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CO 18. Chapter 12 Life on the Sea Floor. Fig. 18.1. The Brown Algae, Laminaria. Fig. 18.2. Benthic Algae: Brown, Green and Red. Fig. 18.3. Time exposure to air for intertidal benthic organisms. Fig. 18.4. Distribution of benthic plants and animals on a rocky shore. Fig. 18.5.

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CO 18

Chapter 12

Life on the Sea Floor


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Fig. 18.1

The Brown Algae, Laminaria


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Fig. 18.2

Benthic Algae: Brown, Green and Red


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Fig. 18.3

Time exposure to air for intertidal benthic organisms


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Fig. 18.4

Distribution of benthic plants and animals on a rocky shore


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Fig. 18.5

Organisms of the supralittoral (splash) zone


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Fig. 18.6

Organisms from the midlittoral (intertidal) zone


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Fig. 18.7

Organisms from the sublittoral (subtidal) zone


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Fig. 18.8

Zonation on a soft-sediment beach


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Fig. 18.9

Organisms of the soft sediments


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Fig. 18.10a

Deep sea glass sponge (640 m, 2100 ft.)


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Fig. 18.10b

Deep sea crab (2000 m, 6550 ft.)


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Fig. 18.10c

Deep sea sponges & anemone (684 m, 2244 ft.)


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Fig. 18.17

Deep Sea Hydrothermal Vent Communities


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Fig. 18.11a

Shipworms


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Fig. 18.11b

Gribble: Small boring crustaceans


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Fig. 18.12a

Anemone Tealia crassicornis


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Fig. 18.12b

Carnivorous nudibranch (sea slug) Dirona albolineata


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Fig. 18.12c

Carnivorous nudibranch (sea slug) Triopha carpenteri


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Fig. 18.12d

Carnivorous nudibranch (sea slug) Hermissenda crassicornis


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Fig. 18.12e

Seastars


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Fig. 18.12f

Carnivorous seastar opens shellfish with tubefeet


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Fig. 18.12g

Herbivorous purple and green sea urchins


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Fig. 18.12h

The urchin mouth, Aristotle's Lantern


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Fig. 18.12i

The filter feeding pink sea scallop


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Fig. 18.13

Coral Reef organisms


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Fig. 18.14

Coral polyps


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Fig. 18.15

Coral reef zonation


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Fig. 18.16a

Corals and Sea Fan at Mana Island, Fiji


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Fig. 18.16b

Butterfly fish and Moorish Idol, Soma Soma Strait, Fiji


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Fig. 18.20

Alaska king crab being unloaded from a crab pot


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Fig. 18.21

Raft culture of bay mussels on Puget Sound



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