Mesopelogic zone (Twilight) or disphotic zone 200 to 1,000m: Deep blue and black in color. The depth of this zone depends on the clarity of the murkiness of the water. In clear water, the disphotic zone can begin at depths up to 600 feet; in murky water, it can start at only 50 feet deep. It usually begins somewhere between these two extremes 200 to 1,000m. There is enough light to see during the day, but not enough light for photosynthesis to take place, so no plants live in this zone. Amount of light decreases with depth and food is not abundant. There is a continental slope. Bioluminescence: Many of the animals in this zone are bioluminescent; they can make their own light. Most of these species give off an eerie blue green light. Some species even have red lights. Red is invisible to most other deep sea marine organisms, who see mainly blues and greens. Animals use their light to find food, find mates, and to confuse predators. Temperature: Varies from over 20 degrees C (68 degrees F) at the top to around 4 degrees C (39 degrees F) at the boundary with the bathyal zone. Diet: Animals in this zone feed on plant matter and algae that fall into this zone from the euphotic zone, animals are filter feeders, gazers and predators, some animals migrate vertically (up and down) in order to feed upon the…
several areas during his lecture including reaching out
of your own comfort zone, preparing ourselves to be the healers of the world and
enabling the use of dialogue. Coming to college for me seemed like one big culture
shock. I was now showering with shoes on, sharing a room, and trying to get a complete
stranger to eat a meal with me and maybe be my friend. Of course at the time coming out
of my comfort zone seemed like a traumatizing experience, but in hindsight the reality
only one thing known to man that could make one be more interested in a storyline than to sleep, eat, or think about anything else but that one object-Twilight by Stephenie Meyer.
I have to ask myself a simple question. How would one "define" the incredible oddity that seems omnipresent in today's society? The dictionary definition for the term twilight is "the soft, diffused light from the sky when the sun is below the horizon." To anyone you might ask who crosses your path may assert something as…
Twilight is about a book written by Stephanie Meyer. It is the first book of the Twilight series, and it introduces seventeen year old Isabella "Bella" Swan, who moves from Phoenix, Arizona to Forks, Washington and finds her life in danger when she falls in love with a vampire, Edward Cullen. This book then was made in to a movie in 2008. There are many differences from the book to the movie some of these differences are minor differences but some greatly impact the storyline. In the book Twilight…
Dr. Alan Hutchison/ Dr. Eden Pearson
Composition 105/ Hum 116
15 November 2013
Fear of the Future
Do you remember a time where fear kept you from doing something important in your life? In the short story, “Twilight of the Superheroes”, main characters Nathaniel and Lucien have a fear of the future. After finding several recurring patterns of fear I decided to write this paper using a psychoanalytic critical form. In the story the patterns of fear create a…
Robert Gandt. The Twilight Warriors: The Deadliest Naval Battle of World War II and the Men Who Fought It. New York: Broadway Paperbacks. 2010. $15.00, ISBN 978-0-7679-3242-4
Reviewed by Michaela Cross (Worcester State University)
A real and raw look into the Battle of Okinawa, told with a twist of humor and tragedy. This story documents the journey of the navy pilots of those who fought in the pacific in 1945; from flight school until their untimely deaths. Robert Gandt is a story teller who…
The Movie that I have chosen is Twilight. I have chosen this movie because i think that all the cast and crew did a finaminal job with creating this movie. The clip that stood out to me the most would have to be the Crash sene. In this sene you will see Bella being saved by Edward from getting hit by a van that was skidding on ice in the school parking lot. This is the first clip in the movie that leaves the aduance guessing on what Edward really is. Edward shows his abnormal strengeth and speed…
Boreal Shield Eco zone
Unit 9 Project (Individual Work)
Plain and low hills of the Canadian Shield.
The Eco zone is characterized by a broadly rolling upla
nds and lowlands with Precambrian granitic bedrock out
crops. There are numerous lakes and rivers, accounting
for 22% of Canada’s
freshwater surface area.
The types of soil vary
widely from muskeg to
The climate of the Boreal Shield is…
The Coastal Zone
How waves form:-
Waves are usually formed by the wind blowing over the sea. Friction with the surface of the water causes ripples to form and these to develop into waves. The stretch of open water over which the wind blows is called the fetch. The longer the fetch, the more powerful a wave can become. The winds are south westerly and come mainly from Brazil. The distance is has to travel is 10,000km (6000 miles).
What happens when waves approach the shore?
Types of waves…
I chose this film because i love vampires and vampire movies.
I recommend this movie because its a great love story.
This movie is based on a book by stephanie meyer
The book “Twilight,” written by Stephenie Meyer, is a fantasy story which also has lots of romance and action. Twilight is about a girl named Isabella Swan (she prefers Bella). Bella was different than everyone at Forks. She had moved to Forks after her mother had remarried at Phoenix because her step-father (Phil)…
shoot Grey asks Ana to join him for a cup of coffee. This is where we get a glimpse into the background of both characters. At only 27 years old, Grey is portrayed as someone well beyond his age. Grey’s character reminds me of Edward Cullen from Twilight. Expect the whole vampire thing. Ana is everything we despise about Twilight’s Bella Swan. Painfully aware of her short comings, inexperienced girl and a women with a thesaurus vocabulary and a moderately smart mouth. Ana is like putty in Mr. Grey’s…