By Katelyn L. Kainin B. Madison S.
What is happening with the Northern Pike?
What is the problem with the Northern Pike?
Why is this happening?
What are the effects on the ecosystem?
How do the Northern Pikes affect climate change?
What is their specific location in Colorado?
Why is this happening all over the place? How did they get there?
What is currently being done to address this issue?
What is the link between climate change and the Northern Pike?
What is the link between photosynthesis and cellular respiration to the Northern Pike?
What effect does climate change have on the carbon cycle?
How has climate change, photosynthesis, and cellular respiration affected by or involved with the Northern Pike?
Climate change is involved with the northern pike because it is changing the climate by killing too many of the fish that help to control the climate so those fish are gone and it is killing our climate.
The Northern Pike eat the fish that eat the plants, making the plants grow at an alarming rate. Underwater plant population is increases. It’s also increasing the cellular respiration, the link is that the plants have more time to get the suns energy and the process of photosynthesis is increasing, same as cellular respiration.