New Holidays and More! How we celebrate and all the culture changes in our new planet
By: Olivia T., Glenn W., and Tyler H.
Breaking News Climate and Temperatures Biogeochemical Cycles And More!
Rainforest Biome Animals inhabiting
Butterfly Monkeys Bald eagle Buffalo Chimpanzee Dragonfly Parrot Squirrel Gold frog Owl Hawk Hummingbird Leopard Snakes Spiders Toad Gecko Mouse mosquitos
Mountain/Grassland Biome Animals inhabiting
Elk Deer Moose Sheep Mt. goat Red fox Rabbit Birds Llama Chinchilla Yak Cows Rooster Chicken
Map of Biomes
All small to medium sized fish Coral reefs Dolphins Crab Lobsters Octopus Squid Blue whales
Evidence and Reasoning
I chose the certain organisms for the biomes because the ones I chose are important to the survival of humans and other organisms. I made sure to pick organisms from each part of the trophic levels so predation and competition can be possible and the animals I know us humans live by. Some organisms are being brought over because they are a supply to help another organism. I stayed away from the poisonous animals because I know they are pointless to humans and whatâ€™s the point in having a poisonous frog to have to complete a food chain when you can have a nonpoisonous one. I also chose what organisms are popular to eat and have at Earth to have here. The reason we are doing this is so we can still have the familiar food we love at Earth here in Planet X. I chose animals that help one another and are able to give and take. Even though all the organisms being brought over may not be ideal for humans because of the way the react to us, some of them are very important to other organisms. For example, they could be a priority to deal with parasites and take care of other organisms. Some organisms are coming to Planet X because they are a necessity to humans such as making our clothing, supplies, etc. Overall, Planet X is trying to only have the organisms that we need to keep our planet function. If I doesnâ€™t help us, we are going to leave it behind.
Food Chains and Trophic Level Every organisms needs energy, so each organisms is accountable on another to keep it alive.
Grass (Producer (Tertiary)
Grasshopper (Primary Consumer)
Graph Water 30%
Nutrient Rich Soil 15% Sand 10%
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Biogeochemical Water Cycle
The water cycle circulates water so we never run out. First the water is on the surface and is constantly flowing everywhere and are used differently. Next, the water is evaporated in the air. After that it condensates and that is where clouds are formed. The last step is precipitation or in other words rain, snow, hail, or etc.
Carbon Cycle The carbon cycle first uses sunlight to give off energy. Then animal and plant respiration go up and begin the carbon cycle. First photosynthesis happens and that is with sunlight and plants and how we get energy. Next is organic carbon thatâ€™s comes and then decayed organisms. The dead organisms and waste products give off energy to fossils and fossil fuels. Next is where the roots have respiration. Another part of the cycle is when how auto and factory emissions go into the sky. This can disrupt the cycle if we use too much and pollute the planet too much.
Cycles Explanations here!
The nitrogen cycle is a sequence of events by which the atmospheric nitrogen and the nitrogenous compounds in the soil are converted.
Human Impact The human impact will affect our new planet drastically. With this new planet we will need to take things slow and make sure that our fossil fuels are used wisely and that our waste doesn’t get too large that it will take too long to decompose. The colonists will have to adapt to a new way of life and they will determine how well this planet is able to keep life alive. They will also have to make sure we don’t essentially have global warming in our new planet. We will be the deciding factor on whether this planet turns our good or badly. The colonists will either make or break our new planet and have a very big impact on it.
“How To” Section We want to keep Planet x as clean and nice as possible. With bringing over humans, we don’t want to ruin the beautiful planet we have been given. To reduce our “footprint”, we are really going to make recycling a priority. This is an important aspect in keeping our planet clean and reducing waste. Next, we are going to want to reduce emissions that go into our planet. Since transportation is important to our way of life, we are going to provide subways and bus transportation everywhere. If you need to travel we enforce this is how you transport. We will offer a lot of biodegradable food allow you to only give a certain amount of waste each week. This will help keep our planet clean and reduce our footprint as much as possible
Celebration! Cultural Changes
X day: On October 7th we will celebrate our new planet. In other words, this is Planet X’s birthday. There will be huge celebrations around the planet!
Green Day: Green day is where we go completely green as possible. On this day we won’t use any kind of emissions and have activities such as picking up liter.
Planet X will be a lot more “greener” than Earth was. Transportation should mostly be done by the subway, bus, or another public transportation. Other wise, biking/walking is acceptable. Recycling is going to be a priority and will be enforced. Solar panels will be a common sight to see in the X world and will be very useful to us. The weather for the most part will work the same way Earth’s did besides you shouldn’t expect temperatures to go above 100 degrees often http://www.yout or below 0 degrees. ube.com/watch? Wearing socks and sandals in Planet X is also very v=rVTi3pj7aeU fashionable.