Science II

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Assignment 2: Exploring Earth’s Various Ecosystems

Instructions:

Select a terrestrial biome and an aquatic biome. Research your selected biomes and prepare a PowerPoint presentation illustrating the following:

· Characteristic climatic conditions

· Location

· Typical flora and fauna

· Environmental problems that are occurring in them

· Strategies that are being carried out to protect them

· Recommendations for the proper management of these biomes

Contribute a minimum 5 – 10 slides. It should include at least 2 academic sources, formatted and cited in APA.

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