Lifetime of a tree

   

From our study

  • Temperature is a physical  quantity expressing hot and cold. It is measured with a thermometer

Biotic Factors:​

  • Canadian Goose​
  • Duck​
  • Frog​
  • Fish​
  • Snail​
  • Squirrel​
  • Insects​
  • Trees​
  • Grass​
  • Plants

 

ABIOTIC FACTORS:​

  • Rock ​
  • Soil​
  • Water​
  • Air ​
  • Sunlight​
  • Temperature

 

CANADIAN GEESE

GEESE LIVE AROUND PONDS, RIVER AND LAKE SHORES. THEY EAT AQUATIC VEGETATION, GRASS, ROOTS AND YOUNG SPROUTS. THEY BUILD THEIR NEST WITH GRASS PLANT MATERIAL AND LINE IT WITH FEATHER DOWN.

 

Biological Community

i have decomposer, when plants and animals die, they become food for decomposers like bacteria, fungi earthworms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

i have consumer, they eat insects, worms and fish, their diet includes green vegetation and grains. the canadian goose eats a variety of grasses when on land.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

i have producer, producing food for primary consumer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ecologically Linked:

Symbiotic Relationship:

I think the symbiotic relationship of animals in blakeburn lagoon is mostly predation because some species, or acting as a predators, are feeding themselves with other species or the prey.

 

 

Sustainability:

Environmental, stormwater, air quality, natural resources.

Social: access and equity human health and safety recretion, culture and aesthetics.

economic: resource management fiscal responsibility movement of goods and people

don’t disturb the animals and they habitat.

 

First people’s link: Traditional uses of the berries, leaves, and roots are thought to be important factors. historically, native cultures would peel the roots of the plants and eat them with salmon and salmon eggs (sims)…. The salmon berry was one a widely used and significant plant to the indigenous people of the pacific  Northwest.

 

Conclusion: My story is about tree. the first tree came to the lagoon, mainly because it was probably either planted or naturally grow in the lagoon. i think the trees were given was so it could give air to animals and humans. it’s at the lagoon because back then there were farms and they would be farming fruits and plants.