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Who is keeping who alive?

Who is keeping who alive?

Author: santiago schaner

HS-LS1-3.     Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis. 

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The final wrap up. (The big question of the day)

When you finish all of the tutorials, and answer the quiz questions, flip your paper over and answer this question: If we are already changing the environment, what can we do to keep it from crashing, and what is the most critical part of that process?

Keep her moving.

What does it tell you?

With your piece of paper, describe what happened in two sentences. 

How do you know what you are doing is right?

Get your piece of paper, and write three to five sentences about either why trying to control large scale ecological balance (macro homeostasis) or why should he have left the elephants alone (ethics of interference)?

Can you prevent a crash?

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 See if you can keep all the species alive. Record what you do on lined paper. Try three times to 100 generations. 

Source: Ecology Lab | The Habitable Planet. (n.d.). Retrieved May 13, 2018, from