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Study questions for April 17, 2009, OCS 1005. 1. Background: In class we discussed how the game of Tic-Tac-Toe is a ‘no-brainer’--that you can only win if your opponent forgets what s/he should do next. That is why it is such a good learning game for children (i.e., http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tic-Tac-Toe ). On your final I will ask a question involving Tic-Tac-Toe and successful/unsuccessful environmental policies regarding our ocean planet. To help you prepare for this question, consider and answer the following only after you have read and considered the Hints: Question: If you have been following your class-contract, you have approximately 60 inclass learning points. What is the best way to loose all you inclass points? Hint 1. While it is true that you can loose all those inclass points by disturbing the class, those points can be restored if you meet with me in a timely fashion.
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Unformatted text preview: So disturbing class is a possibility, but not the correct answer for the question as asked. Hint 2. While we are not taking role since this only reflects attendance, we are keeping track of your inclass activity points as these reflect your participation. As of today, any scores less than 60 suggest that you may not be keeping your contract. 2. Complete my mangrove ecosystem diagram. Discuss the impacts associated with by subsistence fishers and foreign capital. 3.Why are coral reefs dependent upon symbiosis. Be specific. Describe what occurs. Discuss how human disturbance and global warming threaten these systems. 4. Briefly discuss the symbiosis which occurs in vent communities dependent upon chemosynthesis. (Section 2, I did not cover this in this lecture. Will cover it later.)...
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