Natural Ecosystem Change - Bozemanscience AP Environmental Video Guided Notes

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Guided Notes: Bozemanscience - AP Environmental Science - 010 - Natural Ecosystem Change

 

Copied from Bozeman Science: ‘Paul Andersen explains how the Earth's climate will natural change due to interactions between the Sun and Earth, volcanism, and plate tectonics. Species may go extinct leading to adaptive radiation or may move to a suitable climate. Primary and secondary succession are also discussed.’

 

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  • Total Time: 50 Minutes
  • Taking Notes - 35 Minutes
  • Discussion / Review - 15 MInutes

 

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02/02/19 - Initial Posting

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