Ecology: Humans and the Environment PowerPoint and Notes. What is the ecological impact that humans have upon our fragile environment? This lesson is designed to teach students about the human behaviors that have consequences for our planet, such as the burning of fossil fuels, overfishing, the clear cutting of forest areas and more.
Website with a brief explanation of the impact of humans on their environment. It offers a great perspective in encouraging students to not only look at ways that humans have affected the environment in the past but also how they themselves are currently affecting it.
Ecology: Human Impact on the Environment Review PowerPoint Q/A. The key to success in teaching a unit on ecology is to provide good instruction followed by a good review exercise. This PowerPoint consists of 49 slides of questions and answers and provides an excellent review for the chapter test.
This Humans and the Environment Ecology PowerPoint Presentation has 38 slides on the following topics: Human Requirements, Human Interactions, Human Population, Population Dynamics, Human Population Growth, Environmental Pollution, Water Pollution, Soil Pollution, Importation of Organisms, Use of Biocides, Improving The Environment, Environmental Laws, Conservation of Natural Resources, Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources, Wildlife Preservation, Biological Pest Controls. $6.00
5 HUMAN IMPACTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT - CRASH COURSE VIDEO: Hank gives the run down on the top five ways humans are negatively impacting the environment and having detrimental effects on the valuable ecosystem services which a healthy biosphere provides. 10:38 minutes
Ecology Ecosystems Environment Unit Bundle - 33 Files - 4 PowerPoint Presentation Lessons , 4 Smartboard Notebook Presentations, 4 Notes Outlines, 5 Lesson Plans/ Projects, 5 Homework Assignments, 1 Vocabulary Transparency, 3 Laboratory Lessons, 1 Quiz, 4 Test Prep Bank Questions and 2 Exams. $ www.teacherspayte...
Interactions in the Environment - Ecology PowerPoint Presentation has 37 slides and covers the following topics: Populations & Communities, Properties of a Population, Carrying Capacity, Autotrophs, Heterotrophs, Producers, Herbivores, Carnivores, Predators, Scavengers, Omnivores, Decomposers, Symbiotic Relationships, Mutualism, Commensalism, Parasitism, Competition, Effects of Competition, Food Chains, Tropic Levels, Food Webs, Pyramid of Energy, Pyramid of Biomass, Material Cycles, Carbon-Oxygen Cycle, Water Cycle, Nitrogen Cycle, Ecological Succession, Primary Succession, Climax Communities, Ecosystem Stability. $5.50
55-slide PowerPoint with Notes for Teacher and Student. Ecology is one of the "must-teach" topics for any biology or life science class. The ecological inter-relationships that occur in nature are fundamental to an understanding of our world and how life interacts with the physical environment as well as with other living organisms. Ecology topics, such as global warming, ozone destruction, greenhouse gases, and habitat destruction, dominate the news.
Ecology: Energy Flow and Recycling of Matter Review PPT Q and A. The key to success in teaching a unit on ecology is to provide good instruction followed by a good review exercise. $