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Exploring Rocky Shor e By: Karina Ortiz Gonzalez
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What are Rocky Shores? Rocky Shores are biologically rich environments, and they are a useful natural laboratory for studying intertidal ecology and other biological processes.
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How are organisms on a rocky shore distributed? Upper shore, middle shore and lower shore.
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What three types of bedrock are typically found in a rocky shore ecosystem? State, Granite, and Quartzite.
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What are the different zones of the rocky shore? Hight tide zones, middle tide zones and low tide zones.
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What plants are found in each zone? Splash- Lichens, mosses, and humans. Uppder- Blue-Green seaweed and rockweed Middle- Rockweed. Lower- Kelp, large brown algae, feather boa, and sea palm.
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What is the name of a plant-like species found in rocky shores? The name of a plant-like species that is found in the shore is called a linch.
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In which zone of the rocky shore would you most likely find only grasses and patches of lichens?
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