Introduction to ecosystems
Introduction to ecosystems

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Introduction to ecosystems

4.3.1 Ecosystems and diversity

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This is an opportunity for you to share the links to and discuss your four iSpot observations and your deductions about their links with other organisms.

Go to the Week 4 forum [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)]   and discuss the following questions:

  • Are the four that you have observed linked to each other?
  • Can you make any links to other people’s observations?
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