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  1. Fig. 5-1, p. 75

  2. Fig. 5-2, p. 77

  3. Cold deserts Westerlies Forests Northeast trades Hot deserts Forests Equator Southeast trades Hot deserts Forests Westerlies Cold deserts Fig. 5-3, p. 77

  4. LOW PRESSURE HIGH PRESSURE Heat released radiates to space Condensation and precipitation Cool, dry air Rises, expands, cools Falls, is compressed, warms Warm, dry air Hot, wet air Flows toward low pressure, picks up moisture and heat HIGH PRESSURE LOW PRESSURE Moist surface warmed by sun Fig. 5-4, p. 78

  5. Moist air rises, cools, and releases moisture as rain Polar cap Arctic tundra Evergreen coniferous forest Temperate deciduous forest and grassland Desert Tropical deciduous forest Equator Tropical rain forest Tropical deciduous forest Desert Temperate deciduous forest and grassland Polar cap Fig. 5-5, p. 78

  6. Warm, less salty, shallow current Cold, salty, deep current Fig. 5-6, p. 79

  7. On the leeward side of the mountain range, air descends, warms, and releases little moisture. On the windward side of a mountain range, air rises,cools, and releases moisture. Prevailing winds pick up moisture from an ocean. Fig. 5-7, p. 80

  8. Fig. 5-8, p. 81

  9. Elevation Mountain ice and snow Tundra (herbs, lichens, mosses) Coniferous Forest Latitude Deciduous Forest Tropical Forest Tropical Forest Tundra (herbs, lichens, mosses) Deciduous Forest Coniferous Forest Polar ice and snow Fig. 5-9, p. 81

  10. Polar Tundra Subpolar Temperate Coniferous forest Desert Grassland Deciduous forest Tropical Chaparral Desert Savanna Rain forest Tropical seasonal forest Scrubland Fig. 5-10, p. 82

  11. Fig. 5-11, p. 83

  12. Fig. 5-11a, p. 83

  13. Fig. 5-11b, p. 83

  14. Fig. 5-11c, p. 83

  15. Fig. 5-12, p. 85

  16. Fig. 5-12a, p. 85

  17. Fig. 5-12b, p. 85

  18. Fig. 5-12c, p. 85

  19. Fig. 5-13, p. 86

  20. Fig. 5-14, p. 87

  21. Fig. 5-14a, p. 87

  22. Fig. 5-14b, p. 87

  23. Fig. 5-14c, p. 87

  24. Ocelot Harpy eagle Blue and gold macaw Squirrel monkeys Climbing monstera palm Katydid Slaty-tailed trogon Green tree snake Tree frog Ants Bromeliad Bacteria Fungi Producer to primary consumer Primary to secondary consumer Secondary to higher-level consumer All producers and consumers to decomposers Fig. 5-15, p. 88

  25. Emergent layer Harpy eagle Toco toucan Canopy Under story Wooly opossum Shrub layer Brazilian tapir Ground layer Black-crowned antpitta Fig. 5-16, p. 89

  26. Fig. 5-17, p. 90

  27. Fig. 5-18, p. 91

  28. Ocean hemisphere Land–ocean hemisphere Fig. 5-19, p. 92

  29. Fig. 5-20, p. 93

  30. Fig. 5-21, p. 94

  31. High tide Coastal Zone Open Sea Sun Low tide Sea level Estuarine Zone Euphotic Zone Continental shelf Bathyal Zone Abyssal Zone Fig. 5-22, p. 95

  32. Fig. 5-23, p. 95

  33. Fig. 5-24, p. 96

  34. Herring gulls Peregrine falcon Snowy egret Cordgrass Short-billed dowitcher Marsh periwinkle Phytoplankton Smelt Zooplankton and small crustaceans Soft-shelled clam Clamworm Bacteria Secondary to higher-level consumer Producer to primary consumer Primary to secondary consumer All consumers and producers to decomposers Fig. 5-24, p. 96

  35. Fig. 5-25, p. 97

  36. Rocky Shore Beach Shore crab Sea star Hermit crab High tide Periwinkle Sea urchin Anemone Mussel Low tide Sculpin Barnacles Kelp Sea lettuce Monterey flatworm Nudibranch Fig. 5-25a, p. 97

  37. Beach flea Peanut worm Tiger beetle Barrier Beach Blue crab Clam Dwarf olive High tide Sandpiper Ghost shrimp Silversides Low tide Mole shrimp White sand macoma Sand dollar Moon snail Fig. 5-25b, p. 97

  38. Ocean Beach Primary Dune Trough Secondary Dune Back Dune Bay or Lagoon Recreation, no building Walkways, no building Limited recreation and walkways Walkways, no building Most suitable for development Recreation Bay shore Grasses or shrubs Taller shrubs Taller shrubs and trees Fig. 5-26, p. 98

  39. Fig. 5-27, p. 99

  40. Fig. 5-28, p. 100

  41. Sunlight Blue-winged teal Painted turtle Green frog Muskrat Pond snail Littoral zone Plankton Limnetic zone Profundal zone Diving beetle Northern pike Benthic zone Yellow perch Bloodworms Fig. 5-29, p. 101

  42. Fig. 5-30a, p. 101

  43. Fig. 5-30b, p. 101

  44. Lake Glacier Rain and snow Rapids Waterfall Tributary Flood plain Oxbow lake Salt marsh Delta Deposited sediment Ocean Source Zone Transition Zone Water Sediment Floodplain Zone Fig. 5-31, p. 102

  45. Lake Glacier Rain and snow Rapids Waterfall Tributary Flood plain Oxbow lake Salt marsh Delta Deposited sediment Ocean Source Zone Transition Zone Water Sediment Floodplain Zone Stepped Art Fig. 5-31, p. 102