assignment 3.05 Highways of the Sea Lab Report.docx

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Procedure & Data: Match the letters on the map from Figure 1 with the coordinates in Data Table 1. Data Table 1 Fill out the data table below with the correct letters from the map in Figure 1. Letter from Map Latitude Coordinate Longitude Coordinate Event Date of Event B 48 o N 161 o W Nike shoe spill May 27, 1990 C 49 o N 126 o W 200 shoes found November 30, 1990 E 53 o N 131 o W 100 shoes found February 1991 I 47 o N 125 o W 200 shoes found February 1991 F 59 o N 139 o W 250 shoes found March 26, 1991 D 55 o N 130 o W 200 shoes found May 18, 1991 44 o N 124 o W 150 shoes found April 4, 1991 H 40 o N 124 o W 200 shoes found May 9, 1991 G 19 o N 155.5 o W Several shoes found January 1993 J 32 o N 132 o E Several shoes found January 1994 K 54 o N 133 o W Several shoes found April 1996

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Conclusion : Answer the following questions in complete sentences. Define the following terms: current and gyre. - Current: a body of water or air moving in a definite direction - Gyre: a spiral Using Figure 1 and Data Table 1, what can you conclude about the general pathway the shoes took? The shoes stayed in the same area until in January 1993 and 1994. In number 9, it shows that they moved down South and number 10 moved to the West. Then in 1996, they went back East like before.
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