2. Label the following land masses:
3. Draw in the major rivers and tributaries found near your home. Be sure to include how they lead to the ocean.
4. The following locations are used as examples in the exhibition. Some represent land locations that have a tie to the oceans and others represent actual ocean "seamarks." Plot and label the following latitude and longitude coordinates or oceanic features:
a. 24N 75W Bahamas b. 8S 115E Bali c. 58N 160W Bering Sea d. 38N 77W Chesapeake Bay e. 68N 25W Denmark Strait f. 45N 83W Great Lakes g. Gulf Stream h. 37N 108W Ignacio Colorado i. 2S 41E Lamu Kenya j. 10N 177E Marshall Island k. 43N 70W Maine l. 11N 142E Mariana Trench m. 19N 155W Mauna Kea n. Mid Ocean Ridge o. 53N 56W Newfoundland p. 41N 73W NY/New Jersey Beaches q. 48N 161W Nike shoes r. 12S 77W Peru s. 63N 14E Scandinavia t. 8S 160E Solomon Island
Map - Ocean Planet Link a. Bahamas - dive site for the Johnson Sea Link b. Bali - temple for fisherman's safe return c. Bering Sea - king crab fishing d. Chesapeake Bay - nursery grounds for the Atlantic Ocean e. Denmark Strait - underwater marine waterfall f. Great Lakes - colonized by zebra mussels g. Gulf Stream - warm current off the eastern coast of the U.S. h. Ignacio Colorado - Margit Hentschel organized an oil recycling program i. Lamu, Kenya - fishing charm j. Marshall Island - navigation stick chart k. Maine - lobster fishing l. Mariana Trench - deepest point in the ocean at 6.8 miles m. Mauna Kea - highest mountain on earth rises 33,465 feet from the sea floor n. Mid-Ocean Ridge - longest mountain chain, stretching 46,000 miles o. Newfoundland - cod declines p. N.Y/N.J Beaches - medical wastes q. Nike shoes - spilled from a cargo ship May 1990 r. Peru - El Nino s. Scandinavia - cod liver oil t. Solomon Island - shark priest's fishing boat
Ocean Planet Exhibition Floorplan
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