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eBook What Is an Ocean? (The World Around Us) ePub

by Monica Hughes

  • ISBN: 1403462836
  • Category: Science Nature and How It Works
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Monica Hughes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heinemann (February 25, 2005)
  • Pages: 24
  • ePub book: 1668 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1509 kb
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The World Around Us) Library Binding – February 28, 2005.

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Of the world’s five oceans, the Pacific is the largest by far. As such, it is a place that is full of majesty, mystery, beauty, and wonders. Follow Us: No thanks, I don't Like Learning New Things. Around the Equator, the average temperature of the Pacific is a balmy 30C. That’s perfect for scuba diving or leisurely backstrokes.

Readers will learn what an ocean looks, feels and sounds like, as well as how deep and wide it is, what the edge of an ocean is, who lives in an ocean, and how people use oceans.

The oceans of the world host around 230,000 marine species

The oceans of the world host around 230,000 marine species. More species might be discovered if humans were to explore the greater depths of the oceans. Here, we present the five oceans of the world, their boundaries and dimensions, habitat and biodiversity, threats and other key features. The smallest and shallowest of the oceans of the world, the Arctic Ocean is located in the Northern Hemisphere’s Arctic north polar region.

The World Around Us. Задачи урока: 1. Развивающие . a). What is the name of the planet we live on? b) How many oceans are there on our planet? Show them on the map. c). How many continents are there?

The World Around Us. Развивающие: развитие навыков аудирования и устного высказывания по теме. 2. Информационные: обобщение имеющихся у учеников знаний по теме. Today he is our guest. How many continents are there?

The world environment means simply what is around us. Some people live in towns, other in the country. For example water pollution: water is everywhere, but there is no ocean or sea which is not used as a dump.

The world environment means simply what is around us. There are a lot of ecological problems. The most serious ecological problems are: noise from cars and buses; destruction of wildlife and countryside beauty; shortage of natural resources; the growth of population; pollution in its many forms. Many rivers and lakes are poisoned too. Fish and reptiles can't live in them. People can't drink this water

Contact The World Around Us on Messenger. The beauty of Nature.

Contact The World Around Us on Messenger. Community · Product/service. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 15 July 2017.

Water in the Solar System and Beyond. The story of oceans is the story of life. What is the ultimate origin of water? A water molecule is made up of one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms. Oceans define our home planet, covering the majority of Earth’s surface and driving the water cycle that dominates our land and atmosphere. But more profound still, the story of our oceans envelops our home in a far larger context that reaches deep into the universe and places us in a rich family of ocean worlds that span our solar system and beyond.

The definition and number of oceans can vary depending on the adopted criteria. Though generally described as several separate oceans, the world's oceanic waters constitute one global, interconnected body of salt water sometimes referred to as the global or World Ocean. This concept of a continuous body of water with relatively free interchange among its parts is of fundamental importance to oceanography.

Readers will learn what an ocean looks, feels and sounds like, as well as how deep and wide it is, what the edge of an ocean is, who lives in an ocean, and how people use oceans.