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Introduction to Tidepool

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Jess Morris

on 5 May 2014

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Transcript of Introduction to Tidepool

Our Planet
is 71% salt water ocean.
There are over 372,000 miles of coastline on our planet.
More than one third of the world's population lives within 60 miles of the ocean. That's more than 2.7 billion people.
80% of Californians live within 20 miles of the Pacific Ocean.
That is more than 30 million people.
The area where ocean meets land is called the intertidal zone. Where the coast is rocky, tidepools are often formed.
Tidepools are small pools of water that are isolated from the ocean during low tides. These pools often have incredibly high biodiversity levels.
There are tide pools in our backyard, less than 20 minutes away.
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