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Color of the water is determine by the way sunlight is – Absorbed – Reflected
How do plants and animals influence life in the ocean?
Wind blows parallel to the shore, moving surface water offshore. – UPWELLING Wave action
Reaches the upper 100 m of water Plankton- free floating microscopic living things – Zooplankton- ANIMALS – Phytoplankton- PLANTS
Ocean life that can swim Examples ?
Organisms that live on the Ocean Floor. Examples?
Benthic – Bottom Pelagic – Water
Intertidal zone Sublittoral zone Bathyal zone Abyssal zone Hadal zone
Between high and low tides Example: sea anemones and seeweed
Submerged in shallow water Example: sea stars and sea lilies
No sunlight zone upto 4000 m deep Example: Octopus and brachiopods
No sunlight zone from 4000-6000 m deep Example: Sea cucumbers and worms
No sunlight zone from below 6000 m deep Example: microorganisms
Neritic zone Oceanic zone
Abundant sunlight Moderate temperatures Low pressure Examples?
Deep open ocean 4 zones Marine life decreases with depth
Life in the Ocean.
Intertidal Zone The intertidal zone is a very harsh environment. The organisms that live here have adaptions that allow them to live both submerged with.
1. _____ surface features of ocean floor. 2._____ slopes gently down from edge of a continent. 3. _____slopes steeply from continental shelf.
Spring Properties of Ocean Water Physical properties of ocean water Temperature Density Color Chemical Properties Determine its composition.
OCEAN ZONES Chapter 13 Section 2 Ocean Zones Chapter 13 Section 3.
The Diversity of Ocean Life
Chemical and Physical Properties of Ocean Water. Ocean water has chemical and physical properties. Chemical properties are what it is made of, and what.
Ocean Water Section 2 Section 2: Life in the Oceans Preview Objectives Ocean Chemistry and Marine Life Ocean Environments Upwelling.
Ocean Life Zones. Starting with an activity Starting with an activity Look at the organisms around the classroom. Look at the organisms around the classroom.
Sara Painter and Vanessa Thulsiraj
Ch. 13 Oceans Notes.
Chapter 3 Section 2 (green book)
VOCABULARY LIFE ZONES OF THE OCEAN.
3/3/2016 Essential Question I will be able to describe the chemical properties of ocean water. Homework Page 422 Terms – define and give one fact Warm.
Features of the Ocean Floor. What do you know about the ocean? Sand Water Waves Life.
COASTAL ZONES Ocean Zones. there are several different ocean zones that are determined by: – light – depth – bottom divisions.
Oceanic Zones Several factors used to divide the ocean in to distinct life marine zones light availability distance from shore water depth.
Notes Points Name __________________________________ Period _______ Chapter 20 Notes Points Earned Points Possible Highlight Key Words/Phrases 2 Copy Notes:
EARTH SCIENCE Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE Tarbuck Lutgens
1 The Ocean Water and Its Creatures Objective 5.0: Describe the layers of the oceanic hydrosphere, including the pelagic zone, benthic zone, and intertidal.
By: Billie Jean B. Luis M. Vanessa M. Jesus R. Ocean Environments.
The Oceans Vanessa Borgia Ecology. Geography 360 million km, Continuous interconnected mass of water 360 million km, Continuous interconnected mass of.
Oceanic Zones Notes. Overview More than 250,000 identified marine species Most live in sunlit surface seawater Species success depends on ability to:
Estuary Shoreline areas where fresh water from rivers mixes with salt water from the ocean. Question: Describe 2 reasons why estuaries are important.
Intertidal (Splash) Zone This region is the most changeable in the ocean. Anemones, crabs, clams, mussels and plants such as seaweed live here. They must.
Marine Ecosystem: The Oceans. Did you Know? The OCEAN covers almost ¾ of the Earth’s surface and holds both the largest animals and the smallest organisms.
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.
ECOSYSTEMS OF THE OCEAN SOL 5.6 Biological Characteristics.
Aquatic Biomes Freshwater Biome: rivers, streams, and lakes. - No salt.
Biological Oceanography: Factors Affecting Life and Ocean Zones.
Introduction to Oceanography Marine Ecology -Adaptations and diversity-
Warm Up 2/11/09 Which of the following is NOT a process that decreases the salinity of seawater? a. icebergs melting c. runoff from land b. precipitation d.
Earth’s Oceans Part 4: Ocean Life Zones.
Warm Up What covers almost ¾ of the Earth’s surface and holds both the largest animals and the smallest organisms on earth? The OCEAN.
D IVERSITY & PRODUCTIVITY OF O CEAN L IFE. Classification is a way of organizing living things Things that live in the ocean are called marine organism.
Ocean Water Chapter 21. Ocean Water Properties Physical properties: temperature, density, color Chemical properties: determine its composition and allow.
Zones are classified by depth and by how much light penetrates
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.
Marine Ecology. Ecology is the study of the inter- relationships between the physical and biological aspects of the environment. It is the study of how.
15. 2 Diversity of Ocean Life & 15.3 Oceanic Productivity
Ocean Zones Introduction.
The Earth’s Ecosystems Marine Ecosystems. Marine = salt water Marine = salt water Hold 97% of Earth’s water supply Hold 97% of Earth’s water supply Cover.
Aquatic Biomes Science Video: aquatic biome assignment-discovery-aquatic-biomes-video.htm.
Do Now What covers almost three-fourths of Earth’s surface? What holds both the largest animals and some of the smallest organisms on Earth? Talk with.
Warm Up 2/17/09 1) 1) Which of the following is NOT a process that decreases the salinity of seawater? a. icebergs meltingc. runoff from land b. precipitationd.
Life in the Oceans & Ocean Resources
Ocean Habitats. Ocean Zones Intertidal Zone Neritic Zone Open-Ocean Zone.
Pg. 56 RTW: Name one abiotic and one biotic thing in the room. Objective: I will be able to describe the abiotic factors and label the following areas.
15 Chapter 15 Ocean Water and Ocean Life The Composition of Seawater Salinity is the total amount of solid material dissolved in water. typically.
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