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Limnology

55-445- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 50 pages long!)
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[55-445] Comprehensive Fall guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com CONCEPT QUESTIONS -For non-culturually eutrophied systems what is the most im...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G
55-445 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Littoral Zone, Photic Zone, Lake Erie
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Midterm Review - What happens to the surface current when waves transition to whitecaps o Essentially particles caught in waves are moving up and down not a horizontal plane, but a little ...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G
55-445 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Meromictic Lake, Morphometrics, Detroit River
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Depth/volume curve= expresses the cumulative volume (m^3 or %v0 above a given depth, when expressed on a relative volume percent basis, you can easily determine the mean depth from the contour line. When couple...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G
55-445 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Crater Lake, Great Lakes Areas Of Concern, Rift Lake
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Concepts 1. Who was Forel and what was his contribution to limnology? Forel was a swiss scientist that recognized that limnology requires a multidisciplinary approach: geology, physics, chemistry, biology and ...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G
55-445 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Graben, Limnetic Zone, Morphometrics
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42. What factors determine critical velocity causing a transition from laminar to turbulent flow? Temperature is a factor decreasing viscosity, wind strength, low water velocity to high velocity you break the ...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G
55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Herbivore, Northern Pike, Photic Zone
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CONCEPT QUESTIONS what is the typical water depth range of emergent and floating leaf macrophytes? The typical water depth range of emergent macrophytes are 0.5 m below soil, and 1.5 m above sediment. The typical water dep...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G
55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Morphometrics, Chromatic Adaptation, Ecosystem Engineer
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CONCEPT QUESTIONS What kinds of cyanobacteria are capable of producing heterocysts and what are the function of heterocysts? Nostacales are kind of cyanobacteria that are capable of producing heterocysts, and it is the sit...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G
55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Paraphyly, Euglenozoa, Periplasm
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Limnology Final Exam Notes Orthograde Oxygen Profile o Oligotropic lakes (low productivity) o Oxygen concentration is at 100 saturation at all depths o Overturn Conditions: Delivery of O2 at airwater interface and mixing o...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G
55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Far (Album), Insitu, Chromatic Adaptation
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CONCEPT QUESTIONS For nonculturually eutrophied systems what is the most important input of phosphorus? What can be an important source of P for extremely unproductive lakes? The most important input of phosphate is in th...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G
55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reagent, Autotroph, Primary Production
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CONCEPT QUESTIONS Compare typical molecular oxygen concentrations in air and water and what this means for air breathing animals versus water respiring animals o C O2 water much lower than in air C O2(air)0.95 by volume C ...

Biological Sciences
55-445
Haffner G

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