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Biology and Ecology of Algae on Tropical Reefs

Biology and Ecology of Algae on Tropical Reefs

Biology and Ecology of Algae on Tropical Reefs Jennifer E. Smith, Ph.D. National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis University of California Santa Barbara Slime ? Incredible Diversity > 500 species of marine algae in Hawaii, many new species and genera collected every year

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EXPLORING

EXPLORING

EXPLORING. CORAL REEFS. by:. Phoebe Marie “Maripi” R. Reyes. Have you seen a coral reef?. It looks like a garden under the sea. . It lies some distance from the seashore just beneath the water. If you know how to swim, you can take a closer look using goggles.

By Antony
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Additives for Reactive Resins

Additives for Reactive Resins

Additives for Reactive Resins. Shailesh Shah, Ph.D. Director, Technology TRFA, Montreal September 11, 2006. Overview. Composite Demands & Cognis Portfolio Cognis Additives for Reactive resins Air Release Agents Wetting and Dispersing Agents Levelling Agents Rheology Modifiers

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Case Presentation Using Progressive Disclosure

Case Presentation Using Progressive Disclosure

Case Presentation Using Progressive Disclosure. Florida State University College of Medicine “Sample Case Presentation”. Patient Presents to ER. 66 yr old white male Complains of progressive weakness for 2 weeks Intermittent cough, pleuritic chest pain and exertional dyspnea for 6 days

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Factors Causing Coral Bleaching and the Symbiotic Relationship with Zooxanthellae

Factors Causing Coral Bleaching and the Symbiotic Relationship with Zooxanthellae

Factors Causing Coral Bleaching and the Symbiotic Relationship with Zooxanthellae. By Veronica Rodriguez Ecol 475. Coral Bleaching. Coral Bleaching is a stress condition in coral reefs that involves the breakdown of zooxanthellae. Zooxanthellae.

By Lucy
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Plankton

Plankton

Plankton. Marine life 3 categories: Benthos : bottom dwellers; sponges, crabs Nekton : strong swimmers- whales, fish, squid Plankton : animal/plants that drift in water. The have little control over their movement. Includes: diatoms, dinoflagellates, larvae, jellyfish, bacteria.

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The Protozoans

The Protozoans

The Protozoans. Ciliates Amoeboid Protozoans Flagellated Protozoans. Kingdom Protozoa. Defining Characteristics All are unicellular eukaryotes What is a prokaryote ? Many species are both heterotrophic and autotrophic simultaneously or at different stages of the lifecycle .

By Lucy
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Effects of global warming on the world’s oceans

Effects of global warming on the world’s oceans

Effects of global warming on the world’s oceans. Ashley A. Emerson. Anthropogenic CO 2 in the Ocean. CO 2 solubility. Temperature: more soluble at lower temperatures. Salinity: more soluble in greater salinity. Pressure: more soluble under higher pressure.

By Pat_Xavi
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HISTORY - FRP Fiber Reinforced Materials

HISTORY - FRP Fiber Reinforced Materials

HISTORY - FRP Fiber Reinforced Materials. Straw in Clay (Brick, Roof, Walls) Glass Fibers in Concrete Glass Fibers in Polymer. HISTORY - FRP POST WW-II APPLICATIONS. Boat Hulls Radomes Minesweeping Vessels Bath Tubs Covers. HS, CR, LW - New Developments

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VYGOTSKY AND THE ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT (ZPD )

VYGOTSKY AND THE ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT (ZPD )

VYGOTSKY AND THE ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT (ZPD ). 21 January 2010. Vygotsky: Revolutionary Scientist and Educator Key Ideas Human behavior and cultural development take place in and through activity with other people.

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Contribution to the study of grounds of Flemish paintings on canvas from 1600 to 1650

Contribution to the study of grounds of Flemish paintings on canvas from 1600 to 1650

EU-ARTECH Workshop on Seventeenth Century Northern European Paintings Techniques 12th December 2005. Contribution to the study of grounds of Flemish paintings on canvas from 1600 to 1650. Elisabeth MARTIN and Myriam EVENO Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France - PARIS.

By Jimmy
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Carbon Cycle Basics

Carbon Cycle Basics

Carbon Cycle Basics. Ranga Myneni Boston University rmyneni@bu.edu. Egon Schiele (1890-1918) Autumn Sun 1. 1/12. Carbon Pools. Carbon is stored on our planet in the following major pools: as organic molecules in living and dead organisms found in the biosphere;

By Thomas
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‘A Question of’ …Nine Number Picture Boards This nine number picture board is adapted from a template available from

‘A Question of’ …Nine Number Picture Boards This nine number picture board is adapted from a template available from

‘A Question of’ …Nine Number Picture Boards This nine number picture board is adapted from a template available from www.sln.org.uk/geography Click a number to link to an image Click the image to link to an information page Click the yellow square to link back to the image

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Weathering

Weathering

Weathering. Weathering: the disintegration, or breakdown of rock material. Mechanical Weathering : no change in chemical composition--just disintegration into smaller pieces. Chemical Weathering : breakdown as a result of chemical reactions. CaCO 3 +CO 2 +H 2 O ---> Ca 2+ + 2HCO 3-.

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Porifera

Porifera

a.k.a. “Pore bearers,” or sponges. By Albert Chen and Anne Ning. Porifera. http://www.southerncrafter.com/Bath%20Puff%20Sponges%20Assorted.gif Campbell, Neil A., and Jane B. Reece. Biology . 7th ed. San Francisco: Pearson, Benjamin Cummings, 2005. (textbook used on all slides).

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CO2 Mineralization

CO2 Mineralization

CO2 Mineralization. Presented by: Victoria. Global Warming. CO2  Bicarbonate. Calcium Bicarbonate Ca(OH) 2 + CO 2 → CaCO 3 + H 2 O CO 2 + H 2 O «-» H + + HCO 3 - Or Sodium bicarbonate CO 2 + 2NaOH → Na 2 CO 3 + H 2 O. Implementation.

By Samuel
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Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Characterizing and Classifying Eukaryotes . General Characteristics of Eukaryotic Organisms. Five major groups Protozoa Fungi Algae Water molds Slime molds Include both human pathogens and organisms vital for human life. © 2012 Pearson Education Inc.

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Marine Ecology

Marine Ecology

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 organisms adapt to their environment and in turn alter it. 9-1. Ocean Habitats.

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Sediments and the Sea Floor

Sediments and the Sea Floor

Sediments and the Sea Floor. Terrigenous Biogenous Hydrogenous Cosmogenous Volcanogenous . Sediments and the Sea Floor. Terrigenous (Land Based) - From the earth’s lithosphere is sometimes called Lithogenous - Mud and Clay deposits that include red clays

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Chapter 6: Water and Seawater

Chapter 6: Water and Seawater

Chapter 6: Water and Seawater. Fig. 6-19. Atomic structure. Nucleus Protons and neutrons Electrons Ions are charged atoms. Water molecule. H 2 O Two hydrogen, one oxygen Bonded by sharing electrons Bend in geometry creates polarity Dipolar molecule. Dipolar molecule.

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