Transcript: Undara by Ethan Daley information on place. Undara lava tubes Location: Mount Surprise information of Undara. what is a geologist? A Geologist is a person who does research on rocks, how they are formed, and how they became the way they are now. what is a geologist? What dream time or myths are there? There are no stories on Undara, but stone artefacts and scarred trees were found at Undara and Etheridge Shire. Undara is also an aboriginal word that means long way dream time stories or myths What rocks are at Undara? There are metamorphic and igneous rocks at Undara. Specifically Basalt and Corundum which is a type of sapphire. rocks at Undara extra information The total size of the Undara lava tubes is 615km squared. Semi-evergreen vine thicket grows in the moist, sheltered entrances to some of the lava caves. The roofs of some tubes collapsed, creating ideal conditions for dry rainforest to grow and wildlife to shelter. Rock-wallabies, insectivorous bats and owls roost here in the cool. Birds shelter in the fruit-filled canopy and predators lurk in the tumbled basalt terrain to complete the food chain. extra information on Undara How old is Undara? Undara is around 190,000 years old. Below is a timescale of Undara. age of Undara conclusion My conclusion is that Undara is a cave covered with igneous and metamorphic rocks, which was created by a shield volcano that is no longer active. The Undara Lava Tubes were formed when 23km cubed of lava from one of the many volcanoes spilled out over the land and traveled along a riverbed. The tubes were formed when the outer layer formed a crust which protected the still-molten lava and continued to flow as though it was in a tube or a pipe. It is believed that the entire length of 160km is the longest lava flow from any single volcano on earth. It is estimated that the whole process took between 2-3 weeks with the lava flowing at a rate of around 500m/h. The process that occurred was cooling, and the processes that are probably happening now is weathering and erosion. conclusion
Transcript: 5.Ability to support life...-No Characteristics...-1.Lava covers the surface...2Has the Greenhouse Effect...3.Yellow Planet...4. Is know as the Morning Star and The Sister planet to Earth. Neptune's Information Reasons to visit...-1. You can meet new people...2.You can do almost anything you want. Uranus' Information Ability to support life...-No Reasons to Visit...-1.Visit the Earths "relative"...2.Come and Swim in the lava. Number of Moons...-30: Titan is the largest, and the next six in size are Rhea, Iapetus, Dione, Tethys, Enceladus, and Mimas. Ability To Support Life...-No Characteristics...-1.Small rocky body once thought to be very Earth-like...2.It has polar ice caps that grow and recede with the change of seasons....3.It has a striking red appearance...4.it is twice as bright as Sirius, the brightest star. Jupiter's Information Reason to Visit...-1.Go and chase the hurricanes...2.Go swimming on the planet because it one big swirling sea. Characteristics...-1.It has super heated oceans...2.Farthest planet from the sun...3.It has a great dark spot...4.It has clumpy and irregular rings Characteristics...-1.It's about 3 times the size of Earth...2. It has a big red dot on it called,"Giant Red Spot"...3.It is the largest planet...4.It has 63 satellites. 3.Number of Moons...-0 Period Of Rotation...-24.62 hours Placement from the Sun...-6th planet & 1,426,725,400 km (8.87 x 108 miles) or 9.54 astronomical units Number of Moons...-Sixteen others had been discovered before 2001. Five of the largest are Miranda, Titania, Oberon, Umbriel, and Ariel Come and explore the Solar System! Placement from the Sun...-2nd Planet Number Of Moons...-1:Luna Venus Reasons to visit...-1.Come and soak in the hot oceans...2. Glide across its Rings as if you were on a roller coaster. Reason to visit...-Slip N' Slide across it rings...2.Carve your name in its rings. Earth Number of moons...-0 6.Characteristics...-1.Rocky Suface with many Craters...2.Scientist found ice water ice inside deep craters at the north and south poles...3.Smallest Planet...4.It is grey because it has no atmosphere and all we see is its rocky surface. Number Of Moons...-2: Phobos, Deimos Period of Revolution...-83.75 Earth years Reasons to Visit...-1.Come and float on the clouds...2.Come and swing across the rings. Ability to support life...-No Mercury Ability to support life...-No Period of Rotation...-0.72 Earth days or 17.9 Earth hours Jupiter Saturn Neptune Period of Revolution...-686.93 Earth days 4.Placcement from Sun...-1st planet Period Of Revolution...-365.26 Earth Days Earth's Information Mercury's Information Placement from the Sun...-5th planet & 778,412,010 km (4.84 x 108 miles) or 5.20 astronomical units Ability to Support Life...-No 7.Two reasons why you should visit mercury...-1.You can skateboard in its large craters....2.You can You can Ice fish deep (very deep) in the craters. Reasons To Visit...-1.Come Snowboard on its icecaps...2.Come and race Go-Carts on its rocky surface. Number of Moons...-62 known moons. Four largest are Ganymede, Callisto, Lo, and Europa. Period of Rotation..-0.44 Earth days (10.2 Earth hours) Saturn's Information Placement from the Sun...-2,870,972,200 km (1.78 x 109 miles) or 19.19 astronomical units Number of Moons...-8: Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, Galatea, Larissa, Proteus, Triton, and Nereid. Characterisitics...-1.Its 71% Water...3.Its has about 7 billion people...3.It has mountins,glaciers, plains, rivers, lakes, oceans, forest, ect....4.It has 8.74 million different kinds of species living on it. Venus' Information Period of Rotation...- 0.41 Earth days (9.8 Earth hours) Period of Rotation...-0.67 Earth days (19.1 Earth hours) Solar System Project Billie Beverley 4th PD. 2/22/12 Venus Mars Ability to support life...-No Uranus Characteristics...-1.It has ring...2.It is a "gas giant" with no solid surface...3.It spins backwards compared to other planets...4.Its the only planet that spins on it,s side...4.It has a very think cloud cover. Period of revolution...-163.72 Earth years Placement From The Sun...-4th planet & 227,936,640 km Period of Revolution...- 11.86 Earth years 1.Period of Rotation....-58.65 Earth Days Period of revolution...-224.7 Earth days Characteristics...-1.It has rings...2.It is a gas giant...3.2nd largest planet...4.Very Hot. Period Of Rotation...-I day (23.93 Hours) Mars' Information Placement Form The Sun...-3rd Planet & 1 AU (149,597,890 km) Period of rotation..-243 Earth days 2.Period of Revolution...-.24 Earth Years(87.97 Earth Days) Placement from Sun...-8th Planet Period of Revolution...-29.46 Earth years Ability To Support Life...-Yes
Transcript: %54.56435541 %35.23423634 %13.32879456 memory check... SYSTEM BOOT ARE GJCIANS DISASTER READY? ARE GJCIANS DISASTER READY? Problems: Narrow Stairs Stairs for every building are one of the problems in our school, but instead of widening them or adding another stairs, Students should be oriented of their designated stairs for every building. Narrow Stairs Railings should be added beside the fire exits. Also ladders. Students should stay organize during the disaster to avoid stampede. Fire Exits Fire Exits Tables should be added for strong protection during the disaster. Chairs Chairs The alarm should be loud enough to be heard per floor in every building. Fire ALarms Fire ALarms
Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... http://www.edtechnetwork.com/powerpoint.html https://www.thebalance.com/free-family-feud-powerpoint-templates-1358184 Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/msgames.htm Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from https://www.thebalance.com/free-powerpoint-games-for-teachers-1358169 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Wheel-of-Riches-PowerPoint-Template-Plays-Just-Like-Wheel-of-Fortune-383606 Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. http://www.free-power-point-templates.com/deal-powerpoint-template/ Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.
Transcript: Science Powerpoint By: Sonya Bryant Competition Competition An interaction between organism or species in which both the organisms or species are harmed Mutualism Mutualism A symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit The Crocodile and Egyptian Plover The Crocodile and Egyptian Plover In one picture there is a bird in a crocodiles mouth, which you might be wonder is the crocodile going to eat the bird, isn't the bird fearing for it's life. To answer your question no the crocodile is not going to eat the bird. The bird is called the Egyptian Plover, which is also known as the Crocodile bird. This type of bird helps to clean the crocodiles teeth, and gets a nice meal while helping the Croco have nice hygiene. Flower and the Humming bird The flower and the Humming bird In my second picture there is a bird and a flower, the name of the bird is a humming bird. It's a type of bird that hums thats how it got it's name. Just like bees humming birds take the pollen from the flowers, but doesn't make honey, help the flower by passing pollen from flower to flower. The humming bird gets nectar to feed on. Commensalism Commensalism A symbiotic relationship in which one species benefit without benefitting or harming the other organism. Questions Questions 1. What is Competiton? 2. What type of animals are Competition? 3. What species are mutualism? 4. How does the Egyptain Plove help the Crocodile? 5. Example of commensalism 6. How does it help other species? Competition would be describe as a fight for survive, for food, water and shelter. Mutualism would be describe as a co-operation for species. Commensalism would be describe as a team work that species help each other without volience. Description Description
Transcript: A fossil is... Our fossil was pretty interesting and fossils from all over the world are so fun to learn about We hope that you learned alot or had a good review from our powerpoint BY Kate and Renee the fossils were found in South Dakota in the United States of America When the scientist found its fossils and put them together they relized it was not a dinosaur Founded first in the 1890s Our extinct organism; Archelon Looks like a turtle had a shell but wasnt hard like a modern day turtle 4 fins or flippers small tail long head its name means " ruling toutus" lived on an island sea that covered North America with cretaceous eats a variety of fishes it is about 12 feet long Main vocab era: one of the three long units of geological time between Precambrian and the present Evolution: the process bt which all the different types of living things have changed over time geological time scale: a record of the geological events and life forms in the Earth's history Conclusion continued vocabulary Fossils- the preserved remains or traces of oranisms preserved in Earth's crust Fossils By Kate and Renee About the fossils index fossils: are the preserved remains of an organism known to have lived during a specific time span Fossil record: is a chronological list of life forms that existed in Earth's past. Studying the fossils records shows how life on Earth developed Paleontology: the study of the history of life on Earth as revealed though fossils
Transcript: The Definition of the Benthic Zone is the very bottom (or the lowest level) of an ocean What are some Human Impacts on the Benthic Zone Eats Eats And Finally Eats Abiotic factors Varies from 1-5 degrees centigraded Animals : Plant : Benthic Zone Angler fish Our Video that we picked was Biotic Factors Definition of Benthic Zone none Shrimp Viperfish Sea Horse Inkfish Light Availability : Density/Salinity : Sea Cucumber Anemone Vampire Squid Special Features or Adaptions from Animals Food Chains and Webs Sea Star Both are High There are positive and negative effects we have on the abyssal zone. Some negative effects are we have polluted the abyssal zone. We can't get down far enough to clean the abyssal zone. Some positive effects we have on the abyssal zone are researching the animals down in the abyssal zone and we can find out if they could live in shallower water of it they have to live in deep water. Deep-Sea Angelfish (Abyssal Zone) For Example like these Animals : Depth : (In the Benthic Zone) Temperature : Squid Seaweed There are a lot of animals in the Benthic Zone that have adapted to have no light from the sun but instead to have their own glowing light which is incredible for them to have in their animal body but the point is that yes, their is animals in the Benthic Zone who have adapted to have no sunlight. Sea Snail (The Living Components) 4,000 meters deep (Non - Living Components)
Transcript: My hypothesis If you drink water then your heart rate will be closer to normal Background Research In the research conducted for this experiment Gatorade seemed to be the better drink to consume before an activity. Gatorade keeps you hydrated longer then water in intense workouts and activities. Gatorade was created as an athletic drink. It was an invention that was created in a lab in 1965 within the University of Florida. Some of the ingredients in Gatorade are potassium and sodium. Potassium acts as an electrolyte. Too much potassium however can lead to a disease called Hyperkalemia or excess amount of potassium in the blood stream. Sodium helps muscles contract properly and leads to a healthy blood pressure. However most foods are already high in sodium so if you do not exercise then you are at risk of health conditions like elevated blood pressure, stroke, and heart disease increase. Materials Materials- 2 clean cups per participant pre-measured/marked containers to hold 250mL of liquid metric measuring cup bottled water (same brand) (2250mL total needed, divided) Lemon-Lime Perform 02 Gatorade (same flavor/type) (2250mL total needed, divided) open space for activity space/chair for rest area willing participants for experiment Procedure Gather people and materials Prepare the water and Lemon-Lime Gatorade in cups (250 ml) Have participant rest for 15 minutes in a chair Have participant take pulse rate from the neck for 15 seconds Have participant jog in place for 2 minutes without any liquid Have participant take pulse rate for 15 seconds Rest for another 15 minutes in a chair Have participant drink water (250ml) Rest in chair for another 15 minutes Jog in place for 2 minutes Take pulse for 15 seconds Rest for 15 minutes Have participant drink Lemon-Lime Gatorade (250 ml) Rest for 15 minutes Jog in place for 2 minutes Take pulse for 15 seconds Repeat steps 1-16 for each participant two more times on two different days for a total of three trials per participant Record all data Data Table The data from this experiment helps us better understand the topic of weather water is better to drink rather than Gatorade before an activity. In the research conducted Gatorade seemed to be the better option for the activity. But the results show that water was better for the activity. The hypothesis of the experiment was that water was better than Gatorade for keeping your pulse rate down. According to this data in this experiment you should drink water rather than Gatorade. The impact of these results supports water in the fact that good for keeping your pulse rate down. It does not support Gatorade in keeping your pulse rate down. It could affect the marketing of both. In a positive way for water and negative for Gatorade. People might start to use water more than Gatorade which is healthier. The area of interaction for this experiment is Health and Social education. The reason for this Area of Interaction is that it is trying to figure out which drink is healthier for you so you can do physical activities with friends longer. If somebody was to do the exact same experiment then they might get completely different results or about the same data. The reason I say that is because if you get people that are used to drinking Gatorade before activities their body is used to it therefore their pulse rate may be lower than in my experiment. The reason being that the people I tested used both Gatorade and water regularly but water a little bit more frequently. This might have been a factor in my experiment as to why when the participants used water their pulse rate was always lower then when they used Gatorade. Which will you choose? I would like to thank a few people personally for their time. One is the Kidd family for letting me test them in the experiment. As well as my mother who let me use her computer when the one in our house crashed. finally I would like to thank my sister for letting me test her with this experiment. And my dad for letting me take over the computer when he had school work to do. Sources www.Gatorade.com/history/ "the sports-drink wars" Time magazine www.live strong.com/gatorade-vs-water-on-pulse-rates www.livestrong.com/article/510331-the-effects-of-gatorade-in-the-body/ blood: look at your body Gatorade Water gatorade Which will you side with My research question: will water or Gatorade be better for keeping your heart rate down? Implications and Conclusions
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