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Biology 120 Week 9 Notes

by: Julia Delaluz

Biology 120 Week 9 Notes BIOL120

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We only had one day of class this week after the test. These notes cover the start of our new unit, Ecology!
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Julia Delaluz on Sunday April 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL120 at Towson University taught by Dr.Partain in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Principals of biology in Biology at Towson University.


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Date Created: 04/17/16
E C O L O G Y  The study of organisms and how they interact with their environment  2 Components: o Biotic: living (plants, animals, microbes) o Abiotic: nonliving (climate, light, water, disasters) Organization of Ecology  Biosphere: global ecosystem  Biome: large geographical area of distinctive plant and animal groups  Ecosystems: the community & abiotic factors in an area  Community: all the populations in an area  Population: all the individuals of a species in an area Impact of Sunlight  Low solar irradiance: at poles. Sun shines at low angle o Large surface area is hit by sun & objects have long shadows  High solar irradiance: at equator. Sun shines directly o Small surface area hit by sun & objects have small shadows  Earth’s Tilt leads to Seasonal Temperature Patterns: o North pole tilted towards sun Northern Hemisphere in summer, Southern in winter o North Pole tilted away from sun Northern Hemisphere in winter, South in summer Thermal Momentum  Above & below the equator  Energy from the sun is converted to energy and released gradually onto Earth Moderating Influence of Water  Ocean Gyres  Due to the moderating influence of water, Dublin’s water is the same temperate as San Francisco o This is also due to ocean currents and how they move


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