Class Note for GEOS 212 at UA
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Date Created: 02/06/15
LECTURE 23 OUTLINE coral reefs November 18 2008 History of evolution and migration of corals Temperature nutrient control Wave action and distribution of coral reefs Coral reefs on continental shelves Corals on volcanic islands Coral Bleaching Ocean Acidi cation 150 Million Years Ago Jurassic Period Dupy qlu a 2002 hyTasa Graphquot Arts rm Fri nging coral reef mpyngm a zuuzny Tasa Graphic Avis inc Annual umpmxm mg aquot c y quot 39 7 gwk m i r r J n 4 xrw 5 i39N ms 159 my m w A gg f a 1 WWI1 w w an W s 991 E an a Tentacles wuh slingan cels Epidermal ssue Digesnve camy InlarIor panitlun SymbxoLic zoaxamhellae Mesemerlc laments Layers 0 calcium carbonate forming a skeleton p Tertlary consumers Secondary cansumers Primary consumers Relative humus Calcification decreased 9 To 18 Gephyrocapsa oceanica Important aspects of Coral reefs Barrier Reef video Part 1 3451105 copy 000719 Description of coral organism and colony How is sand produced in coral reef environment How and why are nutrients recycled in a coral reef Part 2 1515 1805 copy 7191002 Name of rock that makes up reef Plant zooxanthellae versus animal structure of coral Daynight difference Part 3 25053235 copy 1002 1733 What is importance of storms amp waves Whenwhere did corals first appear Where do most coral reefs occur today Why did they have to leave this area How amp why did they leave this area Part 4 40104255 copy 17332009 What happens following the full moon in November How do corals reproduce Part 5 47355308 copy 20092544 How does reproduction help inhabit new areas How do coral atolls form
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