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Externalities of Plastic Pollution in the Ocean

Externalities of Plastic Pollution in the Ocean

Externalities of Plastic Pollution in the Ocean. Gwen Holdgreiwe April 23, 2009 Environmental Economics 331. Ocean Facts. Salt water covers 71% of Earth 97% of all water on Earth is salt water contains 80% of all living matter Source of 60 Billion tons of food/year

By erika
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Interesting and Unusual

Interesting and Unusual

Interesting and Unusual. The Devil’s Face at Tandapi in Ecuador. Monuments at Afara in Algeria. Rice Fields at Ubud in Indonesia. The Lion of Waterloo in Belgium. Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. 6000 square miles of salt . The Highest Flag Mast in the World in North Korea.

By libitha
(180 views)

Diversity of Modern Life

Diversity of Modern Life

Diversity of Modern Life. Kingdom Monera (“Monerans”). Smallest and simplest lifeforms Unicellular (one-celled) no nucleus Bacteria and cyanobacteria. Bacteria . Three basic shapes: round (cocci) rod (bacilli) spiral (spirilli) . Questions.

By Audrey
(238 views)

Halophytic Plants

Halophytic Plants

Halophytic Plants. Biology 561 Barrier Island Ecology. Niceties. 80% of the earth is covered by saline water Very few plants are able to tolerate saline conditions without serious damage Plants that survive in saline environments are termed halophytes (c.f., glycophytes)

By libitha
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Ecology

Ecology

Ecology. WHAT IS ECOLOGY?. Ecology- the scientific study of interactions between organisms and their environments, focusing on energy transfer Ecology is a science of relationships. WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY ENVIRONMENT?. The environment is made up of two factors:

By farren
(258 views)

Awesome Aquatic Biology

Awesome Aquatic Biology

Awesome Aquatic Biology. Let’s Get Started!. By Megan Dunn. Orientation. Think to yourself or talk to your partner about all the times you’ve been to the beach, ocean or aquarium! Did you ever think about what may be living in the water?. Motivation.

By baylee
(316 views)

Unit 2: Physical Geography

Unit 2: Physical Geography

Unit 2: Physical Geography. The Universe.

By merton
(58 views)

Saltwater Intrusion in Two Population Centers of the United States

Saltwater Intrusion in Two Population Centers of the United States

Saltwater Intrusion in Two Population Centers of the United States. Catherine Nickels University Honors in Marine Science Senior Capstone, 2008. Coastal Populations. ~70% World Population Increasing Require reliable freshwater source.

By liam
(297 views)

The Indian River Lagoon

The Indian River Lagoon

The Indian River Lagoon. It’s not really a river! It’s actually a LAGOON, which is a shallow body of water protected from the ocean by barrier islands. An Estuary . The Indian River Lagoon is also an estuary. An estuary is a body of water where fresh and salt water meet and mix.

By lacey
(228 views)

Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology

Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology

Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology. Research Perspectives. Prepared for the GECAFS/SANREM proposal workshop for the Caribbean Food System 16-17 June, 2005 Georgetown, Guyana By Adrian R. Trotman. Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology.

By lin
(181 views)

Soil Physics 2010

Soil Physics 2010

Outline. Reminder Where were we? Capillarity. Soil Physics 2010. Reminder. Homework 1 is due. Soil Physics 2010. Uh-oh. Quiz. Soil Physics 2010. Where were we?. Solutes lower the water’s energy. Fresh water. Salt water. Water moves from higher (pure) to lower (salty) energy state.

By sohalia
(221 views)

Mixtures

Mixtures

Mixtures. Unit III Properties of Matter. BELLWORK. What is a mixture? How can it be separated? Can you provide another example?. BELLWORK. Mixtures. A mixture is a physical blend of two or more substances. Their composition varies (Air).

By sven
(248 views)

A 500 ml water room temperature 20°C placed on the windowsill container made from clay

A 500 ml water room temperature 20°C placed on the windowsill container made from clay

Which will evaporate the quickest and why?. A. B. C. B 150 ml of salt water room temperature 25 ° C placed on the windowsill container made from clay a fan was placed next to it . C 80 ml of salt water room temperature 10 ° C placed on the windowsill container made from plastic

By felton
(89 views)

Layering Liquids

Layering Liquids

Layering Liquids. Today you are going to: layer 4 unknown liquids in a straw so that none of the liquids mixes with another. Base: potato slice Straw: 45° angle Pipet: slowly add liquid. Class Discussion: What were the results?. Isopropyl alcohol. Fresh water.

By maitland
(141 views)

Chemistry 151

Chemistry 151

Chemistry 151. Professor James H. Geiger Office: Chemistry Building, Room 9 Office Hours: 1:30-2:30 PM MWF, and other times by appointment (send me an email). You can also drop by, but I might be busy. Email: geigerj@msu.edu. Textbooks/other help. Textbooks

By sargent
(196 views)

Classification of Matter

Classification of Matter

Classification of Matter. Classification of Matter. Now that we have defined chemical and physical properties of matter, we can use that to help us classify it. One way chemists classify matter is based on its purity . Classification of Matter.

By freya
(185 views)

Animal-Like Protists

Animal-Like Protists

Animal-Like Protists. Ciliates. Example: Paramecium Locomotion: Cilia Feeding: Uses cilia to force water into gullet Asexual Reproduction: Binary Fission Sexual Reproduction: Conjugation Habitat/Lifestyle: Fresh and Salt Water. Sarcodines. Example: Amebas Locomotion: Psuedopods

By kilenya
(304 views)

Unit 3A: Everyday signs and symbols

Unit 3A: Everyday signs and symbols

Unit 3A: Everyday signs and symbols. Everyday signs and symbols. Where might you see these signs? What does each one mean?. Everyday signs and symbols. Where might you see these symbols? What does each one mean?. Corrosive (burns skin). Male / Female toilets. No entry. Put litter in

By zalika
(885 views)

Greek Gods

Greek Gods

Greek Gods. Zeus. Supreme god of the Olympians Father of Perseus and Heracles Siblings are Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Demeter, and Hera More info?. Hera. Wife of Zeus Queen of the Olympians Hated Heracles More info?. Poseidon. God of the sea, earthquakes, and horses

By ugo
(236 views)

Chemistry Jeopardy

Chemistry Jeopardy

Chemistry Jeopardy. A fun way to review for Chemistry Final . Jeopardy. Final Jeopardy. Determine the limiting reagent if 2 grams of Na 2 SO 4 reacts with 5 grams of MgCl 2 . What is Na 2 SO 4 ?. DAILY DOUBLE !. DAILY DOUBLE !. Sodium. What is an element or an alkali metal?. Density.

By idalia
(169 views)

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