symbiotic relationships; and
The student will investigate and understand interactions among populations in a biological community.
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natural processes, human activities, and biotic and abiotic factors influence the health of a watershed system.
An ecosystem is made up of the biotic (living) community and the abiotic (nonliving) factors that affect it. The health of an ecosystem is directly related to water quality (6.8 a).
measure, record, and analyze a variety of water quality indicators and describe what these mean to the health of an ecosystem (6.8 d).
identify abiotic and biotic features in the students’ local watershed (6.8 a, b)
explain the factors that affect water quality in a watershed and how those factors can affect an ecosystem (6.8 d)