Deep Sea By Trevor Snyders
Temperatures of Deep Sea <ul><li>34-39 ° F </li></ul><ul><li>1-4° C </li></ul>
Water Pressure   Humans can travel three to four atmospheres down  in the ocean and be ok.
Aquatic Organisms Survival Aquatic organisms can survive because they have adaptations to the deep sea conditions.
How far can a human travel into the sea? There have only been eight divers that have traveled further  than 800 feet below...
Aquatic Organism Adaptations Some aquatic organisms create light by using a chemical process called bioluminescence
Equipment used for Deep Sea Diving ▪  Black crushed-neoprene dry suit ▪ Closed-circuit rebreather set ▪ Six cylinders of gas
Different levels of the Ocean <ul><li>Epipelagic Zone (Sunlight Zone) </li></ul><ul><li>Mesopelagic Zone (Twilight Zone) <...
Machines Going Further than Humans A submarine is the only way a human can travel further  than 800 feet in the deep sea o...
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  1. 1. Deep Sea By Trevor Snyders
  2. 2. Temperatures of Deep Sea <ul><li>34-39 ° F </li></ul><ul><li>1-4° C </li></ul>
  3. 3. Water Pressure Humans can travel three to four atmospheres down in the ocean and be ok.
  4. 4. Aquatic Organisms Survival Aquatic organisms can survive because they have adaptations to the deep sea conditions.
  5. 5. How far can a human travel into the sea? There have only been eight divers that have traveled further than 800 feet below sea level
  6. 6. Aquatic Organism Adaptations Some aquatic organisms create light by using a chemical process called bioluminescence
  7. 7. Equipment used for Deep Sea Diving ▪ Black crushed-neoprene dry suit ▪ Closed-circuit rebreather set ▪ Six cylinders of gas
  8. 8. Different levels of the Ocean <ul><li>Epipelagic Zone (Sunlight Zone) </li></ul><ul><li>Mesopelagic Zone (Twilight Zone) </li></ul><ul><li>Bathypelagic Zone (Midnight Zone) </li></ul><ul><li>Abyssopelagic Zone (The Abyss) </li></ul><ul><li>Hadalpelagic Zone (The Trenches) </li></ul>
  9. 9. Machines Going Further than Humans A submarine is the only way a human can travel further than 800 feet in the deep sea ocean
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