eBook Marine Science Experiments, 1st Edition

  • Elaine Wood
  • Pamela Walker
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  • ISBN-10: 1438134908
  • ISBN-13: 9781438134901
  • DDC: 551.46078
  • Grade Level Range: 6th Grade - 12th Grade
  • 176 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released March 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010
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Overview

The oceans directly influence climate and weather, affecting our daily lives in many ways. Marine science includes all of the sciences related to the sea, including marine biology and oceanography. Providing teachers with new and innovative classroom investigations in a clear and accessible format, MARINE SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS presents 20 experiments in this branch of science, on such topics as plankton, salinity, marine sediments, whales, and ocean regions. Experiments are supported by engaging, full-color figures and line illustrations to help hold students' attention while explaining important marine science topics.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
Safety Precautions.
1: Taxonomy of Marine Fish.
2: Crowding Among Fish.
3: Marine Plankton.
4: Salt Marsh Community.
5: Habitat Preference of.
6: Staying Afloat.
7: The Oceanic Conveyer Belt.
8: How to Measure Salinity.
9: Bathymetric Maps.
10: Ocean Sediments.
11: The Record Written in Ocean Sediments.
12: Bycatch During Fishing.
13: Bioaccumulation in Killer Whales.
14: Ocean Regions.
15: Echinoderm Adaptations.
16: Fertilization in Sea Urchins.
17: Bioluminescent Algae.
18: Fish Adaptations.
19: Which Seagrasses Do Marine Herbivores Prefer?.
20: Aquatic Herbicides Affect Nontarget Species.
21: Scope and Sequence Chart.
22: Grade Level.
23: Setting.
24: Our Findings.
25: Taxonomy of Marine Fish.
26: Crowding Among Fish.
27: Marine Plankton.
28: Salt Marsh Community.
29: Habitat Preference of Juvenile Fish.
30: Staying Afloat.
31: The Oceanic Conveyer Belt.
32: How to Measure Salinity.
33: Bathymetricmaps.
34: Ocean Sediments.
35: The Record Written in Ocean Sediments.
36: Bycatch During Fishing.
37: Bioaccumulation in Killer Whales.
38: Ocean Regions.
39: Echinoderm Adaptations.
40: Fertilization in Sea Urchins.
41: Bioluminescent Algae.
42: Fish Adaptations.
43: Which Seagrassesdo Marine Herbivores Prefer?.
44: Aquatic Herbicides Affect Nontarget Species.
Glossary.
Internet Resources.
Index.