A theory of the origin of the solar system must take into account all important
general properties of the planets, which include three of the four properties listed.
Which one is NOT an important general property of the planets?
2. If the
Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture
Part II. Increasing IMTA Adoption
Dr. Thierry Chopin
University of New Brunswick
Canadian IMTA Network
P. O. Box 5050
Saint John, New Brunswick
E2L 4L5 Canada
Dr. Max Troell
The Royal Swedis
SRAC Publication No. 4306
Soft Shell Crab Shedding Systems
Albert Rusty Gaud and Julie A. Anderson1
The physiology of molting crabs has been well documented. A crab responds to the la
SRAC Publication No. 4301
Hard Clam Hatchery
and Nursery Production
Nancy H. Hadley1 and Jack M. Whetstone2
Biology of the hard clam
Hard clams of the genus Mercenaria
are found from the Gulf of St.
Lawrence to the Gulf of Mexico and
Module 14: Collaborative Application of Economic Principles
Assignment: News Article Review I (100 points)
All articles must be recent, the beginning of the semester forward.
The article must relate to at least two of the following learning outcome:
Capitalism vs Socialism
Socialism is an economic system where the means of production, such as money and other forms of
capital, are owned by the state or public. Under a socialist system, everyone works for wealth that is,
in turn, distributed to everyon
Generally speaking, inflation means the average level of prices is rising. It is usually
measured by the consumer price index, which measures the average change over time in
the prices paid by urban consumers for a market basket of consumer goods and serv
How does the Federal Reserve interest rate policy affects you as consumer?
Please support your position with most current information and news.
The Federal Reserve studies economic trends and makes monetary policy decisions to keep
things running smoothly
The Social Stratification on the lives of the Jews
during the Holocaust.
November 2, 2015
Treister, Kenneth. Holocaust Memorial. Holocaust Memorial of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Miami Beach 1984.
Chapter 1 Notes
an increase by natural growth or by gradual external addition; growth i
n sizeor extent.
a theory that deduces a cataclysmic birth of the universe (big bang) fro
m theobserved expansion of the universe, cosm
are the main constituents of deep sea sedimentation.
are formed from the insoluble remains of past life forms and parts such as bones and
is a calcium carbonate mud formed from the hard parts
1. -List and describe the regions of the ocean in descending
-epipelagic 0-200 m
-mesopelagic 200-1000 m
-sublittoral 0-200 m (continental shelf)
Review questions for Chapter 13
1. Who was the first person to classify groups of animals?
2. What is included in a scientific name?
The genus and species name
3. Explain the difference between photosynthesis and chemosynthesis
Review Questions for Test 3
1. The ocean is slow to heat and to cool. Explain why. This is related to a property of
water known as higher heat capacity.
2. Describe the manner in which sound is transmitted under water. Sound is often
transmited via SONAR
Review question for chapter 7- Ocean Chemistry
1. What does the hydrogen bond to in a water molecule
Oxygen atoms of another water molecule
2. What is diffusion?
Random movement of materials through a solution. Dissolved substances tend to
diffuse from re
1. The ocean is slow to heat and to cool. Explain why.
2. Describe the manner in which sound is transmitted under water.
3. Why can we say that the ocean is stratified?
4. What temperature properties do most of the worlds oceans have?
5. When will the den
E Coordinated by hormones
C Females have reproductive
FSH follicle stimulating hormone
LH luteinizing hormone
Progesterone maintains state of pregnancy
Oxytoxin promotes contraction
Sea Level: The Changing Tides
I. Copying the Tidal Data into a Table
1. Open Microsoft Excel so that you have a blank page to enter the data. Open
http:/webhome.broward.edu/~arodrigu/oceanography/ocean/lectures/ Freeport.doc in
There is a sub-discipline of the science of
biology known as ECOLOGY.
Ecology is the study of the inter-relationships
of organisms, of how they fit together in a
what are th
The marine environment is a hard
ecosystem to study for several
iit's hard to get to;
cruise down in a deep-sea
Are expensive to build, and to operate.
Sediments of the Oceans
Are particles of
organic or inorganic
accumulates in a
CONTINENTAL MARGINS AND THE
Geology in the oceans is like flying in a balloon
over the continents on a cloudy day and
periodically dropping a bucket over and pulling
Imagine what you would think if you only got one
Tools of the Trade
How do we learn about
the nature of the ocean
floor and structure of
the oceanic crust?
a. Ocean Floor Mapping
using sound: multibeam (SEA BEAM),
side-scan (SEA MARK)
B. Seismic studies:
reflection and refraction
Origin of the Earth
Big Bang beginning of the expansion of
10-20 billion years (Billion years -BY ) ago:
the Universe is born
As the matter cool off forms atoms from
the original matter