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Science Project

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Jennifer Kim

on 30 October 2015

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Transcript of Science Project

What is Carbon Dioxide?
What is the problem?
Carbon dioxide in our oceans
Our location
What is our mission?
Who we will need to help us

Carbon Dioxide in the ocean
Some of you may be wondering how Carbon Dioxide gets in the ocean. Well, Carbon Dioxide dissolves into the air. Carbon Dioxide from the atmosphere dissolves easiest in cold water (Oceans), where it can sink to deep parts of the ocean and remain there for thousands of years. Carbon Dioxide is also stored in icebergs, therefore, if the iceberg melts, more CO2 will enter the water.

Did you know, that half of the Carbon Dioxide that is man-made, will end up in the ocean.
What is the problem?
The problem is that the Carbon Dioxide levels in the ocean are rising because of pollution and magma erupting deep underground. Animals that live in an area with lots of Carbon Dioxide leaking from the ocean floor are being affected and are losing their sense to stay away from danger.

Marine biologists that are working with us to solve this dilemma, have been collecting water samples from different oceans to experiment with.
They have also tested fish that are contaminated with too much carbon and fish that are completely fine, to make matters worse, the fish that is contaminated with Carbon seems to be losing it’s sense to stay away from predators.
Our Location
What is our mission?
Who will we need to help us?
Good morning/afternoon 6G & Mrs Grados, my name is Professor Shnoodle and I’m Professor Shvenzier.
Today we are here to talk about the dangerous amounts of Carbon Dioxide that have been raiding our SPeCtaCuLAr oceans.

We will also be talking about what has been affected by carbon dioxide.

So ladies and gentlemen sit back get comfortable and enjoy!! :)
Our company is located in Kenya, Africa, above the equator.

Our mission is located in the Atlantic ocean. The Atlantic ocean has a massive amount of Carbon Dioxide.

We will be traveling to the Atlantic Ocean to begin our expedition.
Our mission is to help marine life get away from the Carbon Dioxide and put them in a home that is safe for them to live in.

We want ALL the animals in the ocean to live for a long time. We don't want them to die right after they have been born.
We will need a few companies/groups that can help us achieve our mission. Some of these include: An Environmentalist, Hydrologists, a Volcanologist, Sedimentologists and a Marine Biologist.
Obstacles we faced during our mission:
Finding people to work with us.
Finding jobs associated with the ocean.
We had a budget, so buying expensive equipment used a lot of it.

Obstacles we faced in real life:
Finding pictures of CO2 in the ocean.
Finding jobs associated with the ocean.
Trying to work on prezi at the same time didn't work.


This coral has died because of the amount of Co2 in the ocean.
This is carbon dioxide in our ocean.

Symbol for Carbon Dioxide
Carbon Dioxide-
Carbon is an element that's found all over the world and in every living thing
Marine Biologist-
Study of organisms in the ocean
Study the quality of water on Earth
Studies the ocean
Study volcanoes
Study the composition of the sediments in sand

What is Carbon Dioxide?
Carbon is an element that's found all over the world and in every living thing. Oxygen is another element that's in the air we breathe. Whenever we burn fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas, whether it's to drive our cars, use electricity, or make products,we are producing carbon dioxide.

The oceans store large amounts of carbon, and so do plants, soil, and deposits of coal, oil, and natural gas deep underground. Carbon naturally moves from one part of the Earth to another through the carbon cycle. But right now, by burning fossil fuels, people are adding carbon to the atmosphere, faster than natural processes can remove it. That's why the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is increasing.
Carbon video
Atlantic Ocean
The Darkest part of the ocean is the Atlantic ocean.
Ocean Researchers Company Africa
By Daniella and Jennifer
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