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Physical Oceanography

Physical Oceanography

Physical Oceanography The Oceans Sea Water Ocean Movements Chap. 15 Objectives The Oceans – 15.1 identify methods used by scientists to study Earth’s oceans discuss the origin and composition of the oceans. describe the distribution of oceans and major seas Introduction

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Did an Asteroid Impact Cause Dinosaur Extinction?

Did an Asteroid Impact Cause Dinosaur Extinction?

Did an Asteroid Impact Cause Dinosaur Extinction? By Justin Howenstine Could an impact cause Extinction? 2 Theories of how an impact could cause dinosaur extinction Global Firestorm Long term environmental effects Supporting Evidence Global Firestorm How does an impact cause a firestorm?

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CIM R9

CIM R9

CIM R9. Supporting Details Facts and details explain or support the main idea. . Look for sentence that provide information about the main idea. Look for answers to the questions who, what, where, when, why, and how about the main idea.

By Michelle
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Active and Passive Margins

Active and Passive Margins

Active and Passive Margins. Not always a plain sea mounts guyots ( gee -ohs) ridges and trenches. Deep-Sea Floor. Hydrothermal Vents. Hydrothermal Vents. Composition of Sea Water. Weathering and Vents. Temperature. Temperature. Reds and oranges within first 10 m

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Ocean Basins

Ocean Basins

Ocean Basins. The hypsigraphic curve. The submersible Alvin. Echo sounding Seismic Profiling. As they cool down through the Curie point, . The Formation of Magnetic Stripes. The Ocean Floor Sinks as it gets older .

By Gabriel
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Rhizopoda!

Rhizopoda!

Rhizopoda!. Rhizopods (often referred to as Amoeba). All unicellular Some of them have shells All use pseudopodia to move and feed Found in fresh water, marine environments, and soil A few are parasites (spread through drinking water, food, or eating utensils)

By jaden
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What Will I Learn About In Marine Science?

What Will I Learn About In Marine Science?

What Will I Learn About In Marine Science?. What Will I Learn About In Marine Science?. Some of the topics to be covered in this course: The science of marine biology The sea floor, plate tectonics, early earth (project) Marine ecology Tsunamis (project) El Nino / southern occilation

By Patman
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PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS. Alfred Wegener (1880-1930). Alfred Wegener (1880-1930). The Origin of Continents and Oceans (1915). I. Continental Drift. Pangea: “all lands”. I. Continental Drift A. Fit of the Continents. Fit of the Continents. I. Continental Drift A. Fit of the Continents

By Jimmy
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How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation. To View the presentation as a slideshow with effects select “View” on the menu bar and click on “Slide Show.” To advance through the presentation, click the right-arrow key or the space bar.

By Lucy
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Igneous Rocks and Plate Tectonics

Igneous Rocks and Plate Tectonics

Igneous Rocks and Plate Tectonics . Igneous Petrotectonic Assemblages. Igneous Rocks and Tectonics. Igneous rock formation largely tied to tectonic activity 3 main tectonic settings for making igneous rocks:. Igneous Rocks at Divergent Margins: Mid-Ocean Ridges. Magma origin:

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Plate Tectonics Study Guide

Plate Tectonics Study Guide

Plate Tectonics Study Guide. Layers of the Earth. From the surface of the Earth the layers are the crust, mantle, outer core, and inner core. Lithosphere. The Lithosphere is the Earth’s crust and the upper part of the mantle. This layer contains the tectonic plates on Earth. Asthenosphere.

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Sea-Floor Spreading

Sea-Floor Spreading

Sea-Floor Spreading. Why Was Continental Drift Not Accepted?. Wegener couldn’t explain what force was strong enough to move the plates. The Great Global Rift. In 1953, American physicists Ewing and Heezen discovered that through an underwater mountain

By raleigh
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Physical Oceanography

Physical Oceanography

Physical Oceanography. The Oceans Sea Water Ocean Movements. Chap. 15. Objectives. The Oceans – 15.1. identify methods used by scientists to study Earth’s oceans discuss the origin and composition of the oceans. describe the distribution of oceans and major seas. Introduction.

By aldis
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Earth’s major plates

Earth’s major plates

Earth’s major plates. Note: Boundaries rarely correspond to the contact between oceans and continents! . Types of plate boundaries. Relation between igneous activity and plate boundaries. Starting point: Continents and oceans are the pieces of an eden broken up by the great flood:.

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Igneous Rocks and Plate Tectonics

Igneous Rocks and Plate Tectonics

Igneous Rocks and Plate Tectonics . Igneous Petrotectonic Assemblages. Igneous Rocks and Tectonics. Igneous rock formation largely tied to tectonic activity 3 main tectonic settings for making igneous rocks:. Igneous Rocks at Divergent Margins: Mid-Ocean Ridges. Magma origin:

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UNIT SIX: Earth’s Structure

UNIT SIX: Earth’s Structure

UNIT SIX: Earth’s Structure. Chapter 18 Earth’s History and Rocks Chapter 19 Changing Earth Chapter 20 Earthquakes and Volcanoes. Chapter Nineteen: Changing Earth. 19.1 Inside Earth 19.2 Plate Tectonics 19.3 Plate Boundaries 19.4 Metamorphic Rocks.

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Planet Earth

Planet Earth

Planet Earth. A story of formation and the evolution of microbial life. Lets get it on…. Solar nebula accreted to form the solar system .

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phytoplankton/algae

phytoplankton/algae

CHESAPEAKE BAY BEFORE FISHING - HISTORIC. KEY: CAPITALS AND BOLDFACE TYPE INDICATE ABUNDANT lowercase and italics indicate rare THICK ARROWS INDICATE ( ) STRONG INTERACTION dashed arrows indictate ( ) weak interaction. SEALS. ALLIGATORS.

By emelda
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Deep Sea

Deep Sea

016b. Deep Sea. Deep Sea. Ocean Zones. photic. 100m. dysphotic. aphotic. Deep Ocean Characteristics. Cold Still Stable Dark Essentially no productivity Sparse Life Extremely high pressure Little food. Potential Food Source for Deep Sea Organisms.

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Hi, my name is Rocky. I'm a rock sitting on the Earth's surface. I am your guide on the tour of the rock cycle.

Hi, my name is Rocky. I'm a rock sitting on the Earth's surface. I am your guide on the tour of the rock cycle.

Hi, my name is Rocky. I'm a rock sitting on the Earth's surface. I am your guide on the tour of the rock cycle. All rocks on the Earth's surface weather - though some weather faster than others. Three different forces work together to break up rocks into smaller pieces.

By clive
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