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Introduction to Stream Ecology. Compiled by: Angie Moline, Colorado State University GK-12 Program. Water on Earth. Hydrologic Cycle. Evaporation. Precipitation. Lakes/Rivers. Runoff. Ocean. Groundwater. Streams and Rivers. Invertebrate Functional Feeding Groups. Stream Food Webs.

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compiled by angie moline colorado state university gk 12 program
Introduction to

Stream Ecology

Compiled by: Angie Moline, Colorado State University GK-12 Program

hydrologic cycle
Hydrologic Cycle

Evaporation

Precipitation

Lakes/Rivers

Runoff

Ocean

Groundwater

stream food webs
Stream Food Webs

Riparian

plants

Leaf

Litter

Fish

Predator

Grazer

Algae & Leaves

river continuum concept
River Continuum Concept
  • Headwaters Streams
    • heavily shaded, leaf litter is important
    • shredders / collectors are abundant
  • Mid-order Streams
    • less shaded, algae more important
    • grazers abundant
  • Large Rivers
    • not shaded, phytoplankton present
    • collectors important
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