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Ecosystems

example image What is ecology? How can it help us understand the world we live in? A 2005 revised and updated program ideal for life science and environmental studies.

Part 1. From Nature Study to Ecology. The naturalist tradition of Henry David Thoreau is contrasted with the hard science tradition of modern quantitative ecology. New video footage from Walden Pond and from Silver Springs, Florida, where Eugene and Howard Odum did their pioneering work in the 1950s.

Part 2. The Web of Life. Carefully outlines concepts used by ecologists to study ecosystems today. Program includes a look at how human values play key roles in environmental choices.

In Ecosystems the keys to scientific literacy include: abiotic, acid rain, biosphere, Rachel Carson, chemical cycles, consumer, decomposer, ecology, food chains, greenhouse effect, natural selection, niche, ozone, parasite, photosynthesis, predator, producer, quantitative, recycling, species, thermodynamics, Thoreau, toxic wastes.


Closed Captioned. Updated 2005. Secondary, College.

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