Ho-Jun Lee<br />Science7<br />Ecosystem booklet<br />
Table of Contents<br />Biomes-rain forest biome<br />Interactions in ecosystem<br />Ecosystem-interactions of many species...
Rainforest biome<br />
Rainforests<br />There are many different types of rain        forests. They can grow on mountains,        seacoasts, plai...
Types of rainforests<br />There are two types of Rainforest, the    temperate and the tropical. <br />Tropical rainforests...
g<br />Tropical rainforest-Plants<br />I want to discuss about tropical rain forest.<br />The tropical rain forest is the ...
Tropical rainforest-Animals<br />Billions of animals, birds, and insects live in the  tropical rainforest.<br /> These liv...
Animals living in tropical rainforest<br />
 Interactions Between Living and Nonliving<br />Grasses get energy from the sun<br />Hawks eat the snake to live<br />Gras...
WHY ARE RAINFORESTS IMPORTANT? <br />Rainforests are important to the global      ecosystem. Rainforests:<br />provide a h...
ALSO,<br />Rainforests provide the humankind with pleasant thing for survival and well being, including food, clothing, fu...
Interactions in Ecosystems<br />
Pictures of things in school playground<br />
snail<br />Snail is moving around on the wall.<br />
Ants<br />Ants are eating something on the floor.<br />
Pictures about things around my house<br />
???<br />Something came to our toilet to live. I think this is right because I sea him many time in the toilet.<br />
Cat<br />A cat always come to our house when we are having door open for dinner with meat. It can smell the meat very easi...
Ecosystems<br />Interaction of many species.<br />Ho-Jun Lee   <br />
Different Species<br />Wood pecker<br />Raven<br />Wood duck<br />Cinteal<br />duck<br />Chicken turtle<br />Dragon fly<br...
Species<br />Raven<br />Cinteal duck<br />Wood duck<br />Wood peckers<br />Raccoon<br />Bird<br />Mosquito<br />Worm<br />...
Communities<br />Raven<br />Cinteal duck<br />Wood duck<br />Wood peckers<br />Raccoon<br />Bird<br />Mosquito<br />Worm<b...
Turtle
Eggs
Fishes
Clovers
Tadpoles
Frogs
Muskrat
Dragon fly
Chicken turtle</li></li></ul><li>Populations<br />Raven<br />Cinteal duck<br />Wood duck<br />Wood peckers<br />Raccoon<br...
Turtle
Eggs
Fishes
Clovers
Tadpoles
Frogs
Muskrat
Dragon fly
Chicken turtle</li></li></ul><li>Ravens<br />Ravens eat bugs and eat some meat. <br />They can eat some dragon flies and s...
Chicken turtles<br />Chicken turtle is a cold blooded reptile<br />It eats some other fishes<br />
Dragon flies<br />Dragonflies eat some mosquitoes.<br />It like to seat on some grasses<br />
Muskrats<br />Rats like to eat anything. They eat some grasses, tadpoles and stems of some flowers<br />
Frogs eat some bugs such as dragonflies. They also eat some plankton. <br />Frogs<br />
Herbs<br />Herbs absorb water and get sunlight to live<br />
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  1. 1. Ho-Jun Lee<br />Science7<br />Ecosystem booklet<br />
  2. 2. Table of Contents<br />Biomes-rain forest biome<br />Interactions in ecosystem<br />Ecosystem-interactions of many species<br />Why are there more people living in Dalian than Greenland?<br />
  3. 3. Rainforest biome<br />
  4. 4. Rainforests<br />There are many different types of rain forests. They can grow on mountains, seacoasts, plains, or in river valleys. <br />They are different from each other. <br />One difference is how much rain falls in a year. Another is the average temperature. <br />The plants and animals which live in each type of rain forest can be different too. <br />
  5. 5. Types of rainforests<br />There are two types of Rainforest, the temperate and the tropical. <br />Tropical rainforests are found close to the equator. <br />Temperate rainforests are found along coasts in the temperate zone, such as the Pacific Northwest of the USA. Both are endangered.   <br />Tropical!!<br />
  6. 6. g<br />Tropical rainforest-Plants<br />I want to discuss about tropical rain forest.<br />The tropical rain forest is the richest source of plant life on earth.<br />There are so many different kinds of plants there, scientists don't even know them all yet.<br />It is a perfect place for growing plants. <br />The average temperature is 70 to 90 degrees and there is plenty of water. <br />
  7. 7. Tropical rainforest-Animals<br />Billions of animals, birds, and insects live in the tropical rainforest.<br /> These living things love to live in this environment. <br />It is because they can find all the food they need to live. <br />They can also find the kind of habitat they need to make a safe home and raise their young. <br />
  8. 8. Animals living in tropical rainforest<br />
  9. 9. Interactions Between Living and Nonliving<br />Grasses get energy from the sun<br />Hawks eat the snake to live<br />Grass hoppers are being eaten by snakes <br />Grasses serve as food to animals<br />Fungi from hawks wastes give nutrients to the grasses<br />Grasses need water in order to grow<br />The hawks excrete waste and become fertilizer to plants<br />
  10. 10. WHY ARE RAINFORESTS IMPORTANT? <br />Rainforests are important to the global ecosystem. Rainforests:<br />provide a home to many plants & animals<br />help stabilize the world's climate<br />protect against flood, drought, & mudslides<br />are a source for medicines and foods<br />support tribal people<br />and are an interesting place to visit<br />
  11. 11. ALSO,<br />Rainforests provide the humankind with pleasant thing for survival and well being, including food, clothing, fuel, products of industrial use, and even cure for sickness.<br />The loss of rainforests caused a very strong and serious problem.<br />
  12. 12. Interactions in Ecosystems<br />
  13. 13. Pictures of things in school playground<br />
  14. 14. snail<br />Snail is moving around on the wall.<br />
  15. 15. Ants<br />Ants are eating something on the floor.<br />
  16. 16. Pictures about things around my house<br />
  17. 17. ???<br />Something came to our toilet to live. I think this is right because I sea him many time in the toilet.<br />
  18. 18. Cat<br />A cat always come to our house when we are having door open for dinner with meat. It can smell the meat very easily.<br />
  19. 19. Ecosystems<br />Interaction of many species.<br />Ho-Jun Lee <br />
  20. 20. Different Species<br />Wood pecker<br />Raven<br />Wood duck<br />Cinteal<br />duck<br />Chicken turtle<br />Dragon fly<br />raccoon<br />frog<br />bird<br />muskrat<br />mosquito<br />eggs<br />Tadpoles<br />fishes<br />clover<br />Crayfish<br />worm<br />turtle<br />plankton <br />
  21. 21. Species<br />Raven<br />Cinteal duck<br />Wood duck<br />Wood peckers<br />Raccoon<br />Bird<br />Mosquito<br />Worm<br />plankton<br />Crayfish<br />Turtle<br />Eggs<br />Fishes<br />Clovers<br />Tadpoles<br />Frogs<br />Muskrat<br />Dragon fly<br />Chicken turtle<br />
  22. 22. Communities<br />Raven<br />Cinteal duck<br />Wood duck<br />Wood peckers<br />Raccoon<br />Bird<br />Mosquito<br />Worm<br />plankton<br /><ul><li>Crayfish
  23. 23. Turtle
  24. 24. Eggs
  25. 25. Fishes
  26. 26. Clovers
  27. 27. Tadpoles
  28. 28. Frogs
  29. 29. Muskrat
  30. 30. Dragon fly
  31. 31. Chicken turtle</li></li></ul><li>Populations<br />Raven<br />Cinteal duck<br />Wood duck<br />Wood peckers<br />Raccoon<br />Bird<br />Mosquito<br />Worm<br />plankton<br /><ul><li>Crayfish
  32. 32. Turtle
  33. 33. Eggs
  34. 34. Fishes
  35. 35. Clovers
  36. 36. Tadpoles
  37. 37. Frogs
  38. 38. Muskrat
  39. 39. Dragon fly
  40. 40. Chicken turtle</li></li></ul><li>Ravens<br />Ravens eat bugs and eat some meat. <br />They can eat some dragon flies and some rats.<br />
  41. 41. Chicken turtles<br />Chicken turtle is a cold blooded reptile<br />It eats some other fishes<br />
  42. 42. Dragon flies<br />Dragonflies eat some mosquitoes.<br />It like to seat on some grasses<br />
  43. 43. Muskrats<br />Rats like to eat anything. They eat some grasses, tadpoles and stems of some flowers<br />
  44. 44. Frogs eat some bugs such as dragonflies. They also eat some plankton. <br />Frogs<br />
  45. 45. Herbs<br />Herbs absorb water and get sunlight to live<br />
  46. 46. Eggs<br />Eggs are laid by tadpoles and other animals<br />
  47. 47. Fishes<br />Fishes sometimes eat baby fishes. Also, they eat their eggs too. They eat herbs and plankton normally<br />
  48. 48. Tadpoles are from frog eggs. They eat herbs and plankton usually.<br />Tadpoles<br />
  49. 49. Plankton<br />Plankton are microorganisms that live in water. They are foods for almost all fishes.<br />
  50. 50. Crayfishes<br />Crayfishes eat worms, plankton, and some tadpoles.<br />
  51. 51. Mosquitoes<br />Mosquitoes drink blood from other animal. It live around water.<br />
  52. 52. Birds<br />Birds eat worms around the ponds. They also drink water in the pond.<br />
  53. 53. Wood peckers<br />Woodpeckers live in woods. They drill on the woods. They eat worms and frogs around the pond. They also eat small fishes.<br />
  54. 54. Wood ducks<br />Wood ducks eat seeds, mosquitoes, and some small fishes.<br />
  55. 55. Raccoons<br />Raccoons eat seed, eggs, insects, frogs, crayfish, other fishes and worms.<br />
  56. 56. Worms<br />Worms live in soil which is wet. They eat bacteria, fungi, and protozoa a little bit and little bit.<br />
  57. 57. Why are there more people living in Dalian then Greenland? <br />Greenland is too cold for people to live.<br />There are many scientists to work in the Greenland.<br />There are not many resorts.<br />Not many people live there before too.<br />You can get more food in Dalian.<br />
  58. 58. Why do wild Pandas only live in China? Why can't they live in Australia?<br />China have bamboos<br />Australia is cold<br />I dunno<br />
  59. 59. How plants, animals and humans compete each other<br />Plants competes by stealing sunlight and drinking more water<br />Animals compete each other by catching more prey and getting more resources<br />Humans compete each other by running and catching the lunch line.<br />Humans and animals compete each other by fighting.<br />
  60. 60. Thank you <br />for watching<br />Bye Bye<br />
  61. 61. I don’t understand <br />I didn’t really know what to do from slide 19<br />I didn’t really know what was happening<br />I understood a bit<br />
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