Emphasis is on Arkansas-specific biodiversity and nonbiodiversity, water habitats, and native vegetation. Evaluation techniques could include the use of quantitative analyses and comparison of the relationships among interdependent factors including boundaries, resources, climate, and competition. Arkansas examples could include predator/prey relationships (bass/feeder fish), biodiversity (cave systems and endangered species such as the Ozark Big-Eared bat), producer/consumer relationship (pine tree/Japanese beetle).
Emphasis is on Arkansas-specific biodiversity and nonbiodiversity, water habitats, and native vegetation
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