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Freshman Integrated Project

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Suicide Rock, San Bernardino National Forest

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Freshman Integrated Project

Suicide Rock, San Bernardino National Forest California March 13 2011

Mackenzie Fahlgren Mr. Johnson Chemistry, 7 Due: April 7th, 8th 2|Page


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-Table of ContentsEcosystem Identification

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Biotic Factors

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A-biotic Factors

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Ecosystem

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Communities

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Symbiosis

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Predator/prey

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Photo Gallery

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Vegetation

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Animal Life

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Big Picture

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Human Impacts

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Conclusion

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References

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-Ecosystem Identification-

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Biotic Factors • Squirrels •

Coniferous Trees

• Crows

A-biotic Factors •

Annual rainfall of 15.12

Average temperature is 66.5 degrees F.

Yearly Snow Fall

Ecosystem Taiga, this cold climate that supports coniferous trees, and is found at very high latitudes extending across Eurasia and North America. Rainfall in this climate is moderately high but is spread throughout the course of the year, with snow covering the ground in winter. Lots of water accumulates, thus ponds, lakes and bogs are found everywhere, especially in glacially carved areas.

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Communities Pine forests, in North America dominated by the jack pine (Pinus banksiana), occur on sandy outwash plains and former dune areas. These are low nutrient, droughty substrates not tolerated by spruce and fir. Meadow, a tract of grassland in an upland area near the timberline. Home to grasses (Poaceae) and other herbaceous (non-woody) plants, along with a vast variety of mammals, reptiles, birds, and insects..

Symbiosis • Tick – Mammals: Tick act as a parasite on the Mammals (Parasitism) • Lichen – Tree: Lichen devours the dead matter of the tree while giving the tree nutrients (Commensalism)

Predator/prey Rattlesnake – Mice: Rattle snakes catch their food by ambushing prey and injecting their venom into the body’s of the prey. Mice though quick ar little match for these large reptiles.

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Red tail hawk – Squirrel: The Hawk sits atop a tall perch or fly’s large circles while looking intently at the ground searching for the movement of small mammals such as the squirrel. When the hawk spots prey it quickly dives and scoops it up.

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In front of the Sign

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-Vegetation-

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Cedar Cedrus deodara

Ponderosa Pine Pinus ponderosa

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Manzanita Arctostaphylos viscida

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-Animal Life-

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Western Fence Lizard Sceloporus occidentalis

Argentine Ants Linepithema humile 13 | P a g e


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Western Grey Squirrel Sciurus griseus

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-Lentic ecosystemConsisting of slow moving water, Lentic comes from the Latin root lentus, which means sluggish.

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-TaigaReceiving little annual rainfall the taiga is cold year round and supports large coniferous trees.

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-DecomposersConsisting of small herbivors and fungus the decomposers process dead matter and make it usable for future generations

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-Human Impacts-

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IssueDamage to the wildlife from the encroachment of nearby town causing littering, and the destruction of plant life.

SolutionIncrease the number of rangers in order to enforce park rules and remove litter.

IssueOver hunting of predators and the domestication of herbivores leading to an increase in herbivore populations which further damage the forest.

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-ConclusionWhile working on the freshman integrated project I learned of the problems facing the parks in California as well as giving me a better understanding of the biotic and A-biotic factors in the world’s ecosystems.

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-ReferencesPetrides, George, and Olivia Petrides. Western Trees. 1st . Boston, NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1998. 372. Print. "Lentic Ecosystem." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 27 Mar. 2011. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lentic_system_ecology>. "Taiga." Web. 27 Mar. 2011. <http://www.radford.edu/~swoodwar/CLASSES/GEOG235/biomes/t aiga/taiga.html>.

"Arctostaphylos Viscida." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 27 Mar. 2011. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctostaphylos_viscida>.

"Cedrus Deodara." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 27 Mar. 2011. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deodar>.

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