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    Kelp Epidemic Analysis

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    Kelp, our one and only source of nutrition, is nearly gone. With the remaining resources we have, we’d only last a few more weeks. Along with our weak source of kelp, it has contracted an extreme disease that seems to be spreading rapidly. There are scientists that are working on a solution for the contracted virus, however, there seems to be no sign of a solution, nor no signs of obtaining an idea for the solution either. On top of this, it seems our water source has been rapidly decreasing, as the scientist have been using it as a main ingredient in their solution to the kelp epidemic. The extreme kelp epidemic in L Quadrant must be addressed soon. Please, if this is not stopped now, other quadrants may become infected and cause the…

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    Kelp Observation

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    The animal I observe is living in an ecosystem that is made up of plants and other animals. It is living in an kelp ecosystem. The animal has other organisms living with it in the kelp ecosystem. It has fish and kelp and some sharks. The fish gets food from the kelp. It also uses the kelp to hide in. It also chased off some smaller fish from it’s own territory. When the fish was hiding, it was interacting with the kelp and not interacting with other fish. Also, all ecosystems must have a…

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    Essay On Keolp

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    What is kelp. ROBOT Kelp is a underwater seaweed that are very large in size they belong to the brown algae in the order Laminariales.Kelp grows in shallow under water forests, there are about 30 different kinds of kelp. What causes kelp to wash on shore.ROBOT Kelp washes on shore because in winter when storms arrive it causes wave actions and that cause the kelp to set apart from seafloor and wash on shore. How do you catch kelp that is deep in the water To catch kelp that is deep water,…

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    Keolp Research Paper

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    Help for Kelp Good after noon remaining survivors of L Quadrant. As a leader, I want to inform each and everyone one of you that we are all in a life threating predicament. Our main food source “kelp”, is being overlooked by our capital. The kelp that we are producing has contracted a deadly disease that puts the population and our community in harms way. Due to the famine we are experiencing everyone will be given three choices. 1) Find resources outside the dome, other than the kelp which…

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    In the movie, Finding Dory, underwater algae and plants appear in nearly every scene. From kelp to seagrasses, these algae and plants serve an important cinematic role as mysterious curtains and beautifully flowing details, but in the real world, these algae and plants serve just an even more significant function. Early in the movie, baby Dory searches the kelp forest by the Marine Life Institute, and later she returns to find her parents in the same kelp forest. Kelp forests are some of the…

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    Keystone Species Essay

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    The kelp forest is operated in a top-down trophic interaction. The sea urchins feast on the kelp if not kept in check by predation they can overgraze the forests and cause loss of habitation for fish and their young. With sea otters being able to forage on the sea urchins they reduce the chances of overgrazing. This is important because of all the habitation the kelp forests supply; they produce a habitat in the whole water column from the top to the bottom where the kelp is rooted. There is a…

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    Why Do Sea Otters Exist

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    affected which may diminish diversity. To start with, the most likely immediate effect would be the top down impact discussed above. Free from predators, the sea urchin population would explode (assuming that a new predator of sea urchins does not appear to fill the otter’s niche). Without a predator to restrain sea urchin numbers, the kelp forests would collapse. In turn, once the kelp forests had been consumed, the sea urchin population would collapse from starvation.…

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    The devastation of both coral reefs and kelp forests can vary in strength depending on their biogeography. After the initial acute event that wipes out either the reef or the forest occurs, it is usually the water quality or fish population that determines whether they can recover. Both these processes’ strength depends on where they occur, and the biogeography of the area they are in. Coral reefs that are not located by a ravine run off do not have the issue of sewage, or fertilizer run offs.…

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    The Missing Sea Otters

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    According to the article “Search for the Missing Sea Otters: An Ecological Detective Story” by Mary E. Allen and Mark L. Kuhlmann, the sea otter population has been decreasing at a rapid pace since the 1990’s in Aleutian, Alaska. This is demonstrated by article “What Could be the Cause of Decreasing Otter Numbers” which states that in 1997, the decline of the sea otter population had increased to about 90%. They hypothesize that the decrease in the sea otter population has been caused by their…

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    Post-apocalyptic Hawaii The population of Hawaii is dying. People are dying from left to right from the disease that the kelp contracted. In quadrant L, we are dying from starvation. The scientist have to figure out on how to stop the disease from spreading and to find a new food resource before we all die from starvation. Scientist hasn’t found anything to explain the contagious disease from the kelp and how to stop it from spreading to others. We will not be able to live our long lives. We…

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