Ecology: Ecosystem Structure and Process

Carolina has everything you need to teach ecology. Ecology is the foundational study of how organisms interact with each other and the planet.  A complete study of ecology may include investigating the biotic and abiotic factors of biomes, the structures of ecosystems, the processes at work within ecosystems, interactions among species in an ecosystem, and ecosystem sustainability. This complex topic is broken down into three sections: ecosystem structure, ecosystem interactions, and ecosystem sustainability.


What Is a Light Year?

Understanding Unfamiliar Units This activity gets students out of their desks to practice measuring and manipulating units in a fun, […]

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Water Quality Monitoring

Make an Environmental Connection You’ve probably seen it on a bumper sticker, “Think Globally, Act Locally.” Have you ever thought […]

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Meteor Shower Guide

What is a meteor? When is your best chance to see a meteor? Get the details in this brief guide. […]

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Plant Biodiversity Field Activity

Take your class outdoors to study biodiversity. What is biodiversity? Simply stated, biodiversity is the number and variety of organisms […]


3-D Imaging: The Mystery Unlocked

Seeing the Solar System in a New Dimension Moviegoers are demanding more from their sensory experience, and 3-D viewing has […]