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Life in Aquatic Environments

Modular presentation, stunning biological photography, and up-to-date learning design create a powerful teaching resource for the study of aquatic and marine life.
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Streaming License includes all individual programs listed below, as well as downloadable supplemental files.
BAE $75.00/yr
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Program 1: The Biology of Seashores
Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study of Seashores Chapter 2: Tides, and Abiotic/Biotic Conditions Chapter 3: Wave Shock and Defense Chapter 4: Feeding Chapter 5: Reproduction Chapter 6: Rocky Shore Habitat and Zonation Chapter 7: Sandy Beach/Mudflats/Docks
BAE-001 $25.00/yr
Program 2: The Biology of Lakes, Ponds, Streams, and Wetlands
Chapter 1: Introduction to Still Water Environments Chapter 2: The Weedy Shallows Chapter 3: Open Water Environments Chapter 4: Bottom Environment Chapter 5: Vernal Pools Chapter 6: Stream Life, Inhabitants, and Adaptations
BAE-002 $25.00/yr
Program 3: Exploring Vernal Pools
Chapter 1: Protozoans: Paramecium, Vorticella, Nassula, Peranema Chapter 2: Algae Chapter 3: Bacteria: Decomposer Bacteria, Cyanobacteria and Others Chapter 4: Rotifers: The Smallest Animals, Free-swimming and Colonial Varieties Presented Chapter 5: Flatworms: Two are Featured, A Predator and a farmer species that hosts algae cells withi Chapter 6: Ostrocods: Tiny Crustaceans that Feed on Detritus Chapter 7: Water fleas: featuring Daphnia. Shows eggs and physiology Chapter 8: Copepods: the most abundant crustaceans on Earth Chapter 9: Clamshrimp: found only in the muddy bottom of vernal pools Chapter 10: Fairy Shrimp: They filter the water to feed on microorganisms Chapter 11: Tadpole Shrimp: another of the three Eubranchiopods studied Chapter 12: Insects: Larval stages of damselflies, dragonflies, diving beetles and midges
BAE-003 $25.00/yr