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Friday, February 3

  1. page Viktoria, N'dia, Hannah edited Decomposer Discovery Outside Describe the area in which you found a decomposer (ie. under some…

    Decomposer Discovery Outside
    Describe the area in which you found a decomposer (ie. under something? shady area? moist? dry?)
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    The ground temperature in that area was 9 degrees F.
    What sunlight rating would you give the immediate area using the following scale?
    Very Fairly Completely
    Sunny Shady Dark

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    {IMG_0007.JPG} {IMG_0010.JPG} {IMG_0009.JPG} {IMG_0007.JPG}Very Fairly Completely Sunny Shady Dark
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    see what people said about mold
    http://linoit.com/users/kscollazo/canvases/Moss
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Tuesday, January 31

  1. page Cameron C, Caleb, Frank edited ... Discovery Outside Describe the area in which you found a decomposer (ie. under something?…
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    Discovery Outside
    Describe the area in which you found a decomposer (ie. under something? shady area? moist? dry?)
    They were under and on moist trees.
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    Completely Sunny=1
    Fairly Shady=4 (choice=3)
    Very Dark=7
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    5:40 pm
  2. 5:28 pm
  3. page Tierra, Cherokee, Madisyn, Shelby edited ... What sunlight rating would you give the immediate area using the following scale? For the ra…
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    What sunlight rating would you give the immediate area using the following scale?
    For the rating we gave it a 7 out of 7. It was very,very dark.
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Monday, January 30

  1. page Cameron R, James, Jeffrey edited ... There was a part missing from the log. What is the temperature in the exact spot you found th…
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    There was a part missing from the log.
    What is the temperature in the exact spot you found the decomposer?
    It was 3080 degrees Fahrenheit.
    What is the ground temperature in that area?
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    temperature was 3494 degrees Fahrenheit.
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    you give thethe(abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz) immediate area
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    it a 4.6.
    {http://1112covedecomposers.wikispaces.com/site/embedthumbnail/placeholder?w=603&h=50}
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7
    Very Fairly Completely
    Sunny Shady Dark
    very sunny=1
    fairly shady=4
    completely dark=7

    The log {james_group_2.JPG} {james_group_1.JPG}
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  2. page Akash, Jon, Shaquan edited ... Shady Dark Our answer is 4, Fairly Shady. This This was a ... of the school year. svj…
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    Shady
    Dark
    Our answer is 4, Fairly Shady.
    This
    This was a
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    of the school year.svjool ear.
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  3. page Madigan, Mackenzie, Sara edited ... The ground temperature in the spot where we found our decomposers was 53 degrees Fahrenheit. …
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    The ground temperature in the spot where we found our decomposers was 53 degrees Fahrenheit.
    What sunlight rating would you give the immediate area using the following scale?
    1 2 (3)3 4 5 6 7
    Very Sunny fairly1
    fairly
    shady Completely4
    Completely
    Dark 7
    {decomposers_009.JPG} Picture of mushroom we took.
    {IMG_0011.JPG} Picture of a log that was near our mushrooms
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  4. page Cameron C, Caleb, Frank edited Decomposer Discovery Outside Describe the area in which you found a decomposer (ie. under som…

    Decomposer Discovery Outside
    Describe the area in which you found a decomposer (ie. under something? shady area? moist? dry?)
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  5. page Isahi, Steven, Alex edited ... What sunlight rating would you give the immediate area using the following scale? If the sun i…
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    What sunlight rating would you give the immediate area using the following scale? If the sun is out are spot it would be around a two.
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7
    Very Fairly Completely
    Sunny Shady Dark

    {001.JPG} This is a mushroom decomposing a pinecone
    {005.JPG} These are fungi decomposing a log
    Copy and paste everything above onto the wiki page.
    Insert the photos of your decomposer and its environment onto the wiki page. Make sure you include a caption for each photo.

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