They renamed it the "Marine Trophic Index" (MTI), and have mandated that
member countries report over time on changes ...
Read about the levels of the marine (ocean) food chain in this article from
Organisms in a community are linked through what they eat and what eats them.
A food chain is a single pathway connecting a producer with several levels of ...
Oct 8, 2009 ... Feeding relationships are often shown as simple food chains – in reality, these
relationships are much more complex, and the term 'food web' ...
Students investigate marine food webs and trophic levels, research one marine
organism, and fit their organisms together in a class-created food web showing a
Students use marine organism cards and trophic level classifications to identify
and describe food chains in several marine ecosystems.
Jun 12, 2006 ... Phytoplankton form the basis of life in the ocean. They use photosynthesis to
convert energy from sunlight into chemical energy (food). Some of ...
What's the difference between a food chain and a food web? How are food
chains different in different habitats? This lesson will teach you about...
Food energy in the marine environment comes from photosynthesis at the
surface or chemosynthesis at hydrothermal vents.
Food-chains. At the basis of all marine food chain is formed by small plants (
algae), when floating freely in the water collumn they are called phytoplankton