Transcript: Free Verse Background Life in Rural West Virginia The foster care systems is a temporary arrangement, in which an adult(s) take care of a child or children while their birth parents aren't able to care for them. Many people think that the foster care system is where juvenile delinquents end up, but its a place to help children get proper care. Some negatives to foster care, is that their is a lot of emotional, physical abuse that may have occurred so the child may be scared or have behavioral problems due to it. Some positives to foster care are, it gives a hurt child a home and place to live, therefore you are helping a child get proper care and love, Bibliography Foster Care System The people of Rural West Virginia have been isolated from the mainstream of American life. Residents there, use an "Elizabethan" speech, not used in modern day America. Most towns in Rural West Virginia are very poor, so many families don't have proper food and housing. Another affect of the poverty, is there is many fatalities from drug abuse, and suicides. Dangers of Coal Mining Some on-site dangers are, suffocation gas poisoning, roof collapse, and gas explosions Deaths from coal mining are more frequent in less developed parts of the world. Many deaths are caused by the poor air quality from working in the mines. Many coal mining accidents have been caused by the waste coal mining leaves behind. http://www.kyenvironmentalfoundation.org/coal-mining-health-risks.html http://articles.latimes.com/1985-02-10/news/vw-3776_1_speech http://www.adopt.org/what-foster-care http://familyfig.com/article/pros-and-cons-of-foster-care/
Transcript: Sharks have been around since dinosaurs Shark presentation Shark history
Transcript: Computer Errors Voltage Finished Plate Iron is the control Scanning a Plate Smeared Plate Incorrect Ratios Iron Setup of Instruments and Scanning a Plate Minimum required voltage is 1.35 V Photoelectrolysis uses sunlight to extract hydrogen from water Hydrogen A great appreciation goes out to the following people who helped the SHArK group achieve their maximum potential throughout this project: Eddie Shapley - Our Project Mentor Mr. Parkinson - SHArK Coordinator Jay Winkler - Caltech Alexandra Turley, Jonathan Moroneso, Robert Hatley, Bryce Beagle, Dakota Reinartz, Cameron Bowe - Previous SHArK Students Paul Bracher - Caltech Jennifer Schuttlefield Christus - University of Wisconsin Mrs. Landry, Mr Howardell, Mr. Clark, Mr. Vivers, Mr. Will, Mr Bernier, Mrs. Coyle - CREST Staff Most plates presented less voltage than the original Iron plate. Plates with iron had the highest peak voltage average (0.109 V), followed by nickel, cobalt, calcium, manganese, and zinc. Creating a Solution and Spotting a Plate By: Sarah DeWeese, Breanna Hassett, Shreya Ramkumar, and Ben Sklar Nickel, Potassium, Calcium Acknowledgments Electrolysis Well Plate 43% of incoming light is visible Photocatalysts react with this to split water into stoichiometric amounts of hydrogen and oxygen Analysis of Error Effect of Metal Oxides on Voltage Production Results Green indicates highest values, red lowest, and gray spots have nothing on them Independent variable: metal oxides Dependent variable: Voltage Hypothesis: More reactive metals will produce more voltage High energy content Clean burning fuel Utilized through hydrogen fuel cell technology Voltage Errors Runny Solutions The original hypothesis stated that plates with potassium and calcium, being the most reactive metals the group would be testing, would produce the most voltage. This was incorrect. Discussion Manganese, Nickel, Calcium SHArK Project Photocatalysts Formula Burned and Warped Plates Setup of Instruments Introduction
Transcript: They are mainly found in Florida, Australia, South Africa and California. They also can be found in parts of New Zealand, South America and the Mediterranean, but it is rare however. They lived from about 15 million years ago to 2 million years ago. Megalodon means "Great Tooth" The Great White shark is believed to be the closest shark related to the Megalodon. Humans are friends, not food! Great White Shark Video What does the Megalodon eat? Great White Sharks in Hollywood? They eat animals such as fish, squids, dolphins, whales, and other sharks. Their favorite food to eat is seals and sea lions. It would be the scariest thing in the world. The water wouldn't be safe anymore from this monster. The Megalodon Shark: Megalodon Shark Facts Megalodon Shark What if the Megalodon lived today? Great White sharks can measure up to 18 to 20 ft. These sharks can weigh up to 5000 pounds. Great White Sharks Size Great White Shark Features This shark has two very distinct colors, white and gray. (Gray on the top and white on the bottom). This shark has dark black eyes. The best known movie worldwide about Great White sharks is Jaws. However, the idea of this movie came from a bull shark attack. They used the Great White shark, because it was a bigger and scarier creature. Presented by Edward Saldana Mr. Griffith's 2nd period Oceanography Class The biggest size that a Megalodon can reach is up to 60 ft. The size of a Megalodon's tooth is 7 inches long. This shark was very heavy, however this shark had no problem staying a float. This shark had short bursts of speed. It could move as fast as a car going down a city street. This was clearly a dangerous animal in prehistoric times. Great White Shark We thought the Great White was huge? Where did this monster Live? References/Sources of Information Has different ways to attack its prey Bump and Bite Hit and Run sneak Attack The color and what the Megalodon looks like? The Megalodon Sharks Features What do Great White Sharks eat? Why did the Megalodon go extinct? The Megalodon had a truly global distribution. They terrorized whales in warm water all over the world. Humans are more dangerous to sharks, than sharks are to humans. Sharks: Great White & Megalodon The Size of a Megalodon Where can Great Whites be found? When the shark is flipped upside down, the shark is very relaxed. World's Deadliest Guess Again!!!! VS Mr. Griffith's Megalodon The Prehistoric Shark nationalgeographic.com dinosaurs.about.com greatwhite.org google.com/images What the Great White looks like and its color Large whales were a big part of the shark's diet, but the whales changed their habits. The whales migrated to the cold waters of the Arctic and Antarctic. As a result, the Megalodon couldn't find enough food to survive and they eventually died out. Keeps its body temperature 5 degrees warmer than the outside water temperature. The color of the Megalodon resembles the color of the Great White Shark. It has gray on the top and white on the bottom. This shark is believed to be the ancestor of the Great White. Why can't we be friends and get along? The battle of humans vs. sharks The Megalodon and the Great White Shark are probably the most deadliest sharks of all time. The Megalodon ate prehistoric whales, dolphins, squids, fish and giant turtles.
Transcript: GUMMY How big is it? females 175cm (6 ft) males 145 cm (5 ft) up to 50lbs commonly 3 - 4 ft and about 11 lbs Where is it found? southern half of Australia Shark Bay in Western Australia Port Stephens in New South Wales What does it eat? carnivorous small bluntly-pointed teeth which are ideal for crushing fish, squid && octopus. crustaceans crabs, lobsters, crayfish, shrimp, krill && barnacles What does it look like? Gummy shark are bronze to grey with small white spots found along the body and a pale belly. What else is interesting? small schools composed predominantly of one sex and size group. birth to live young from October through to December, with pregnancies lasting up to 12 months. They carry between 1 and 40 pups with an average of 14. VELVET BELLY LANTERN What size is it? Birth: 5-5.5 in (12-14 cm) Maturity: males about 13 in (33 cm); females 14 in (36 cm) Maximum: 23.5 in (60 cm), rare above 18 in (45 cm) Where can it be found? depth of 702,490 m (2308,170 ft) Arctic, North Eastern Atlantic/Mediterranean, West Africa, Southern Africa What does it eat? bony fishes shads, barracudinas, lanternfishes crustaceans crabs, lobsters, crayfish, shrimp, krill and barnacles cephalopods octopuses, squid cuttlefish What does it look like? What else can i talk about? Ovoviviparous internal fertilization Giving birth to litters of 6 - 20 young every 23 years hunts in packs, attacking and consuming squids many times larger than themselves upper teeth are small, with a narrow central cusp and usually fewer than three pairs of lateral cusplets. The lower teeth are much larger, with a strongly slanted blade-like cusp at the top and interlocking bases dorsal side is dark grey or black with a violet tint takes place within special light-producing organs called “photophores”. “cold light” is produced by a 98% efficient chemical reaction between a protein (luciferin) and an enzyme (luciferase) in the presence of oxygen lack an anal fin running along the lateral line of each flank, scattered under the snout and chin (but not around the mouth), and distributed over the belly; they are especially densely distributed above and below the pelvic fins and on the ventral surface of the tail find mates, evade predators, or attack prey as a group two dorsal fins, each with a distinct spine on the leading edge nose is long and rounded bioluminescent
Transcript: Pitch Deck dd/mm/yyyy Imagine world What is youworld? How it can help People can put the headset on, and use implant ports or controllers to be anyone and anything. The ports use the users thoughts to control the actions, words, possesions, clothes, or basically anything. The Solution The Solution The Market The Market Market Size Market Size 3 $26 54 Competitive Analysis Competitive Analysis Economical Quality Co. A Competitor A name Strengths Weaknesses Co. B Competitor B name Strengths Weaknesses Co. D Competitor D name Strengths Weaknesses Co. C Competitor C name Strengths Weaknesses Strengths Weaknesses Place your logo here Our Solution Our Solution Product Product Business Model Business Model Revenue Model Revenue Model Financial Projection Financial Projection Conclusion Conclusion
Transcript: Nurse Sharks Don't Kill Humans: Bee stings are more likely to kill a human than a shark will. Therefore a bee is more dangerous than a shark. More than 90% of people who are attacked by sharks survive the attack Nurse Sharks Help Humans: Nurse sharks never get cancer. Their cartilage is used in being studied with the hope of develpoing anti-cancer drugs. Which means parts of a shark have medical value for us. Nurse sharks help control many fish and marine mammal populations. Nurse Sharks are one of the most amazing animals on Earth. They're one of the most amazing animals on earth because they have lived in this planet for more than 45O million years and that single fact makes them incredible. Just as humans rule the land, sharks rule the sea! Many people fear sharks, because they hear stories about sharks killing and eating humans actually most sharks are NOT dangerous. Interesting Facts: Pigs kill more people every year than sharks do. Nurse sharks are found in the warm, shallow waters of the western Atlantic and eastern Pacific oceans. They are abundant throughout their range and have no special conservation status, although the closeness of their habit to human activities is putting pressure on the species. The Postives of Nurse Sharks By Lynda Loo 8-3 That is all I would like to include in my presentation!
Transcript: Short Fin Mako Shark Ghost Shark its unique or distinctive features short fin makos eat primarily other fish but will sometimes prey on other sharks. examples of fish prey are Australian Salmon, anchovies, tunas and examples of shark prey are blue and hammerhead sharks. Short Fin Mako Shark Size Sources of Information Short Fin Mako Shark where it is found reside in cool temperate areas to depths of 656 ft. also have been found in estuaries and inshore bays in the spring months when mating. Ghost Shark what it looks like Ghost Shark what it eats the short fin makos tail ratio of height to length is what allows the shark to produce propulsion with minimum drag and maximum thrust large full grown short fin makos only really fall prey to humans, where as juvenille or young short fin makos are sometimes preyed upon by larger sharks found in temperate and tropical seas. recent discovery found shortfin makos off the coast near British Columbia, Canada Short Fin Mako Shark what it looks like Short Fin Mako Shark its color Ghost Shark (Elephant Shark) Ghost Shark where it is found http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/Gallery/Descript/ShortfinMako/Shortfinmako.html http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/Gallery/Descript/ghostshark/ghostshark.html most are around 4 ft. long the ghost sharks has a long spine located just in front of the first dorsal fin that is used to defend themselves against potential predators the ghost shark is oviparous or a shark that lays eggs that hatch outside with no inner reproduction ghost sharks eat mainly shellfish and molluscs the short fin mako shark is a metallic blue on the top and white underneath. it has been seen in study that larger mako sharks have a darker coloration Ghost Shark Size Short Fin Mako Shark any other facts Short Fin Mako Shark what it eats the ghost sharks eyes are green and set high on the head the snout of the ghost shark is covered in pores to sense movement and weak electrical fields which helps the animal find prey. the ghost shark has a club like structure at its snout, making it a very distinct shark. the sharks pectoral fins are very large, providing the fish with itsd locomotion the shark has two dorsal fins. The first is larger than the second toward the back end of the shark. Shark Presentation Liam Cordero Oceanography Period 3 Mr. Griffith Shortfin Mako and Ghost Shark Short Fin Mako Shark its unique or distinctive features most are 6-8 ft. long and 135-300 lbs. maximum length and known is 12.8 ft. the ghost shark has a silvery white body with some dark coloration spots in various places the short fin mako's name is derived from the Maori term mako which, when translated means "shark" there is very little known about the social habits of the short fin mako, however it is known that the shark is very solitary Ghost Shark its color Ghost Shark any other facts the shortfin mako is a sleek, spindle shaped shark it has a long cone like snout the sharks pectoral fins are very short and the sharks top fin is crescent in shape
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