Question 1. Why is it necessary to conserve our environment? Answer: It is necessary to conserve our environment in order to maintain ecological balance. Question 2.
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The Wolf, the Moose, and the Fir Tree - National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science (NCCSTS)
This playlist can be used to teach several core concepts of population dynamics and trophic cascades through three diverse ecological examples: wolves in Isle Royale, Michigan; rinderpest and wildebeest in Tanzania; and cougars in Zion National Park, Utah. The topics covered include predator-prey dynamics, top-down population regulation, exponential and logistic population growth, carrying capacity, and trophic cascades. By completing the resources in this playlist, students will be able to:. This playlist can be used in general biology and environmental high school courses. These three images of wolves hunting moose on Isle Royale serve as anchoring phenomena for students to explore population dynamics and trophic cascades.
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Rolf A. Ims rolfims ib. Eva Fuglei eva. While population cycles are geographically widespread, it is on arctic tundra that such cycles appear to be most influential for the functioning of the whole ecosystem.