81 thoughts on “Ecosystem Ecology

  1. Orka DRLJAČA Post author

    term we are using for edge effect, its ecoton(ekoton)…the border betwen two ecosystems, like betwen grassland and forest….others use the same….
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  2. donya goodarzi Post author

    is that biomass? 😄
    thank you, you are an active person.

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  3. Donna Woodard Post author

    We are starting Ecology Wednesday. Thank you for that presentation.

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  4. Palider Post author

    6:51 Pretty sure you didn't mean to say that. Carnivores eat animals, which are living beings, but plants are also living things.

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  5. Lip22Gloss Post author

    You are truly a gift from God Mr. Anderson!🙇🙇💜 Your videos have helped me so much throughout the years. I couldn't have done it without you!

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  6. DeathAngleZoe Post author

    Just wanted to tell you how grateful I am to have ever stumbled upon you and your incredible videos. I have always struggled with sciences, and usually got around 50 percents. Last year, I passed with an 83% in Biology because of you. You are a phenomenal teacher.

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  7. Arslaan Sofi Post author

    You are one of the best educator i've ever seen………….

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  8. Rifat Sajid Post author

    Mr. Anderson!! I'm so happy to see that you're still making videos for everyone! I can't even begin to tell you how important your videos were to me back in high school. I started to watch your videos again even while in university. They're always helpful!

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  9. shaeyl Post author

    First and foremost, you have awesome videos and I'm going to start using them in my high school classroom (I'm a brand new teacher!). Thank you for posting! I think there's a distinction should be made for edge effects (beyond the scope of the audience you're aiming for). I like to think of edge effects as the first example you provided (a natural edge or an old manmade edge that has had time to acclimate to the "new" conditions). However, the protected park example you gave is really an example of edge INFLUENCE, because the edge of the habitat is under the creeping influence of the edge: usually hotter, drier, increasingly fragmented, and often avoided by animals locally endemic to that original habitat. If you're interested, look up "Edge Influence on Forest Structure and Composition in Fragmented Landscapes" by Harper et al. 2005.

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  10. Hy Ong Post author

    thanks you so much !
    you really help a lot in my studies .

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  11. Fds Chan Post author

    Youtube God. You have helped me soooooo much over the past years with my GCSE revision(Excuse me, im from England) and i dont know where id be without your awesome videos. Keep upthe excellent work 🙂

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  12. Angelo Hernandez Post author

    I honestly wish you were my professor for every subject in college I have. I would learn so much more

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  13. Tuff Term Post author

    Great comparison with the mouth for food chains! Keep up the great videos.

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  14. Jamauri Hawkins Post author

    can you explain more in depth about niche please +Bozeman Science

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  15. Hikaru Hasama Post author

    Omg, I love u Mr. Bozemen u just saved my grade!!! Thank u so much!!!!!

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  16. Nick Drury Post author

    I love how in a ecosystem each living and non living thing plays a part in keeping their ecosystem in check almost like the three branches in America. Government

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  17. Nick Drury Post author

    Keystone species are also really interesting. Are humans keystone species or heavy consumers?

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  18. Kelly Jones Post author

    Thank you, so much. Great video. I really understand how you breaking down. Great Job. Love it.

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  19. Lĩnh finewithdis? Post author

    well the video is great, it just to fast for me. still I am thankful for the informative lesson.

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  20. Larry Lenau Post author

    As amazing as this video was, for some reason the main thing I took out of it was that he lives in Montana. Fascinating.

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  21. Eswien Faena Post author

    These videos are awesome and a great help!! Please continue what you’re doing! You are a great help to many students!!

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  22. Andy S Post author

    saw you at my previous school in Beijing and saw you again just about a month ago in my new school in Singapore. Great video and you are a great teacher/youtuber

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  23. 1990 Zastava Yugo Post author

    Big thanks, currently attempting to pass my apes exam in 9th grade and i have struggled throughout the the year with the course but your videos have been a big help

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  24. T Johnson Post author

    I have a question. What biome would islands like Bahamas or Jamaica have???

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  25. James Lee Post author

    so the bigger egde lords are just protecting a smaller…area?

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  26. Felipe Anerte Post author

    I'm from MS. …………… Class and I don't care about it sorry. Good job.

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  27. Felipe Anerte Post author

    Really that's so born. I don't want see the full video, but I need to 😴😴😪

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  28. Geosciences2019 conference Post author

    3rd International Conference on Ecology, Ecosystem and Conservation Biology March 18-19, 2019 Chicago, USA We welcome you to be a part and make it a great success!!

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  29. zoha qureshi Post author

    Hi Mr. Anderson,
    from India!
    loving your videos.
    Thank you For Sharing.

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  30. Dragon Fury 2016 Post author

    0:30 , 1:00 , 1:31 , 2:21 , 3:53 , 4:10 , 4:43 , 5:41 , 6:01 , 8:28 , 9:00 , 9:30 , 10:26 these are the parts in order from 1st to second for the second part of the assignment in bio for k12 homework sheet. this is for anyone who needs a quick skip to the parts for the assignments. -dragon

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  31. Victor Dionysus Alexander Post author

    Why does the edge effect happen? Why does there need to be an edge?

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  32. dana Post author

    love u mr anderson you are god 
    you are helping more than you knowwwwwwww

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  33. Amy Bella Post author

    We homeschool and use your videos to supplement. My 8th grader thinks you are amazing

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