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Unit III: Deep Sea Biology The Staff at Project Oceanography would like to thank the following people for their assistance in preparing these materials: Graphics: Chad Edmisten Kim Donaldson Writers: Kim Donaldson Joseph Torres, Ph.D. Editors: Paula Coble Juli Rasure Lori Huthmacher Packet Distribution Tracy Christner
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Table of Contents Teacher information: This material is background information for teachers. This should be read and discussed with students before each video presentation. Student Information Sheets are background information for students. They should be copied and given to students before video presentation. Activities should be done as a follow- up to program. Questions should be discussed after the show. Deep Sea Acknowledgements pg. 142 Table of Contents pg. 143 Project Oceanography Packet Contents pg. 144 Unit III Deep Sea Biology Lesson I. Environment and Exploration pg. 145 The epipelagic zone pg. 145 The mesopelagic zone pg. 146 The bathypelagic zone pg. 146 The benthic and near-bottom
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2011 for the course OCB 6050 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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