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    identify species Recording of position of species along transect (metres) Lumnitzera racemose Black Mangrove Simple leaf, Leave Alternate, Gland at end of leaf, 2.8m tall 0m, 1m, 5m, 5.5m Excoecoria ovalis Simple leaf, oval shaped leafs, roots above surface, 4m tall 1m, 2m, 7m, 9.5m Ceriops togal var. australis Yellow Mangrove/ Spurred Mangrove Simple leaf,…

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    383 Scallops Lab Report

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    Results A total of 383 scallops were collected in this survey, with scallops present on 66 out of the 151 transects surveyed. The mean size (ANOVA, F(380, 2)=13.9, p< 0.05) and recreational area (p<0.05) (Table 2). The greatest average density per site was observed within Paterson Inlet with 0.21 scallops per m2 at site M2, in the inner inlet (Figure 2). The next highest average density per site was found at site M9 in the outer inlet with a density less than half of the greatest density…

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    All three transects at each site were studied at the same time on one day. The transects were studied to look for visiting pollinators at the flowers during each of the 30 minute periods. There were four 30 minute periods beginning at 0900, 1200, 1500 and 1800. During the start of each period an observer would walk for 2 and half minutes down each transect and recorded any of visitors on the study plants. This process was then repeated five more times (Barthell, 2001, 1872). The same plants used…

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    Also plants like to have their pH any were between 6 and 7.5 if it below 6 it means that the soil has not as much nutrients as it needs and if it is above 7.5 that means the soil has iron, manganese, and phosphorus are less available and the blue riparian transect has a pH of 8.5 this is why plants were having a hard time to survive. There are also similar plants in the blue riparian transect such as Goats foot and salt couch. These are just some of the many reasons why Currumundi Lakes sand…

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    Students of Yr. 11, Marian Catholic College biology class, took on the role of a field officer for the Department of Environment and Climate Change to investigate the biological community present near Euroley Bridge, Yanco. During their time, they were to observe the various organisms that are found in the ecosystem, taking into account their surroundings amid this process. They were provided with a booklet that had various activities which were intrinsic to their Field reports such as a site…

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    Lulu Island Marsh is located in the Fraser River Estuary where the Fraser River meets the Strait of Georgia. The approximate length of the area examined on marsh averages at about 330 metres (red line in Figure 1). To cover more ground, the study site was divided into two transects: a southern transect and a northern transect. These two transects started at the given Eastings and Northings above and ended at the marsh front 330 metres out and approximately 15 metres apart from each…

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    Neptune's Necklaces

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    place this data in a graph, the graph i am going to use is a scatter plot because it will plashows trends better. This graph will be what i base my conclusion on. My conclusion with will will plastate whether or not my hypothesis was true, and why this is. If my quadrat manages to land on a spot where there is an obstacle, for instance a rock. I will place my quadrat as close as possible to the spot i was supposed to place it. If i happen to come across any other errors that could affect…

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    Cockles Lab Report

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    Cockles were collected from Blueskin Bay. Three transects were set up, perpendicular to a high tide line, three metres apart. Numbers were then randomly selected to figure out how far down the transect measurements would be taken (up to 73m). The random numbers also doubled as a mechanism to determine which side of the transect the quadrat would go on (odd numbers on the left and even numbers on the right). A 50cm by 50cm quadrat was placed where indicated by the random numbers. All of the…

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    Salinity In Earth Harbor

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    I established the location of each transect using ArcGIS software (VERSION). In the Northwest Cove and the Main Lagoon, the transects ran NE to SW, were parallel to each other, and roughly 350 m apart. There were a total of two transects in the Northwest Cove and six transects in the Main Lagoon, while Moon Pond had 6 transects that were roughly 50m apart. Each transects was run once every other week in May and June, and then every week in July and August if weather allowed. I did not sample on…

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    Bruny Island Topography

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    refining to report on the reasoning behind the different trends in the datasets. As Bruny Island experiences (a general) North-Westerly wind direction, it became evident that vegetation and the topography of one sand dune transect would impose an effect on the recorded wind speed (or velocity) readings. The results associated with the data collected has confirmed this theory. Unfortunately, there is many limitations of the dataset that hindered on the overall quality of the results; especially…

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