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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Aurore MacGyver Sr. on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to OCEAN 260 at University of Washington taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see /class/192151/ocean-260-university-of-washington in Oceanography at University of Washington.




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Date Created: 09/09/15
OceanographyProgram on the Environment 260 Autumn 2008 Review Sheet Exam 1 70 points maximum score 63 40 equivalent 58 35 equivalent 52 30 equivalent 47 25 equivalent 42 20 equivalent Remember the only score that ultimately matters is your nal point total at the end of the quarter Study topics for the exam 39 Consequences of glaciations soils topography ecology 39 Causes of Puget Sound Ecosystem s high biodiversity 39 Puget Sound 0 Distinctive characteristics Complex differences within Habitatforming processes Food web Hood Canal dissolved oxygen Historic changes 0 Moderating effects on human impacts 39 Salmon 0 Keystone species 0 Puget Sound diversity and productivity historic and current 39 Forests 0 Relationship to streams hydrologic water quality physical biological 0 Relationship of climate to defining characteristics 0 Historic changes 39 Rivers 0 Importance of oodplain 0 Historic changes 39 Challenges for defining the state of the Sound 0 Indicators 0 Shifting baselines o Stressors 39 Priority conservation areas 0 Where and why 0 Significance for regional conservation 39 Estuarine circulation and Hood Canal oxygen 0 Tidal currents stratification and net 2layer estuarine circulation o Flushing in estuaries and fjords 0 Natural and suspected human causes of low subsurface dissolved oxygen 0 Location and annual amp longterm trends of low subsurface dissolved oxygen in Hood Canal 39 Nearshore processes and food web and relation to openwater pelagic food web 00000 0 Natural characteristics of marine amp estuarine shorelines that contribute to productivity 0 Alterations to marine amp estuarine shorelines that affect these characteristics and their biological impacts 0 Structure of the nearshore estuarine food web and how it supports openwater organisms


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