• Creaitve Story Desert Island
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    Creaitve Story: Desert Island The bright sun pierced through my silted eyelids as I made a feeble attempt to block the burning beams of light with my shaking hand. Unsuccessful, I closed my eyes tightly, shutting out the ball of fire hanging overhead. As my senses returned in a painful blow, I raised myself up slowly, spitting out a mouthful of sand. With a quick glance, I uncovered an interesting fact. All my clothes were gone. Then it came flooding back. Back on the SS. TUNA, I had heard a lo...
  • Third Term Project Coral Reef
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    Third Term Project Beyond the Waves Value: Thirty points applied to English, Social and Science marks You will research your topic using the internet, McConnell Library, school library, UCC B library. You must show references from at least three of these places. Magazines and old newspapers are good information sources. You will work in pairs on the topic. Each person must contribute to the building of each section. The research work can be divided up, but then all presentation material must be ...
  • Biomonitoring Of Coral Reef Health Usi
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    Biomonitoring of coral reef health using Butterflyfishes (Family: Chaetodontidae) THE INDICATOR HYPOTHESIS "Coral feeding Butterflyfishes respond to declines in coral quality or abundance by behavioral and spatial adjustments that can be easily and rapidly observed." (Crosby & Reese 1996) Introduction A fundamental question that one asks when using Chaetodontidae, or for thatreason any species as biomonitors is: why use an organism whensophisticated machines are available to detect very small qu...
  • Coral Reefs Islands Voyages Caribbean
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    Voyages Travel Consultants, Inc. , presents... Cruising to the Islands of the Caribbean The vast Caribbean Sea is home to thousands of islands -- large and tiny, breathtakingly beautiful, newly developed and ancient, peopled and uninhabited. They represent diverse and blended cultures, with an infinite variety of foods, crafts, music, and art. The Caribbean offers the most rich and rewarding vacation experience you can imagine. The islands have a natural splendor. The fine beaches, beautiful wa...
  • Atomic Bomb Japan Surrender Battle
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    The atomic bomb devas ted the two cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. It killed hundreds of thousands of people, especially civilians. After so many defeats in southeast asia, the dropping of such bombs would totally wipe out the morale of the Japanese population. However, there were other reasons as to why Japan surrendered. One of the other reasons was the battle of coral that they lost. They were the battle of Coral Sea, the battle in the Solomon Islands and the Battle of Midway. The Bat...
  • Coral Reefs Reef Water Florida
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    Coral reefs are one of the oldest types of living systems on earth, and certainly one of the most spectacular (Goreau, 1987). They are massive underwater structures formed by the limestone skeletons of tiny invertebrate animals. Reefs house a greater diversity of body forms, chemistry, and animal phyla (thirty-two compared to the eight that inhabit the most biodiversity ecosystems on land). Phyla comprise the second largest category of living things, after kingdoms. Coral animals begin life as f...
  • Ocean Environment Barrier Reef
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    Ocean Environment The sea is the most obvious feature of the earth's surface. Approximately seventy percent of this surface is covered by water, in one way or another. Beneath this water are the familiar sands of the beaches, bottoms of bays, and the inshore ocean. Farther offshore this water covers an amazing submarine topography of underwater canyons, trenches, mountains, and plains. Unlike the continents, which are physically separated from one another, the oceans are continuous and interconn...
  • Coral Divers Greywell Resort Diving
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    SW of three options and Problem The first option that Greywell has would be to move Coral Divers Resort to New Providence Island in the Bahamas. The island has a large population, and Nassau the capital has the most developed tourist attractions in the Bahamas. One of the strengths of moving to New Providence would be the large tourist population that gathers there. The island also offers underwater movie sets from popular Bond movies which remain popular dive attractions today. There are also n...
  • Cities Of Coral Defense Mechanism
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    Coral Reefs are a world of their own. They have biodiversity and relationships which most cant see without studying them. There are three parts to a coral reef. They are the reef, sand flats, and grass beds. All three parts are very different. Each part has its own advantages and disadvantages. The have different predators who have defense mechanism adapted to the type of are they are living in. Such as in an area like sand flats; some fish can burrow under the sand to hide from predators. Thes...
  • White Dove Winston Julia Paperweight
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    Ever looked outside the window and seen a dove? A white dove in particular? The white dove in the dictionary is defined as a small wild pelion, however, the symbolic view of a white dove, is the opposite of the dictionary. A white dove symbolizes innocence purity, hope, and peace. Authors use symbolism in books in order to draw the reader deeper in to the meaning. In 1984, George Orwell uses symbols to create a larger more universal experience of life. In the novel, the coral paperweight places ...