After reading about how much of the energy consumed is transferred to the next trophic level of a food web, complete the following mathematical representation of the relative change in trophic levels in an ecosystem.
How many owls might be supported in this food web representation?
**This is not meant to be an accurate evaluation of mass or energy, but to show a relative amount of biomass available at each trophic level.
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Amsel, Sheri. "Biomass Performance Task - Cycling of Matter and Flow of Energy among Organisms in an Ecosystem (HS)" Exploring Nature Educational Resource ©2005-2023. March 20, 2023
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