Environmental Science Terrestrial % Aquatic food webs

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The assignment is below.  I need a well written response.  It does not have to be long just well written


 I want you to think of your place in both terrestrial and aquatic food webs.  To do so, keep track of what you eat in one day, and trace the energy it contained back to its photosynthetic source.  For example, I just munched down a granola bar, and the energy it contained was solar energy converted to the chemical energy by the oat, rice, etc. terrestrial plants contained in the granola bar.  So, I was an herbivore consuming a collection of producers.  Sometimes I'm carnivorous and eat higher on the trophic pyramid.  You do not need to describe EVERYTHING you ate, but do summarize the following points - (1) Do you eat on the same trophic level in both terrestrial and aquatic food webs?  (2) Then, name the yummiest whole food (not a casserole, or other dishes with multiple ingredients) you ate that day and trace the energy it contained back to its photosynthetic source.


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