Project #10174 - Species interaction/Ecology

Question 1.  Define invasive species and discuss the problems associated with iynvasion. Use the Internet to assess your State Department of agriculture or fish and game department to find examples of exotic species (plant or animal) That have been introduced into your area that are having negative effects on the native plants and animals. Often this will be listed under the state fish and game department or your states agricultural Extension service. Pick a specific invasive species that has invaded your area. Describe where it came from, how it got to your area, the damage that it is causing, and what is being done to remove it. Also, offer suggestions for what might have been done to prevent it's invasion in the first place.   Be prepared to discuss the general problem of invasive species and the harm that they cause economically  and related to loss of native biodiversity.

To help you answer the question above, my area is the state of Nevada. The minimum length is 1-2 pages double space. 

 

Question 2: Consider the meaning of the term ecology. How did the idea of energy and chemical cycles, community structure, biodiversity and succession fit together to form the basis of the way the natural world works? Explain how each of these ideas works and find ways to link between them. Present examples from your experience to demonstrate an understanding of the principles involved. 

- The minimum length for this assignment is 1200 words. 

- use APA format for a reference. 

Subject Science
Due By (Pacific Time) 08/02/2013 12:00 am
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