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- A chain of undersea mountains that circles the earth through every ocean.
free-swimming organisms whose movements are independent of the tides, currents, and waves.
. the first 200 meters (656 ft) of ocean water, which includes the seashore and most of the continental shelf.
. Extends from 200 meters (656 feet) deep all the way down to the bottom of the ocean.
. the deepest parts of the ocean. The deepest one is the Marianas Trench (located in the South Pacific Ocean - almost 5 miles (8.05 km) deep.
. The top layer of the ocean where sunlight penetrates.
A chemical process where plants and algae use a sun's energy to make sugars from carbon dioxide and water.
The plant and algae component of the plankton; the primary producers of most ocean food webs.
a living thing that produces its own food within itself, usually by using sunlight energy in photosynthesis
the amount of dissolved solids in seawater
A volcanic peak that rises at least 3280 feet (1000 m) from the seafloor.
capable of continuing (meeting the needs of the present) over a long period of time without causing permanent damage in the future.
the upward movement to the ocean surface of deeper, cold and usually nutrient-rich waters, especially along some shores, due to the offshore movement of surface waters
Animal component of the plankton that feed on phytoplankton and other zooplankton (primary consumers).
Concept Words Abiotic Factor - the non-living factors of the environment that an organism lives in. Abyssal Plain - mostly flat portion of ocean floor.
OCEANIC Lithosphere PREDICT: What percent of the earth is covered in water? What percent is land? Explain your prediction.
A. LEARNING ABOUT THE OCEAN: 1. Trading route 2. Scientific Discoveries 3. Exploring the ocean floor i. Sonar- floor mapping.
15 Chapter 15 Ocean Water and Ocean Life The Composition of Seawater Salinity is the total amount of solid material dissolved in water. typically.
Salinity Salinity is the total amount of solid material dissolved in water. Because the proportion of dissolved substances in seawater is such a small.
Unit 2.5: Marine Life. Bell Work Nov 6 Agenda: 1.Planner: Choose your animal for the Oceans Animal Project by Nov 10 2.Bell Work 3.Good Things 4.Notes.
Ocean water is a complex mixture of plants, animals, dissolved solids and gases. Ocean water and water in general, have physical properties such as temperature,
Oceans Oceans CharacteristicsFeatures Life Forms.
Chapter 15. Salinity Chemical weathering on land creates chemicals picked up by freshwater and delivered to the ocean Mainly sodium chloride Chemicals.
Chapter 15.3 Oceanic Productivity. Marine organisms are connected through food production and consumption. Producers in the ocean are phytoplankton, larger.
Ocean Floor Ocean Zones Chapter 3. The Ocean Floor Continental Shelf extends from the edge of the continent outward to where the bottom sharply drops.
15. 2 Diversity of Ocean Life & 15.3 Oceanic Productivity.
12 Chapter 12 Ocean Water and Ocean Life. Salinity 12.4 The Composition of Seawater Salinity is the total amount of solid material dissolved in water.
The Seafloor (69). Contiental Shelf Ocean basins, which are low areas of Earth that are filled with water, have many different features. The continental.
Aquatic Ecosystems Lesson 4.4 M. ParkerBodega Head, Sonoma Coast.
OCEANIC PRODUCTIVITY TWO TYPES OF ORGANISMS PRODUCERS = MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD Phytoplankton Algae (diatoms, sea weed, etc.) bacteria CONSUMERS= FEED.
1. Compare and Contrast What are some ways in which life in an aphotic zone might differ from life in a photic zone 2. Apply Concepts What is a wetland.
Main Idea #1: Ocean life changes as you move from the shoreline out to open ocean Main Idea #2: Ocean life changes as you move from the surface to the.
Ocean Vocabulary The energy is being passed through the water as a wave. 2.Wave: the movement of energy through a body of water.
OCEANOGRAPHY SOL 5.6. Oceanography 1 Oceans cover over what percentage of the Earth?
Marine Zones iNOB. Four Zones of a Marine Ecosystem 1.Intertidal 2. Neritic 3. Oceanic 4. Benthic.
Warm Up What is salinity? The total amount of solid material dissolved in water The total amount of solid material dissolved in water What is the difference.
Ocean Water and Life. Salt in the Ocean Salinity is the total amount of solid material dissolved in water. Salinity is expressed by the amount of salt.
Temperature Water depth Flow Amount of dissolved nutrients.
Ocean Floor Ocean Zones Chapter 3 Ocean Topography Main Features.
Chapter 15. Salinity The total amount of solid material dissolved in water. Measured in Parts Per Thousand (ppt ‰) Average Ocean Salinity = 35‰ Most of.
Ocean Bottom Chapter 3. Will lead to unlocking some of the mysteries of the ocean and may give insight into Earth’s past.
Warm Up 2/ ) 1) Most ocean water is located in which zone? a. mixed zonec. surface zone b. transition zoned. deep zone 2) 2) Which ocean zone does.
Oceanography. Section 1 – The Seafloor A. Ocean basins – low areas of Earth filled with water 1. Continental shelf – gradually sloping end of the continent.
4-4 Aquatic Ecosystems Water covers ¾ of Earth, has an average depth of 3.7 (deepest part is 11 km – 6.8 mi) miles, contains about 3% salt and only 3%
Oceans Review. Wave Action A wave is the movement of ________ through a body of water.
STRUCTURE OF THE OCEAN. TIDAL ZONES INTERTIDAL ZONE The intertidal area (also called the littoral zone) is where the land and sea meet, between the high.
Ocean Water and Ocean Life. Salinity ◦ total amount of solid material dissolved in water ◦ Expressed in parts per thousand ◦ Mostly sodium chloride.
19 Chapter 19 Ocean Life. Life Living things must do several processes: Take in and use energy Grow and develop Respond to the environment Excrete.
Oceans & Ocean Zones. Oceans There are 5 oceans (Pacific, Atlantic, Arctic, Indian, Southern) Deepest area = Mariana Trench in the Pacific All are connected.
Marine Biology What it takes to be alive. © 2002 Brooks/Cole, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc. Being Alive What are characteristics of all living.
Earth Science, 10e Edward J. Tarbuck & Frederick K. Lutgens.
Oceans Water, Life, Floor, Currents, & Tides. Oceanography Oceanography is comprised of many different areas of science. Oceanography is comprised of.
Ocean Vocabulary Make a flip book or notecards with the words and definitions. You WILL need to keep these and study them for the unit and EOG.
Chemical and Physical Properties of Ocean Water. Ocean water has chemical and physical properties. Chemical properties are what it is made of, and what.
Warm-up Compare the answers you have on your Planet Earth worksheets with others at your table.
Estuary Shoreline areas where fresh water from rivers mixes with salt water from the ocean. Question: Describe 2 reasons why estuaries are important.
Ch Life in the Oceans. Ocean Chemistry and Marine Life Ocean plants and animals remove and return many types of nutrients and gases to the water.
Ocean Life SOL 5.6 The Continental Shelf. Review There are 4 zones in the ocean. Continental Shelf Continental Slope Continental Rise Ocean Basin ( Abysmal.
Good Morning Pick up your work from your folder Our bell ringer today is to take notes The library does not have room for a class today so you may work.
Energy Flow EQ: How does energy flow through living systems?
EARTH SCIENCE Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE Tarbuck Lutgens
Exploring Ocean Chapter 5 Sec 1 By Mr. Cook. Why Study the ocean People have studied the ocean since ancient times, because the ocean provides food and.
OCEAN BOTTOM FEATURES. TOPOGRAPHIC FEATURES u u Continental margins: * Shelf up to 300 km wide; m deep * Slope km wide; 200 to 2000.
The Seafloor The ocean floor is not flat. It has all the features and landforms that are found on dry land.
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