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    The overall objective of the experiment was to find the concentration of phosphate by using spectroscopy. Dilutions of a phosphate working solution with a known concentration were made and their absorption lengths were found using the spectrometer in order to find the concentration of the unknown phosphate sample. INTRODUCTION The goal of the experiment was to find the concentration of an unknown water sample using several standard phosphate solutions’ absorbencies and Beer’s Law. Knowing the…

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    Crabs are a type of crustacean that occur within mangrove ecosystems and can be found from high tide through to low tide levels. Crabs shelter underneath logs and in cool places to avoid drying out and many create burrows for refuge from larger prey, it can also be the site of mating and incubation. Other crabs use burrows to store their food as the water tide rises or lowers. Red fingered marsh crabs and fiddler crabs are commonly active at low tides where they are often out looking for food,…

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    Not only is water one of the key parts of life but it is the home to many animals such as fish and crabs of course the ocean is home to alot more animals but the lakes and rivers are just as in portinten they are home to a lot of animals such as bluegill and catfish the lakes and rivers are 0.0081%of the earth's waters which is a really really really small small amount the oceans make 96.8%of the world's water which is really really big amounts of water the only bad thing about that is that it…

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    Family Wrasses Essay

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    The Family Labridae is a massive family of fishes (trumped only by gobies). Some of these fishes, commonly known as wrasses, are amongst the perennial favorites in the marine aquarium industry. Chances are that if you remain involved with marine aquaria for any length of time, you will eventually come to own a wrasse. Here are the basics of this diverse and extraordinary family of fishes. Wrasses can be found throughout the Atlantic and the Indo-Pacific in both temperate and tropical seas. Many…

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    Jellyfish Characteristics

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    TOP 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL JELLYFISH ON THE EARTH Jellyfish are placed in the animal group of Cnidaria. Jellyfish are considered as the most unusual and beautiful creatures of aquatic life. Jellyfish occupies almost all the oceanic water bodies of the world therefore it is really hard to predict the exact population which resides in water bodies. With above 350 various kinds of Jellyfish in the world, here is a list of the Top 10 most beautiful Jellyfish on Earth. 10. RHOPILEMA ESCULENTUM…

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    Comparing the Intrinsic Similarities and Characteristic Differences in Arthropods and Mollusks. Coastal regions possess a unique characteristics in which all plant and life forms have to adapt in order to be able to survive in such regions. One major characteristic of these regions is due to the constant wave motion of the seas in coastal regions. Hence, life forms such as Arthropods and Mollusks, predominant life forms present in these coastal regions, adapt and specialize to be able to thrive…

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    Duckweed Hypothesis

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    Proposal Background Duckweed also know as Lemna by her genus is a small plant, that is mostly found in sub-polar and tropics regions in ditches, ponds, lakes and slow flow-flowing rivers. Duckweed have the main function of remove waste of water, however the main problem is that grows fast (Moss et al.2012). Research Question Is the use of different concentrations of phosphates will affect the duckweed? Hypothesis The more phosphate use the more the plant will be affected. Aim To…

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    Giant Barrel Sponges are very unique animals. They are found in tropical areas in the Caribbean. They are benthic animals, living at depths from 10-30 m. They have the highest density cover and greatest volume of any organism living in their environment. If they are left undisturbed they can grow to massive sizes. Giant Barrel Sponges can come in many different colors also. Sponges don't move around they are stationary and stay in one place there whole life. Except when the sponges reproduce…

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    Coral reefs and how chemical substances can affect these living organisms is what I decided to base my investigation on. We tend to have a genuine love for coral reefs whenever we view someone’s scuba diving photos. You see the fishes swimming around those coral reefs, but many do not know their purpose. However, it comes down to learning the importance of coral reefs and how to protect these species that are very much a part of our ocean. A coral reef is very important, coral reefs have many…

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    The marine mammal that I selected is the Hawaiian Monk Seal. It’s Hawaiian name is ilio-holo-i-ka-uaua or na mea hulu (NOAA, n.d.). Also, the scientific name of the Hawaiian monk seal is Monachus schauinslandi (The Marine Mammal Center, n.d.). The Hawaiian monk seal is one of the most endangered marine mammal. Due to the fact that it’s endangered, they are now protected by the Marine mammal protection Act, the Endangered species Act, and also protected by Hawaii’s state law (The Marine Mammal…

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