Biome Warm ups

Biome Warm ups

Biome Warm ups CEREBRAL STRETCH #40 Pre-Assess Use what you learned previously to try to answer the following. 1. What is a biome? 2. What factors are used to classify biomes? 3. Name the terrestrial biomes. 4. What biome would a pond be considered? CEREBRAL STRETCH #41 Use examples to explain how climate determines the

characteristics of a biome. These characteristics could include plants, animals, landforms, and natural resources. CEREBRAL STRETCH #42 Which biome gets the most precipitation? Which gets the least amount? Which biomes are in the United States? CEREBRAL STRETCH #43

Georgias biome is a temperate deciduous forest. Describe three characteristics of a temperate deciduous forest. CEREBRAL STRETCH #44 Make charts like the following and fill in the missing information: Relative Temperature Forest Hottest Moderate Coldest

Relative Rainfall Wettest Moderate Driest Forest CEREBRAL STRETCH #45 Make charts like the following and fill in the missing information: Relative Temperature Grasslands Deserts

Hottest Moderate XXXXXXXXXXX XXX Coldest XXXXXXXXXXX XX Relative Rainfall Grasslands Deserts

Wettest XXXXXXXXXXX XX XXXXXXXXXXX XXX Moderate Driest CEREBRAL STRETCH #46 What is the maximum temperature in March? What is the

minimum temperature in July? How much precipitation is there in January? Which type of biome do you think this is? CEREBRAL STRETCH #47 List a land biome of your choice and then tell what adaptations, (at least 2), plants or animals have to have to survive in this biome. Use

examples to help explain why the adaptation is needed. NOTES TO TAKE FROM 20.2 STARTS ON PAGE 534 Largest biome approximately 73% of earth List abiotic factors List biotic factors

Plankton List temperature zones from top to bottom (you did these last year) Use examples to explain how temperature affects the animals in a marine ecosystem Describe the 4 major ocean zones for living things, list

organisms that live there and abiotic factors. You could draw a sketch to help you remember this Explain how the earth depends on the ocean Describe each of the following, telling where they are found and what lives there Coral reefs Estuaries Sargasso Sea Polar Ice CEREBRAL STRETCH #48

What does diversity mean? Why have we discussed it in science class? Why is biodiversity an advantage? In what other class might be this discussed? CEREBRAL STRETCH #50 NO CS #49 WHAT MARINE ECOSYSTEM IS BEING SHOWN? GET A BOOK AND LOOK THEM UP IF YOU DO NOT KNOW. 1 2 3 both pictures are the same

location CEREBRAL STRETCH #51 1.What can your learn about the climate of an area based on tree rings? 2.What else can you learn from the tree ring? 3.Dendrochronology is the study of climate change as recorded by tree growth rings. What does chronology mean? 4.Tree ring dating doesnt work for trees in the tropical rain forest or tundra. Why? CEREBRAL STRETCH #52 What term that you

read about, does this picture show? What are the abiotic factors that affect life in this area? Why is this ecosystem important to life on earth? CEREBRAL STRETCH #53 On your paper write Freshwater and Marine and then list each term under the appropriate category. Once you have them divided by the big categories see if you can further subdivide the groups to show how they differ.

Swamps and marshes Surface zone Thermocline Neritic Rivers and Streams Oceanic Deep water zone Open water zone

Lakes and ponds Coral reefs Littoral zone Intertidal Estuaries Deep water zone Benthic CEREBRAL STRETCH #53 Correct divisions notice the term on both lists. What term describes an area that is a mixture of the two?

Fresh Water Rivers and Streams Lakes and ponds Littoral zone Open water zone Deep water zone Swamps and marshes Marine Coral reefs Intertidal Estuaries Deep water zone Benthic Thermocline Neritic Surface zone

Oceanic CEREBRAL STRETCH #54 Now take these same terms and further subdivide them. Make subheadings and list 2-4 items under each category. Fresh Water Rivers and Streams Lakes and ponds Littoral zone Open water zone Deep water zone Swamps and marshes Marine Coral reefs Intertidal

Estuaries Deep water zone Benthic Thermocline Neritic Surface zone Oceanic Categories further subdivided to show differences. Being able to separate them to this degree shows that you understand the terms, rather than just having the definitions memorized. If you could not do this study more! Fresh Water Moving water - Rivers and Streams Mostly still water - Swamps and marshes

Lakes and ponds Zones of lakes and ponds Littoral zone Open water zone Deep water zone Marine Ocean Life Zones Intertidal Neritic Oceanic Benthic Temperature Zones in the ocean Surface zone Thermocline Deep water zone

Other salt water environments Coral reefs Estuaries

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