Oceanography Practice Test

Oceanography - OCN 201 Practice Test/answers First organisms to evolve 3.8 billion years are anaerobic bacteria True It is highly unlikely that

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OCN 201 Practice Test/answers First organisms to evolve 3.8 billion years are anaerobic bacteria True It is highly unlikely that life exists elsewhere in the universe False The main evidence for the big bang is the blue shift False : Red Shift The age of the universe is 4 billion False The Spark Chamber experiment provided evidence for Panspermy False All species in nature are “fixed.” False ? Species adapt Sexual Reproduction and Oxygen are important factors that lead to the Cambrian explosion True Phytoplankton blooms are most likely to occur when Thermocline depth is less than critical depth Phytoplankton blooms occur on surface, and above thermocline, because thermocline is where lights drops really fast - ???????? Rich fishery grounds correspond with low primary production. ? All primary production on the surface ocean is a result of photosynthesis True Chemoautotrophic bacteria use H2S True Autotrophs are secondary consumers False, they are producers The sea is about 20 times more productive than the land
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course OCN 201 taught by Professor Mottl during the Fall '06 term at Hawaii.

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Oceanography - OCN 201 Practice Test/answers First organisms to evolve 3.8 billion years are anaerobic bacteria True It is highly unlikely that

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