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  • 1. Ocean Crisis beyond Your Imagination Group member Name Student ID # Angela 498315017 Daisy 498725011 Eric 497320009 Janet 897530008
  • 2. Outlining A. Coral Reef DistributionA. Fangtooth Fish B. AmazingB. Mantis Shrimp UnderwaterC. Blobfish Sea Coral Sculptures Animals Reef C. Benefits of Artificial Reefs Sea TuvaluA. Location of Japanese Economical A. About TuvaluCoastline Activities Island B. DisastersB. Skills and Tools of Fish 1.The king tidesCatching 2. Storm surgeC. Career of Sea Women 3. Coastal erosionD. history of Sea WomenE. Modern Style of Sea 4. SaltwaterWomen intrusion
  • 3. Thesis statementThere are many ocean crisis out of your imagination,so lets explore more from sea creatures, coral reed,Tuvalu island and sea economical activities.Topic sentence1. Firstly, we want to present three different creatures under the sea and the extinction problem.2. Secondly, there is a perfect balance where sculptures garden are protecting the reef.3. Thirdly, we are going to bring up Ihe storm, disaster, sinking of Tuvalu island.4. Lastly, we are going to introduce the location, skill, career, history and trend about sea women.
  • 4. Collocation Word/collocation Other related words or Definition collocation (1) adj + n : current/present/new/older Uncounted people/period generations1 generations of time (2) Phrases from generation to generation (1) adj +n size/extent; full/big/considerable/grand scale2 Larger in scale range of (2) v + n values increase/reduce scale (1) adv + adj Not extremely, grossly, hopelessly factually3 exact/accurate, inaccurate inaccurate with mistakes (2) v + adj Be/prove/become inaccurate
  • 5. Collocation Definition Word/collocation sentences in the reading (no more than context 7-8 words) collect facts or (1) V + n gather 4 details from a collect/obtain/receive information wide area information ( V + N ) (1) v+ adv Lift foot & step move in briskly/hastily/carefully/down 5 step toward particular (2) v + prep direction step across/from/in/out of/ over/through/towards
  • 6. Outlining A. Coral Reef DistributionA. Fangtooth Fish B. AmazingB. Mantis Shrimp UnderwaterC. Blobfish Sea Coral Sculptures C. Benefits of Animals Reef Artificial Reefs Sea TuvaluA. Location of Japanese Economical A. About TuvaluCoastline Activities Island B. DisastersB. Skills and Tools of Fish 1.The king tidesCatching 2. Storm surgeC. Career of Sea Women 3. Coastal erosionD. history of Sea WomenE. Modern Style of Sea 4. SaltwaterWomen intrusion
  • 7. Fangtooth FishOther Names OrefishScientific Name Anoplogaster comutaSize Range Up to 6 inchesHabitat Tropical & temperate regionsDepth Range Down to 5,000 meters
  • 8. FangtoothFish
  • 9. Mantis ShrimpOther Names Squilla empusaSize Range Up to one foot long Tropical seas of the Indian andHabitat Pacific OceanDepth Range usually less than 40 meters
  • 10. Mantis shrimps It is really exceptional – out-performing anything we humans have so far been able to create.
  • 11. BlobfishScientific Name Psychrolutes marcidusSize Range about 4 feet wide and 3 feet tall depth of 800 meters off the coasts ofHabitat Australia and TasmaniaDepth Range around 800 meters
  • 12. Blobfish the worlds most miserable-looking fish has plenty to be miserable about
  • 13. Outlining A. Coral Reef DistributionA. Fangtooth Fish B. AmazingB. Mantis Shrimp UnderwaterC. Blobfish Sea Coral Sculptures Animals C. Benefits of Reef Artificial Reefs Sea TuvaluA. Location of Japanese Economical A. About TuvaluCoastline Activities Island B. DisastersB. Skills and Tools of Fish 1.The king tidesCatching 2. Storm surgeC. Career of Sea Women 3. Coastal erosionD. history of Sea WomenE. Modern Style of Sea 4. SaltwaterWomen intrusion
  • 14. Coral Reef Distribution
  • 15. Coral Reef Distribution Asia and Pacific Africa 7.5 % 77.5 % Europe 7.1 % Latin American and Carribean 5.4 % North America 2.5 %
  • 16. Plants on the Coral Reef
  • 17. Video
  • 18. Amazing Underwater Sculptures• “Bodies” make up fake coral reef – The museum is attracting a growing number of divers Jason de Caires Taylor http://www.underwatersculpture.com/
  • 19. Underwater Sculpture Garden• World’s Most Haunting Underwater Sculpture Gardens – Underwater Sculpture Gardens • Grenada • Mexico – the prices for certified divers range from $45 to $65.
  • 20. Underwater Sculpture Garden ofMexico, Cancun • Cancun Marine Park – hundreds of thousands of visitors – largest in the world – 10 meters beneath the sea level – Sculptures made from a special concrete • pH neutral and anti-corrosive
  • 21. Benefits of Artificial Reefs• They have attracted coral growth, in turn, can support an entire marine ecosystem – 10 % – 15% of the sea bed has a solid enough• Lifting the pressure off natural reefs• Underwater sculpture garden helps save Cancuns coral reefs
  • 22. School of Rock
  • 23. Blowing Bubbles
  • 24. Outlining A. Coral Reef DistributionA. Fangtooth Fish B. AmazingB. Mantis Shrimp UnderwaterC. Blobfish Sea Coral Coral Sculptures Animals Reef C. Benefits of Reef Artificial Reefs Sea TuvaluA. Location of Japanese Economical A. About TuvaluCoastline Activities Island B. DisastersB. Skills and Tools of Fish 1.The king tidesCatching 2. Storm surgeC. Career of Sea Women 3. Coastal erosionD. history of Sea WomenE. Modern Style of Sea 4. SaltwaterWomen intrusion
  • 25. Location
  • 26. The King Tides
  • 27. Storm surge
  • 28. Coastal erosion
  • 29. Saltwater Intrusion
  • 30. Agriculture
  • 31. Outlining A. Coral Reef DistributionA. Fangtooth Fish B. AmazingB. Mantis Shrimp UnderwaterC. Blobfish Sea Coral Coral Sculptures Animals Reef C. Benefits of Reef Artificial Reefs Sea TuvaluA. Location of Japanese Economical A. About TuvaluCoastline Activities Island B. DisastersB. Skills and Tools of Fish 1.The king tidesCatching 2. Storm surgeC. Career of Sea Women 3. Coastal erosionD. history of Sea WomenE. Modern Style of Sea 4. SaltwaterWomen intrusion
  • 32. Location of sea women `Izu Oshima IslandShima no kuni
  • 33. Skills and tools of fish catching Rope, shallow wooden tubes and metal tolls Use freediving skill to detach shellfish
  • 34. Octopus, tunicate, seaweed, shells, sea urchin
  • 35. Career of sea women begin diving in their mid-teens continue into 40s-50s & bring their daughter by side
  • 36. History of sea women 1. men work outside 2. greater tolerance to cold
  • 37. Earn 1 million yen per 3 mouth (equal to 100,000 per mouth)
  • 38. Modern style of sea women
  • 39. Traditional vocation vs.modern fish catchig skill
  • 40. Conclusion
  • 41. Know much about crisis under Q&Aour sea? • Island • Seawomen • Mantis Shrimp • Blobfish • Artificial reef
  • 42. Reference• http://ocean.nationalgeographic.com/ocean/photos/deep-sea-creatures/#/deep- sea04-fangtooth_18164_600x450.jpghttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mantis_shrimp• http://www.buzzfeed.com/explorer25/10-animals-that-deserve-their-own-national- geograp• http://ocean.nationalgeographic.com/wallpaper/ocean/photos/colorful-sea- creatures/colorful04-peacock-mantis-shrimp/• http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Marine_scientist_says_Australias_blobfish_faces_extincti on http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/05/080519-shrimp-colors.html• http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2219001.stm• http://geography.about.com/library/cia/blctuvalu.htm• World’s Most Haunting Underwater Sculpture Gardens http://www.travelvivi.com/worlds-most-haunting-underwater-sculpture-gardens/• Underwater sculpture garden helps save Cancuns coral reefs by Sean McLachlan (2009) http://www.gadling.com/2009/11/27/underwater-sculpture-garden-helps-save- cancuns-coral-reefs/• The World’s Largest Underwater Sculpture Park• http://travel.spotcoolstuff.com/cancun-mexico/unusual-museum/underwater- sculpture-park• http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/news/culture-places-news/mexico-human- reef-vin/• http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2011/01/pictures/110105-underwater- sculpture-park-garden-cancun-mexico-caribbean-pictures-photos-science/• http://bionicbong.com/culture-2/trad-japanese-c-c/japans-amasan-sea-women-show- mermaid-skills/
  • 43. Thank you for listening!