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Unit #2 Review. Grade:. «grade». «subject». Subject:. «date». Date:. 1. The most famous deep sea submersible is named. A. Alvin. B. Beebe. C. Pichard. D. Deep Sea #5. 2. Which of the following is an example of an organism using chromatophores:. B. A. D. C. 3.

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Unit 2 review

Unit #2 Review

Grade:

«grade»

«subject»

Subject:

«date»

Date:


Unit 2 review

1

The most famous deep sea submersible is named

A

Alvin

B

Beebe

C

Pichard

D

Deep Sea #5


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2

Which of the following is an example of an organism using chromatophores:

B

A

D

C


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3

Which of the following is NOT an accurate description of coastal waters:

A

They are euryhaline & eurythermal

B

They are relatively shallow & adjoin continents

C

They are isothermal in the midsummer & midwinter

D

They are heavily used for commerce & recreation


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4

Minamata disease is associated with which toxic element:

A

Cadmium

B

Lead

C

Petroleum

D

Mercury


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5

The earliest recorded sea voyage was by the

A

Egyptians

B

Greeks

C

Phoenicians

D

Polynesians


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6

All of the following are adaptations for plankton dealing with the viscosity of water EXCEPT:

A

Warm-water copepods have many appendages

B

Many plankton have a small surface area to volume ration in order to maximize the buoyant force of water

C

Many plankton produce a small amount of oil to help keep themselves lower in the water column

D

Cold-water copepods are more hydrodynamic


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7

All of the following zones are aphotic EXCEPT:

A

hadal

B

mesopelagic

C

bathypelagic

D

abysopelagic


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8

The largest ocean garbage patch can be found in the:

A

Atlantic Ocean

B

Pacific Ocean

C

Arctic Ocean

D

Indian Ocean


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9

The Phoenicians

A

invented the compass

B

where the first to drill for oil

C

stayed within sight of land while on the water

D

invented fish hooks


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10

Which of the following is FALSE when considering coastal wetlands:

A

They are ideal locations for larger predators to hunt

B

They can be found in low & mid latitudes

C

The water is considered brackish

D

They are defined as saturated areas that border coastal environments


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11

Bioaccumulation can be defined as:

A

The amount of energy that is retained with each increasing level of the food chain is only 10%

B

90% of the energy from the lower-levels of the food chain is l ost to the environment as thermal & other forms of energy

C

A substance building up in the tissues of organisms and increasing in toxicity up the food chain

D

A substance building up in the tissues of higher-level organisms & causing a toxic trickle-down effect on lower-level organisms


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12

An organism that survives by being part of the deep scattering layer (DSL) would most likely be found in which of the following zones:

A

Hadal

B

Epipelagic

C

Euphotic

D

Bathypelagic


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13

All of the following are reasons why coastal waters are disproportionately effect by pollution, EXCEPT:

A

They are relatively shallow, so pollutants are more concentrated

B

They are better circulated than open ocean, so more pollution is draw in

C

Sources of both chemical & thermal pollution are often found nearby

D

They are heavily used by humans for commerce, recreation, and fisheries


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14

Which of the following is FALSE when considering petroleum-based pollution:

A

Petroleum is biodegradable, therefore is not considered to be highly damaging in comparison to other pollutants

B

Petroleum will stay on the surface of water

C

Petroleum spills mainly effect low-level creatures, such as phytoplankton, that rely on sunlight for survival

D

Petroleum spills have a longer-lasting effect on fully aquatic organisms such as fish than semi-aquatic organisms such as gulls & terns


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15

All of the following are known to have a negative bioaccumulating affect EXCEPT:

A

Nitrogenous byproducts from fertilizers (TAN)

B

Mercury (Hg)

C

Polychlorinated biphenyl

D

Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT)


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