Carter, Adam. "Greek Antiquities Threatened by Austerity Plan." CBCnews. CBC/Radio Canada,
13 Mar. 2012. Web. 25 Mar. 2012. <http:/www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2012/03/09/f-greeceantiquities.html>.
Carters article focuses on opinions from few people whom f
UOG Marine Lab
Use this handout, along with the Guidelines for Field Trip Reports, to help you write your report.
Discuss at least three scientific topics presented at the Marine Lab in the discussion section.
Background info: The UOG Marine Lab is a rese
The following includes background information and questions to assist in writing your report.
In 1997, Tumon Bay was designated one of five marine preserves by Public Law 24-21. The
law, which became fully enforceable in 2001, limits fishing act
The Limestone Forest: An Ancient Coral Reef
The limestone forests of Guam, known as alutong, are unique for their geological
history and the organisms that live there. They are called limestone forests because the
substrate is comprised of calcium c
Underwater World Field Trip - Marine Biology
Important: Please attach your UWW ticket to your handout
Note: Before starting your independent fieldtrip, read the extra credit section on the back.
1. Look for either a shark, guitarfish or other ray for the
JUNGLE RIVERBOAT CRUISE/TALOFOFO RIVER ESTUARY
Introduction: The Talofofo River is Guams largest river. It drains a watershed of about 7300 hectares of rolling
hills and valleys. Much of southern Guam receives its water from this area. A tributary, the Ug
Study Guide Chapter 9 (Marine mammals, reptiles, birds)
Click here to access Castro & Huber, 2007, Chapter 9 Marine Reptiles, Birds and Mammals
For a perspective on geologic time periods, Click here for a Chart of Geological Time
Recall that fish were the
Study Guide: Chapter 10 An Introduction to Marine Ecology
Below are Ecological Levels of Organization which increase in complexity going down the list.
Individual - A single member of a species
e.g., a mudskipper, a fiddler crab, etc.
Population - A col
Study Guide Ch 2 The Sea Floor
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Structure of the Earth See Fig 2.3 and Table 2.2 (Castro & Huber)
1) Core - mostly iron & nickel; 4,000 degrees C
a) Outer Core: Iron-rich liquid - swirling motion may produce earths magnetic field
b) Inner core: most
Study Guide Chapter 14: Coral Reefs
The following link will connect you to Chapter 14 in Castro and Huber.
Coral Reefs are structures formed by biological and geological processes
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Study Guide INVERTEBRATES II (Ch 7 contd)
THE BILATERAL ORGANISMS: Bilateral symmetry begins with the marine worms. At this
point, protostomy and all three germ layers occur. (Deuterostomy starts with the Phylum
I. MARINE WORMS
Marine Biology - Study Guide, Chapter 12 Estuaries/Mangroves
Estuaries occur where fresh water meets seawater as in mangroves, salt marshes, lagoons, and bays
Drowned river valley or Coastal Plain resulted from sea levels rising at the end of
Mangroves Field Trip
Sasa Bay, Piti
Use the following information and questions to develop your report.
Sasa Bay is a shallow, coastal lagoon with scattered patch reefs. The total wetland area
comprises 102 hectares, making it the largest in the Marianas.
Ch 3 Chemical and Physical Properties of Seawater Study Guide
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Transitional states of water 0 deg C - water freezes; molecules in a rigid structure
32 -100 deg C - water is a liquid; less rigid than ice molecules form and break groups constantly
Study Guide: Ch 1 Marine Science, Ch 5 The Microbial World, and Ch 6 Multicellular Algae and Plants
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Ch 1 History of Marine Science and Scientific Inquiry
- Ancestors of Pacific islanders possessed great knowledge of marine life, ce
before, during, and after a civil trial. The chapter also covers alternative dispute resolution
Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a national holiday that is celebrated
annually to recognize the achievements of American workers (Labor Day). For many, it is the
last weekend before school starts or the beginning of
Short and Long Term Goals
Determination is an important part of my character, which helps me in reaching goals, as
each and every time I take up something new, I am determined in my success. This very trait of
my character identifies me as a personality,
Mrs. Tressa Dela Cruz
October 7, 2014
Japan vs. Philippines
Having to decide a place where to go with your loved one or a family is a difficult decision. You
have to think about the cost of the airline tickets, a hotel to stay in
The Day My World Stood Still
It was a day like no other, but yet a day I will always remember.
It was 6:30 in the morning and I just woke up, I had many things to do today so I had to
get up and start my day. Today wasnt very different from any other, exc
A. Eye-catching sentence:
Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle;
the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals. - Martin
Luther King, Jr
B. Background information:
Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless
exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.).
Sometimes the journey to obtain justice is a long lonely road b
The Day My World Stood Still
It was day like any other, but yet a day like no other. I woke up early that morning around
6:30 am, knowing I had so many things I had to do. With all the things I had to do Id made sure
that I would go spend some time with h
Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear (Mark Twain). Mark Twain
understood to require courage you must first fear something. Courage is defined as mental or
moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, f
Nanei, are you nervous about your first day of school?
Why would I be nervous, Titaw? Its not like we just moved to Guam from Yap three weeks ago;
entirely different island, house, school, not knowi
30 October 2016
Chinese Early Twentieth Economy and Religion
Today, China is one of the lead competitors in economy and trade around the globe
(Bowblis 2000). The Chinese people werent always wealthy; they
Students Should Be Able to Eat During Instructional Time
Personally we all get hungry, so well have a bite to eat during class. Although
teachers may disagree, having students eating in class will help students and teachers
stay on task and not worry abou
For so many years, I am well-known at my father's work at Hyatt Regency Saipan. As
soon as I enter the lobby of the hotel there's just so many greetings from different staffs. It
feels good to be known that you are the Outlet Manager's daughter
EN110 Freshman Comp
Mrs. Barbara Adamos
November 12, 2016
Mandatory Drug Test for Public Assistance
Child and adult medical programs, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs (Food
Stamps), Women Infants and children
1. What were the initial challenges that you experienced in your each of the major essays?
The initial changes that I experienced the most are the Narrative Essay about Labor Day.
I was struggling with how to narrate about