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A series of free Science Lessons for 7th Grade and 8th Grade, KS3 and Checkpoint Science in preparation for GCSE and IGCSE Science.
Using Quadrats to Study Grassland Ecology
How to do a line transect?
Line transects are used when you wish to illustrate a linear pattern along which plant or animl communities change. They are especially good for showing zonation.
How to do both a continuous line transect and an interrupted line transect?
Using a Berlese Funnel or Tullgren funnel to Gather Soil Insects
Berlese Funnels can be used to gather soil insects and other organisms from soil samples.
How to use pitfall traps to sample invertebrate populations in an area?
Since it is not possible to count and identify all of the bugs and beasts on the ground, we can use a pitfall trap to get an idea of what's around. In order to do a pitfall trap, we need to dig a small hole in the ground in which we insert a pot level with the ground. Then, we place a small cover to protect it from predators and rain, but we want that cover to be raised so that the bugs and beasts that we're wanting to trap can get in and fall into the pot.
Sweep Net Technique
How to use a sweep net to collect insects?
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