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Elementary Oceanography (OCE1001) Study Questions #1 Fall 2011 These questions are based on class material and the following sections in Trujillo and Thurman (2011): Introduction, Chapter 1, Chapter 4 (pages 113-115; and 123- 125), and Appendices I, II, and III. 1. Has the chemical composition of ocean water remained constant through geologic time? 2. Could the earth’s mantle have produced enough water to fill the oceans? 3. What do we call organisms that can make their own food from inorganic carbon sources? 4. What do we call organisms that can break down organic molecules produced by other organisms to release energy? 5. Why did the separation of the Earth into layers occur? 6. What gases did the earth’s early atmosphere (from outgassing) include? 7. How can we use natural radioactive isotopes to determine the age of earth materials? 8. What do we call lines on the earth’s grid system that run parallel to each other in an east-west direction and measure locations north or south? 9. What is a simple and reliable way to measure latitude?
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  • Fall '11
  • RADHABOSE
  • fastest growing populations, population growth linear, inorganic carbon sources, natural radioactive isotopes

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