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Texas Eco-Region

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Gulf Coast Prairie and Marsh Prezi by: Sarah Bertram, Jayalekshmi Manoj, Catly Le, Ahona Jabbar Major Cities in the Eco-Region Houston
Summer Temperature Range: 70-95 Degrees
Winter Temperature Range: 45-60 Degrees Natural Disasters Corpus Christi Climate Another place where these catastrophic events may occur in is Louisiana. Damage from tornadoes can cost millions of dollars. Tornadoes Hurricanes Homes and buildings can get destroyed in a hurricane. Floods During floods, homes can get flooded. Other Natural Disasters Oil Spills- Oil spills are a threat for marine animals.
Fires- Fires have had minimal impact because of agriculture practice. o oh Corpus Christi k S Succession in the Gulf Coast Is there any rainfall? Yes, there is rainfall. It averages from 30-100 inches. Major Rivers of the Gulf Coast San Jacinto, Trinity, Brazos, Nueces, and San Antonio Rivers What, there's more? Hey A Houston Go round round... At my door... Galveston Downtown... Go round round... Downtown... Downtown Talk it up....... Go Round Round... Pioneer Species Virginia Creeper Trailing Lantana Abiotic Factors Giant Salvinia Japanese Honeysuckle Brazilian Pepper Tree Downtown? Shrimp Tornadoes The Gulf Coast Aquifer is a major aquifer including the Jasper, Evangeline, and the Chicot aquifer. The water is used for irrigation, municipal, and industry. Plankton Oh no......! Food Web Krill Anemones Whooping Cranes Whales Cattails Muskrat Raccoon Eagles Food Chain Smile! Weathering
Windblown sand or dunes
characterized this region's soils. The elevation in the Gulf Coast region was dissected by the stream and rivers flowing into the Gulf of Mexico. Deposition
Gulf Coast Prairie and Marshes
have soil like acid sands, sandy loams,and clay.
(Sandy loams and clay occur
in river bottoms). WED Affects Erosion Surface Water
Most of the water supplies used
are from rivers rather than
reservoirs. (The rivers supply fresh water so that supports
the state's coastal fishing industries). Ground Water
The Gulf Coast region uses heavy supplies
of ground water, but it has some problems
due to a phenomenon known as
"subsidence." Ground water is used to surface water supplies.
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Pictures- Google Images Citations Biome:
The Gulf Coast Prairie and Marsh eco-region is in the Gulf Coast Prairie and Marsh biome. Food Pyramid Atlantic Spotted Dolphin Gills The dolphin's gills help it breathe
underwater. Dolphins use echolocation to
listen and to communicate to others. Communication Frogs have the ability to leap
and hop which can help get them
away from predators. Legs The frogs camouflage can help them
hide from predators and even hide when
trying to sneak up on prey. Camouflage Gulf Coast Toad Prairie Warbler Birds have different types of
beaks depending on how they
must use it. Some birds use their
beaks for gnawing on trees and more! Birds can also use their hair and
fuzz for comfort and warmth. Warmth The Stonecrop A few plants in the Gulf Coast are... And... The Wedelia Food Web Adaptations Now...time for a video! The End!! Thanks for watching! Climax Community: Grassland Prairies
Types of Grasses- Clover and Wire Grass Beaks
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