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Ecology Scavenger Hunt

Ecology Scavenger Hunt

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Author: Beth Barsness
  1. Students will identify and take pictures of various ecological terms and objects.
  2. Students will use a dichotomous key to identify trees and wildflowers/weeds.
  3. Students will apply their knowledge of the ecology definitions by creating a well-organized PowerPoint presentation of their photos and notes.
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Questions and Answers

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    Betty Gebre 10 months ago

    Describe the area of secondary succession that you abserved. What do you think this area would be like if left untouched by humans for the next 20 years?


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