This Connecting Ecosystems & Climate activity also includes:
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Collaborators sort a set of cards into biotic and abiotic categories. Then, as a class, they discuss their work and relate each of the abiotic components to climate change. Finally, they form a web of components by connecting those that interact. While this may not be the most unique approach to studying impacts of climate change on ecosystems, it is fitting.
- A thorough background precedes the procedure
- Lesson plan is written in great detail
- Assessment options and resources are listed at the end of the procedure