# Is All This Burning Necessary? (Part 1/4)

Unit 14: Ecology
Lesson 1 of 4

## Big Idea: What makes one biome different from another? Find out today.

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Ecology, Science, cause and effect, Developing and Using Models, Systems and System Models, Ecosystem Dynamics, Scale, proportion, and quantity, Interdependence in Ecosystems, Using mathematics and computational thinking , Interdependence in Ecosystems, Using mathematics and computational thinking
66 minutes

### Ruth Hutson

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