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  • 1. Dumaguete Marine Biome
    Jon Michael D. Gregorio
    NATSCI 13
    Mr. Faisal Alonto
  • 2. Location
    • It is near the island of siquijor and near in Cebu also
    • 3. From the resort you can see the Apo island
    • 4. The amount of precipitation in Dumaguete is about 2.5 – 10 cm
    • 5. The dive spot is in the southern part or the negrosoriental
    • 6. Dumaguete is one of the popular sites for diving
  • Climate and Weather
    • There are two types of weather here in Dumaguetewhich is the wet and dry season.
    • 7. The climate in the area is the normal climate of the country which is a tropical climate
  • The Floras
    • In order for me to get under water I must wear the scuba diving attire so that I can go deep into the ocean
  • Brain Corals (Platygyralamellina)
    • The Corals here are home of many different kinds of plants like Crinoids
    • 8. If corals were destroyed it will take them years to rebuild the damage d done to them
    Sea weeds (Kappaphycusalvarezii)
    • Seaweeds are the most common of all the plants in the ocean
    • 9. Seaweeds can also be classified by use (as food, medicine, fertilizer, industrial, etc.)
  • Sea Anemone (Cribrinopsisfernaldi)
    • The anemones are groups of water dwelling
    • 10. It is a home for animals like the clown fish
    • 11. It is a jelly like form and it moves with the waves
    Food Web
    Clown Fish
    Plankton
    Oriental Sweetlip
    Sun
    Humans
    Sea Weeds
  • 12. The Faunas
    Batfish (Platexorbicularis)
    • One of the animals that I saw from the diving spot are the batfish
    • 13. Batfishes are found in warm temperature areas.
    • 14. They eat planktons
  • Clown fish ( Amphiprionpercula)
    • The clown fish lives in a warm temperature area
    • 15. It lives with sea anemones and it hides when ever they see predators
    Oriental Sweetlip (PlectorhinchusOrientalis)
    • The Oriental Sweetlip is a reef dwelling creature
    • 16. It is very common and can be found in any ocean in the Philippines
    • 17. This fish is very afraid of humans, they swim fast when ever they see humans
  • Importance in my course
    It is very obvious that it is related tom my course. I am talking Hotel management right now and it will enable me to manage my future restaurant. I have to experience it first hand, in order for me to attract tourists there is one activity that I have in mind that is appealing to the people and that is Scuba Diving. Scuba Diving is a very pricy activity in this manner I can regain my loss in this particular business. From my experience I can avoid the things that can make the hotel or the business from losing its earnings.
  • 18. Sources
    • http://www.google.com.ph/#hl=tl&biw=1024&bih=575&q=coral+scientific+name&aq=f&aqi=g1&aql=&oq=&fp=cd01e9626ccc2ca2
    • 19. http://www.garf.org/trever/anem/anenome.html
    • 20. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seaweed
    • 21. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clownfish
    • 22. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coral