Aquatic ecosystem

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  • Before we go, who can tell me what a Aquatic ecosystem is?
  • Field trip to Aquatic ecosystems today!
  • An Aquatic ecosystem is an ecosystem in a body of water.
  • Is this an example of an Aquatic ecosystem?
  • Yes. Examples if an Aquatic ecosystem includes wetlands, lake ecosystems, river ecosystems, coral reef, oceans, etc.
  • Why do oceans move?
  • Oceans are always moving because wind transfers its energy to the water, and big wave can travel over long distances.
  • Why are Aquatic ecosystems important?
  • Ecosystems contain both the living plants and animals and the nonliving elements which they depend on.
  • How can humans affect Aquatic ecosystems?
  • Human effects on aquatic ecosystems can result from pollution, changes to the landscape or hydrological systems, and larger-scale impacts such as global climate change.
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