SUN+COMPASS+QUESTIONS

SUN+COMPASS+QUESTIONS - Here are some sun compass questions...

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Here are some sun compass questions taken from previous exams. We will ask you to construct the kind of chart I showed you in lecture, so be sure you can identify the ‘rule’ that the animal follows to go in a particular direction at a particular time of day. We will give you the answers in a few days but please try to do them on your own first. If you have trouble, step through the example from class. Remember that the sun moves 15 degrees per hour across the sky. In the Northern Hemisphere, the sun is in the south at noon, but in the Southern Hemisphere, the sun is in the North at noon. HAVE FUN! You never know when you will need to navigate by the sun! 1. As part of your graduate research, you want to determine whether spiny lobsters can use the sun compass as an orientation cue. You clockshift the lobster ahead by 6 hours and release it at 12 Noon southeast of its home den. If the lobster is using a sun compass to orient, which direction will it go? PLEASE SHOW YOUR WORK TO RECEIVE
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2011 for the course NPB 102 taught by Professor Hahn during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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