

  • Permafrost: permanently frozen soil

  • Few animals: polar bears, musk oxen, caribou

  • Lichens and low vegetation with few trees


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Name this biome 1 point

  • Canada, Scandinavia, Russia

  • Minimal precipitation

    • Nearly as dry as a desert

  • Seasonal variation in temperature

    • Extremely cold winters

  • Permafrost: permanently frozen soil

  • Few animals: polar bears, musk oxen, caribou

  • Lichens and low vegetation with few trees


Tundra

Tundra

  • Canada, Scandinavia, Russia

  • Minimal precipitation

    • Nearly as dry as a desert

  • Seasonal variation in temperature

    • Extremely cold winters

  • Permafrost: permanently frozen soil

  • Few animals: polar bears, musk oxen, caribou

  • Lichens and low vegetation with few trees


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  • Canada, Alaska, Russia, Scandinavia

  • Variation in temperature and precipitation

  • Cool and dry climate

    • Long, cold winters

    • Short, cool summers

  • Poor and acidic soil

  • Few evergreen tree species

  • Moose, wolves, bears, migratory birds


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  • Canada, Alaska, Russia, Scandinavia

  • Variation in temperature and precipitation

  • Cool and dry climate

    • Long, cold winters

    • Short, cool summers

  • Poor and acidic soil

  • Few evergreen tree species

  • Moose, wolves, bears, migratory birds


Boreal forest taiga

Boreal forest (taiga)

  • Canada, Alaska, Russia, Scandinavia

  • Variation in temperature and precipitation

  • Cool and dry climate

    • Long, cold winters

    • Short, cool summers

  • Poor and acidic soil

  • Few evergreen tree species

  • Moose, wolves, bears, migratory birds


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  • Mediterranean Sea, California, Chile, and southern Australia

  • High seasonal

    • Mild, wet winters

    • Warm, dry summers

  • Frequent fires

  • Densely thicketed, evergreen shrubs


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  • Mediterranean Sea, California, Chile, and southern Australia

  • High seasonal

    • Mild, wet winters

    • Warm, dry summers

  • Frequent fires

  • Densely thicketed, evergreen shrubs


Chaparral

Chaparral

  • Mediterranean Sea, California, Chile, and southern Australia

  • High seasonal

    • Mild, wet winters

    • Warm, dry summers

  • Frequent fires

  • Densely thicketed, evergreen shrubs


Question review

QUESTION: Review

Predation is a form of species interaction where….

a) Both species are harmed

b) One species benefits, but the other is harmed

c) Both species benefit

d) One species excludes another from a particular area


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QUESTION: Review

The phenomenon where one species completely excludes another species from access to a resource is called:

a) Amensalism

b) Intraspecific competition

c) Competitive exclusion

d) Species coexistance


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QUESTION: Review

An example of coevolution would be:

a) Predators killing their prey

b) One species moving out of an area to find new resources

c) A host species becoming more vulnerable to parasitism

d) A pine tree evolving thicker pinecones to reduce consumption by squirrels


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QUESTION: Review

Which statement is NOT true about trophic levels?

a) Plants are autotrophs and occupy the first trophic level

b) Detritivores consume waste products or dead bodies

c) Biomass and energy increase going up the food chain

d) There are fewer predator species than prey species in an area


Question review1

QUESTION: Review

a)The slopes of a newly formed volcanic island

b)Wetlands in Texas, following Hurricane Rita

c)Forests growing on an abandoned farm

d)Vegetation regrowing in Yellowstone National Park after a major fire

Secondary succession would take place on all of the following EXCEPT…?


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QUESTION: Review

All of the following are ways to control invasive species, EXCEPT:

a) Remove individuals from the area

b) Stress them by noise

c) Trap them

d) Encourage them to hybridize with another species


Question review2

QUESTION: Review

Which biome has more extreme temperature differences between winter and summer, may contain prairie dogs, and has been extensively converted to agriculture?

  • Tropical rainforest

  • Temperate grasslands

  • Temperate rainforest

  • Taiga


Question review3

QUESTION: Review

Which biome has year-round warm temperatures, as well as rainfall and lush vegetation, but very poor soils?

  • Tropical rainforest

  • Temperate grasslands

  • Temperate rainforest

  • Taiga


Question weighing the issues

QUESTION: Weighing the Issues

Would you be willing to decrease the amount of meat you consumed (e.g., eat lower on the food chain) in order to decrease your ecological footprint?

a) Yes, if the extra food was sent to countries with starving people

b) Yes, because it would decrease environmental degradation

c) I don’t eat meat now

d) No, I don’t see the need to eat lower on the food chain


Question weighing the issues1

QUESTION: Weighing the Issues

Although mustangs are not native to the U.S., they exist in several western states, on federally owned land. As an introduced species, what should be done with them?

a) As an exotic species, they should immediately be removed and adopted or killed

b) Although they are an exotic species, they are part of our heritage, and should be allowed to stay

c) They have been here so long, we should just leave them alone

d) Many countries eat horse flesh, so we should round them up and export them to horse-eating countries


Question interpreting graphs and data

QUESTION: Interpreting Graphs and Data

What does this figure illustrate?

a) A predator–prey cycle

b) Competitive exclusion

c) Resource partitioning

d) Succession


Question interpreting graphs and data1

QUESTION: Interpreting Graphs and Data

In this climatograph for Archangelsk, Russia, in the boreal forest biome, summers are… ?

a)Long and warm

b)Short and cool

c)Long and cold

d)Short and warm


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