B Biology 4.1-4.2 Slides: Ecosystems & Energy Flow from Jacob Cedarbaum. Notice this covers 4.1 and 4.2.
Thank you Mr Andersen
4.2 energy flow from dabagus
Find a video lesson on this sub-topic at Dan Rott videos.
Energy Flow – FCPSBiology (6m 26s):
In Crash Course Biology Fungi: Death Becomes Them, Hank explains how fungi, which thrive on death, make all life possible.
BioKnowledgy 4.4 Climate change from Chris Paine.
Global Warming – a video by NASA (5m 49s):
How climate change will transform the planet:
Fantastic computer model from NASA showing how CO2 emissions across the world vary in a year (2006 in this case):
The Gulf Stream explained (in a nutshell, 5m)
WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE?
How are global carbon dioxide levels measured? (3m 30s):
Measuring climate change (10m 30s):
Drilling back to the future (the importance of ice cores in 6m):
WHAT CAN BE DONE?
Mr W sings ‘seven ways to reduce carbon’:
Mr W also sings Climate Change Rap 1, Climate Change Rap 2 and Climate Change Rap 3.
A clip from Al Gore’s film An Inconvenient Truth which includes ‘None like it hot!’
We don’t need to know about the t-test, but we should understand the rest of this presentation:
Statistical Analysis from Stephen Taylor
The joy of statistics:
The dangers of statistics:
How statistics can be misleading – a 4m video from TEDEd.
Courtesy of xkcd: