Great Barrier Reef: Explain how energy moves through an ecosystem. Start with producers, move up to keystone predators, and complete the energy flow by including the decomposers.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 5, 2021, 12:13 am ad1c9bdddf
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Great Barrier Reef - Explain how energy moves through an ecosystem. Start with producers, move up to Keystone Predators, and complete the energy flow by including the decomposers.
Coral reefs are located in a nutrient-poor environment but are productive ecosystems.
Types of inhabitants of the Great Barrier Reef:
Plant like corals, massive corals, and staghorn corals, which are heterotropic consumers that derive their energy by symbiotic zooxanthellae
Fish groups: ...
This solution explains how energy moves through the Great Barrier Reef ecosystem, and outlines the various species that contribute to this cycle. The solution includes one reference.