12:26 3. Eutrophication is an increase in the concentration of chemical nutrients in an ecosystem to an extent that increases the primary productivity of the ecosystem. Depending on the degree of eutrophication, subsequent negative environmental effects s
OCS 1006 Fall 2007 Test II Circle Answer 50 pts answer all.
1. The primary way in which scientists concluded the Earth had deep layers that were fluid was though: A. Drilling to very great depths. B. Study of satellite altimetry C. Study of earthquake s
Introduction To Oceanography
OCS 1005 - FALL 2012
SECTION 1 & 2
M, W, F
10:30 11:20/11:30 12:20
A. COURSE GOAL
This course introduces students to four marine processes - geological,
physical, chemical and biological - that typify our plane
OCS 1006 Spring 2011 Longitude and Latitude Homework Due start of class Sept 9 Using any resources available to you answer the following questions. Name the Geographic Feature at Each Location 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 30.412009 30.414461 24.6029
OCS 1006 Fall 2009 Review for Final Test Th Dec 10 12:30 - 2:30 Regular Classroom There will be 4 discussion questions worth a total of 50 points. 1. One will deal with the fisheries concept of maximum sustained yield. 2. One will deal with pollution in t
Presenting problem: what brings a patient into the doctor.
Prevalence: rate of the disorder in the population
Incidence: the number of new cases over a period of time (i.e. per year).
Onset: how it started?
a. Acute: sudden
20 quarts of water
20 quarts of water
2.5 cups of table salt
20 quarts of water - H2O
2.5 cups of table salt - NaCl
0.5 cup of epsom salt
20 quarts of seawater - H2O
Kilometer 1000 m
millimeter 1/1000 m
Chapter 1. Knowing the Ocean World
General information mixed in with a history that is somewhat rambling. The important stuff is that which deals with determining where you are on Earth so that you can start understanding how the whole thing operates.
Review of Concepts Test 1
1. SemesterLong Concepts 2. Geological Section Concepts
Semester Long Concepts
Understanding and Predicting some as large and remote as the OCEAN and EARTH
Text: Section 1.3. Weak and short Moodle : Systems Theory.
28. Eutrophication is an enrichment of the ocean with chemical nut rients mostly containing nitrogen and phosphorous. This has many effects on the environment-plant growth will be maximized and they might grow large enough to take over the ecosystem. I t
TEST 3 Review OCS 1006 Fall 2009 The test will be limited to material dealing with life, 13, 14, & 15 as well as Moodle handouts. Test worth 100 points and will be entirely multiple choice. Handouts: Production and Respiration Critical Depth Theory of Spr
Introduction to Oceanography
OCS 1006 (section 1)
10:30 - 11:50 TTh
This course is the Honors section of Introduction to Oceanography. As an Honors course, you
are expected to become actively involved in the learning process. Each week you will be