Ecosystems

Rebecca McNally
Mind Map by , created almost 6 years ago

Mind Map on Ecosystems, created by Rebecca McNally on 10/25/2013.

442
0
0
Tags No tags specified
Rebecca McNally
Created by Rebecca McNally almost 6 years ago
Ecosystems
gordonbrad
Physical Geography
hayleyelizabeth9
Galapagos Islands
katherine.crick
Area, Volume & Perimeter Mind Map
rory.examtime
AQA GCSE Physics Unit 2.2
Matthew T
AQA A2 Biology Unit 4: Populations
Charlotte Lloyd
B7: Further Biology
Matthew Law
Ecosystems
Jessica Phillips
IB Biology 5.1 Communities and Ecosystems (SL)
robertospacey
Coral Reefs
catherine.ellenj
Ecosystems
1 Temperate deciduous forest
1.1 Epping Forest
1.2 40-60 latitude
1.3 Maritime influence
1.4 Brown earth soil
1.4.1 pH 5
1.4.2 Nutrient rich
1.4.3 good drainage
1.5 bluebells ans snowdrops in spring
1.6 lose leaves due to transpiration
1.7 NET productivity 1,200gm/m2 per year
1.8 Climax vegetation- oak tree
2 Plagioclimax
2.1 Heather moorland
2.1.1 North yorkshire moors
2.1.2 red grouse
2.1.2.1 hunting
2.1.2.1.1 economic value
2.1.2.1.2 Local employment
2.1.3 SSSI
2.1.3.1 110 bird species
2.1.3.2 government must protect
2.1.3.2.1 global responsibility
2.1.3.3 75% in britain
2.1.3.4 90% inNational Parks
2.1.4 Burnt every 15 years
2.1.4.1 fire resistant
2.1.4.2 kill other plants and heather bettle
2.1.4.3 Prevent succession
2.1.5 Acid soil
2.1.5.1 pH 4
3 Ecological conservation area
3.1 Dulwich Upper wood
3.1.1 250 diffrent types of fungi
3.1.2 40 bird species nesting sites,owls
3.1.3 Lords and ladies, wood anemone, bluebells, yellow pimpernal
3.1.4 coppiced areas, wet areas and ponds, herb gardens, foxglove areas
3.1.5 foxes,hedgehogs, bats, butterflies, moths,dormice
3.1.6 Success: entrance fee,preserved species, cheap use of land, but maintance costs
4 Succession
5 Ecologies along routeways
5.1 Roads
5.1.1 London plane tree
5.1.1.1 aesthetic value- flaking bark
5.1.1.2 mess- fruit,berries, leaves, bark
5.1.1.3 pollution tolerant- hairs absorb pollution
5.1.1.4 pests and diesease- ralery affected
5.1.1.5 soil- poor+ salty
5.1.1.6 little space- tolerant to pruning
5.1.1.7 rarly blow over, shed branches
5.1.1.8 little canopy, intercept rain
5.1.1.9 birds, plants beneath
5.1.2 Kestral, scavendure birds
5.1.3 nitrogen rich
5.2 Canals
5.2.1 waterfowl
5.2.1.1 moorhens
5.2.1.2 Kingfisher
5.2.1.3 Ducks
5.2.2 Insects
5.2.2.1 dragonflies
5.2.2.2 Damsleflies
5.2.3 Aquatic plants
5.2.3.1 yellow flag iris
5.3 Railway lines
5.3.1 oxford ragwort
5.3.2 primrsoe and foxglove- light demanding
5.3.3 foxes+badgers
5.3.4 Brambles- nesting site for birds
6 Colonisation of wasteland
7 Rural urban fringe

Media attachments