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ALTITUDE. HIGH. &. DEEP SEA. DIVING. High Altitude Physiology. Altitude Barometric Pres PO 2 Effects 5000 feet 600 mmHg 132 No hypoxia 10000 523 mmHg 110 Mild symptoms of hypoxia 15000 400 mmHg 90 Moderate hypoxia

By Anita
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Deep sea or ocean 1 percent Alien / Aliens 40 metres Makes them almost invisible (hides them) Fang tooth Light (from ani

Deep sea or ocean 1 percent Alien / Aliens 40 metres Makes them almost invisible (hides them) Fang tooth Light (from ani

The Deep /20. 1000 (1000 million) 100 m - 150 m They travel in herds (travel together) 150 million Hagfish (hackfish) 4500 m (3 miles) Mid ocean ridges Bacteria An underwater lake 1 percent. Deep sea or ocean 1 percent Alien / Aliens 40 metres

By afi
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DEEP SEA POWER AND LIGHT MODIFIED CAMERA

DEEP SEA POWER AND LIGHT MODIFIED CAMERA

SURFACE CONTROL UNIT. DEEP SEA POWER AND LIGHT MODIFIED CAMERA. CAMERA. LIGHT. EXTRA MONITOR. POWER CONVERSION BOX. DUCTS I & II COMPATIBLE. SYSTEM OVERVIEW. FEATURES:. SURFACE CONTROL UNIT (SCU). KEYBOARD FOR ANNOTATION BLACK AND WHITE TOPSIDE CAMERA

By moe
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A Guide for Maritime- and Freight Transport Logistics Companies

A Guide for Maritime- and Freight Transport Logistics Companies

A Guide for Maritime- and Freight Transport Logistics Companies. Author. Dr F A Schmidt, Contributions from Consortium Partners. 1. Objectives. “To identify and suggest Ways to overcome legal and administrative Barriers for the Implementation

By lena
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Invertebrates

Invertebrates

Invertebrates. Packet #38. Introduction I. Introduction II. Invertebrates- Animals Without Backbones. Ninety five percent of all known animals species are invertebrates. Invertebrates have a worldwide distribution ranging from deep sea hydrothermal vents to the polar deserts of Antartica.

By kitty
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GILBERTO GALLONI PRESIDENT OF EUROPLATFORMS The European Association of freight villages “Freight village – Directions f

GILBERTO GALLONI PRESIDENT OF EUROPLATFORMS The European Association of freight villages “Freight village – Directions f

GILBERTO GALLONI PRESIDENT OF EUROPLATFORMS The European Association of freight villages “Freight village – Directions for use” Istanbul, 28th June 2005. FIGURES. 60 Freight Villages 9 Countries Italy–Spain–Germany–Denmark–Portugal–Luxembourg–Greece–France–Hungary-Ukraine

By joie
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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
(134 views)

Deep Sea

Deep Sea

016b. Deep Sea. Deep Sea. Ocean Zones. photic. 100m. dysphotic. aphotic. Deep Ocean Characteristics. Cold Still Stable Dark Essentially no productivity Sparse Life Extremely high pressure Little food. Potential Food Source for Deep Sea Organisms.

By daniel_millan
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Fishes

Fishes

Fishes. Moser and Hanson. Where exactly are they?. Fish live in either fresh or salt water (some in anemones), depending on their specific group. Depending on their family, they eat anything from small underwater mollusks to other fish. http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/habitat/habitatprotection/efh/.

By matilde
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Antarctic Circumpolar Current

Antarctic Circumpolar Current

Antarctic Circumpolar Current. NADW. AABW. Circulation of Deep Waters in Southern Ocean. 50ºS ACC 65ºS. Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) flows eastward and extends from surface into the Deep Sea. N-S Cross Sections Atlantic Ocean . 3.

By nancy
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“Qatar: the next step for Helium stability….”.

“Qatar: the next step for Helium stability….”.

“Qatar: the next step for Helium stability….”. While helium is scarce worldwide, the helium market is growing steadily, by an average of +4% a year, due to: Medical IMAGING , Semiconductor applications & downstream electronics, Communication networks utilizing fiber optics,

By angus
(141 views)

Climate Change and the global conveyor belt

Climate Change and the global conveyor belt

Laura Henry. Climate Change and the global conveyor belt. What is the Global Conveyor Belt?. Thermohaline Temperature Salinity Deep-ocean current Downwelling Occurs at poles Upwelling Occurs at equator Continuous cycle. Climate and the Global Conveyor Belt.

By manning
(195 views)

The Ocean

The Ocean

The Ocean. A Deep Sea study by NM And K B. Food Web. Conditions of the biome. Sunlight: Sunlight controls the Ecosystem Water: Allows for sea life to live Rocks: Many sea creature use them as homes and protection from predators

By nuri
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SEACAMP San Diego

SEACAMP San Diego

2014. SEACAMP San Diego. Dipping a toe into M arine S cience on the Shores of San Diego…. Sea Camp. An Exciting, innovative, hands-on, and interactive marine science experience where students engage in solving issues facing marine life and their ecosystem.

By lily
(96 views)

Jill Talhelm

Jill Talhelm

Classifying Animals!. Jill Talhelm. Home Page. There are six different classifications for animals. What are they? Once you have learned them all…. MAMMALS. BIRDS. FISH. REPTILES. AMPHIBIANS. INSECTS. Let’s Classify!. Mammals!. Orientation. Mammals.

By everly
(143 views)

Ocean Structures

Ocean Structures

Ocean Structures. Coastal vs. Open Sea. Coastal vs. Open Sea (Pelagic). Sunlight present = photosynthesis = plankton 200 m. Euphotic Bathyal Abyssal. Little to no light = no plankton, fewer organisms, slow metabolism and energy efficient.

By bryce
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The Animal Kingdom

The Animal Kingdom

The Animal Kingdom. Chapters 12-19. Chapter 12: Porifera and Cnidarians:. Porifera (sponges): -Invertebrates with a hollow body and two layers of cells (ectoderm and endoderm) (“ ecto ” = outer, “ endo ” = inner, “ derm ” = skin)

By olathe
(114 views)

Biological factors and Adaptations within the ocean

Biological factors and Adaptations within the ocean

Biological factors and Adaptations within the ocean. Biological Factors. The 3 main Biological factors in the ocean that influence life are Producers, Comsumers and Decomposers. Galapagos Shark (consumer). Blue Crab (Decomposer). Seaweed (Producer). Producers.

By zorana
(112 views)

John Harrison

John Harrison

John Harrison. The inventor of marine chronometer.

By chavi
(120 views)

Alexa English & Julianna Haché

Alexa English & Julianna Haché

Marine Natural & Artificial Ecosystems. Alexa English & Julianna Haché. Natural Ecosystems. Estuaries. Why Estuaries are important & how they are formed. Lagoons. Salt Marshes. Why Salt Marshes are important & how they are formed.

By cosmo
(189 views)

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