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The Biology of Lakes, Ponds, Streams, and Wetlands DVD

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Grades 8–12.In this program, life is examined in terms of habitat, diversity, adaptation, ecological niches, and interrelationships. Presented in modular format, The Biology of Lakes, Ponds, Streams, and Wetlands uses stunning biological photography and up-to-date learning design to create a powerful teaching resource for the study of aquatic and marine life. Close-captioned. 45 minutes.

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Grade 8-12. In this program, life is examined in terms of habitat, diversity, adaptation, ecological niches, and interrelationships. Presented in modular format, The Biology of Lakes, Ponds, Streams, and Wetlands uses stunning biological photography and up-to-date learning design to create a powerful teaching resource for the study of aquatic and marine life. Close-captioned. 45 minutes. 2006.
  The Weedy Shallows places many of the organisms studied in biology into an ecological perspective. Hydras, planarians, annelids, aquatic insects, rotifers, and protists are all interesting organisms that provide food for fish and other vertebrates.
  Open Water Environments observes adaptations for planktonic life in Daphnia and other cladocerans, copepods, rotifers, and planktonic algae.
  Bottom Environment explores bacterial decomposition, recycling of materials, adaptations for bottom life, and ecological relationships in the bottom community.
  Stream Life, Inhabitants, and Adaptations takes a revealing underwater look at the highly specialized organisms that live in rapids, under rocks, and in slower waters.
  Vernal Pools investigates adaptations for life in temporary wetland environments.

 

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