Abiotic & Biotic Factors in the Yellowstone Ecosystem

Unit 2: Ecosystems
Lesson 4 of 28

Objective: SWBAT identify how the abiotic and biotic factors interact in the Yellowstone National Park ecosystem.

Big Idea: In this lesson, students will now apply their understanding of abiotic and biotic factors to a larger and naturally occurring ecosystem, Yellowstone National Park.

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Science, abiotic factors, ecosystem, biotic, global warming, model, real world applications, interaction, decomposition, biotic
  80 minutes
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