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Infographic: Ecology: The Study of the Place We Live

Ecology is a non-linear science and it can be difficult for students to visualize the interactions. Use this infographic to start conversations in your class about the relationships of ecology.

Just a few sobering facts about what we dispose of in our environment. #recycle #biodegrade

Do you know how long it takes for everyday items to decompose? Tons of litter ends up in our landfills each year and this can be easily avoided by recycling. Have a look at this at infographic by Life Hacks on how long everyday items take to decompose.

Loss of Biodiversity Infographic. Breaks my heart that our species can be so selfish.

Loss of biodiversity is a result of multiple environmental issues, such as: habitat destruction, poaching, overfishing, illegal hunting and the busine

The Aquatic Eco System Infographic - not sourced, but well-made

71 % of world’s surface is covered by water. The aquatic ecosystem can be classified as Marine ecosystem, Coral Reef ecosystem and Fresh Water eco

The world...

"The world without us." Oh, boo-hoo! Isn't that what environmentalists want? To be rid of horrible humans so Mother Earth can heal?

Three simple ways for science teachers to assess the level of understanding their students have of the levels of organization in the environment. Examples of living and nonliving parts of the environment can be classified by asking a series of questions.

STEM: Ecological Organization Formative Assessments

This file includes activities that can be used to assess students' understanding of biotic and abiotic factors and the levels of organization in the environment. A guide and answer key for each activity is included to assist in implementation. Biotic or

Why our seas are collapsing [Infographic] | MNN - Mother Nature Network

Why our seas are collapsing [Infographic]

Change the world for the better! The products you choose, thcauses you support and the ways in which you get involved can have real positive impact on the environment, ecology and the health of everyone we share this planet with.

An excellent example on how to build up backgrounds. This relates to proportion as well as structure when drawing. The buildings have to be similar in size, otherwise it won't be in proportion.

How much impact does one person have on the environment? Check out these surprising facts on what resources we use during our lifetime.

Showing older century students how much they impact the environment throughout their lifetime. Discussions would be around sustainability, managing resources for conserving future generations, and taking action in their own lives (Mackenzie & Edwards

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this is a great imagine that compares a healthy tree to a dead tree, just like your lungs. stop smoking! help your lungs 🚭

#DidYouKnow soils host 25% of our planet's #biodiversity? Explore with this infographic from @FAOnews #IYS2015

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Soils host a quarter of our planet's biodiversity. Soil is one of nature's most complex ecosystems: it contains a myriad of organisms which interact and contribute to the global cycles that make all life possible.