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UT-AUSTINMNS 320AllSpring

MNS 320 Lecture Notes - Halophyte, Epiphyte, John Steinbeck

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UT-AUSTINMNS 307D MinFall

MNS 307 Lecture 20: Nekton - Swimmers

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Squid, other cephalopods, large shrimp, and some crabs. Relatively few invertebrates belong to the nekton. Few reptiles are found in the ocean. 50 kind
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UT-AUSTINMNS 307D MinFall

MNS 307 Lecture 12: The Living Ocean

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Learning outcomes: chemosynthesis and photosynthesis, organism size and abundance, environmental factor affecting ocean life, how organisms adapt to di
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UT-AUSTINMNS 307D MinFall

MNS 307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Restoring Force, Wind Wave, Wave Height

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Outcomes: wave formation process, basic wave characteristics, wavelength, wave period, wave-induced water motion, processes controlling max potential w
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UT-AUSTINMNS 307D MinFall

MNS 307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Atmospheric Circulation, Solar Constant, Marching Band

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Why atmosphere: closely linked determining earth"s climate, the surface circulation of the ocean is largely driven by winds, atmospheric conditions gov
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UT-AUSTINMNS 307D MinFall

MNS 307 Lecture 7: Sediments Lecture Notes

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9:05 am: classify sediments, calcareous and siliceous sedimentary particles, biogenous and lithogenous sediments, isotopes, seabed resources (methane h
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UT-AUSTINMNS 307D MinFall

MNS 307 Lecture 18: Plankton

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Autotrophs - can do photosynthesis and respiration. Important because they support the entire marine food chain + o2. Petroleum deposits (org matter),
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UT-AUSTINMNS 307D MinFall

MNS 307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 50: Hydrothermal Vent, Bacterioplankton, Zooplankton

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Marine ecosystems are composed of diverse communities. Plankton - live suspended in water (floaters/drifters) Chemosynthetic - get their energy from so
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UT-AUSTINMNS 320AllSpring

March 9 Deep Sea part 3

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UT-AUSTINMNS 320AllSpring

MNS 320 Lecture Notes - Evaporative Cooler, Internal Fertilization, Desiccation

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UT-AUSTINMNS 320AllSpring

MNS 320 Lecture Notes - Unimodality, Bioluminescence, Swim Bladder

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UT-AUSTINMNS 320AllSpring

MNS 320 Lecture Notes - Deep Sea, Bioluminescence, Microsoft Powerpoint

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