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85D06912FBF8427DB29F21E5D5904F97 - Aquatics Chesapeake Bay...

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Aquatics / Chesapeake Bay Review #1 Below is a list of topics that could be on the first Chesapeake Bay Test. The test will contain, but is not limited to, the information below. Introduction and General Information: ~ Define/Describe each of the following… - watershed - estuary - brackish water - desalination - xeriscaping - potable - anaerobic vs aerobic - hypoxic - anoxic - thermal pollution - eutrophication - point vs nonpoint ~What are the states that contain the Bay? ~ What are the states in the Bays watershed?
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~What is the average depth of the bay? ~ How does the Bay, age and depth, compare to other bodies of water? ~ Identify some major water uses (residential/agricultural/industrial) and ways to conserve water History: ~How was the bay formed? (Natural history) ~What is life like during each time period: hunter-gatherer, agricultural revolution, and industrial revolution?  (3 column chart) ~How has farming changed throughout history (start of the agricultural to today) and how has the changes  each impacted the Bay? 
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~What are some major negative impacts the bay has experienced throughout history?
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