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Freshwater Biome

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FC: Freshwater Biome | By: Aaliyah Russell, Kayla Fairchild, and Michaela Bradely

1: Climate | The temperature is cooler at the source than at the mouth of the water. The temperature varies depending on whether the wetland is found between a tropical to low temperate climate zone. During summer it gets as high as 71.6 degrees farenheit but during times of winter it gets as low as 39.2 degrees farenheit. The average water rainfall is between ten to eighty inches every year.

2: Geography | There is no definite location. This is because freshwater biomes consists of ponds, lakes, and rivers.

4: Biological Community Producers ALGAE A plant like organism that lives in water They take energy from the sun and use it to make food, just like plants do. Algae produces more than 71% of the earth's oxygen. In the freshwater biome it produces oxygen and protein within the freshwater biome.

6: BIological Community | Consumers in The Freshwater Biome water lilies Habitat: freshwater sites Population:1100 population Nutrition: photosynthesis position on the food chain:producer K:Plantae P:Tracheobionta C:Magnoliopsida O:Nymphaeales F:Nymphaeaceae G:Nymphaea L. S: Nymphaea alba L. ( depends on the water lily) Adaptation: water lilies are rooted but their leaves float to the surface of water to get their sunlight

8: Consumers in The Freshwater Biome Primary Consumers Snails Habitat: freshwater Population:57,999-60,000 Nutrition:eat decaying plants position on the food chain: primary consumer K:Animalia (Animals) P:Mollusca (Mollusks) C:Gastropoda (Gastropods) O:Stylommatophora F:Stylommatophora G:Pomacea S:moluska Adaptation: snails can adapt between PH6.5-8.5) over acid

10: Consumers in The Freshwater Biome Primary Consumers Worms Habitat: Pacific Northwest Population:20 million per square meter Nutrition: organic matter in the soil and plant matter position on the food chain: primary consumer K: animal P:annelida C: oligochate O:opisthopora F:lumbruicus territris G:lumbricus S:lumbricus territus Adaptation:

12: Consumers in The Freshwater Biome Primary Consumers Flies Habitat: among the freshwater area Population:1000+ Nutrition:eat nectar, plant sap, blood, other insects, and decaying matter position on the food chain: primary consumes K:Animalia (Animals) P:Arthropoda (Arthropods) C:Insecta (Insects) O:Diptera (Flies) F:Muscidae G:Lucilia, S:Luciliinae Adaptation: adapt according to the tempature

14: Consumers in The Freshwater Biome Higher Consumers Turtle Habitat: freshwater Population: ar10000 Nutrition position on the food chain: K:Animalia P:Chordata C:Reptilia O:Testudines F:reptiles G:Testudinoidea, S:Chelydridae Adaptation: they adapt to the tempatures and whatever is in the food chain

16: Consumers in The Freshwater Biome Higher Consumers fish Habitat: in the darkness of caves and in freshwater places Population:20 and 750 Nutrition: vitamins and proteins at the bottom of the ocean position on the food chain: high consumer K:Animalia Kingdom (animals) P:Chordata C: Vertebrata O:Acipenseriformes F:Cyprinidiae G:Barbus S: Puntius Adaptation: according to the food chain and the order of food.

18: Consumers in The Freshwater Biome decomposers Bacteria Habitat: bottom of the freshwater site Population:reproduces Nutrition: decomposer position on the food chain:decomposer K:Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae P:"Actinobacteria C:Schizomycetes O: F: G: S: Adaptation:

20: Mutalism:Mutualism is when both organism benefits from each other All organisms go together and it all depends on the way the food chain is.


22: damming of rivers b) pumping away of water c) contaminating the water with mining tailing runoff d) contaminating the water with agricultural runoff e) dropping pesticide "bait" into the water f) poisoning the water with toxic waste. g) fishing h) deliberate introduction of non-native predatory species, such as "stocked" trout, northern pike, Louisiana crawdads, red-eared slider turtles, African clawed frogs, bullfrogs, mosquitofish, and even alligators! i) deliberate or accidental introduction of other non-native species including water hyacinth j) paving the riverbed with gunnite

23: our human impact

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