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What major ecological and economic services are provided by marine systems What are the

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What major ecological and economic services are provided by marine systems? What are the three major life zones in an ocean? Distinguish between the coastal zone and the open sea. Distinguish between an estuary and a coastal wetland and explain why they each have high net primary productivity. Describe some of the interactions among species in a coastal marsh ecosystem. Explain the importance of sea grass beds. What is a mangrove forest and what is its ecological and economic importance? What is the intertidal zone? Distinguish between rocky and sandy shores and describe some of the organisms often found on each type of shoreline.

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Textbook: Living in the Environment: Principles, Connections, and Solutions
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