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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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