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Table of Contents Project Oceanography Spring 2001 i Project Oceanography Spring 2001 Table of Contents Unit One–Antarctic Ecology Program 1-Antarctic Ecology I ......................................................... 2 The Antarctic Region ................................................................................... 2 Ice and Water as a Habitat ........................................................................... 4 The Importance of Ice in Antarctica’s Ecology ............................................ 5 Activity- Antarctic Adventure ....................................................................... 7 Student Page- The Antarctic Ecosystem ..................................................... 9 Program 2- Antarctic Ecology II ................................................................. 10 Classification of Adaptations ........................................................................ 11 Penguin Adaptations ................................................................................... 12 Seal Adaptations ......................................................................................... 14 Activity- Antarctic Insulators ......................................................................... 15 Activity- Antarctic Waterproofing .................................................................. 17 Student Page -Antarctic Adaptations .......................................................... 19 Vocabulary ................................................................................................. 20 References ................................................................................................. 23 Unit Two-Fisheries Management Program-Stock Enhancements and Hatcheries .................................... 25 Stock Enhancement .................................................................................... 25 Aquaculture ................................................................................................. 26 Red Drum Rearing at the Florida Saltwater Fish Hatchery .......................... 27 Activity- Fish Hatchery Model ....................................................................... 30 Activity- Fish Hatchery Math ....................................................................... 31 Student Page- Fishing for the Future .......................................................... 32 Vocabulary ................................................................................................. 33 References ................................................................................................. 34 Unit Three-Red Tide and Harmful Algal Blooms Program-Toxic Algae ...................................................................................... 36 Harmful Algal Blooms .................................................................................. 36 Florida Red Tide .......................................................................................... 37
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