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Use this recording sheet to guide your research. accounts.google.com Sign in - Google Accounts
Turn in box docs.google.com Turn in Box
docs.google.com Ecosystems Research Project
Videos segments from Discovery Education app.discoveryeducation.com
Wetlands are zones that connect land masses and water bodies. They are flooded with water long enough during the year to have plenty of aquatic plants and animals. A bog is a wetland biome that is abundant in sedges, shrubs, and moss, and provides habitat for alligators, turtles, frogs and insects like dragonflies. <b>Click here to see the animated glossary.</b> app.discoveryeducation.com
docs.google.com 5th Ecosystems Apps
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Life Cycle of a mosquito. ars.sirs.com
Tropical rain forest is home to more than half of all the plants and animals of the world. These forests are densely overgrown with plants. The climate here is very rainy and hot. <b>Click here to see the animated glossary.</b> app.discoveryeducation.com
The tundra region is the coldest biome of the world. This region is treeless. Some vegetation like lichens, mosses and shrubs grows there. The winters are long and severely cold and the summers are cool. <b>Click here to see the animated glossary.</b> app.discoveryeducation.com
Deserts are located at the mid latitudes. They have extremely hot climates and less rainfall. The camel is a hardy animal adapted to long periods of no water. <b>Click here to view the animated glossary. </b> app.discoveryeducation.com
Around seventy percent of Earth's surface is filled with water. However, only 2.8 percent of this is freshwater.<b> Click here to see the animated glossary.</b> app.discoveryeducation.com
Deciduous woodlands contain trees with broad leaves such as oak, beech and elm. They occur in places with high rainfall, warm summers and cooler winters and lose their leaves in winter. <b>Click here to view the animated glossary.</b> app.discoveryeducation.com
Food chains in the wetlands. books.google.ie Wetland Food Chains
Food chains in the rainforest books.google.ie Rain Forest Food Chains
Food chains in the desert. mycapstonelibrary.com ..:: My Capstone Library ::..
Food chains in the Tudra. books.google.ie Tundra Food Chains
Food chains in the woodlands. books.google.ie Food Chains and Webs
Freshwater food chains. books.google.ie Food Chains and Webs
Life cycle of an ant. ars.sirs.com
Life cycle of a moth. ars.sirs.com
Life cycle of a grasshopper. books.google.ie The Life Cycle of Insects
Use the Woodstone Library Portal or books from the Library if you need additional resources. neisd.libguides.com Library Resources Template ES
Life Cycle of a bee. ars.sirs.com
Lifecycle of a stick bug. ars.sirs.com
www.blueplanetbiomes.org Rainforest Biomes
www.blueplanetbiomes.org Alpine Biome
www.blueplanetbiomes.org Deciduous Forest Biome
www.blueplanetbiomes.org Desert Biomes
freshwaterbiomesemandsyd.weebly.com The freshwater biome covers only 0.8% of the total water on this Earth, yet the water which makes up this biome are distributed unevenly throughout the globe (W2). As a result the climate of these...
www.geography4kids.com Geography4Kids.com! This tutorial introduces wetland basics. Other sections include the atmosphere, biosphere, climates, and ecosystems.