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Seagrass Ecology

Seagrass Ecology

Seagrass Ecology Estuarine seagrass ecosystems in North Carolina and Florida Seagrasses Angiosperms (flowering plants) that live life entirely underwater Primary productivity is among the highest measured (500 - 4000 g C/m 2 /year)

By jacob
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Ecosystems Food Webs Energy exchange

Ecosystems Food Webs Energy exchange

Ecosystems Food Webs Energy exchange. Questions. Which of the following would represent a good investigative experiment testing for affects of a drug on pregnancy? 1) A pregnant mouse given 1 ml of a drug and a non-pregnant mouse given 1 ml of a placebo.

By javen
(290 views)

Ecosystems & Restoration Ecology

Ecosystems & Restoration Ecology

Ecosystems & Restoration Ecology. Chapter 55. Learning Targets. I can explain how energy regulates the amount and sizes of trophic levels. I can describe the fundamental relationship between autotrophs, heterotrophs and decomposers in an ecosystem.

By asabi
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Ecosystems Food Webs Energy exchange

Ecosystems Food Webs Energy exchange

Ecosystems Food Webs Energy exchange. Questions. Which of the following would represent a good investigative experiment testing for affects of a drug on pregnancy? 1) A pregnant mouse given 1 ml of a drug and a non-pregnant mouse given 1 ml of a placebo.

By mala
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G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13 th Edition

G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13 th Edition

G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 13 th Edition. Ecosystems: Components, Energy Flow, and Matter Cycling Chapter 4. Key Concepts. What is ecology? What basic processes keep us and other organisms alive? What are the major components of the ecosystem?

By aric
(107 views)

Crash Course

Crash Course

Crash Course. Chapters 8-10. Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration. 6CO2+6H2O->C6H12O6+6O2 C6H12O6+6O2->6CO2+6H2O Photoautotrophs. Primary Productivity. The amount of energy plants converted from the sun Gross Primary Productivity=GPP Net Primary Productivity=NPP GPP=NPP+Respiration.

By billy
(191 views)

Quantifying Communities

Quantifying Communities

Quantifying Communities. Community structure is measured in different ways. Species Richness : The number of _______ species in the community Species Diversity : The number and _________of species in the community. Are All Ecosystems Equal?.

By johnna
(96 views)

Dissolved Oxygen

Dissolved Oxygen

0. Dissolved Oxygen. Lab 12. 12a. 0. 12a –Measure dissolved oxygen content as a function of temperature. Use water at 0-5, 20, 30 degrees Using the nomogram to measure % saturation. (p 139 in lab manual). 12b How does the amount of light affect productivity?. 0.

By slade
(156 views)

Seagrass Ecology

Seagrass Ecology

Seagrass Ecology. Estuarine seagrass ecosystems in North Carolina and Florida. Seagrasses. Angiosperms (flowering plants) that live life entirely underwater Primary productivity is among the highest measured (500 - 4000 g C/m 2 /year)

By benson
(286 views)

Seagrass Ecology

Seagrass Ecology

Seagrass Ecology. Estuarine seagrass ecosystems in North Carolina and Florida. Seagrasses. Angiosperms (flowering plants) that live life entirely underwater Primary productivity is among the highest measured (500 - 4000 g C/m 2 /year)

By kelton
(121 views)

Estuaries

Estuaries

Estuaries. Introduction. We’ve already seen what it’s like near the edge! Ocean life is rough. Adaptation is the key to long term survival. What about in environements which appear to be less disturbed? Does chaos still rule in a world of “living on the edge,” such as estuaries?

By jezebel
(155 views)

Biogeochemical Cycling – Fall 2010

Biogeochemical Cycling – Fall 2010

Biogeochemical Cycling – Fall 2010. Theme Modern Changes in the Nitrogen Cycle. Friday Discussion Group Discussion Leader: Priya Ganguli 12 November, 2010. N 5 th most abundant element in solar system Essential for synthesis of nucleic acids and proteins

By satya
(86 views)

Ocean Color Remote Sensing Pete Strutton, COAS/OSU

Ocean Color Remote Sensing Pete Strutton, COAS/OSU

Ocean Color Remote Sensing Pete Strutton, COAS/OSU. Outline What do we mean by ‘Ocean Color’? How are the measurements made? What parameters can be derived? What are these data used for? Where are the data?. Components of a remote sensing system. sensor. source. raw data. signal.

By bracha
(118 views)

Ocean Water and Ocean Life

Ocean Water and Ocean Life

Ocean Water and Ocean Life. Chapter 15. Salinity. The total amount of solid material dissolved in water. Measured in Parts Per Thousand ( ppt ‰) Average Ocean Salinity = 35‰ Most of the salt in seawater is NaCl , or common table salt. Where did the salt come from??.

By milica
(195 views)

Major Ecosystems of the World

Major Ecosystems of the World

Chapter 6. Major Ecosystems of the World. Earth’s Major Biomes. Earth’s Major Biomes. Type of biome controlled by temperature and precipitation. Earth’s Major Biomes. Tundra. Earth’s Major Biomes. Tundra. Characterized by: Very short growing season

By alessa
(201 views)

Introduction to Science 10

Introduction to Science 10

Introduction to Science 10. What is science?. Brainstorm: What is science?. What is science?. Science is the study (or way of looking at) the natural (or “not made by humans”) world around us.

By palila
(124 views)

Energy Flow and Chemical Cycling

Energy Flow and Chemical Cycling

Energy Flow and Chemical Cycling. Every organism requires energy to carry out life processes such as growing, moving, and reproducing. Photosynthetic producers such as plants convert the light energy from sunlight to the chemical energy of organic compounds.

By laszlo
(214 views)

Stream Ecology I

Stream Ecology I

Stream Ecology I. Abiotic components Primary producers Invertebrates Vertebrates. 1. Abiotic Components. Important starting point for species and abundances Environments that are structurally simple or extreme tend to support fewer species

By sahkyo
(132 views)

Chapter 6 Aquatic Biodiversity

Chapter 6 Aquatic Biodiversity

Chapter 6 Aquatic Biodiversity. Mandi Blanks. Vocabulary. Benthos : bottom dwellers such as barnacles and oysters that anchor themselves to one spot, worms that burrow into the sand or mud, & lobsters and crabs that walk about on the bottom

By truman
(110 views)

Population Dynamics

Population Dynamics

Population Dynamics. Populations are dynamic. Size Density Age distribution Dispersion (spatial pattern). These changes (population dynamics) occur in response to environmental stress. Dispersion patterns within populations. Why clumping?. Resources vary from place to place

By toril
(147 views)

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