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Transcript of Marine

Day 4
Mary
some changes that happen are the ice bergs melting for more water in the ocean. with this it can floor coastal shores, in tsunami the waves will be bigger witch will flood more schools business and homes. with the demand of money the city(country, state, province) will be probably will get broke
Life as we know it on planet earth is based on water. the chemical reaction required to maintain life takes place in water. Living organisms ether live in water or have a specific mechanisms to conserve water in their bodies. The balance of chemical found in sea water is smiler to chemicals in fluids of the creatures of the land. organisms in the ocean have to develop the required mechanisms meat these needs.. there are many examples

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Physical Geography #1
Physical
Geography #2
Natural Resources

What are some of natural resources found in this environment ?

Some of the natural resources are Foods such as fish, lobsters, oysters, and crabs. Another resource is minerals such as nickel, copper, zinc. Next is oil which is used for fuel, fiber and rubber. The renewable energy converts the tidal waves to electricity.

Physical Geography #1 (Part 2)
By: Sabrina, TT, Steven, Manveer, & Mary

Some key natural process that create and change landforms are tsunami's, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions . Human activities that change the landforms is litter and garbage. Most of our garbage get's put into the oceans, so humans are making a big negative effect on the marine ecosystem. The animals usually end up eating the plastic, which may lead them to die.
Description of the
physical environment
climate & weather
Marine
lobster & crab
Map of Marine Landforms
Water Systems
Natural Hazards
Zinc
Atlantic Ocean
Weather/Climate in the 5 Oceans of the
World
-climates are more calm (moderate) and have less
extreme seasonal variations than inland climates.
-Ocean currents influence climate by transporting
warm and cold waters to other regions.
-Climate is influenced by the temperatures of
the surface
waters and water currents as well as winds.
Pacific Ocean
-Most of the Pacific Ocean is mostly tropical and subtropical
in climate
- Over huge areas there is little variation in temperature either
in time from night to day or season to season, or from place
to place.
Indian Ocean
-winds are generally milder, but summer storms near Mauritius can be severe.
-The Indian Ocean is the warmest ocean in the world.

-is some of the coldest waters to swim in

-The Northern region very rarely sees temperatures
above 15 degrees and is closer to the 10's and 15's all months of the year. As the ocean gets further South it is possible to see average temperatures of 25-30 degrees depending on the state and month.
In the Marine there are many natural hazards. Some of these natural hazards are Typhoons, earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, volcanoes, and waterspouts. All of these are very dangerous making the Marine a very dangerous place to be in for animals and humans.
Nickel
Arctic Ocean
Winters:
- cold & stable weather conditions
- clear skies
- long, cold winters

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TT was here
Summers:
-continuous sunlight
-damp and foggy weather
-weak cyclones with rain or snow

Southern Ocean / Antarctica Ocean
-Sea temperatures vary from about 2 to 10 °C (28 to 50 °F)
-In the winter the water freezes
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY #2
Website Title: Southern ocean
Publisher: Wikimedia Foundation

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Ocean#Climate
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Ocean#Climate
Website Title: Pacific ocean
Publisher: Wikimedia Foundation

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Ocean#CLIMATE
Website Title: INDIAN ocean
Publisher: Wikimedia Foundation

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARCTIC_Ocean#CLIMATE
Website Title: ARCTIC ocean
Publisher: Wikimedia Foundation

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AtLANTIC_Ocean#CLIMATE
Website Title: ATLANTIC ocean
Publisher: Wikimedia Foundation

http://www.mccip.org.uk/annual-report-card/2010-2011/climate-of-the-marine-environment.aspx
website Title: Climate of the marine environment
Article Title: Climate of the marine environment
Citation
hOW CAN WE HELP THE MARINE ECOSYSTEM?
There are many ways to help the marine ecosystem some of them include:
1. Use fewer plastic products
2. Support organizations working to protect the marine habitat
3. Travel the ocean responsible
4. Don't buy items that exploit marine life
5. Help take care of the oceans
ATLANTIC OCEAN
How does the environment affect people and/or organisms living in it.
the physical environment of the ocean floor is different in different areas.
yes they are different but come to think of it they are very smiler in ways
some places are very rock but
have very little life living there!
It affects the organisms & people living there because most of the resources & food are found under water. The organisms/animas depend alot on the water in the ecosystemfor survival. The people living near the marine ecosystem would have to go fishing for food
and would only be able to eat seafood or near by fruits & vegetables.
Some places like the coral reef are very colorful
with lots of plants and full of life living there!
Some places are very sandy with lots of living things but
has few species!
star fish
clam or oster
Discussion topics Questions
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Day 7:
Ecosystems are made up of biotic and abiotic elements, which depend on each other to survive
Ecosystems are in constant state of change, the stages may be caused by nature, or buy human interventions
Human activities have the potential to alter the environment. Humans must be aware of these impacts and try to control them.
Natural events and humans activities that change earth's physical features can have social, political, environmental and economic consequences
Earth's physical features can be created or changed by both natural processes and human activities
The way in which people extract and use natural resources can have social, economic, political and environmental consequences
There is a relationship between earth's physical features and the distribution
TT
Mary
Sabrina
Mary
Sabrina
Steven
Manveer
Day 1
T.T
Day 2
Mary
Day 3
Sabrina
Day 5
Sabrina
Day 6
Day 7
Manveer
Hurricane, typhoons, tsunami etc , cause massive harm to the marine habitat but human activities effect the environment significantly more. We do a lot of damage to the marine environment. Such as littering, pollution, factories, oil spills etc. These things wreck the reefs, plants, animals, biodiversity We need to be aware of these things to control the destruction on the marine habitat.
litter
oil spill
sea turtle
Earth's physical feature can be created by human activities and natural process. Some natural activities are tsunami, earthquakes, tidal waves etc. Some human activities are littering and oil spills. They make a big negative effect on the marine water and land.
How have people and living things have
responded to challenges in the environment?
People use the most out of what they have, they have to
fish for food if they are near the Marine ecoysystem as well
as find any useful items/things near the ocean. They may
also built a shelter in advance incase of a hazard like
storms. Living things like animals living in the Marine may
also have safety procedures and also use the water
(there most important thing in there daily lives) to an
advantage.
For biotic creatures the marine is a great place to live since more of the creatures are fish, and mammals are water animals. Also it is a eco-friendly environment
For abiotic creatures the marine contains most needs for plants, fungi, and other species that live in the marine
the marine environment is constantly changing and in is not all good. we as humans are taking to many big fish from the ocean which mean that there are too many little fish witch mean less kelp and other ocean plants to start decreasing
Extracting natural resources can affect the environment a lot during the process. Digging through the ground and chopping down
trees are some examples. Resource extraction involves any activity that withdraws resources from nature. But there are some pros to
this as well, more extractions of resources means more money, adding money to a country's wealth.

the are many natural resources in the marine. PEOPLE USE FISH ,LOBSTERS , CRABS FOR FOOD. pEOPLE USE NICKEL FOR MAKING COINS ,THEY USE OIL FOR FUEL , plastics, AND RUBBER . tHE PEOPLE USE USE GAS FOR HEATING , chemical PRODUCTION .
Steven
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