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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/3/11 Water, Water, Everywhere The Earth’s Oceans and Seas Kala Carroll Earth Science 203
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8/3/11 Major Bodies of Water Four oceans: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Arctic Pacific is largest and deepest 64,186,300 square miles 12,925 feet average depth Fifth ocean delimited in 2000 Southern Ocean north of America
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8/3/11 Coral Reefs Form in shallow, warm seas Made of coral polyps’ skeletons
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Unformatted text preview: Grow on top of old skeletons Spend adult lives fixed to same spot Coral diseases increasing dramatically past 10 years Responding to onset of bacteria, fungi, viruses 8/3/11 Ocean Zones Sunlit (down to 650 feet) Sea plants and many animals Twilight (down to 3,300 feet) Many different fish Sunless (down to 13,100 feet) Animals feed on dead food from above...
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This note was uploaded on 08/02/2011 for the course CIS 146 taught by Professor Mcdaniel during the Spring '08 term at Wallace Community College.

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