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# Under the surface of the Ocean

Unit 2 Project By Sean,Jack,and Trey
by

## Robert Lebsock

on 9 January 2014

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Question 5
Research some of the larger oceans in the Arctic ocean Sketch a image of the iceberg next to a vertical number line and show the approximate top and bottom of the iceberg, remember about 7/8 of the iceberg is under water
9000
10000
1.Atlantic Ocean=11/75
2.Artic Ocean=2/75
3.Pacific Ocean= 23/75
4.Indian Ocean=10/75
5.Southern Ocean =3/75
Under the surface of the Ocean
The Ocean
WHALES!
1.Atlantic ocean
2.Artic ocean
3.Pacific Ocean
4.Indian ocean
5. Southern ocean
Question 1
What percent of each ocean is in that 2/3
About 2/3 of earth is covered by ocean. Research the five oceans of the world and create a table that shows about what fraction each ocean is of that 2/3rds
Question 4
Chose 3 different types of whales that live in the ocean (all whales live in the ocean ). Compare things like their size, the amount of food they eat, or the climate they live in.
AND THATS OUR UNDER THE SURFACE OF THE OCEAN PROJECT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :P :D
By Robert Lebsock, Sean Oberacker, and, Jack Witezman
The Hadel Zone
The Hadel Zone is the deepest of the five zones. This zone is about 11,000 feet deep!
Question 2
What is the greatest ocean depth? Find out and display them in a creative way.
The Orca
The Humpback Whale
The Gray Whale
1
7/8
6/8
5/8
4/8
3/8
2/8
1/8
0
Question 5
Research one of the larger Icebergs in the Arctic ocean. Sketch an image of the iceberg next to a vertical number line that shows the approximate top and bottom of the iceberg. Remember,about 7/8ths of an iceberg is under water

SIZE 12-16 meters
Size:14.9 m (49 ft)
Diet: plankton
Climate: Between the Bering Sea and Baja California.

DIET: Krill and small fish
CLIMATE: southern ocean and near Antarctica
Size:19-22 Ft
Diet: squid, seals, sea lions etc.
Climate: Antarctic oceans

Oceans
2/3
Atlantic
Artic
Pacific
Indian
Southern
Visual
Earth
Written
UNIT 2 PROJECT
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Question 0NE math
SAVE OUR CORAL REEFS
MATH
46%
46/100 times 2/3
REDUCE BY 4
23/75
22%
22/100times 2/3
REDUCE BY 4
11/75
6%
6/100 times 2/3
REDUCE BY 4
3/75
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4%
4/100 times 2/3
REDUCE BY 4
2/75
20%
20/100times 2/3
REDUCE By 4
10/75
pacific
atlantic
southern
arctic
Indian
Coral reefs are endanger due pollution around the world, Coral reefs are now in a bad state and we should not litter or throw stuff in the ocean(s) so SAVE OUR REEFS
GOOD
BAD
OKAY
1st
2nd
3rd
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
11000
1000-4000
1000ft. and under you can't see
theirs simply no light
Most fish live @t this level
Coral reef lives here
There are TURTLES
DEEP
(A.K.A)9000-11000
LIVES HERE
The Hadel Zone starts here and goes on for a long time.

We are Farmers
Dun,Dun,Dun,Dun,Dun,Dun,Dun,YEAAA bye:-/""
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