How do changes in climate affect living things in their environment?
How are organisms and their environment linked together?
The survival of organisms in a biome is affected by living and nonliving factors.
Terrestrial biomes and aquatic communities have similar, yet unique characteristics.
Organisms are interdependent on their environment and each other.
Predict and demonstrate an understanding of how changes in environmental conditions (either from human impact and/or from natural cycles) can affect survival from the organism level to the community level.
Analyze the impact of changes to any one biotic or abiotic factor within an ecosystem on all other components within that ecosystem.
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