Collect information to answer your questions.
Use the CD Populations and Ecosystems to begin your research. Material contained in the CD will be most helpful.
Populations and Ecosystems. CD-ROM. Berkeley, CA: Delta Education, 2004.
Worldbook Online-A great electronic encyclopedia to get you started
- Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: U.S. Fish and Wildlife
- Cimarron National Grassland: U.S. Dept of Agriculture
- Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area: U.S. Park Service
- El Yunque Caribbean National Forest: U.S. Forest Service
- Everglades National Park: U.S. Park Service
- Florida Keyes National Marine Sanctuary: (NOAA) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- Mono Lake Tufa State Reserve California State Parks
- Monongahela National Forest U.S. Forest Service
- Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (NOAA) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- Saguaro National Park U.S. Park Service
- Yellowstone National Park U.S. Park Service
Link to an expanded list of websites for each ecosystem to explore issues and controversies.
Search the Internet for other informative websites.
Be sure to keep track of the resources you used to find your information. Do this by studying the information on Citing Your Sources and using the tools you find there.