Maps prepared by a Dutch cartographer in show this area as Ramancoil, a colloquial form of the Tamil Raman Kovil or Rama's Temple. Rennel in retrieved from the same library called this area as "the area of the Rama Temple", referring to the temple dedicated to Rama at Rameswaram. The earliest map that calls this area by the name Adam's bridge was prepared by a British cartographer in Mannar Island is connected to mainland Sri Lanka by a causeway.
If a link is not working to follow the steps on the FAQ page. Science is the collection of observations made about the world. When something is being observed, there are basic assumptions being made. If your basic assumption is that the oceans have a Creator you would draw different conclusions than those who assume no creator.
Scientists come to different conclusions because they are using different lenses to look at the question. The base of this course, Oceanography, assumes no Creator and a millions of year old earth. I also believe in a literal 6-day creation and so believe the earth is young, relatively speaking.
Read the introduction and copy down the key terms. Leave room for writing definitions. Tell someone which you are most interested in and why. Read about ocean basins. Smart people agree with you! Talk to your parents about what you read. Write in the definition of basin. Look at the map on the page.
Where is it the most shallow? Where is it deepest? Pacific What percent of the Earth is covered with water? Fill in definitions on your key terms list.
Do some online research to learn more about one of the men listed. Write a paragraph on what you learned. Record 5 points for a complete paragraph. Day 3 Draw a to scale map of something.
It can be your desk add symbols and a key and show where the computer is, the lamp, the pencil… ; it could be your room, your yard… Measure and divide to draw to scale. Add symbols and a key. Make sure to include your scale.
Day 4 Read about ocean resources. Always add in definitions when you come across them. Based on what you have read and learned so far, answer each question for thought in separate, complete paragraphs. Life as we know it on Earth apparently requires water in some form.
The planet Mars appears not to have liquid water on its surface, but evidence suggests that it may have had water at one time. Do you think Mars could have also hosted Earth-like life? Might life still exist there?
Support your answers with specific scientific examples. Do you think it is possible to overuse our ocean resources? Describe the reasons for your opinion and support your position with specific scientific examples. A source link does not need to be clicked. Score 5 points for each complete paragraph which answers the question.
Record up to ten points. Record 10 points for completing the worksheet. Lose a point for any missing answer. You will need to look up the answers.All Rights Reserved.
Have a great year! Alan Jones, interviews Peter Ridd, James Cook university professor of physics about the state of the Great Barrier Reef The coral reef recovers.
Peter Ridd: Coral Reefs recover — “the scientists make hay when it dies in a spectacular way but they are quiet when it recovers.” On symbionts — “There is a large variety of symbionts and some allow coral to grow faster but are more.
The President, which was towed to Mare Island in March to be scrapped.
In May, it was towed out again, this time to Texas, in a swap for its sister ship, the President Lincoln, which was deemed too un-seaworthy to make the voyage to Texas.
The iconic Great Barrier Reef stretches for km along the Queensland coast, and as far as km from the coast to the outer reefs, covering an area of over km ² (Gardner , p).
/5(3). CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS - How does “nutrient” cycling work on the reefs? - How do these systems respond to changes in “nutrient” levels? The great shark debate continues in Australia as summer approaches.
Shark bites on bathers and surfers are a particularly sensitive reality. These are personal and community-wide tragedies that.