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X: rufrock, 2006. P eights, H N F Johansson, hilip. Marshes and Swamps: A Wetland Web of Life. Berkeley J: nslow, 2008. N R R E Spilsbury, Louise and ichard. The War in Your Backyard: Life in an Ecosystem. Chicago: aintree, 2006. S. htm acts about the ecosystems of the world written for students, with many links to activities and further information c sc R eal World ien e: Ecosystems 31 Index A bees, 11 bison, 25 brown tree snakes, 28 ferrets, 22–23 fish, 20 flowers, 11 food chains, 16–19 food competition, 12–13 food webs, 19–21 Guam, 28 habitat destruction, 22–23 hemlock trees, 26–27 hunting, 25 climate change, 25 competition, 10–15 consumers, 18 crested lizards, 12–13 invasive species, 28 decomposers, 18–19 deserts, 7 diatoms, 19–20 killer whales, 19–20 krill, 20 earthworms, 14–15 ecosystems defined, 5–6 interconnections in, 7–9, 19–21 protection of, 27–28 resources in, 10–15 unbalanced, 24, 26–27, 28 microorganisms, 5 ocean ecosystems, 11 plants, 17 polar bears, 25 producers, 17 rain forests, 4 rays, 21 W endangered species, 24–28 extinction, 22, 25, 26, 28 R animals competition among, 12–13 connections between, 7–9, 19–21 endangered, 24–25 extinct, 22, 28 in food chain, 18 rctic, 25 eal orld Science Challenge, 9, 13, 17, 20, 23, 27 resources competition for, 10–15 river ecosystems, 6 scallops, 21 seals, 20 sharks, 20–21 shelter, 12 species competition among, 10–15 connections between, 7–9, 19–21 defined, 7 endangered, 24–28 extinct, 22, 25, 26, 28 invasive, 28 sunlight, 11–12 survival, 13 trees, 11–12, 15 tundra, 5 turtles, 24 water, 5, 6 wetlands, 8–9 About the Author Stephen Currie is a writer and a teacher who is the author of many books.

Nd some kinds of cheese may stay fresh on the inside for a very long time, even if they go bad on the surface. H O T T N F H P igh snowfall figures and low temperatures show that airbanks is the third city. It’s harder to tell ew rleans (wetlands) from ucson (desert). he second city has higher humidity and much more rain, so it’s a wetter place. hat fits a wetland. So the first city is a desert. nswers: op = ucson; middle = ew rleans; bottom = airbanks. T T O O H U Your food chain should start with a plant.

Berkeley J: nslow, 2008. N R R E Spilsbury, Louise and ichard. The War in Your Backyard: Life in an Ecosystem. Chicago: aintree, 2006. S. htm acts about the ecosystems of the world written for students, with many links to activities and further information c sc R eal World ien e: Ecosystems 31 Index A bees, 11 bison, 25 brown tree snakes, 28 ferrets, 22–23 fish, 20 flowers, 11 food chains, 16–19 food competition, 12–13 food webs, 19–21 Guam, 28 habitat destruction, 22–23 hemlock trees, 26–27 hunting, 25 climate change, 25 competition, 10–15 consumers, 18 crested lizards, 12–13 invasive species, 28 decomposers, 18–19 deserts, 7 diatoms, 19–20 killer whales, 19–20 krill, 20 earthworms, 14–15 ecosystems defined, 5–6 interconnections in, 7–9, 19–21 protection of, 27–28 resources in, 10–15 unbalanced, 24, 26–27, 28 microorganisms, 5 ocean ecosystems, 11 plants, 17 polar bears, 25 producers, 17 rain forests, 4 rays, 21 W endangered species, 24–28 extinction, 22, 25, 26, 28 R animals competition among, 12–13 connections between, 7–9, 19–21 endangered, 24–25 extinct, 22, 28 in food chain, 18 rctic, 25 eal orld Science Challenge, 9, 13, 17, 20, 23, 27 resources competition for, 10–15 river ecosystems, 6 scallops, 21 seals, 20 sharks, 20–21 shelter, 12 species competition among, 10–15 connections between, 7–9, 19–21 defined, 7 endangered, 24–28 extinct, 22, 25, 26, 28 invasive, 28 sunlight, 11–12 survival, 13 trees, 11–12, 15 tundra, 5 turtles, 24 water, 5, 6 wetlands, 8–9 About the Author Stephen Currie is a writer and a teacher who is the author of many books.

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