Access Point #: SC.912.L.17.Pa.4

Recognize actions that are harmful to living things.
General Information
Number: SC.912.L.17.Pa.4
Category: Participatory
Date Adopted or Revised: 02/08
Standard: Interdependence

A. The distribution and abundance of organisms is determined by the interactions between organisms, and between organisms and the non-living environment.

B. Energy and nutrients move within and between biotic and abiotic components of ecosystems via physical, chemical and biological processes.

C. Human activities and natural events can have profound effects on populations, biodiversity and ecosystem processes.

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2000310: Biology 1
2000320: Biology 1 Honors
2000330: Biology 2 Honors
2000430: Biology Technology
3027020: Biotechnology 2
2000370: Botany
2000380: Ecology
2001340: Environmental Science
2000440: Genetics Honors
2002440: Integrated Science 3
2002450: Integrated Science 3 Honors
2000300: Intensive Science
2000390: Limnology
2002500: Marine Science 1
2002510: Marine Science 1 Honors
2000410: Zoology
2000800: Florida's Preinternational Baccalaureate Biology 1
7920015: Access Biology 1
2000315: Biology 1 for Credit Recovery
2002445: Integrated Science 3 for Credit Recovery
7920040: Fundamental Integrated Science 3
2001341: Environmental Science Honors
2001330: Meteorology Honors

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Video/Audio/Animation

Mount St. Helens: Rising From the Ashes :

In this NSF video and reading selection evolutionary biologist and ecologist John Bishop documents the return of living things to Mount St. Helens after the largest landslide in recorded history. This is a rare opportunity for scientists to get to study a devastated area and how it comes back from scratch in such detail.

Type: Video/Audio/Animation

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Video/Audio/Animation

Mount St. Helens: Rising From the Ashes :

In this NSF video and reading selection evolutionary biologist and ecologist John Bishop documents the return of living things to Mount St. Helens after the largest landslide in recorded history. This is a rare opportunity for scientists to get to study a devastated area and how it comes back from scratch in such detail.

Type: Video/Audio/Animation

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