Land food webs multimedia activity
This multimedia activity was conceived as a complementary class activity for the lesson C4 provided in the OCE guidebook The climate in our hands - Climate Change and Land.
Through this activity, the students can study the predatory relationships and visualise the impact of climate change or human activities on six different land food webs: riparian ecosytems in Alaska, temperate forests, guyanese tropical forests, savannah, soil and one example of an agrosystem.
The food webs proposed are not all of the same complexity: it is up to you to choose the most adapted to your students.
- To start playing, click on the corresponding image, for each of the land food webs:
Riparian ecosystem in Alaska:
- If you prefer, you can download the files to your computer to play offline by clicking on the "Download the Resource" button at the top of this page.
- A "back door" allows you to proceed to step 2 (and even to step 3) of the animation without completing step 1. To do this, go to the menu and click on the "solution" button .
- The solution of step 2 of the animation (as well as an offline version, based on card games) is available in the teacher handbook "The climate in our hands - Climate Change an Land" (cf. lesson C4).