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    • Ecosystems
    • Introduction to EcosystemsEcology – the study of how organisms interactwith each other.
    • Introduction to EcosystemsWhat is an ecosystem? 3
    • Introduction to Ecosystems Is the Rain Forest an Ecosystem? 4
    • Introduction to EcosystemsIs the Kalahari Desert an Ecosystem? 5
    • Introduction to EcosystemsIs this African savannah an Ecosystem? 6
    • Introduction to EcosystemsIs Ontario’s boreal forest an Ecosystem? 7
    • Introduction to Ecosystems Is the tundra an ecosystem? 8
    • Introduction to Ecosystems Is Antarctica an ecosystem? 9
    • Introduction to Ecosystems Is this sea floor an ecosystem? 10
    • Introduction to Ecosystems Is this fallen tree an ecosystem? 11
    • Introduction to Ecosystems Is this beaver pond an ecosystem? 12
    • Introduction to EcosystemsThey are all ecosystems. 13
    • Introduction to Ecosystems An ecosystem is all of theorganisms that live in a region andinteract with each other and their surroundings. 14
    • Introduction to EcosystemsToronto could beconsidered anecosystem.Our school couldeven beconsidered anecosystem forwhatever liveshere. 15
    • Biotic and Abiotic FactorsWithin an ecosystem are its living andnon-living components. 16
    • Biotic and Abiotic FactorsThese components can be separatedinto biotic and abiotic factors. 17