Aaron Torres Gonzalez 1
Aaron Torres Gonzalez
27 December 2016
Science As Storytelling
1. Just because an observation isnt reproducible, it does not follow that it is false.
However, do you think Rule #1 is still a good idea for
OCEANOGRAPHY 100: OCEANOGRAPHY LECTURE ONLINE
Palomar College Fall 2012
Instructor: Mr. Al Trujillo
As a survey course, the content provides a foundation in science by examining oceanographic
concepts, including the study of geologic, chemi
The rate at which carbon is produced by microbes, algae, and plants.
○ Plants need solar energy
Making your own food – autotroph.
Autotrophs or primary producers use either photosynthesis or
chemosynthesis to produ
Coastal Classifications Primary o Land Based Processes (rivers, glaciers, volcanoes) Secondary o Waves, Currents, Tides. o Coral Reefs and Mangrove Trees. San Diego is Secondary. o Processes Waves produce coastal currents Onshore Current Longshore C
-Dr. Yon OCN100 December 4, 2007 Ocean Color 1. Complete the M&M's experiment by following the directions on the web site. Which wavelength of light (color) is absorbed first? Based on what you observe, explain why the ocean appears to have a blue-gr