Wetlands - Food Web Relationships
"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe" -- John Muir
2. Read - A Wetlands Food Web story
3. Create a matrix (Need help? - Matrices @ Math Dude)
Use the matrix to sort out the relationships.
Examine the matrix - What have you found?
Extend your efforts:
Draw a food web of wetlands organisms. Show the flow of energy.
Who's Eating Who - adapt to a wetland habitat.
Posted 7/2008 by Cindy O'Hora
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