Unit 1 - An Introduction to Ecoregions

The Place we call Home - An Introduction to EcoregionsEcoregions

1.1 Our Oregon- (NGSS Practices included 2,4,7,8)

1.1 Our Oregon Map Activity Handout

C-GEO Maps

General Reference Map, pg. 1
Rivers and Lakes, pg.30
PNW Watersheds, pg. 31
Topography, pg. 15

1.2  Oregon’s Diverse Ecoregions (NGSS Practices included  2,4,7,8)

Articulate Interactive E-Learning Module: Activity 1.2: Ecoregions

1.2 Oregon’s Diverse Ecoregions Outline Map Handout

C-GEO Maps

Ecoregions, pg. 14
Vegetation Zones, pg. 23
Forests, pg. 24
Wildlife Distribution, pg. 28

Ecoregions in Pictures

1.3 Analyzing the Relationship between Topography and Climate (NGSS Practices included 2,4,7,8)

1.3 Analyzing the Relationship between Topography and Climate map

C-GEO Maps

Rivers and Lakes, pg. 30
Physical Regions of the PNW, pg. 13
Climographs, pg. 22
Average January Temperatures, pg. 19
Average July temps, pg. 20
Average annual precipitation, pg. 21
Topography, pg. 15
Elevation Cross Sections, pg. 16

1.4 Oregon Crops and Climate (NGSS Practices included  2,4,7,8)

1.2 Oregon Crops and Climate map

C-GEO Maps

Vegetation Zones, pg. 23
Farms and Ranch Lands, pg. 41
Major Corps, pg. 42
Farm Products, pg. 43
Fruit Crops, pg. 44

Field Trip- Use the 4-H Habitat Data Sheet-

Oregon State Parks Guide: http://oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=v.page&id=50

County Parks information:

Lane http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/PW/Parks/Pages/default.aspx
Linn http://www.linnparks.com/
Benton https://www.co.benton.or.us/parks

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