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F 47R Marine biology study guide

This product is proudly Australian Made

ISBN : 978-1-186283-172-8

Published Date : 03 December 2018

Product Code : F 47R

Format : Downloadable pdf sold with school licence

Price: $99.00

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YES it's a PAY ONCE, LIFETIME licence for UNLIMITED use in your school (ie. PUT IT ON YOUR SCHOOL CLOUD SERVER) - it's our 70th birthday happy retirement "gift" from us to you.

However if any of your teachers transfer to another school or a teacher visits your school and that school does not have a licence, all we ask is that the school without the licence buys one.

Also if your school IT department has adobe acrobat pro, the licence allows you to export the pdf to a power point and the content to be rearranged and reused as you like to suit you class environment. 

  • However you MUST keep the attributions under the photographs and illustrations and if you use text, you MUST attribute the author.   

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Teachers Information

 This is a read only pdf file of Marine Biology power points 37 - 69 so students can see your power point before you present it or have it for homework after your lesson.

Contents

Chapter 7 Biodiversity
Three diversity types
Biodiversity
Ecosystem varieties.
Ecosystem connectivity implications
Diversity loss factors
Simpson’s diversity index
Apply biodiversity data.
Important ecosystem definitions

Chapter 8 Biotic components of marine ecosystems
Identify biotic components
Categorise biotic interactions
Classify trophic levels
Describe matter cycling
Recall population terms
Assess population data

Chapter 9 Abiotic components of the marine ecosystem
Abiotic limiting factors
Distinguish abiotic components
Important limiting factors
Assess tolerance limit data
Apply zonation concepts
Population dynamic investigation

Chapter 10 Adaptations and classification
Categorise animal groups
Classify adaptations
Describe adaptions role.

Chapter 11 Marine conservation
Species habitat preservation
Marine ecosystem values
Stakeholder roles
Stakeholder value systems
Marine ecosystem issues
Ecosystem health terms

Chapter 12 Resources and sustainable use
Precautionary principles
MPA designs
MPA planning
MPA evaluation
 

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