Lecture 4 Slides

Lecture 4 Slides - lot of the lake’s oxygen leaving fish...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/8/10 Why is it important to understand how matter Let’s see…
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10/8/10 What happens when TOO MUCH Phosphorus moves into Lake
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10/8/10 What happens when TOO MUCH Phosphorus moves into Lake CYANOBACTERIA (aka ALGAE) GROW& MULTIPLY and DIE & ROT (Ew!) From a fish’s perspective
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10/8/10 Yucky algal blooms and the bacteria that eat them take in a
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Unformatted text preview: lot of the lake’s oxygen, leaving fish and other lake life ‘breathless’ How do you fix this problem? 10/8/10 Too much of a toxic element in one area at one time can 10/8/10 Mercury dumped in Minamata Bay, Japan in the 1950s caused severe 10/8/10 Therefore, we want to know what matter is going in and 10/8/10 Carbon cycle...
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2010 for the course NSC 2004C taught by Professor Farell during the Fall '09 term at Dowling.

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Lecture 4 Slides - lot of the lake’s oxygen leaving fish...

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