Dalton Sweitzer, Luis Martinez, Chase Campbell
A gentle sloping shallow area of the ocean floor that extends outward and forms the edge of the continent.
A zone of the ocean that extends from the low tide line out to the edge of the continental shelf.
A process used by plants and other organisms to convert light energy.
A deep steep sided canyon in the ocean floor.
A smooth, nearly flat region of the deep ocean floor.
The total amount of dissolved salts in a water sample.
A. There is usually nutrient pollution that gets into the open ocean.
Q. How do the living and non-living in your ecosystem react?
A. Living things like animals and plants interact with the non-living environment, includes soil, climate, and water to cause effects on each other that can be positive. Living things need water and sun. :/ Obviously.
Q. How does ocean pollution impact your ecosystem?
A. This will be answered in the video below.
-It's referred to as the marine desert because nutrients are lower here than in the shallow sea.