CHAPTER 5 OCE 1001 (Introductory Oceanography, Professor Chiappone)
WATER AND SEAWATER (Trujillo and Thurman, 10th edition)
PRACTICE TEST QUESTIONS
1. The smallest unit of an element that contains all the chemical properties of the element is a/an _.
The mandarinfish or mandarin dragonet (synchiropus splendidus)is
native to the Pacific, ranging approximately from the Ryukyu Islands
south to Australia. This encompasses the coral reefs descending from
the Tokara Strait, south of Japan, all the
1. The transition zone between the well-lit upper waters and the waters that no sunlight reaches is termed the _ zone.
(e) None of the above
2. Organisms that live in the deep waters of the tren
Chapter 1, Part 1
Acidity (7): A measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution.
Alkaline (7): A measure of the concentration of hydroxyl ions in a solution.
Buffer (7): A chemical solution that resists or dampens changes in pH with the addit
1. The transition zone between the well-lit upper waters and the waters that no sunlight reaches is termed the dysphotic zone.
2. Organisms that live in the deep waters of the trenches occupy the hadal zone.
3. The transition zone between the we
Chapter 3, Part 1
Baleen (132): Horny material growing in comb-like, fringed units from the upper jaws of whales of the order Mysticeti.
Cetacea (104): All whale species are in this taxonomic order.
Holoepipelagic (104): Fishes such as certain sharks that
CHAPTER 4 PART 1
Deep-ocean (oceanic) deposits containing less than 30% biogenous sediment. Often
oxidized and red in color, thus commonly termed red clay.
The group of natural processes, including weathering, dissolution, abrasion, c
CHAPTER THREE PART ONE
A continental margin marked by a high degree of tectonic activity, such as those typical of the Pacific Rim.
Types of active margins include convergent active margins (marked by plate convergence) and transform
The inner portion of the shore, lying landward of the mean spring tide high water
line. Acted upon by the ocean only during exceptionally high tides and storms
Sediment seaward of the coastline through the surf zone that is in transport al
CHAPTER 6 OCE 1001 (Introduction to Oceanography, Professor Chiappone)
AIR-SEA INTERACTION (Trujillo and Thurman, 10th edition)
Chapter 6, Part 1
The fraction of incident electromagnetic radiation reflected by a surface.