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Arctic Ocean Ecosystem
Transcript of Arctic Ocean Ecosystem
I chose Arctic Cod, Copepod, Phytoplankton, Killer Whale.
The Arctic Ocean Sounds
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I chose Arctic Seaweed, Clam, Harp Seals, Killer Whale.
The Clam eats the Arctic Seaweed, the Harp Seals eat the clams, and the Killer Whale eats the Harp Seals. Arctic Seaweed produces its own food during photosynthesis.
White= Killer Whale
Gray= Arctic Seaweed
Food Chain 2:
I chose Arctic Willow, Zoo plankton, Bowhead Whale.
-Zooplankton - Krill
The killer whale is at the top of the food chain.It eats the Arctic cod and everything below it on the food chain.The Arctic cod eats the copepods and the copepods eat the Phytoplanlton. Phytoplanktons produce their own food through photosynthesis
Habitat:In the Ocean near the top of the Ocean.
Reproduction: They divide their cells when they reproduce, they reproduce multiple times a year.
What It Eats: It creates it's own food, when they make their own food it's called Photosynthesis.
What Eats It: All animals in the Arctic Ocean.
Human Use: Nothing. Humans don't use the phytoplankton for anything, just as a plant like it is.
Habitat: Tundra and Rocky Area.
Reproduction: During June and July.
What It Eats: Makes own food, uses Photosynthesis.
What Eats It: Most Herbivores eat it.
Human Use: Local people use the Arctic Willow for Medicine.
Habitat: In all of the world's ocean.
Reproduction: Several thousand eggs per year.
What It Eats: Phytoplankton
What Eats It: Fish, Penguin, or bigger animals.
Human Use: People use them for animal feed.
Habitat: The Arctic Seaweed lives near Shallow Water.
Reproduction: They split their cells many times a year.
What It Eats: Makes it's own food, uses photosynthesis.
What Eats It: Larger Animals eats the Arctic Seaweed.
Human Use: Humans eat it.
Habitat: They favor rough ground.
Reproduction: 9 000-21 000 eggs per year.
What It Eats: They eat Plankton.
What Eats It: Fish, and Seabirds eat them.
Human Use: Humans eat the Arctic Cod.
Habitat: Anywhere there is water like, Swamps or Seas.
Reproduction: Once a year they will reproduce.
What It Eats: Phytoplankton
What Eats It: Fish and seabirds.
Human Use: No Use. Humans have no use for the Copepod.
Habitat:Deeper Water is where they like to live.
Reproduction: In the Summer, Females will produce millions, 1 Million to 24 Million.
What it Eats: Plants, Alga, and Bacteria.
What Eats It: Fish and Seals.
Human Use: Humans eat the Clams.
Habitat: Shallow water near pack ice.
Reproduction: Late winter and early Spring, the calf is born in the spring.
What It Eats: Mainly eats Krill, and Copepods.
What Eats It: Near the top of the food chain, but can be eaten by a Killer Whale.
Human Use:Humans use them for Oil.
Habitat: Off shore pack ice, on water or on land.
Reproduce: In the Spring, 2 cubs per bear.
What It Eats: It will eat Seals and Copepods.
What Eats It: Killer Whales will eat the cubs.
Human Use:Some humans eat Polar Bear meat.
Habitat: Hard Soil, and a little of water is where they like to live.
Reproduction: Shoots spores many times, but it takes a long time to grow.
What It Eats: Eats anything dead that it finds, which makes it a decomposer.
What Eats It: Larger Herbivores will eat it like the Killer Whale.
Human Use: There is no use to humans for Arctic Moss.
Climate: In the Winter it's dark, and in the Summer it is Constant Daylight.
Temperatures:Slightly below 0* F.
Amount Of Precipitation: Less than 10 Inches per year.
An example of a mutualism relationship in the Arctic Ocean ecosystem is a lichen. Lichens are what becomes when algae and fungus become one. They demonstrate mutualism because the algae provides food, while the the fungus provides water. Since they both contribute something to each other it is mutualism.