SIO Talley Topic 2: Properties of seawater Lynne Talley, Reading and study questions for topic 2 - click here Draft of new version of Chapter 3 of Pickard and Emery. This will be copyrighted material.
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?In the s, scientists aboard H.M.S. Challenger systematically measured salinity, temperature, and water density in the world's oceans. Over the years, techniques for measuring such ocean water properties have changed drastically in method and accuracy.
Hydrology Surface currents. The surface currents of the Atlantic Ocean primarily correspond to the system of prevailing winds with such modifications as are . Mar 23, · The North Atlantic between Newfoundland and Ireland is practically the only region of the world that has defied global warming and even cooled.
Last winter there even was the coldest on record – while globally it was the hottest on record. Our recent study (Rahmstorf et al. ) attributes this. The Course of Study shall comprise the study of Part-I to Part-V Courses;. PART - I TAMIL/OTHER LANGUAGES comprise the study of: Tamil or any one of the following Modern (Indian or Foreign) or classical languages at the optional candidate, according to .
Please review the FAQs and contact us if you find a problem. Credits: 1 Recommended: I would consider this an easier course than the "core" science courses. Course Description: Students will study oceanography as a science from many different aspects. Chemical, physical, and geological oceanography will be explored.
Students will study not only . Hydrology Surface currents. The surface currents of the Atlantic Ocean primarily correspond to the system of prevailing winds with such modifications as are imposed on the movement of the water by land boundaries.