Now you "sea," Now you don't Science Lab Ecosystems Physical Systems

Now you "sea," Now you don't Science Lab Ecosystems Physical Systems
Now you "sea," Now you don't Science Lab Ecosystems Physical Systems
Now you "sea," Now you don't Science Lab Ecosystems Physical Systems
Now you "sea," Now you don't Science Lab Ecosystems Physical Systems
Now you "sea," Now you don't Science Lab Ecosystems Physical Systems
Now you "sea," Now you don't Science Lab Ecosystems Physical Systems
Now you "sea," Now you don't Science Lab Ecosystems Physical Systems
Now you "sea," Now you don't Science Lab Ecosystems Physical Systems
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Title: Now You “Sea” Ice, Now You Don’t

Subject/Grade Level: Science/6-12

NGSS or Ca. Science Standards:

Ø PS2.C: Stability and Instability in Physical Systems - Why are some physical systems more stable than others?

Ø LS1.C: Organization for Matter and Energy Flow in Organisms - How do organisms obtain and use the matter and energy they need to live and grow?

Ø ESS2.D: Weather and Climate - What regulates weather and climate?

Lesson Objective(s) or Focus Question(s):

Ø How can data be represented graphically?

Ø How can multiple sources of evidence be used to explain ecosystem-level changes in the Antarctic Peninsula?

Ø What effects has climate change on the Antarctic Peninsula had on ecosystems?

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