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  1. Today in APES… Week #2 Quarter 2 (10/21-10/25) (calendar site) Monday, 10/21 Pick Up: Have out: Eco-column Packet • APES Learning Goal: • I can us models to comprehend how the Earth naturally sustains itself. • Homework: • Stamp for Chapter 7 Notes Monday, 10/28 Daily Question: How does Earth naturally sustain itself? • Activities/Assignments: • Collect Weekly Check • Collet Escape from Planet Earth Essay • Stamp Chapter Chapter 6 Notes • Build Eco-columns

  2. Eco-column Labs • Today you are going plan your projects! • Build and test your • Aquatic chamber • Introduce Species • Make sure you have a hypothesis written • Decomposition chamber • See Chart on packet for initial tests • Make sure you have a hypothesis written IF you have time begin to build your: • Terrestrial chamber • See Chart on packet for initial tests

  3. Today in APES… Week #2 Quarter 2 (10/21-10/25) (calendar site) Tuesday, 10/22 Pick Up: Have out: Eco-column Packet • APES Learning Goal: • I can us models to comprehend how the Earth naturally sustains itself. • Homework: • Stamp for Chapter 7 Notes Monday, 10/28 • Daily Question: • How does Earth naturally sustain itself? • Activities/Assignments: • Build Eco-columns

  4. Eco-column Labs • Today you are going plan your projects! • Build and test your • Decomposition chamber • See Chart on packet for initial tests • Make sure you have a hypothesis written • Terrestrial chamber • See Chart on packet for initial tests

  5. Today in APES...ABSENT Week #2 Quarter 2 (10/21-10/25) (calendar site) Wed/Thurs, 10/23 & 10/24 Pick Up: Have out: Blank Paper • APES Learning Goal: • I can explain the effects of fracking on the environment. • I can explain ecosystem diversity • Homework: • Stamp for Chapter 7 Notes Monday, 10/28 • Evolution Cornell Noted due Monday • Daily Question: • What is fracking? • What caused ecosystem diversity? • Activities/Assignments: • Fracking Notes and Paper • Evolution Cornell Notes

  6. What is your Fracking • Take a blank sheet of paper out. • Title it Hydraulic Fracking Perspective • Click through the PowerPoint, play the youtube links on each of the slides and watch the video’s, take notes.

  7. Shale Rock – where the gas/oil is. The Oil/Gas is in Black. How do we get it?

  8. The effects on the habitat.

  9. Copy this down. Two sides of Fracking Issue Environmentalist Industrial/Economic Makes jobs Makes money for the federal, state, local government. Be energy self sufficient and not need to import from overseas. • Destroy the environment by cause air, water pollution. • Loss of habitat for local animals. • Aesthetically ugly • More traffic more noise. DUE in 20 minutes: On your paper pick one of these perspectives and write a 1-2 paragraph persuasive argument about why they are correct. Turn in when done(20 minutes)

  10. 8.5 to 8.9 Evolution and Human Impacts

  11. APES Learning Goal: • I can explain the effects of fracking on the environment. I can explain the effects of fracking on the environment.

  12. Linear Evolution – a common misconception

  13. Evolution is similar to a tree with branches Figure 8-11

  14. Figure 8-12 Species – live, fertile offspring

  15. Evolution: genetic differences of successive populations – change over time 2.Macroevolution – long term, large-scale changes. Ex: land mammals to whales.

  16. How does this happen?

  17. Microevolution - small genetic changes in population that happen over a short time frame

  18. Mutations can creates genetic diversity. Can be harmless, lethal, beneficial, random / unpredictable and a rare source of new traits

  19. Natural selection – beneficial adaptations survive Reproductive Isolation Gene pool - All of the genes in a population genetic variation – different fur thickness End Result -Evolution

  20. Galapagos Tortoise – Different Islands different shell shapes? Why?

  21. Types of Natural Selection 1. Directional Selection – a variation is beneficial and the gene pool shifts towards one extreme.

  22. Stabilizing Selection -the extremes are not well adapted and the average variations are favored. Example: ►Speckled peppered moths

  23. Disruptive Selection – both extremes are advantageous and being average is not. Example: ►Darwin’s finches on Galapagos Islands

  24. CoevolutionThe flower produces nectar that provides the perfect nutrition for the bird, and exists in colors that the bird sees best. Meanwhile the bird's beak is perfectly shaped to drink from the flowers. The flower provides food for the bird, and the bird, by drinking from several different flowers spread pollen between flowers.

  25. A tale of two Squirrels divergent evolution – one species becomes two • Which Types of Isolation? • Geographic – Colorado River physically separates them • Reproductive – one population can’t breed with the other.

  26. So. What does Survival of the Fittest Mean? • The ability to SURVIVE AND REPRODUCE is th e most fit. • NOT (always)THE STRONGEST – could be smallest, largest, fastest, slowest, etc.

  27. “It’s not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.”

  28. APES Learning Goal: • I can explain ecosystem Diversity

  29. Major Sources of Change • Continental Drift • Rapid/Gradual Climate Change • Human influenced changes – ex. Loss of biodiversity from deforestation.

  30. Extinction – the loss of a species • Background extinction rate – the rate at which species go extinct under “typical” slowly changing local conditions. • Mass Extinction - Due to a major event large numbers of species die out quickly. • 5 mass extinctions in Earth’s history • We are the cause of the 6th

  31. Mass Extinctions

  32. “When the last individual of a race of living things breathes no more, another Heaven and another Earth must pass before such a one can be again.” --William BeeBe

  33. Adaptive Radiation – Dinosaurs going extinct left a lot of empty niches that were filled by mammals. . Mass Extinction of Dinosaurs

  34. APES Learning Goal: • I can explain ecosystem Diversity

  35. Closure Question Please answer the question on the next slide and turn in.

  36. A question about a pet tarantula. • I got him about 5 months ago in June.  He's most definitely a land tarantula and ever since I got him a home to live in (a terrarium with smooth sides) he has always been trying to climb on the walls but his feet just slip off the walls.  On Tuesday I came home and all of his legs were on the wall but one was still holding him up from the ground.  Today, Thursday, I got home from school and he was crawling on the top of the wall/ceiling and it seems as if his feet now have suction cup or sticky bottoms that allow him to crawl on the walls. Do you think it's possible that my tarantula could have adapted this much in less than 5 months? I was really curious and it couldn't wait until Monday.

  37. Cornell Notes Complete your notes by highlighting, writing questions, and writing summary. These are due for 15 points on MONDAY!

  38. Today in APES...ABSENT Week #2 Quarter 2 (10/21-10/25) (calendar site) Friday, 10/25 • Pick Up: • Stop and Think W/S • Have out: • Evolution Cornell Notes Paper • Stop and Think W/S • APES Learning Goal: • I can explain ecosystem Diversity • Homework: • Stamp for Chapter 7 Notes Monday, 10/28 • Evolution Cornell Notes due Monday • “Zones of Time” & “What’s up?” w/s due Tuesday • The Gaia Controversy annotated article due Wed/Thurs (Quiz on Wed/Thurs) • Chapter 9 handout reading annotated due Friday (Quiz Friday) • Daily Question: • What caused ecosystem diversity? • Activities/Assignments: • Finish whatever notes were not done from “Evolution Cornell Notes” on previous days slides. • Watch Bill Nye Biodiversity Video Clip on next slide and complete the Stop and Think W/S

  39. Greatest Discoveries with Bill Nye: Biodiversity • So now we know a little about… • Biodiversity • Evolution • Ecosystem Structure • Natural Ecosystem Changes What are some of the GREATEST discoveries that have been made about our ecosystem? Fill in your stop and think worksheet as you watch the video! It will be stamped and discussed after the video!