7 Slides+16 Slides

part 1

7 slides excluding first and reference page

part 2

16 slides

excluding first and reference page

part 1


You may use either a web format in which food chains are included or a biomass pyramid format. The assignment must include the following

• Title Page

• Diagram, chart, or illustration of a web format or biomass pyramid Description of primary productivity

• Description of a method used to measure the

amount of primary productivity

• Description of how primary productivity affects the

color of the ocean

• List of the factors that cause regional primary productivity to vary among polar, tropical, and temperate oceans Description of how the selected web or biomass is

affected by overfishing Submit your assignment. Resources:

• Center for Writing Excellence

• Reference and Citation Generator

• Grammar and Writing Guides

• Learning Team Toolkit

part 2


Prepare 15 to 20 slides. Add the 8 to 10 slides from the Week Three assignment to this presentation to reach the 15 to 20 slide requirement.

Include the following information and address the following questions in your final presentation

• Include detailed speaker notes . What are the geological features of the selected

region where your organism dwells? • What life exists in your chosen region? List the top 10 prevalent marine organisms from your chosen region. • Select a marine organism from the region and discuss its adaptation to the environment due to two of the major environmental problems facing our oceans today, global climate change and plastic

pollution • Discuss its relationship to the other organisms that

live in the same food chain. . Include future adaptations. • How do the currents and tides affect your selected

animal? • Select the same animal as you did earlier in this assignment or another animal from the same region and hypothesize how it may need to adapt in the future due to natural circumstances or pollution. Will your chosen species in fact, be able to adapt to such rapid changes or go extinct?

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