My Latest Musings On 29 April, 2016

Here are my recent musings on patterns and connections In Nature.

This series of blog posts contains the most recent  Internet articles that interest me. They are sources for my musings and my research which I am happy to share with you.  If you find any of the articles interesting, I hope that you will offer your comments at the end of the list.

This set of musings focuses on teaching material that might be useful to educators who are preparing material on energy flow in Nature.

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Connections In Nature – A Webinar Presentation

This is a webinar presentation that I gave to the National Biodiversity Teachin earlier this year.

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ECOSYSTEMS AND HOW THEY WORK: CONNECTIONS IN NATURE

A series of lecture notes on the subject from recalde.tripon.com. This one page is part of a series which might provide you with good teaching material

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A “slideshare” presentation on connections in Nature. I like this one and may be using it in my classroom

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Some good images of food webs from Pinterest. These are things that can be used in your classroom presentations on connections in Nature.

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A nicely illustrated web page from National Geographic on food webs.

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Food Webs: Concepts and Applications from the Knowledge Project

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What is the difference between a food web and a food chain?

Basic teaching material from “Primary Homework Help”.

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A really great series of lessons by he BBC on feeding relationships

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Energy flow in ecosystems. A wikipedia page

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Energy Moving through Ecosystems

A lesson set from Portage

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Who eats what in the food chain? Trophic levels of food chains

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My name is Bill Graham. As a Marine Biologist who has worked in the US and Mexico for 30 years, I am a student of Nature, a teacher, a researcher, and a nature photographer. Through my work, I have acquired an ever growing passion for how everything in Nature is connected. Today, I travel extensively contemplating about, writing about, and photographing Nature’s connections. I also work with conservation projects in the USA and Mexico and mentor talented youth.

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