the health of ecosystems and the abiotic factors of a watershed;
The student will investigate and understand the natural processes and human interactions that affect watershed systems.
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Individual members of a population interact with each other. These interactions include competing with each other for basic resources, mates, territory, and cooperating with each other to meet basic needs.
competition, cooperation, social hierarchy, territorial imperative; and
analyze and interpret data about the effects of resource availability on organisms and populations of organisms in an ecosystem (LS.6 a)
provide examples to illustrate how organisms cooperate and/or compete with one another for resources (LS.6 b)
differentiate between the needs of the individual and the needs of a population.