B1.4.7 Measuring Environmental Change

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What effects the distribution of living things?
Temperature, Rainfall, Light, pH level and food (plants/animals they eat)
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What causes environmental changes?
Environmental changes may be caused by living and non-living factors.
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How can we measure environmental changes?
Environmental changes can be measured with non-living and living indicators.
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Give an example of a living and non-living factor that can change an environment.
Living: A new type of predator may move into the area. Non-living: The average temperature may fall.
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Give three different methods you could use to collect environmental data.
Rain gourge, Oxygen meters and dataloggers.
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What causes environmental changes?

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Environmental changes may be caused by living and non-living factors.

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How can we measure environmental changes?

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Give an example of a living and non-living factor that can change an environment.

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Give three different methods you could use to collect environmental data.

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