Marine Tidewater

By: Seline Kozlu

Activities That You Can Do At A Tide Pool

  • Crabbing
  • Swimming (depends on how deep the tide pool is)
  • Look for sea creatures

The Physical Landscape Of A Tide Pool

  • Coral
  • Starfish
  • Sea urchins
  • Seaweed
  • Sand
  • Rocks
  • Shells
  • Hermit crabs
  • Snails
  • Horse shoe crabs
  • Sea anemones

Some Abiotic Factors That Are Involved With Tide Pools Are.........

When Do Tide Pools Exist

Tide pools only exist during low-tide.

Three Native Plants That Live In Tide Pools

Three Native Animals That Live In Tide Pools

Temperatures In Tide Pools

The temperature of a tide pools is affected by the air temperature and how much direct sunlight it might have.

Gear That Tourists Should Bring While Visiting Tide Pools

  • Sun screen
  • Bathing suit
  • Nets
  • Water shoes
  • Sun glasses
  • Hat
  • Bucket
  • Shovel

Salinity

The sun and wind evaporates water from the surface of the tide pools. Heavy rain decreases the salinity in the tide pools.

Depth

Small tide pools are founded farther back in the beach. Large tide pools are founded near the ocean.

Large Tide Pools

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Small Tide Pools

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Water Flow Movement

Waves can carry away poorly adapted-organisms.
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Oxygen

Plants provide more oxygen during the day however during the night the animals need to come up to the surface to get oxygen.

Threats To Tide Pools

The only threat to this biome is that waves can carry away poorly adapted-animals.

Endangered Species In Tide Pools

Black Abalone
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Why Are Tide Pools Important?

In tide pools animals can survive in the many different climates that may arise. Animals have to adapt to the different climates which aren’t offered in the ocean.