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rabies
antibiotics
mountains
environment
hurricane
species
habitat
burrows
endangeredanimals
burrowingowl

Word Search !

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climate change
destruction
ecosystem
endangered
Environment
extinction
global warning
habitat
habitat lost
natural resources
organisms
species

Biodiversity Word Search

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abundance
adaptations
animal
biodiversity
biological
biome
climate
ecosystem
environment
extinct
factors
habitat
key
living
organism
pitfall trap
plant
quadrat
species
variability

Human/Global Impact Crossword

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A group of similar organisms that can breed and produce fertile offspring species
The average weather conditions in an area over a long period of time climate
A group of individuals that belong to the same species and live in the same area population
Place where an organism lives habitat
organism's role, or job, in its habitat niche
The removal of trees faster than forests can replace themselves. deforestation
Large geographic area with a similar climate and ecosystem biome
the living organisms in an ecosystem biotic
Any nonliving component of an environment abiotic
the diversity of plant and animal life in a particular habitat (or in the world as a whole) biodiversity
species whose population size is rapidly declining and will become extinct if the trend continues endangered species
Species that is likely to become endangered. threatened species
no longer present anywhere in the world; could be biotic or abiotic. global extinction
permanent elimination of a species from earth; irreversible loss species extinction
the loss of living space due to human activity or catastrophic events habitat loss
plants and animals that have migrated to places where they are not native invasive species
An increase in population over a period of time population growth
Release of harmful materials into the environment pollution
the use or extraction of a resource until it is depleted over exploitation
The process of making new products from materials that were used in another product. recycle
using a resource over and over in the same form reuse
to use less of something reduce
a piece of land where waste materials are dumped dump
A low area of land that is built up from deposits of solid refuse in layers covered by soil. landfill
A measure of how much an individual consumes, expressed in area of land by soil. ecological footprint
All the different populations that live together in an area community
a community of organisms and their abiotic environment ecosystem
Habitat Destruction, Invasive Species, Population, Pollution, Overharvesting HIPPO

Ecology Vocab Words Word Search

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oxygen
water
nonliving
dead
alive
environment
species
prey
predator
habitat
food chain
competition
abiotic
biotic
community
populations
ecosystems
Ecology

biological diversity Crossword

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the difference between species diversity
the life and environment around the species community
how many and what lives in the environment population
where the species lives habitat
where an organism lives and what it dose in its habitat niche
a species describes a particular kind of organism species
the different breeds of a species variation
the weather in the environment climate
light from the sun sunlight
the most important substance for life water
the different within a breed of species diversity within species
the difference between species diversity between species

Environmental science crossword

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The study of how organisms interact with each other Ecology
All living things and their physical environments within a particular area Ecosystem
Change over time Evolution
An organisms habitat resource use and fundamental role in a community Niche
The variety of organisms in an area Biodiversity
Able to meet current demand for a resource without depending the future supply Sustainable
Largest group of organisms In which 2 individuals can produce fertile offspring Species
The process by which new species are generated Speciation
The Disappearance of a species from Earth Extinction
The extinction of an organism or species in one area Extirpation
Anything an organism needs to survive Resources
Killing of an animal illegally Poaching
Any part of an ecosystem that is living or used to be living Biotic factor
Members of a species that live in the same area at the same time Population
Matter that makes up earth and it's atmosphere Geosphere

Hoot Word Search

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Description

PANCAKE
DANA MATHERSON
BURROWING OWLS
ROY EBERHARDT
TRACE MIDDLE SCHOOL
OFFICER DELINKO
BEATRICE
MULLET FINGERS
CROCODILE
BULLDOZER
HOOT

WILDLIFE CROSSWORD

Type
Crossword
Description

All free ranging vertebrates in their naturally associated environments. WILDLIFE
The condition where in the breeding, care and feeding of animals are more or less controlled by man. DEMESTICATION
Domestic Animals which have reverted to the wild state. FERAL ANIMALS
The art of making land produce valuable populations of wildlife. WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
The habitat of earth occupied by living organisms. BIOSPHERE
All the materials and processes in the surroundings of an organisms or population. ENVIRONMENT
The study of relationships between organisms and the environment. ECOLOGY
It is the kind of biotic community, or set of biotic communities in which an animal or population lives. HABITAT
Te combination of biotic community and physical environment. ECOSYSTEM
Biological changes that fit an animal for survival and reproduction within a particular environment or within a limited range of environments. ADAPATATIONS
A term referring o forest. SYLVATIC
Any materials provided by nature from which living things draw their substances. NATURAL RESOURCES
A two-way movement, usually between seasonally used home ranges. MIGRATION
The cessation of existence of a species or group of taxa reducing biodiversity. EXTINCTION
Pairing male and one female for at least one breeding season. MONOGAMY
A group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding. SPECIES
A range of different species. DIVERSITY
An animal that feeds on plants. HERBIVORE
An animal that feeds on flesh CARNIVORE
An animal that eats both food of both plants and animal origin. OMNIVORE
A region of transition between two biological communities. ECOTONE
Resources are limited in that environment. LIMITING FACTOR
An area of cooperation. TRANSITION ZONE
An animal born in a specific habitat. NATIVE
An ecological unit composed of a group of organisms. COMMUNITY

Interactions Within Ecosystems Crossword

Type
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Description

Average weather pattern of a region. Climate
Interactions between the abiotic and biotic features of an area Ecosystem
In every community, each species has a particular place where it lives. This place is called its _____________. Habitat
Non-living Abiotic
Single organism Individual
Local conditions that change from day to day. Weather
Living Biotic
A group of organisms who can successfully reproduce among themselves Species
An inherited characteristic that helps an organism survive and reproduce in its environment Adaptation
Large area with characteristic climate, soil, plants and animals. Biome
A scientist who studies the abiotic-biotic interactions within an environment Ecologist
A group of individuals of the same species, living together in one place at one time. Population
All of the different population that live together in one area. Community
In every community, each species has a particular place where it lives. This place is called its ______. Habitat
The biome that is cold, dry and treeless with less than 25 cm of precipitation per year is the _________ Tundra
How many biomes occur in Canada? Four
The Boreal forest is the largest biome in Canada. The dominant organism is: Evergreens
If an animal can not adapt to its environment and therefore can not exist. We say it has become _______________ Extinct

ECOLOGY Crossword

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Description

non living factors that effect an organism ABIOTICFACTOR
an organism that eats only meat CARNIVORE
the number of people, other living organisms, or crops CARRYINGCAPACITY
a group of interdependent organisms of different species growing or living together in a specified habitat COMMUNITY
an organism, especially a soil bacterium, fungus, or invertebrate, that decomposes organic material. DECOMPOSER
an animal that feeds on dead organic material DETRITIVORES
The ecological role and space that an organism fills in an ecosystem. ECOLOGICALNICHE
The progressive replacement of one dominant type of species or community by another in an ecosystem until a stable climax community is established. ECOLOGICALSUCCESSION
the scientific analysis and study of interactions among organisms and their environment ECOLOGY
to represent the flow of food energy and the feeding relationships between organisms FOODCHAIN
A graphical model showing the interconnecting food chains in an ecological community FOODWEB
an organism that eats only plants HERBIVORE
Non-native species disrupting and replacing native species INVASIVESPECIES
A factor present in an environment that controls a process, particularly the growth, abundance or distribution of a population of organisms in an ecosystem. LIMITINGFACTORS
both benefits MUTUALISM
an organism that eats plants and animals OMNIVORE
the amount of organisms of the same species in an area POPULATION
one is predator, one is prey PREDATION
an organism that makes its own food PRODUCER
A position in a food chain or Ecological Pyramid occupied by a group of organisms with similar feeding mode. TROPHICLEVEL
a biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment ECOSYSTEM
the increasing concentration of toxic substances within each successive link in the food chain. BIOTICFACTORS
a species that has a disproportionately large effect on its environment relative to its abundance KEYSTONESPECIES
An organism that generally obtains food by feeding on other organisms CONSUMER