BioBreakout #01: The Day I Decided Biology Needed Breakouts
This first attempt at a biology-themed breakout focuses on ecosystem-level biology, including one biogeochemical cycle, several species relationships, and predator-prey cycling. I've done my best to make it both challenging and educational, and I hope that you will agree.

There is a missing process in this biogeochemical cycle. Are you as puzzled as we are?

There is a pattern embedded within these relationships. Will it be visible to you?

The wolf and moose populations of Isle Royale have cycled together for decades, even enduring collapse.

The lynx and hare populations of northern Canada have cycled together for decades, with a clear pattern of interdependence between the two species.