Aquariums Essay Examples

  • In Palaestra

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    Caecilius gave a discus to Quintus, because he was celebrating his birthday. Then Caecilius led his son to the baths where the exercising ground was. The slave was carrying the discus for Quintus. After the entered the baths, Caecilius and his son hurried to the exercising grounds. A big crowd was in the field. Quintus saw many young men, athletes, and boxers. Quintus saw many statues in the exercising ground. “The Pompeians put up a statue of a very famous athlete,” said Caecilius. There was a big colonnade in the exercising grounds. The spectators were standing on the colonnade. The sla

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    Coral Reef Crisis

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    Title: The Coral Reef Crisis Abstract: “Coral reefs and associated tropical near shore ecosystems have suffered massive, long-term decline in abundance, diversity, and habitat structure due to over fishing and pollution” (Pandolfi, 2003). By looking at evidence as to why coral reefs do not all have uniform resilience, and what can be done in the wake of a disturbance, informed decisions regarding preservation can be made. The Pandolfi and Bellwood papers clearly lay out the issue at hand and develop possible solutions that could greatly impact the prevalence of coral reefs in the future.

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    The goldfish is a domesticated form of carassius auratus, a carp like fish. It is known as funa in Japan and is native to East Asia especially around China. Wild carassius auratus is colored usually olive or dark brown and is about 40 cm. It also weighs about 4.5 kg. After, they found out that it can be also found in southern Canada. It actually originated from China during the time of the Song dynasty, then Japan and then t Europe. Goldfish are usually in bright colors like bright red, and gold. They are peaceful aquarium fish and lives in water temperatures 14 Celsius to 20 Celsius. Hatc

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    Legal Issues In Reduction Of Workforce

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    Legal Issues in Reduction of Workforce FastServe Inc. is a marketing company dealing with sports apparel. In recent years FastServe Inc. entered in new territory by marketing their products online. However, the venture did not work out as planned and the company is now forced with employee layoffs. In the online simulation, the company has submitted the names of five employees for possible termination. The following paper will explore consider the ramifications that can arise from the dismissal of these employees. The paper will also analyze the legal regulations that can affect the dismissa

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    Giant Salvinia

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    What is it? This water fern has a horizontal stem that floats just below water and produces folded, floating leaves. It has been spread to many parts of the world for use in aquariums and garden ponds, but when small fragments are introduced to larger bodies of water, it quickly grows out of control. Why is it a threat? Giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta) can completely cover waterways preventing the passage of sunlight and oxygen that native plants, fish, insects and other species require. It makes lakes and streams look like putting greens, eliminating opportunities for boating and fishing

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    Macro Bio

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    Phylum Porifera- are sponges. Sponges have cellular-level organization, meaning that that their cells are specialized so that different cells perform different functions, but similar cells are not organized into tissues and bodies are a sort of loose aggregation of different kinds of cells. Sponges are found in virtually all aquatic habitats, although they are most common and diverse in the marine environment. Many species contain toxic substances, probably to discourage predators. Phylum Chordata- This is our phylum. Characterized by vertebrates ( spine, dorsal hollow nerve cord) Phyl

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    Salt Water Aquariums

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    Aquaium Filtration Fishes, invertebrates, algae, live rock and all other living creatures in a reef aquarium all impart changes to your system's water quality. Whether you're conscious of it, or try to improve on it, or not, there are meny tiny reactions that take place to convert, "cycle", otherwise offset the accumulation and toxicity of these waste and by products. The most common element you’ll see in any fish tank is nitrogen and it's cycling. What makes nitrogen such a useful tool for keeping your eye on your system's water quality? Imagine being able to make an easy measure/te

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    A Comparison Of Population Estimation Methods Using The Yellow Elimia Snail

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    Abstract The purpose of this experiment was to compare three methods of population estimation: enumeration, mark/recapture, and depletion. We went to Choctafaula Creek in Lee County, Alabama to estimate the population size of the yellow elimia snail (Elimia flava). In this experiment, the enumeration method estimated a population of 847 snails, the mark/recapture method estimated 1,328 snails, and the depletion method gave estimates of 1,918 snails and 680 snails. These three methods each gave an extremely different estimate, and therefore the three methods are not equally valid. Intro

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    Advertising Goal Statements 1) Create appealing, informative advertisements. 2) Increase product awareness. 3) Create industry buzz about new, enhanced product. 4) Maintain consistent, controlled customer communication. 5) Educate consumers on the benefits of GloFish. 6) Increase consumer inquiries about product. 7) Increase and encourage positive feedback and sharing. 8) Increase sales. Develop comprehensive/ creative marketing programs with specific goals/objectives and connected to target markets as required. Report must communicate what you are recommending and why? Bro

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    Utopian Society

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    Every human, even the animals, dream to have and live in a perfect society, where no problems could exist at all. Could you imagine what a utopian society it would be? It probably will be the most peaceful place to live without wars or problems of any kind. Although we might think of this as something impossible to exist it is not as hard as you think, if we all together help just as it happened to exist “Marvelous Boat” where sea animals created a perfect society. Everything started when the most generous fish that could exist in the ocean died, after being catch by a fishhook. It was the s

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    Great Barrier Reef

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    Great Barrier Reef The Great Barrier Reef is located of the coast of Australia and it consists of more than 2,800 coral reefs. (National Geographic). This is the largest coral reef ecosystem in the world currently. (National Geographic). The Great Barrier Reef stretches for 133,000 square miles and is currently one of the world’s natural wonders. (Discovery). It is larger than the Great Wall of China and is the only living organism that is visible from outer space. ( The Great Barrier Reef was built from billions of tiny organisms and to this day supports many div

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    Great Barrier Reef Debate

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    A reef started to form over 6 thousand years ago. While it is still forming today, it might not be for long. Slowly but surely this great reef is falling apart and losing many kinds of animals. There are three main reasons for the deterioration and changing of The Great Barrier Reef: climate change, human activities, and endangered species. We all know some of the causes of global warming: aerosols, foam cups, fumes from cars; they’re all put into the category of CFCs. Most scientists believe that those CFCs are the causes of global warming. However there are some people who do not a

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    How Some Aquatic Organisms Must Respond To Variations In Their Environment With Particular Reference To Salt And Water Balance

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    Aquatic environments are generally split into three categories; fresh water, marine (salt water) and estuarine (a combination of salt and fresh water). The organisms that live in each of these environments have specific adaptations that allow them to respond to changes in their surrounds. Fish generally prefer either fresh water or salt water and are unable to cope with a change from one to the other. For example the cells in fresh water fish are saltier than the surrounding water, so due to osmosis (the diffusion of water through a semi-permeable membrane) water is constantly flowing into

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    Reflective Statement

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    Our group chose to volunteer at the Pier Aquarium for our service learning project. Our main task was to design the Aquarium’s brochures, so that they become more competitive with the brochures, which other tourist places offer. In addition, we helped with setting up for the Fish Head Ball, which was a charity event held by the Aquarium to raise funds. I had an amazing experience, while doing the project, because I discovered that it can be very rewarding to volunteer, especially if you like the people you are working with. The Service Learning Project was the first volunteer work that I ha

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    The Beauty Of The Coral Reef

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    The Beauty of the Coral Reef The tropical sun penetrates my skin as I sit on top of the smooth, hot sand anxiously putting on each piece of my snorkeling gear. I slip my feet into the tight fins, wiggling my toes through the taut rubber until it feels just right. Pulling the bulky plastic mask over my eyes I look out at the sea. The waves are rolling onto the sand, beckoning me to come in and explore the glorious creations underneath their surface. Adjusting my mouthpiece and getting a steady breath, I waddle over to the surf and begin to abide their call. Gently the water brushes upon my ski

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    Steinhardt Academy

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    Steinhart Academy of Sciences There was a lot to see at the Steinhart aquarium and the new renovations they’ve made have probably made it one of the best “Aquariums” in the world. There are many exhibits in the Steinhart aquarium ranging from the African exhibits, where they have very intricate replicas of animals native to Africa and a penguin exhibit, to a four story sphere replicating the tropics where they have exotic butterflies, birds and even have a piranha tank. Another main attraction to the aquarium is the Aquarium part of the Academy which hosts many different fish and sea creat

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    2477 words - 10 pages Body shape  There is a tremendous diversity of fish in the world. Each species is adapted to life in a specific habitat. By examining the body shape of the fish, the aquariast can learn much about the habitat of the fish.  Overall Body Shape  The body shape is one of the best indicators in determining the fish's environment. Surface dwelling fish have an upturned mouth, a flattened back. Tall bodied, laterally compressed species like Discus and Angelfish, are adapted to life in slow-moving waters. Slender, torpedo shaped fish are better adapted to moving waters. Bottom-d

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    Unit 5 Homework Section A: Balancing Chemical Equations Place the proper coefficient in the blanks to balance each equation. 1. 2 AlI3 + 3 Br2 ( 2 AlBr3 + 3 I2 2. 2 B + 3 F2 ( 2 BF3 3. 2 NO + 1O2 ( 2 NO2 4. ____ Al(NO3)3 + ____ Ba(OH)2 ( ____ Al(OH)3 + ____ Ba(NO3)2 5. 1 H2 + 1Br2 ( 2 HBr 6. ____ HCl + ____MnO2 ( ____MnCl2 + ____ H2O + ____Cl2 7. ____ F2 + ____H2O ( ____ O2 + ____HF 8. ____Fe2O3 + ____ C ( ____ Fe + ____ CO2 9. ____ Cl2 + ____PCl3 ( ____PCl5 10. ____ SO3 ( ____SO2 + ____O2 11. ____ HCl + ____Ba(OH)2 ( ____ BaCl2 + ____ H2O 1

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    Peachy Visit

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    A Peachy Visit As the summer approaches many people being to plan trips. "Where are we going?" and "How are we going to get there?", are some of the many questions that come to mind when preparing for a trip. I knew that I wanted to travel to a place where I could shop until I dropped, party until I couldn't anymore, and see an attraction that would be mind blowing. Before I knew it, I was on a spur of the moment thirteen hour road trip with my son's father to state best known for its peach, Georgia! We stayed in "ATL", also known as Atlanta. Atlanta is the hottest city in Georgia, famo

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    Kybernetes Society

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    Republic of the Philippines SOUTHERN LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY Lucban, Quezon Laboratory Exercise No.1 Aquatic Ecosystem I. Introduction Often called “rainforests of the sea”, coral reefs form some of the most diverse ecosystems on earth. They occupy less than one tenth of one percent of the world ocean surface, about half the area of France, yet they provide a home for twenty-five percent of all marine species, including fish, molluscs, worms, crustaceans, echinoderms, sponges, tunicates and other cnidarians. Paradoxically, coral reefs flourish even though they are surrounded by oc

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    Polypys And Biodiversity

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    louis March 9, 2011 BioEssay on Biodiversity Coral Polyps the Rain Forest of the Sea While some people think of them as plants, corals are actually "home" too many millions of animals called "coral polyps." These polyps have soft, hollow bodies with mouths facing upwards. Little tentacles, which contain stinging cells, are attached to the circumference of their mouths and help the polyps capture their food. They also absorb some nutrients through their microvilli. While coral "homes" grow together to create reefs that provide an optimal hiding place for other fish, turtles, eels, shrimp,

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    INTRODUCTION Goldfish, Carassius auratus, are ectothermic animals. This means that their body temperature changes with the change of the environmental temperature. When there is a low water temperature, a goldfish slows down its metabolic activities; however, when water temperatures are high, their metabolic processes increase. Proteins and enzymes are also affected by temperature changes. Within fish, the current exchange system allows the efficient extraction of oxygen from the water by the gills. When a fish takes in water, the flow of it is opposite to the flow of blood. Moreover, the siz

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    I Dont Know

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    I visited the Georgia Aquarium, supposedly the largest aquarium in the world. Although the aquarium is large in size, I didn’t think it had many observational exhibits to offer as opposed to aquariums like the Tennessee Aquarium. Nonetheless, I undoubtedly saw some interesting sights. The first exhibit I entered was the Cold Water Quest, which housed the beluga whales, sea otters, seals, African penguins, and the touch-tank containing sea urchins and anemones. On a smaller scale, I also saw sea dragons and spider crabs housed in small tanks. I thought the beluga whales were the most interestin

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    Aurelia Aurita

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    Aurelia Aurita The Aurelia Aurita, also known as the Moon Jellyfish, are recognized for their delicate and exquisite coloration, often in patterns of spots and streaks. They belong to a group of very similar species of jellyfish in the Aurelia species and they are almost impossible to distinguish them from each other without testing their genetic material. Moon jellyfish are typically found close to the shore, where their preferred temperatures range from 9 °C to 19 °C; however, these jellyfish can be found in freezing cold waters as well and in tropical regions where the temperature excee

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    Dez Nutz In Yo Bitch Mouth

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    Nitrogen Cycle and The Carbon Cycles Essay In this essay, you will know what the Carbon cycle is and how it works. Also what the Nitrogen cycle is and how it works. Lastly you will become familiar with the term biogeochemical cycle. Also the differences and similarities of Carbon and Nitrogen cycles. The Carbon cycle is the movement of carbon from the nonliving environment into living things and then back into nonliving environment. Carbon stored in soil, trees, the ocean, and atmosphere moves through the world in the carbon cycle. Plants on land and phytoplankton in the sea take in carbo

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    Coral Reefs

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    WHAT ARE CORAL REEFS Coral reefs are underwater structures made from calcium carbonate secreted by corals. Corals are colonies of tiny living animals found in marine waters that contain few nutrients. Most coral reefs are built from stony corals, which in turn consist of polyps that cluster in groups. The polyps are like tiny sea anemones, to which they are closely related. But unlike sea anemones, coral polyps secrete hard carbonate exoskeletons which support and protect their bodies. Reefs grow best in warm, shallow, clear, sunny and agitated waters. Coral Reefs are the "Rainforests" of th

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    iIntroduction The Spratly Islands are situated in the South China Sea, one of the largest continental shelves in the world, which is abundant in resources such as oil, natural gas, minerals, and seafood. It is the seaway passed by many ships trading across the region and continent. Conflict in the South China Sea really affects both regional and international stability. Thus, the study of and seeking appropriate solutions for the Spratly Islands conflict are important at least for two reasons—ensuring both regional and international security and peace, and promoting regional cooperation. 19

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    Octopuses Octopuses have 8 legs and live underwater. They can swim. Octopuses Octopuses have 8 legs and live underwater. They can swim. Octopuses Octopuses have 8 legs and live underwater. They can swim. Octopuses Octopuses have 8 legs and live underwater. They can swim. Octopuses Octopuses have 8 legs and live underwater. They can swim. Octopuses Octopuses have 8 legs and live underwater. They can swim. Octopuses Octopuses have 8 legs and live underwater. They can swim. Octopuses Octopuses have 8 legs and live underwater. They can swim. Octopuses Octopuses have 8 leg

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    There are about 35 different species of seahorses all over the world. They are unique majestic sea creatures related to sea dragons, pipe fishes, and pipe horses. Interesting deep sea fish that are used for multiple medical cures, food, and aquarium beauty. Seahorses are becoming extinct because of over fishing and habitat destruction. This will cause them to die off because of lack of food if we are not careful. Seahorses have many striking features. They have a head like a horse, eyes like lizards, spines like a puffer fish, and tails of a monkey. Only the male seahorse has a pouch where

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    Coral Reefs

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    The Caribbean Coral Reef The world’s ocean is a very complex place, which many different organisms call home. Coral reefs occupy nearly 0.17% of the total surface of Earth (Bertness and Nybakken, 2005). They are one of the most diverse ecosystems found on Earth. Approximately 4-5% of all species are found on coral reefs (Bertness and Nybakken, 2005). A variety of fishes, invertebrate animals, and plants can be found on these underwater wonderlands. Throughout the world, there are many coral reefs that are home to many species. Coral reefs are thought of by many as the rainforest of th

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    Mini Ecosystem Inside A Jar

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    Mini Ecosystem inside a Jar Lab Report By Student X, B2 Question/Purpose: Does the amount of water in the jar/ecosystem affect the organisms living inside? (And if so, what kind of effect does it have on them?) Hypothesis: If we only add half the amount of water we put in the control jar to the experimental jar, then the ecosystem will be less healthy (for example, the plants, fish, and snails might die earlier) because organisms need water to survive. Also, since the water is what they’re living in, more water means more room to live. Materials: Two 1-liter glass jars with

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    Ann picture. Ann graduated in May. For three months from June to August, Ann sent resume in companies, but got rejected “You have a great resume, but we don’t have any opening right now”. Ann felt bad, sad, and cried with tears. However, Ann came up with an idea. Ann open her own company called: Ann’s Resumes”. Ann gave herself an opportunity, she did not have to apply to work any more. Gold fish picture. The little girl name is Kathy, she brought the gold fish home in a plastic bag. The gold fish got it new home in a small fish tank. The little girl really likes to watch the go

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    Having A Pet

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    Having a pet is really fun. I also have a pet. I have an aquarium at home with seven fishes in it. They all are goldfishes, but of different species. We have two multicolour fishes, two red caps, two fantails and one common black goldfish. We give them food one time in twenty-four hours. After giving them food, I play with them fondly. They respond me sincerely and I love them from the bottom of my heart. Whenever I bring my finger close to the glass, they all come swimming towards my finger like anything. Having fishes in the house is very peaceful according to me. Whenever i see them

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    The aim of this experiment is to investigate the concentration of the react solution is a factor that affects the percent yield of the product. The hypothesis of the experiment is the higher concentration of the react solution the lower the percent yield of the product. By doing the reaction of different concentration of the Cu (NO3)2 solutions react with the metal Mg. All the result shows that the higher concentration of the Cu (NO3)2 solution the lower the percent yield of the product Cu. So there is no relationship between concentration of the react solution and percent yield of product. F

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    Gas Geyser

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    | | A gas water heater is nearly identical to an electric water heater, except that it does not contain the two heating elements, but instead has a gas burner at the bottom, with the chimney running up through the middle of the tank. A water heater consists of the following parts, as shown in the figure above: * A heavy inner steel tank that holds the hot water Typically, this tank holds 40 to 60 gallons. It has to be able to hold the pressure of a residential water system, which typically runs at 50 to 100 pounds per square inch (psi). The tank is tested to handle 300 psi. The steel

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    Nitrogen Cycle

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    The Nitrogen Cycle Nitrogen is an element. It is found in living things like plants and animals. It is also an important part of non-living things like the air above and the dirt below. Atoms of nitrogen don't just stay in one place. They move slowly between living things, dead things, the air, soil and water. These movements are called the nitrogen cycle. Most of the nitrogen on Earth is in the atmosphere. Approximately 80% of the molecules in Earth's atmosphere are made of two nitrogen atoms bonded together (N2). All plants and animals need nitrogen to make amino acids, proteins and DNA,

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    History Of Rock And Roll

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    Lecture 21 CLIMATE CHANGE GLOBAL WARMING AND COOLING IS NATURAL • Global cooling = glacial • Global warming = interglacial • What are we in today? • How do scientists know what our climate was like in the past? THE EARTH HAS NATURAL CLIMATE FLUCTUATIONS • Astronomical controls (Milankovitch cycles) • Plate tectonics • Sunspot activity • Volcanic eruptions Mt Pinatubo (Philippines) 1991 VOLCANIC INPUT OF CARBON FROM ROCKS TO THE ATMOSPHERE CO2 INPUT TO ATM MUST BE COUNTERED BY CO2 REMOVAL • Chemical weathering of silica-rich rocks on the continents remove CO2 from t

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    Macbeth Commentary

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    Macbeth Act 4 Scene 1-3 Scene 1: The witches and Hecate appear. Macbeth comes and asks them about the future. Firstly, the vision comes and tells him to be careful with Macduff. The second vision comes and tells that nobody should harm Macbeth.nobody who was born from a woman. However, Macbeth gets confused that if nobody can harm him, why he should be scared of Macduff. Therefore he plans to kill him for safety. The third vision tells him to be courageous, proud; Macbeth shouldn’t be defeated until “Great Birnam Wood to high Dunsinane hill shall come against him”. (maybe Malcolm?) After t

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    Shrimp In Tank Culture

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    Shrimp in Tank Culture IRSC Crustacean Culture (FAS 2150) Maximilian feurer Spring 2011 Abstract As a class our goal was to raise shrimp in an experimental fashion. We raised these 1200 shrimp in an RAS for 10 weeks. We had two tanks set at different salinities, one set at 9ppt and the other at 24ppt. We received these shrimp at around 0.5 gram/shrimp. At the end of the experiment the 9ppt tank ended up at 9.5g/shrimp and the 24ppt tank ended at 12.9g/shrimp. We tested the D.O., temperature, and salinity every morning. Introduction Shrimp are usually raised in ponds all over the

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    Sea Otters

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    Rene Silva 9/20/11 Biology Per.1 Mr. Falk Sea Otters The sea otter is a member to the weasel family; the sea otter is one of the smallest marine mammals. The sea otter has a very compact fur which means its fur helps them be warm in some climates. The sea otter lives in water its habitat is usually in kelp. The otter doesn’t really have many predators but they are some animals that do eat of the sea otter! Sea otters consume over 100 different types of prey. The otter’s diet consists of sea urchins, mussels, abalone, crab, and snails. Where prey such as sea urchins, clams, and abal

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    Florida Keys Corals

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    INQUIRY FIGURE Before you start: Symbiodinium are dinoflagellates that are “housed” in reef building coral tissues. The importance of Symbiodinium in reef formation is to provide energy for corals through photosynthesis for successful growth (Anderson 2009). Not only are corals one of the oldest ecosystems on the planet but they also support several species with shelter and food (Pandey, 2011). Corals in return protect and provide a nutrient rich environment for Symbiodinium (Anderson 2009). Question: Symbiotic relationships between coral and Symbiodinium are necessary for the subsistence

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    Past And Future Sea Level Change At Hoylake

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    Past and Future Sea Level Change at Hoylake, NW England James Mewburn 7310054 BSc (Hons) Geography/Geology, SEAES, University of Manchester Contents Page Page Numbers: 3. 3,4. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8,9. 10. 11. 11. 11. 11,12. 12. 12. 5. 4. 6. 7. 8. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1. Introduction 1.1. Background 2. Methodology 2.1. Limitations 3. Results and Analysis 3.1. SWLI Reconstruction 3.2. Diatoms showing relative sea level change 3.3. Sea level curve 3.4. Sediment log of core 4b 4. Discussion 4.1. Past sea level 4.2. Future sea level 4.3. Limitations 5. Conc

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    THE FIRST STONE ESSAY ASSIGNMENT Name: ________________________ You will be writing an essay based on the novel The First Stone. Choose one of the topics below to develop your essay. Remember to closely follow the evaluation rubric and checklist so that you will be successful. Make sure you support your essay with CITATIONS from the novel! TOPIC: A) Do you agree with Reef’s punishment? (yes / no) B) “Once a criminal; always a criminal” Agree (yes) or Disagree? (no) C) Nature vs. Nurture: Was Reef doomed from the start because of his environment? (Yes / no

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    The Secret Goldfish

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    The Secret Goldfish There was once a boy who had received a goldfish and sheltered him from the world this, is the goldfish’s story. “It was dark and quiet for the longest time, and then out of the darkness appeared a luminous bright light.” Said the goldfish to the others, but there was no reply, and then the goldfish was out of breath, not knowing he was being put in a bag. The mad thrashing around and loud slamming sounds were nauseating to the little goldfish. The goldfish ended up screaming and screamed to the top of his gills, but no one could hear him. So he figured he would just tr

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    Unesco Final Project

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    Belize Barrier Reef System Belize Barrier Reef System Axia College SCI 230 Belize Barrier Reef System The Belize Barrier Reef platform is located on the Atlantic-Caribbean coast of Belize. It extends 260 kilometers from the border with Mexico to the north, to near the Guatemala border to the south. There is a vast amount of vegetation found in this area and the same holds true of the diversity of life found in this reef. These plants and animals share this breadth and each organism make up and contribute to this ecosystem. Unfortunately, the Barrier Reef ecosystem is being threaten

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    Epocts French Restaurant Boulangerie Patisserie Th

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    How much would it cost to set up a 10 gallon mini-reef tank with clownfishes? Of course product prices will vary, but the total estimated cost to buy all the items listed here for setting up what we like to call a simple 10g "Nemo and Friends" aquarium (see full photo view), about $273.00 to $348.00. These figures include reef lighting that will support soft corals. Here's a breakdown on everything: All-Glass Aquarium/Aqueon 10 gallon aquarium = $13.00 - 17.00 Aqueon 20 Power Filter = $20.00 - 28.00 All-Glass Aquarium 20" Incandescent Full Hood = $35.00 - 45.00 2 Cor

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    NAME- HEMANT KALIA HUMBER ID-821-364-569 USER ID –klhm0005 Problem Set 1 QUESTION.1) /* The Tank goes around each wall as long as grid is 9x9.The tank After moving along the wall should end in grid 9th facing in the East direction. */ #include <stdio.h> #include <tank.h> #include <supertank.> /* The t

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    Blue Leg Hermit Crab Temperament: Community Reef Safe: Yes Family: Diogenidae Native To: Caribbean Diet: Omnivore Adult Size: Up to 1" Temperature: 72 - 78°F Water Parameters: sg 1.020-1.026; pH 8.1-8.4; dKH 8-12 Care Level: Easy Scientific Name: Clibanarius tricolor Environment: Marine Haitian Condylactis Anemone Temperament: Semi-aggressive Reef Safe: Yes Family: Actiniidae Native To: Haiti Diet: Photosynthetic and Filter feeder Adult Size: Up to 10" Lighting Needs: Medium Water Current: Medium Temperature: 72 - 78°F Water Parameters: sg 1.023-1.026; pH 8.1-8.4; dKH 8-1

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