Esa Unit2

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Esa Unit2

  1. 1. Gaia Hypothesis
  2. 2. Biomes
  3. 3. Planet Earth
  4. 4. Earth’s Tilt
  5. 5. Climate Zones
  6. 6. Earth’s atmosphere
  7. 7. Atmospheric Density Air density drops with altitude
  8. 8. Temperature
  9. 9. Temperature Temperature drops with altitude
  10. 10. Biomes Temperature Rainfall
  11. 11. Tundra Frozen Subsoil Few Trees Migratory birds Reindeer, moose
  12. 12. Taiga Boreal forest Coniferous Trees More Varied fauna
  13. 13. Deciduous Forest Temperate Seasonal Leaf drop Varied wildlife
  14. 14. Tropical Rainforest Daily rainfall Little temperature variation Biodiverse
  15. 15. Grasslands Seasonal temperature variation Low rainfall Herbivores
  16. 16. Desert Very arid Day/Night temperature variation Small animals reptiles
  17. 17. Chaparral Mediterranean California Seasonal rain Fire danger in off season
  18. 18. Coastal Salt Water Euphotic Zone: Most of Photosynthesis
  19. 19. Pelagic Open Ocean Phytoplankton for Photosynthesis Limited Nutrients
  20. 20. Coral Reef Warm clear water Very Biodiverse
  21. 21. Estuary Salt/Fresh water Boundary Nutrients & Sediment Tidal Dependance
  22. 22. Lakes & Ponds Fresh Water Turnover Lots of Nutrients
  23. 23. Streams & Rivers Oxygen depleted Seasonal turnover
  24. 24. Hydrothermal Vents Located at plate boundaries and hot spots chemosynthetic
  25. 25. Terrestrial Succession Depends on Climate and Soil
  26. 26. Terrestrial Succession Climax community
  27. 27. Aquatic Succession Eutrophication Accelerated by addition of fertilizers
  28. 28. Biome inhabitants
  29. 29. Interspecific Interactions Predator - prey
  30. 30. Predator Prey Larger smaller Less Abundant More abundant
  31. 31. Adaptations Camouflage
  32. 32. Adaptations Mimicry Monarch viceroy
  33. 33. Adaptations Startle Coloration Swallowtail peacock moth
  34. 34. Adaptations Chemical warfare
  35. 35. Interspecific Interactions Host Parasite Bigger smaller Provides home Specialized Reproduce faster
  36. 36. Parasitism Brood Parasitism
  37. 37. Parasitism Social Parasitism
  38. 38. Parasitism Parasitoids
  39. 39. Parasitism Plant Parasites Rafflesia
  40. 40. Mutualism Mutually beneficial symbiosis cooperation Oxpecker and impala Ants and acacia
  41. 41. Mutualism Coevolution of species Greater Honeyguide
  42. 43. Extinction Already Gone Greater Honeyguide
  43. 44. Extinction Factors: Low Population Density Amur Leopard South China Tiger
  44. 45. Extinction Factors: Loss of Habitat Silky Sifafka
  45. 46. Extinction Factors: Specialization Giant Panda
  46. 47. Extinction Factors: Human Activity Saiga Antelope
  47. 48. 1650 Factors: Deforestation
  48. 49. 1850 Factors: Deforestation
  49. 50. 1926 Factors: Deforestation
  50. 51. Biodiversity Successes DNA Showed Malayan tiger to be a New subspecies
  51. 52. Biodiversity Successes Recovery of previously endangered species Now delisted
  52. 53. Biodiversity Successes Discovery of new foods and drugs Madagascar periwinkle mangosteens
  53. 54. Biodiversity Successes Sustainable harvesting
  54. 55. Invasive Species kudzu Introduced in 1876 as a forage and ornamental plant
  55. 56. Invasive Species Zebra mussels Accidentally imported
  56. 57. Invasive Species Gypsy Moth Snails Deliberately imported
  57. 58. Invasive Species Scotch Broom

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