MAST200 2007 examII review

MAST200 2007 examII review - MAST 200 2007 - Study Guide...

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MAST 200 2007 - Study Guide Exam II This study guide covers materials from the lectures given by Dr. Targett. In studying for the exam, look over your lecture notes. Make sure you understand the concepts emphasized in the notes. Included below is a list of topics that is intended to aid you in your studies. You should understand these concepts and be familiar with them. We strongly suggest you read Chapters 9, 10, 12 and 13 in your text . Exam Review Session: 6:30-7:30pm on Tuesday, October 23, in room 006 Kirkbride Hall. Come prepared with questions or discussion. Session will last as long as there are questions. Ocean Environments What are the major parameters affecting the distribution of marine organisms? (i.e. salinity, light, temperature, dissolved oxygen, pressure, desiccation, pH, water movement) Understand how each in turn influences the distribution of marine organisms in the oceans. What are and define the two major provinces of the marine environment? Why are they subdivided ? (Pinet 9-1) o Pelagic zone (neritic/oceanic) o Benthic - understand the major differences between the littoral (supralittoral, eulittoral, sublittoral) and deep-sea environments. How does sediment type affect benthic communities? What are the main adaptations of intermediate and deep water fish? Why
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course MAST 200 taught by Professor Dexter during the Fall '07 term at University of Delaware.

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