1. Explain the relationship between continental drift and the formation of the Earths Oceans?
In the beginning of time there was one ocean and one continent. As the super continent split
into multiple continents so did the ocean. With gaps developing betw
1. What is the mission of the Sea Otter Research and Conservation Program?
To conserve and protect Californias sea otters.
2. How do you report a Stranded otter (three steps)?
Do not touch, observe them to ensure their safety, call the closest
2.02 Ship log
The date is December 21st and Ive been hired as a scientist aboard this amazing ship named
the HMS Challenger. The captain says he wants to map the world and give some scientists the
chance to collect samples. I myself have bro
After plotting the turtle's movements, answer the following questions.
At the beginning of August, the turtle stayed very close to the shoreline
of Florida. Why do you believe she did this?
I think the turtle stayed close to the shoreline because it wa
A story of survival in the coral
Hey dad, the other
fishes keep picking
on me at school.
What are they doing to
They say my
mouth is weird,
and my colors are
Well, they must
not know that
is how we
Module 5 Review
Review the following:
Antarctica (Lesson 05.01)
1. Information (Antarctic site 1 is best for these questions)
a. What is continental ice?
It is ice that forms on land and it covers all underlying terrain.
b. What is sea ice?
It is fr
01.11 Module 1 Review and QuizzesReview
Module 01.00 Review
Data (Lessons 01.03 through 01.05)
How to analyze data
Be able to pull out the data that is stated from a table, chart, graph
Be able to identify how an outcome could result from the data given
Module 3 Review
Sea Turtles (Lessons 03.02, 03.04, 03.05)
1. What types are typically found in Florida?
a. Loggerhead, green, and leatherback
2. What types are not typically found in Florida?
a. Hawksbill, Kemps Ridley, Olive Ridley, Flatback
3. What are
Module 04 Review
(Lessons 04.02, 04.03, 04.04)
1. What are phytoplankton?
Phytoplankton are plant plankton, including microscopic diatoms and algae.
living thing that drifts with the current through the ocean
2. Know that the three adaptat
02.10 Module 02 Review
Tools used to measure latitude (Lesson 02.01) (use the first resource in this lesson to help you)
1. Be able to list and describe the 3 main tools used to measure latitude in early navigation
a. Sextant, astrolabe, cross staff
1. Temperature: Put some hot water, warm water, and cold water in three bowls. Just use
water from your faucet, and please be sure that the hot water is not too hot to touch! Place a
finger in the hot water and a finger of the
1. A whistle you use to call your hunting dog has a frequency of 21 kHz, but your dog is
ignoring it. You suspect the whistle may not be working, but you can't hear sounds above
20 kHz. To test it, you ask a friend to blow the whistle and hop on his
1. The National Marine Fisheries Service is an important agency because they
protect so many marine species. They rebuild and protect habitats, promote
marine research, food production development, and developing fisheries.
2. I think th
On the diagram below, what percentage of energy (from the choices in blue on the left) is transferred
from a producer to a: (A) secondary consumer, (B) tertiary consumer, (C) quaternary consumer?
Look at the quote from Rachel Cars
01.05 DESIGNING YOUR OWN EXPERIMENT Lesson Organizer
Use this document to help you design your experiment about one of the scenarios from the activity.
Copy and paste the template then insert your information for each of the steps of the scientific method
Develop a ship's log for three days as if you were a scientist aboard the HMS Challenger. For each entry,
include a brief statement of where the ship is, what date you were there, and weather conditionsthe
weather can be very general and fictional.
1. How has the catch of lobsters changed over the past 15 years in the state of Maine?
The catch has tripled over the past 15 years; about 20 million pounds over the 100 year
2. What does Walter Day suggest needs to be done to ke
01.03 What is Science?
Body of Water: Atlantic Ocean
Location: Daytona Beach FL
Time: 5:04 pm
The beach that I did this project at had sandy dunes and the weather was windy, cloudy and cold. I
observed plants such as shrubs, palm trees and cacti; though t
Problem: How can an oil spill be cleaned in the open ocean?
You are to use the site on the Lesson page and your own knowledge to brainstorm how you could
possibly clean up the oil. List your ideas.
Now choose one that you think will work and state a hypot
Type of erosion control Pros of using control Cons of using control
Planting of dune grasses
Protects the shore from
tidal erosion and too much
Will intercept and divert
any objects that
Bar Graph for Comparing and Contrasting
1. Read through the information on diatoms and dinoflagellates.
2. Type in the appropriate columns below the characteristics that apply to diatoms, dinoflagellates,
and the character
1. What are some common symptoms of food poisoning? Based on those symptoms, which
dinoflagellate do you think is responsible for the outbreak?
Pains and cramps
Karenia brevis are probably responsible for the outbreak. They spread super fa
Directions: Read through the lab completely. Open your notebook and write down the
three analysis questions listed in the lesson below. Make sure to also create the two data tables
in your notes prior to beginning the trials, so you can record your times
Part one: Answer the following questions using complete sentences. Each question is
worth 4 points.
Describe four factors that influence ocean currents.
Wind, Coriolis Effect, water density, and ocean bottom topography
Explain how the Coriolis Effect impa
Title: Ocean Buoys and Currents
Objective: To use data from buoys to analyze ocean currents
Procedures: Plot the data for your bottle on the world map.
Data and Observations: After you have plotted the data for your bottle on the world map
(Step 3 in the
Using the fish from the build-a-fish activity please choose one of the scenarios below. You can choose
the format of your project (PowerPoint, childrens storybook, movie, newspaper article, poster,
interview, ect.) for either scenario. Be creative an