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Joelle H.
Graduate Student in Wildlife Biology and Conservation
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Natural Sciences
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Question:

What is wrong with looking at an ecosystem through a simple food chain?

Joelle H.
Answer:

Food chains are no longer able to contain the vast amount of inputs different species have on an ecosystem. Food webs that connect multiple different species and organisms through energy flow are much better at being able to show how an ecosystem is functioning. Additionally, when one species in affected in that ecosystem, we are able to see what that may do to others that were connected to it in the food web.

Environmental Science
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Question:

What is the main driver of global climate change that has marked the era of the anthropocene?

Joelle H.
Answer:

The main driver for this 6th mass extinction and cause of global climate change is human influence. More specifically release of methane and carbon dioxide, deforestation, and increase in population size.

Biology
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Question:

What are some of the main differences between a plant cell and an animal cell?

Joelle H.
Answer:

Plant cells have some additional features that animal cells do not even though they are both eukaryotes. For example, plant cells have a cell wall, chloroplast, and vacuoles.

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