Finding nemo unit 5


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Earth Science Prentice Hall Oceanography unit (Ch. 14-16.1)

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Finding nemo unit 5

  1. 1. Finding Nemo Viewing Worksheet Name:___________________________ Per. ______<br />Fill in the blanks using the word bank below: (17 pts.)<br />1,250<br />75%<br />Animals<br />Aquatic<br />Benthos<br />Dory<br />Freshwater<br />Great Barrier Reef<br />Marine<br />Marlin<br />Nekton<br />Nemo<br />Plankton<br />Polyps<br />Productive<br />Salty<br />Sea Anemone<br />The world’s aquatic regions cover _________ of the earth and are home to many species of animals. There are two main categories of aquatic biomes; _________________ and ________________. Coral Reefs are a type of ___________ biome that is very _______________. This means that there is a lot of very diverse life found here. Coral reefs are made up of a substance that comes from the skeletons of _______________. It clusters together in brightly colored _____________. Coral reefs only can be found in clear, _____________, shallow water.<br />The setting for the movie Finding Nemo is the ___________________________ and the characters in the movie are based on the real aquatic life found there. This is the only living structure that can be seen from space and is ____________ miles long!<br />______________ and _____________, are clownfish which are also called anemone fish because they live among the tentacles of __________________. ____________ is a Pacific Blue Tang. She has a short-term memory problem!<br />In aquatic biomes there are 3 types of life. _______________ are organisms that float close to the surface. ________________ are organisms that are free swimming. <br />_______________ are organisms that are attached to the bottom of the sea floor. Name one example of this type of organism found in ‘Finding Nemo’ __________________<br />Answer the following questions below (5 pts each):<br /><ul><li>The East Australian Current rotates counter-clockwise. Why? _______________________________________
  2. 2. What are the four world basins? ______________________________________________________________
  3. 3. What is the study of the four world basins called? ________________________________________________
  4. 4. Which basin is this movie taken place in? _______________________________________________________
  5. 5. Marlin and Cora’s new home is on the ‘drop off’. What vocabulary term from chapter 14 best fits this new home:
  6. 6. A. Continental MarginB. Continental ShelfC. Continental SlopeD. Continental Rise</li></ul>What term describes a layer of change at the top 300 meters from the surface: __________________________.<br />(From #6) What evidence from the film would lead the viewer to believe that this layer IS present? ___________ _________________________________________________________________________________________<br />What makes ocean water MORE dense (2 reasons)? __________________ and _________________________.<br />(From #8) How would you describe the water conditions where Nemo was caught by the dentist? ____________ __________________________________________________________________________________________<br />(From #8) How would you describe the water conditions where Dory memorized the dentist’s address? ________ __________________________________________________________________________________________<br />Draw a diagram using 2 characters from this film to illustrate 3 trophic levels below: (10 pts)<br />Matching: Match the characters (letter) to their species (number) (11pts.)<br /><ul><li>____ Pufferfish____ Great White Shark____ Cleaner Shrimp____ Loggerhead Sea Turtle____ Regal Blue Tang____ Clownfish____Starfish____ Moorish Idol Fish____ Flapjack Octopus____ Black-tip Reef Shark____ StingrayNemo
  7. 7. Dory
  8. 8. Crush
  9. 9. Bruce
  10. 10. Gill
  11. 11. Pearl
  12. 12. Jacques
  13. 13. Peach
  14. 14. Bloat
  15. 15. Mr. Ray
  16. 16. Chum (shark)