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Temperate Rainforest Ecosystem

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Riley Kennedy

on 23 September 2013

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Temperate Rainforest Ecosystem
Food Chain 2
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By Riley Kennedy
Organisms
Plants:
Western Red Cedar
Douglas Fern
big leaf Maple
Animals:
Callembola
White tailed deer
Elk
flying squirrel
spring tail
water strider
gray jay
cougar
sharp shinned hawk
raccoon
trout
beaver
black bear
One food chain that exists in this eco system is:
Food Chains
big leaf maple
White tailed deer
Cougar
The energy is transferred from the big leaf maple to the white tailed deer to the cougar.
Another food chain that exists in the temperate rainforest.
Douglas fern
Collembola
Flying squirrel
sharpshinned hawk
Energy is transferred from the fern to the collembola to the flying squirrel to the sharp shinned hawk.
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western cedar
douglas fern
bigleaf maple
Animals that live in this
ecosystem are:
springtail
Collembola
white tailed
deer
cougar
flying squirel
water strider
Sharp shinned hawk
Black bear
In this food web the producer, western ceder transfers energy to the springtail and the Collembola then the springtail transfers its energy to the water strider and the flying squirrel and the collembola transfers to the flying squirrel. the water strider transfers to the sharp shinned hawk and the squirrel transfers its energy to the black bear
Producers:
100,000
Primary
consumer:
10,000
1,000
Secondary
consumers:
Tertiary
consumers:
100
Ecological pyramid
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http://www.fao.org/docrep/004/y3582e/y3582e08.htm
http://www.world-builders.org/lessons/less/biomes/rainforest/tropi_rain/rainweb.html
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