Estuary Food Webs: Links for Students

Biology Project: Gone Fishing

You will be provided with data to help you decide how and where fish are located in the ocean.
http://www.coolclassroom.org/cool_projects/lessons/biology/biology.html

Features: Hands-on Investigation, Graphics/Multimedia, Assessment, Data Sources, Inquiry

Mudflats and Beaches

Read about the communities that make up a mudflat and the ecological processes that take place there.
http://www.habitat.adfg.state.ak.us/geninfo/kbrr/coolkbayinfo/
kbec_cd/html/ecosys/estuarin/mudflats.htm


Features: Graphics/Multimedia

Estuarine Food Chains and Webs

Estuaries are areas of great diversity. Read about the many organisms participating in estuarine food webs and how they interact.
http://egov.oregon.gov/DSL/SSNERR/docs/EFS/EFS29estchain.pdf

Chewin' in the Chesapeake: Food Webs & the Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States. Every day decisions are made that impact the bay. See the impacts of change and development on the food webs in the bay.
http://www.bcps.org/offices/lis/models/foodwebs/index.html

Features: Lesson Ideas, Assessment, Inquiry

Glossary of Food Web Terms

This page provides an online resource for food web terms and their definitions.
http://www.bcps.org/offices/lis/models/foodwebs/glossary.html

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