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  • Happy Block DayNew spot in notebook: Ecosystem Energy PyramidNumber 1 -5.Youre sick Jerry! Sick, sick, sick!

  • Learning Target: With my team, we will explain why the ecosystem pyramid HAS to be shaped like a pyramid.Now stay calm...Lets hear what they said to Bill.

  • Ecosystem Pyramid

  • Which energy type(s) are shown in the following pictures?

  • Which Type of Energy? 1)Mechanical

  • Which Type of Energy? 2) The glacier is warming up.It is turning to water.

  • Which Type of Energy? 3) A nice TVWhat is powering the TV?

  • Which Type of Energy? 4)Use this SOLAR CELL to power your home.Use the power of the sun.

  • Which Type of Energy? 10)

  • Announcements:Science Boards due a week from Friday!Science fair 2/28After school until 2/22 lab open for science fair work AND support.ASAP can also help.Supplies and computers!

  • On two pages of your notebook:Definitions for the diagramEcosystem Energy Pyramid Diagram

  • Definitions: Energy the ability to cause change.Ecosystem all of the living and nonliving parts working together in a community. Examples include a pond, Silverton, and the world.Ecosystem Energy pyramid - A graphic organizer demonstrating the flow of energy through an ecosystem.

  • Def: Sun source of electromagnetic energy for earth.How do you know its a chemical change and not a physical change?

  • SunChemical EnergyLight Travels to EarthLight Energy

  • Most of the sunlight is lost.It misses the earth entirely orIt hits a spot on the earth without a plant.The spot warms up and that thermal energy floats up into the sky.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMFw5Fhiq24

  • SunChemical EnergyLight Travels to EarthLight EnergyMost of Light Energy goes into space or does not hit a plant. It is out there but not useful to us.

  • DEF: PRIMARY PRODUCERSPlantsConvert sunlight to glucose (sugar)PHOTOSYNTHESISAll life on earth is dependent on them.

  • SunChemical EnergyLight Travels to EarthLight EnergyPrimary ProducersChemical Energy

  • DEF: HERBIVORESAnimals that EAT PLANTS for their energy.

  • Another example of an Herbivore...

  • HerbivoreChemical Energy in bodyThermal Energy*Floats Off Into Space*Animal uses energy to move (lost as friction) or to keep warm (heat goes off into space) all of that energy is hard to use ever again ENERGY FLOWS

  • CARNIVORES!Well, they are all not dangerous.ANIMALS that EAT OTHER ANIMALS to obtain energy.

  • HerbivoreChemical Energy in bodyThermal Energy*Floats Off Into Space*Animal uses energy to move (lost as friction) or to keep warm (heat goes off into space) all of that energy is hard to use ever again ENERGY FLOWSCarnivores

  • Energy is Flowing through from level to level most of it is lost as it floats into space.

  • Only 10% of usable energy flows onto the next level.Thus, the higher on the pyramid you areThe less efficient is your eating.It takes a lot plants to feed the insects and rodents to feed a hawk.

  • Upper CarnivoresYou know what I am talking about.LIONS, TIGERS, AND BEARS.

  • Oh My!

  • Last in the chain DEF: DECOMPOSERSThey recycle materialsTHEY EAT DEAD ORGANISMS to obtain their energy.MushroomsBuzzardsOh My!

  • Ecosystem Pyramid

  • Consider this choice:1) You can eat 1 pound of fruits and vegetables or2) You can eat one pound of hamburger.

    CONSIDER: It takes ten or more pounds of vegetables to make that one pound of hamburger.

  • Copy and Answer this question and then make a pyramid Haiku.The ecosystem pyramid has a wide bottom and small top because _______.HAIKU is 5 7 5.And/or a bumper sticker describing why you can help the world if you eat less red meat.

  • HaikuFor a cow to liveThousand pounds of plants must DIEVegetarian

    Energy Floats UpNot much left when you eat meatMany plants must die

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