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Global Climate Change Issues: The Middle East

Global Climate Change Issues: The Middle East

Global Climate Change Issues: The Middle East. Researched and compiled by Sami A. Habayeb, GEO 109, Winter 2008. The Middle East. http://www.globalissues.org/Geopolitics/MiddleEast.asp. Problems in the Middle East. Rise in Sea Surface Temperature Evidence through coral bleaching

By DoraAna
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Data Products for Coral Reef Managers

Data Products for Coral Reef Managers

Data Products for Coral Reef Managers. Tyler Christensen Mark Eakin NOAA Coral Reef Watch. Using satellite data to provide current reef environmental conditions, quickly identifying areas at risk for coral bleaching. NOAA Coral Reef Watch. http://coralreefwatch.noaa.gov/satellite/

By Patman
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online at: http ://coris.noaa/activities/reef_managers_guide/reef_managers_guide.pdf

online at: http ://coris.noaa/activities/reef_managers_guide/reef_managers_guide.pdf

online at: http ://coris.noaa.gov/activities/reef_managers_guide/reef_managers_guide.pdf. http://coris.noaa.gov/activities/reef_managers_guide/reef_managers_guide.pdf. Stages in mass coral bleaching. http://coris.noaa.gov/activities/reef_managers_guide/reef_managers_guide.pdf.

By zerlina
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Symbiosis between Zooxanthellae & Corals

Symbiosis between Zooxanthellae & Corals

Symbiosis between Zooxanthellae & Corals. By Mark Mergler. What are Zooxanthellae?. Unicellular yellow-brown dinoflagellate algae which live in the gastrodermis of corals Provide corals with food in the form of photosynthetic products

By byron
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Coral Bleaching

Coral Bleaching

Coral Bleaching. www.ogp.noaa.gov. Why Bleaching?. Sun exposed areas bleach first. Photosynthesis (normal conditions). Photosynthesis under thermal stress (Photoinhibition bleaching model). Thermal thresholds (Temperatures at which bleaching occurs). Hoegh-Guldberg 1999. La Niña. El Niño.

By betty_james
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The Disappearing Coral Reef

The Disappearing Coral Reef

The Disappearing Coral Reef. Healthy Reef : biodiversity, brightly colored healthy coral Dead/Dying Reef : coral bleaching, limited flora and fauna (wait for video to load). Carysfort Reef. 1975. 1985. So, Why Are Reefs Important. Densest and most varied ecosystem on Earth

By metea
(139 views)

Coastal Seas

Coastal Seas

Coastal Seas. A Coastal Sea is the part of the world ocean that covers the continental shelf. Continental shelves extend variable distances from continents and typically gradually descend to 140 m (460ft) before dropping off as the continental slope. Continental Shelves. Coastal Sea.

By xaviere
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Corals, Anemones, Sea Fans, and Jellies

Corals, Anemones, Sea Fans, and Jellies

Corals, Anemones, Sea Fans, and Jellies. Phylum Cnidaria The Stingers. Phylum Cnidaria Characteristics. Radially symmetrical : symmetry around a point. Characteristics continued. Mesoglea : layer of jelly separating two tissue layers of cup or umbrella-shaped body

By raoul
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Establishing a Geo/ Earthcache Programme for Global Environmental Change Education and Awareness in the South Pacific

Establishing a Geo/ Earthcache Programme for Global Environmental Change Education and Awareness in the South Pacific

Establishing a Geo/ Earthcache Programme for Global Environmental Change Education and Awareness in the South Pacific. John Lowry, University of the South Pacific With funding from the United States Embassy Pacific Island Fund for Small Development Grants . What is Geocaching ?.

By reece
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The Mesoamerican Reef

The Mesoamerican Reef

The Mesoamerican Reef. By: Darcy Schnarr. The Mesoamerican Reef is a coral reef that runs over 900 km along the coast of Mexico, Belize and Honduras

By jeri
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Invertebrates

Invertebrates

Invertebrates. Chapter 29 and 30 Sponges, Cnidarians, Flatworms, Roundworms, mollusks, annelids. Animal Kingdom Characteristics. - multicellular - eukaryotic - heterotrophs - movement - tissues . - Bilateral Symmetry- equal halves in one direction . Body Plans. Radial Symmetry.

By vachel
(138 views)

Student: Paul Welle Collaborators: Ines Azevedo Mitchell Small Sarah Cooley Scott Doney

Student: Paul Welle Collaborators: Ines Azevedo Mitchell Small Sarah Cooley Scott Doney

The Impact of Climate Stressors on Coral Bleaching and Mortality : A Case Study of the 2005 Caribbean Summer. Student: Paul Welle Collaborators: Ines Azevedo Mitchell Small Sarah Cooley Scott Doney. Background. Eakin et al. (2010) Caribbean summer 2005

By alamea
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Decision support tools for managing coral reef systems at local to regional scales

Decision support tools for managing coral reef systems at local to regional scales

Modelling and Decision Support Working Group. Decision support tools for managing coral reef systems at local to regional scales. Jess Melbourne-Thomas GEF International Waters Conference October 2009. Key challenges.

By caia
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Coral Reef Project

Coral Reef Project

Coral Reef Project. Background Info. Importance/ Contributions? Shoreline Protection Erosion Storm Damage Food Sources To coastal communities Opportunities Recreational Economical. Background. How do Coral Reefs benefit everyone? Great BIODIVERSITY Can provide medical options

By hayden
(247 views)

Coral Reef Bleaching

Coral Reef Bleaching

Coral Reef Bleaching. By: Ashley Winge. Background:. Ecosystems: Coral Reefs are located in tropical oceans near the equator. Population size: Over 75% of the worlds Coral Reef is threatened. Historical References:

By noma
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Coral Bleaching and Coral Diseases: An Overview

Coral Bleaching and Coral Diseases: An Overview

Coral Bleaching and Coral Diseases: An Overview. J. Kilic. Phylum Cnidaria. Radial (or biradial) symmetry Diploblastic tissue organization Mesoglea between tissue layers Gastrovascular cavity Nerve net 2 body forms – polyp & medusa Cnidocytes (w/nematocysts). Phylum Cnidaria.

By phyre
(212 views)

The Oceans

The Oceans

The Oceans. An overview. A quick oceans tour. Marine ecosystems. Cover 70% of the Earth’s surface. List as many different marine ecosystems as you can. Estuaries: fresh water from river mixes with ocean Rich in nutrients Wetlands form in shallow areas. Marine ecosystems: Estuaries.

By raisie
(189 views)

Title Page

Title Page

Integrated Systems Biology. Title Page. PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 7: Evolution at the Cellular Level. Section 7.1. by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise. Life is Ancient. Opening Figure. Diversity and Natural Selection. Fig. 7.1. Diversity and Natural Selection.

By analu
(98 views)

COSEE Summer 2008

COSEE Summer 2008

COSEE Summer 2008. April Graves, Teacher Harriet Perry, Scientist. Human Impacts on the Marine Environment. A day in the life of SpongeBob. Importance of Oceans. 97% of the Earth’s surface water is contained in the ocean. Oceans moderate temperature and influence weather.

By cuyler
(96 views)

Data Products for Coral Reef Managers

Data Products for Coral Reef Managers

Data Products for Coral Reef Managers. Tyler Christensen Mark Eakin NOAA Coral Reef Watch. Using satellite data to provide current reef environmental conditions, quickly identifying areas at risk for coral bleaching. NOAA Coral Reef Watch. http://coralreefwatch.noaa.gov/satellite/

By daryl
(190 views)

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