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Penguins

Penguins

Penguins By Cassandra Rocco Click here to go to next slide Penguins Are Birds Yet, unlike most birds, penguins cannot fly! Their bodies are shaped like torpedoes which makes them most efficient in the water. Penguins spend as much as 75% of their time in the water searching for food.

By omer
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Sounds in the Sea: Acoustics and Marine Mammals Capital Hill Ocean Week - 2007 Reserve Officers Association One Constitu

Sounds in the Sea: Acoustics and Marine Mammals Capital Hill Ocean Week - 2007 Reserve Officers Association One Constitu

Sounds in the Sea: Acoustics and Marine Mammals Capital Hill Ocean Week - 2007 Reserve Officers Association One Constitution Avenue, NE Washington, DC Brandon L. Southall, Ph.D. (moderator) Director, NOAA Ocean Acoustics Program National Marine Fisheries Service

By lotus
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Osmoregulation and Excretion

Osmoregulation and Excretion

Osmoregulation and Excretion. Darian Hands Lisa Fan Victoria Donelan TJ Kellogg. Osmoregulation. Osmoregulation is how animals regulate solute concentrations and balance the gain and loss of water Excretion is how animals get rid of the nitrogen-containing waste products of metabolism.

By jun
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Phylum Molluska

Phylum Molluska

Phylum Molluska. Over 50,000 species Coelomate , Protostomes , Bilaterally symmetrical Mostly marine, although some live in fresh water or land. Generally soft-bodied with a hard shell However, squid & octopi have internalized, reduced or lost their shells. Body Plan

By pier
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Text Operations

Text Operations

Text Operations. J. H. Wang Feb. 21, 2008. Text. User Interface. 4, 10. user need. Text. Text Operations. 6, 7. logical view. logical view. Query Operations. DB Manager Module. Indexing. user feedback. 5. 8. inverted file. query. Searching. Index. 8. retrieved docs.

By kennice
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WWW #15

WWW #15

WWW #15. Quiz: THURSDAY, May 15. Part I: Shaded Words. 15.1. Gastro - Stomach. Gastronomy – the art of cooking good food (stomach ) Hypogastric – the lower region of the stomach/abdomen. Arthro - Joint. Arthritis – a disease of swollen joints

By myrrh
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Introduction to water

Introduction to water

Introduction to water. Water. We use it everyday. We drink it Wash ourselves (and our pets) in it Cook with it Swim in it Water our plants with it Put out fires with it Use it recreationally Eat food from it Flush our toilets with it We need water to survive! So, where does all this

By jontae
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Unit 4 Day 10 OBJECTIVE :

Unit 4 Day 10 OBJECTIVE :

Wednesday 1/29/14. Unit 4 Day 10 OBJECTIVE : . Do Now: Layers & Gases of the Atmosphere Today: Layers of the Atmosphere notes Review Atmosphere 24.1 GRWS Global Climate Change Homework: Climate Change Newspaper story. Thursday 1/30/14. Today: “EVERYTHING” else

By cira
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Where do I live?

Where do I live?

Where do I live?. Look at the photos These are places where sea creatures live. Swims or floats in the sea. Walks on the beach. Lives in a rockpool. Lives in a coral reef. Lives in seagrass. Walks on the bottom of the sea.

By fleta
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LIMESTONES

LIMESTONES

LIMESTONES. Calcite (calcium carbonate) dominates Fine-grained Chalk (cliffs of Dover, England) Medium-grained Oolitic limestones Coarse-grained Coquina (broken shells loosely cemented) Fossiliferous limestones. CHERT. Microcrystalline silica (microquartz = silicon dioxide)

By tacey
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Permian Period

Permian Period

Permian Period. 299 -251 million years ago. 2 51 mya – Mass extinction The Paleozoic ends with the greatest Mass Extinction in geologic history. Permian Plants. Conifers 1 st Appear (Needle like trees) Cycads Appear (Seed Fern). Terrestrial Animals. 1 st Archosaur s Appear

By cathal
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Mammals

Mammals

Mammals. Early Mammals. First mammalian fossil found in Mesozoic era (hair, single jawbone, specialized teeth, & endothermic) Early mammals were small, shrew like, insect eaters that had large eye sockets making them probably nocturnal

By starr
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The Endangered Whale Shark

The Endangered Whale Shark

The Endangered Whale Shark. By: Avery Owen 7 th grade Vickery Creek Middle School. Introduction.

By lynley
(189 views)

A TurningPoint for student feedback

A TurningPoint for student feedback

A TurningPoint for student feedback. Dr Sara Marsham School of Marine Science and Technology sara.marsham@ncl.ac.uk. Have you used TurningPoint in one of your sessions?. Yes No. 0 of 30. Just One Thing…. Trialled TurningPoint to collect student feedback

By anthea
(122 views)

Creatures

Creatures

Creatures. 5,ooo species of mollusks. 400 species of coral. 30 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises visit the Great Barrier Reef. Over 200 species of birds. 14 species of sea snakes. 1500 species of fish. 500 species of sea weed or marine algae.

By infinity
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Seasonal variation of bioluminescence in the Mediterranean Sea

Seasonal variation of bioluminescence in the Mediterranean Sea

Seasonal variation of bioluminescence in the Mediterranean Sea. Jessica Craig, Alan Jamieson, Phil Bagley & Monty Priede Oceanlab, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK www.oceanlab.abdn.ac.uk. Talk outline. Bioluminescent sources (BL). Measurement technique.

By matty
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Ocean Reference Time-Series Moorings: Acoustics

Ocean Reference Time-Series Moorings: Acoustics

Ocean Reference Time-Series Moorings: Acoustics. By Bruce M. Howe Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington Reference Time-Series Science Team Meeting 3-5 April 2003. Outline.

By toan
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The History of Life on Earth

The History of Life on Earth

The History of Life on Earth. Formation of the Earth. Earth was formed approx. 4.54 billion years ago out of the solar nebula. Initially molten, the outer layer cooled to form a crust about 4.3 B.Y.A. as water was brought to Earth by meteors.

By toyah
(218 views)

Electronic Tagging of Marine Animals

Electronic Tagging of Marine Animals

Electronic Tagging of Marine Animals. Heidi Swangler. Three main types…. Acoustic Archival Satellite. Satellite Tags. Must be attached externally Transmitter produces radio waves, which are received by satellite GPS used to determine position of tag (animal)

By enya
(172 views)

Adventure Cove

Adventure Cove

Adventure Cove. (13) LiYi 1N3. Universal Studios Singapore.

By burt
(87 views)

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