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Ocean Water Chapter 14

Ocean Water Chapter 14

Ocean Water Chapter 14. Composition of seawater. Seawater consists of about 3.5% (by weight) dissolved minerals Salinity Total amount of solid material dissolved in water Typically expressed in parts-per-thousand (‰) Average salinity is 35‰ Major constituent is sodium chloride .

By Renfred
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Rocky Intertidal Zone Community

Rocky Intertidal Zone Community

Rocky Intertidal Zone Community. Intertidal Zone. Area of the shore between the highest high tide and lowest low tide. Mixed Semi-diurnal Tidal Regime. Two tides per day Tidal heights not equal. neap. spring. spring. Half. Full. Half. New. Zero datum. (MLLW). Position on Shore.

By odakota
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An Introduction to Ecology and the Biosphere

An Introduction to Ecology and the Biosphere

An Introduction to Ecology and the Biosphere. The Scope of Ecology Abiotic Factors of the Biosphere Aquatic and Terrestrial Biomes Concepts of Organismal Ecology. The Scope of Ecology. Study of interactions between organisms and their environment (biotic and abiotic) Hierarchy:

By raina
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Chapter 4: “Ocean Zones”

Chapter 4: “Ocean Zones”

Chapter 4: “Ocean Zones”. I. Exploring the Ocean. Learning About the Ocean: All people have studied the ocean throughout history, because the ocean is a source of food, trade routes, and travel. Modern scientists study the ocean’s waters and the ocean floor. Trading routes

By oberon
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Aquatic Biomes

Aquatic Biomes

1. Photic zone 2. Phyto plankton 3. Zoo plankton 4. Estuary 5. Kelp bed 6. Intertidal zone 7. Coral reef 8. Neuston 9. Nekton . Areas of light penetration Tiny floating plants - producers Tiny floating animals - consumers Area where fresh and salt water meet

By quasim
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Ecology

Ecology

Organisms and Their Environment. Ecology. Ecology – study of interactions that take place b/t organisms and their environment Abiotic factor – non living parts of an organisms environment (i.e. rocks, air currents)

By rue
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Ch. 4 Sec. 4

Ch. 4 Sec. 4

Ch. 4 Sec. 4. Aquatic Ecosystems. Nearly three-fourths of the Earth’s surface is covered with water. Almost all bodies of water contain a wide variety of communities governed by biotic and abiotic factors including light, nutrient availability, and oxygen.

By khoi
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Biomes

Biomes

Biomes. Chapter 6 & 7. The Role of Climate. Climate- average, year-after-year conditions of temperature and precipitation in a particular region ________________________________ drives Earth’s weather and determines the climate. Greenhouse Effect. Section 4-1.

By malini
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The marine environment

The marine environment

The marine environment . Describe and compare these different marine environments. Intertidal zone. Beach . Storm. Cliffs. Seaweed. Seagrass . Coral reef. Sandy bottom. Mangroves. Rockpool. Rocky shore. Pounding waves. Ocean . Mudflat. Saltmarsh. Habitat.

By habib
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Create a diagram

Create a diagram

Create a diagram. Intertidal zone. Neritic Zone. Ocean Zones. Benthic Zone. Ocean Zone. Needed information. Label Sunlit Zone – Euphotic Zone Twilight Zone – Disphotic Zone Midnight Zone – Aphotic Zone Create for each zone: 4 producers – 7 animals (food web) Geographical features

By oriole
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Ocean Zones

Ocean Zones

Ocean Zones. Just as the ocean floor can be divided into sections, the ocean can be divided into zones. Ocean zones include the intertidal zone , the neritic zone , and the open-ocean zone . Intertidal Zone. Open Ocean Zone. Neritic Zone.

By robbin
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Echinoderms

Echinoderms

Echinoderms. Maria Alva and Maria V illasmil Period # 2. Characteristics :. Echinoderms are characterized by radial symmetry and amount of arms. They have no heart, brains, or eyes. However some have some light sensitive spots called eyespots.

By jerold
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Intertidal zone

Intertidal zone

Intertidal zone. Rocky Shore: - Organisms must be able to tolerate waves, changes in salinity and temperature, along with periods of being under or above water. 1. Along the Rocks (pg 192-193): - spray zone. Intertidal zone (cont.). In Tide Pools :

By dyllis
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Earth’s Oceans Part I

Earth’s Oceans Part I

Earth’s Oceans Part I. Source: CK12.org Earth Science Chapter 14 Author: Robert G. Smith. Significance of the Oceans. oceans, along with the atmosphere, keep temperatures fairly constant worldwide Earth: -70 to 55 Celsius Mercury: -180 to 430 Celsius

By aliza
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Ecosystems and Communities

Ecosystems and Communities

Ecosystems and Communities. The Role of Climate. Climate : Average, year-after-year conditions of temperature and precipitation in a particular region. Weather : Day-to-day conditions of weather in a particular place.

By thelma
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DO NOW

DO NOW

Obj : identify the factors that govern aquatic ecosystems. . DO NOW . List some of the areas that you know that contain water. . Aquatic Ecosystems . Determined primarily by the depth, flow, temperature, and chemistry of the overlying water.

By ruby
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Porifera

Porifera

Porifera. Phylum Porifera. Porifera : Porus means holes, ferre means to bear. Includes sponges Most primitive true animals Almost 10,000 marine species of sponges. . Where sponges live. Just kidding!. Where Sponges Live. Widely distributed Intertidal zone to abyssal plain

By cullen
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Flowing-Water Ecosystems

Flowing-Water Ecosystems

Flowing-Water Ecosystems. Rivers, streams, creeks Plenty of dissolved oxygen Turtles and beavers make home down stream. Standing-Water Ecosystems. Lakes and Ponds Plankton : general term for the tiny, free-floating organisms that live in both freshwater and saltwater.

By yardley
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Do Now 12/9/09

Do Now 12/9/09

Do Now 12/9/09. Answer the following questions in complete sentences: 1. Draw a cross-section of stream load and label its parts. 2 . Draw a diagram of a wave and label its parts. 3 . Draw a diagram of a water molecule and label its parts. Do Now 12/8/09.

By kendall
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AP Environmental Science Mr. Grant Lesson 76

AP Environmental Science Mr. Grant Lesson 76

AP Environmental Science Mr. Grant Lesson 76. Marine and Coastal Ecosystems & Marine Pollution. Objectives:. Define the term by-catch . Describe major types of marine ecosystems. Assess impacts from marine pollution. Define the term by-catch . By-Catch :.

By cara
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