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55-445 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Littoral Zone, Photic Zone, Lake Erie

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5 Feb 2018
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Does not thermally stratify because it is shallow, large surface area and 4m in depth. Is there enough light to reach bottom - yes. What factors determ
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55-445 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Meromictic Lake, Morphometrics, Detroit River

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27 Dec 2017
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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
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55-445 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Crater Lake, Great Lakes Areas Of Concern, Rift Lake

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27 Dec 2017
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Concepts: who was forel and what was his contribution to limnology? physics, chemistry, biology and archeology. Oceanography is the study of the ocean;
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55-445 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Graben, Limnetic Zone, Morphometrics

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27 Dec 2017
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Temperature is a factor decreasing viscosity, wind strength, low water velocity to high velocity you break the directionality and flow giving you turbu
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55-445- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 50 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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The most important input of phosphate is in the form of orthophosphate (po4) from erosion of sediment, runoff and plant/animal decay (most important) I
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55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Herbivore, Northern Pike, Photic Zone

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27 Dec 2017
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Compare typical light requirements of phytoplankton versus macrophytes. Macrophytes are both associated with but also contribute to clear water states.
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55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Morphometrics, Chromatic Adaptation, Ecosystem Engineer

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27 Dec 2017
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Nostacales are kind of cyanobacteria that are capable of producing heterocysts, and it is the site of nitrogen fixation. Rank the temperature optima of
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55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Paraphyly, Euglenozoa, Periplasm

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27 Dec 2017
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Orthograde oxygen profile: oligotropic lakes (low productivity, oxygen concentration is at 100% saturation at all depths, overturn conditions: Delivery
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55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Far (Album), Insitu, Chromatic Adaptation

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27 Dec 2017
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The most important input of phosphate is in the form of orthophosphate (po4) from erosion of sediment, runoff and plant/animal decay (most important) I
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55-445 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reagent, Autotroph, Primary Production

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27 Dec 2017
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Compare typical molecular oxygen concentrations in air and water and what this means for air breathing animals versus water respiring animals: co2 in w
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