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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy Choose a category… You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin . FJ Everglades Facts Habitats Animals of the Everglades Miscellaneous Wildfires 10 Point s 10 Point s 10 Points 10 Point s 10 Point s 20 Points 20 Points

By paul2
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Water Quality: The Basics NSTA Regional Conference Omaha, Nebraska October 19 th , 2005

Water Quality: The Basics NSTA Regional Conference Omaha, Nebraska October 19 th , 2005

Water Quality: The Basics NSTA Regional Conference Omaha, Nebraska October 19 th , 2005. Why is Water Quality Important? Effects all humans Safe drinking water Allows for food productions and SAFE food products Effects Wildlife Health domestic and wild animals

By ryanadan
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Survival in an Estuary

Survival in an Estuary

Survival in an Estuary. Life in a Transition Zone.

By oshin
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WATER, ENERGY & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

WATER, ENERGY & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

WATER, ENERGY & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. ----------------------------------------------------------- Water Policy in the Americas Roundtable Organization of American States Presentation by Dr. Allan R. Hoffman U.S. Department of Energy June 15, 2000. OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION.

By archie
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Analysis of the International Markets for Tilapia

Analysis of the International Markets for Tilapia

Analysis of the International Markets for Tilapia. Kevin Fitzsimmons, Ph.D. University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona, USA & Vice President, American Tilapia Association President Elect, US. Chapter of World Aquaculture Soc. Introduction.

By miette
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Biomes and aquatic Ecosystems

Biomes and aquatic Ecosystems

Biomes and aquatic Ecosystems. Unit 4: The Biosphere. Tundra. Below polar ice caps No trees Frozen soil (permafrost). Boreal Forest or Taiga. South of Tundra, evergreen forest No permafrost Short summers. Temperate Forest. Broad-leaved, deciduous trees Four seasons

By neviah
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PHYTOPLANKTON DIVERSITY CHLOROPHYTA:GREEN ALGAE

PHYTOPLANKTON DIVERSITY CHLOROPHYTA:GREEN ALGAE

PHYTOPLANKTON DIVERSITY CHLOROPHYTA:GREEN ALGAE. MARINE BOTANY FALL 2009. CHARACTERISTICS. Photosynthetic pigments are chlorophylls a and b. Chloroplasts have double-membranes. Thylakoids are stacked in groups of 2-6. Starch is the food reserve. Flagella are smooth. DIVISION CHLOROPHYTA.

By ormand
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Water and land Ecosystems

Water and land Ecosystems

Water and land Ecosystems . By Kamden. clownfish. Shark. Trumpet Fish. Grunt. Coral Reef biomes. Coral reefs Coral reefs have a relationship with algae. grow better in water that does not have much nutrients. Corel reefs cant be in water 17 degrees or lower.

By tyler
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Aquaculture

Aquaculture

Aquaculture. Ms. Fleming 02/22/12. Objectives. Define aquaculture. Recall terms dealing with aquaculture. Describe animals surviving in the aquatic environment. Explore photosynthesis. What is Aquaculture?.

By eyad
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Desalination and Long-Haul Transfer as a Drinking Water Supply

Desalination and Long-Haul Transfer as a Drinking Water Supply

Desalination and Long-Haul Transfer as a Drinking Water Supply. Ashlynn Stillwell December 4, 2008 CE394K: GIS for Water Resources http://www.webberenergygroup.com . Outline. Background on Desalination Purpose of Project Assumptions Case Study Map Results and Discussion Implications

By bryce
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Metal Deposition in Baldcypress Tree Rings: Nickel, Copper, Chromium, Manganese and Iron

Metal Deposition in Baldcypress Tree Rings: Nickel, Copper, Chromium, Manganese and Iron

Metal Deposition in Baldcypress Tree Rings: Nickel, Copper, Chromium, Manganese and Iron. Margaret S. Devall 1 , Leonard B. Thien 2 , and George C. Flowers 2 1 USDA Forest Service, Center for Bottomland Hardwoods Research, P.O. Box 227, Stoneville, MS 2 Tulane University, New Orleans, LA.

By jewell
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Understanding the Barnegat Bay Estuary

Understanding the Barnegat Bay Estuary

Understanding the Barnegat Bay Estuary. such as seagrasses, turtles and crabs. Salinity Levels Along an Estuary. Ocean. River. Fresh water flow. Salinity Patterns Along the Estuary . Barnegat Bay Estuary. Surface Water Inputs to Barnegat Bay.

By verna
(146 views)

WELCOME! This is a module to teach you all about the different types of pets.

WELCOME! This is a module to teach you all about the different types of pets.

WELCOME! This is a module to teach you all about the different types of pets. This knowledge may help you decide which type of pet to get. Click a particular topic in the Navigation Map on the right to go to a particular topic.

By corin
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Sungei Buloh trip

Sungei Buloh trip

Sungei Buloh trip. Ian’s group. Common Sun Skink on a rock. COMMON SUN SKINK. Scientific name: Eutropis multifasciatus Habitat: Wooded areas, parks and mangroves Food: Spiders, insects, even smaller lizards. Active period: In the day. Plantain Squirrel eating on a tree.

By asta
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Life at the Ocean’s Edge

Life at the Ocean’s Edge

Life at the Ocean’s Edge. Earth’s Waters Chapter 5.2 Pages 156-161. Living Conditions Page156-157. What are the 6 physical factors that affect ocean environments? How do scientists classify marine organisms? What are the 3 categories of classification for marine organisms? Describe each one.

By horace
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Wetland Definitions

Wetland Definitions

Wetland Definitions. Chapter 2. Features of Wetlands. All wetlands, by definition, have some level of standing water for some period of time. Wetlands must also have vegetation which can tolerate water saturation for extended periods of time (like Cyprus trees here in LA)

By shawn
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Pondweed in Zandvlei

Pondweed in Zandvlei

Pondweed in Zandvlei. David Walker. What is pondweed?. Angiosperm (flowering plant) Indigenous Has long, ribbon-like leaves, and a rhizome with starch-filled tubers Also known as sago pondweed or fennel pondweed

By wauna
(122 views)

Asteroidea

Asteroidea

Asteroidea. By: Jessica Fahey, Rebekah Leslie, Christina Kelly . INTRODUCTION. +2000 Species Also known as Sea Stars or Star fish Echinoderms Marine Animals No fresh Water Sea Stars Carnivore Few Fossils . EVOLUTION OF THE TAXON. Ordovician period Somasteroidea Extinction Events

By marged
(415 views)

Reptiles 3

Reptiles 3

Reptiles 3. Alligators & Crocodiles. Alligators and Crocodiles. Alligators and crocodiles are the largest LIVING reptiles Both alligators and crocodiles are: Carnivores Take care of their young Often hunt at night Their strong muscular tails help them swim quickly.

By liona
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With your partners, WRAP section 6.3

With your partners, WRAP section 6.3

With your partners, WRAP section 6.3. 1609-10. 1622. 1614-1619. 1607. 1625. JAMESTOWN. 105 men and boys set sail in December 1606. Arrived at the mouth of Chesapeake Bay, VA on April 26, 1607 swampy, humid; mosquitos, hot, hostile natives

By kirti
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