Use evidence to explain how cyclical patterns in population dynamics affect natural systems.
Ecological Behavior and Systems
Analyze patterns of change in natural or human-made systems over time.
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Relate aquatic life to water conditions (e.g., turbidity, temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, nitrogen levels, pressure).
Identify the types of organisms that would live in a stream based on the stream’s physical characteristics.
Examine and explain what happens to an ecosystem as biological diversity changes.
Analyze the effects of species extinction on the health of an ecosystem.
Categorize aquatic organisms found in a watershed continuum from headwater to mouth (e.g., shredder, predator, decomposer).