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March 3 , 2014 Bell Work Where Did the Water Come From?. In back of ISN. On Weekly Bell Work Sheet. Title: Where Did the Water Come From? Read on page 208 about the origin of the oceans and where the water came from

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March 3 2014 bell work where did the water come from

March 3, 2014 Bell WorkWhere Did the Water Come From?

In back of ISN

On Weekly Bell Work Sheet

Title: Where Did the Water Come From?

Read on page 208 about the origin of the oceans and where the water came from

In your own words, explain the 2 remote (from outer space) and the 1 local (from the Earth itself) sources of water which scientists believe formed our oceans

  • Title: Where Did the Water Come From?

  • Go to page 409

  • Draw Figure 15.4

  • Write the caption information in your own words

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LpgBvEPozk#t=63


March 4 2014 bell work 3 major oceans

March 4, 2014 Bell Work3 Major Oceans

In back of ISN

On Weekly Bell Work Sheet

Title: 3 Major Oceans

Read about the 3 major oceans on page 411

Explain which ocean is largest, second largest and which is third largest

Which ocean contains the area referred to the Arctic Ocean?

Which ocean contains the area referred to as the Southern Ocean?

  • Title: 3 Major Oceans

  • Go to page 411

  • Copy figure 15.8

  • Include the name and square km for each ocean


March 5 2014 bell work f eatures of the sea floor

March 5, 2014 Bell WorkFeatures of the Sea Floor

In back of ISN

On Weekly Bell Work Sheet

Title: : Features of the Sea Floor – MID-OCEAN RIDGES and DEEP SEA TRENCHES

Go to page 451

Read about the Deep Sea Trenches and the Mid-Ocean Ridges

Explain which of these 2 features you think might be responsible for sea-floor spreading?

  • Title : Features of the Sea Floor

  • Go to page 447

  • Copy Figure 16.16

  • Label each part of the diagram very carefully


March 6 2014 bell work what is an upwelling

March 6, 2014 Bell WorkWhat is an Upwelling?

NOTICE: No late work accepted after tomorrow

In back of ISN

On Weekly Bell Work Sheet

Title : What is an Upwelling?

Read the description in the text - next to the picture

Describe an upwelling in your own words

ADD – that upwellings bring nutrients from the ocean floor to the surface and are extremely important for organisms and ecosystems such as areas like the California with rich sea-life

  • Title : What is an Upwelling?

  • Go to page 426

  • Draw figure 15.24

  • Include all of the captions from the picture in the book


March 7 2014 bell work spring t ide and neap tide

March 7, 2014 Bell Work Spring Tide and Neap Tide

In back of ISN

On Weekly Bell Work Sheet

Go to pages 423 and 424 to read about tides

Title: Tides

Read about Tides

Include information about how the gravity of the Moon and the Sun pull on the Earth and cause the ocean water to move

Spring tides are higher because the Earth, Moon and sun are lined up in a way that increases the gravitational pull on the ocean water

Neap tides are lower because the Moon and Sun are pulling in different directions

  • Go to page 425

  • Title: Spring Tide and Neap Tide

  • Copy Figure 15.22


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