3. Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystem Collection


3-LS2-1. Construct an argument that some animals form groups that help members survive. 3- LS4-3. Construct an argument with evidence that in a particular habitat some organisms can survive well, some survive less well, and some cannot survive at all. Coral Reed Ecosystems: Interdependence- Various living organisms subside within the coral reef ecosystem; these organisms depend on each other to life. This interdependence is filled with different relationships that the coral reef must adapt to, to provide a balanced state of living. Interdependence of Life: Agents of change in Ecosystems- Ecosystems can change over time through natural disasters and other hazards this is called an ecological process. Throughout this article we will learn how an ecosystem can change over time and how humans can influence that change. Science Shorts: Ecosystem in a Jar- Ecosystems come in all sizes weather it’s as big as the Amazon rainforest or as small as a puddle. The dynamic interactions

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Resources in “3. Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystem” Collection

Title Resource Type File Type
Coral Reef Ecosystems: Interdependence Science Object Web Page
Interdependence of Life: Agents of Change in Ecosystems Science Object Web Page
Science Shorts: Ecosystem in a Jar Journal Article PDF File
Teaching Through Trade Books: Exploring Ecosystems Journal Article PDF File
The Early Years: Ecosystems, Up Close and Personal Journal Article PDF File