Ro ck x SOIL Tree Flower Acorn Deer Indian Bluestem Side Oat Grama Buffalo SOIL x x x x x x x x SOIL x x spiderwort x rabbit x owl x SOIL x ??? sporobulous x FIRE SOIL x x Leguminous herbs x SOIL x gopher fox eagle feather SOIL x beaver crayfish racoon cottonwood
SOIL Indian Water OCEAN
x x How does X get into
the gopher? How does x get from the air
into the legumes ? x x x x How does x get
from the owl to
the soil? What's a sporobolous? Start here at
the Rock. This is buffalo...
you know. uh oh. if x is nitrogen if x is phosphorous or
potash. (What's potash?) Do you see a pattern
here with the soil and X? We know it's
really a bison. grass more
grass No, the tree
isn't in the story.
But the owl needs
to eat somewhere. Where does x go
Can you tell a story
that would get x back
on dry land?
Hint: Think of the rock cycle.
And if X is back in the rocks what might happen? Welcome to the Story of the Atom known only as
X. As someone (your teacher? you?) reads the story of "Odyssey", follow along on the map of its journey.
Start at the Rock to the lower left. Listen to the story and see where X goes. Can you explain the processes that are moving x around?
You can move through the presentation using the sideways arrows or carrots. You can zoom in and out using the zoom bar to the right. Pan the presentation by clicking and grabbing.
If the tree
produced an acorn,
what kind of tree do
you think it was? Where did x go?? x x x For once, x is not in
the soil, although its friends
and relations are. When there are too many nutrients in the water, water quality is affected. But x isn't at large in the water. Keeping going. Wait. Where's the Indian? Doesn't the story say something about an Indian? Why isn't the Indian here? num num num Nest xSee the full transcript