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you will visit several web sites to learn more about ancient life and fossils. E

you will visit several web sites to learn more about ancient life and fossils. Each question is worth 1 pt each.
A. Getting into the Fossil Record
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/education/explorations/tours/fossil/9to12/intro.html
1. View   the animation about getting into the fossil record, and write several explanations   summarizing how a dinosaur can become a fossil. 
2. The   word “fossil” means what (from Latin)? 
3. What   are paleontologists? 
4. Fossils   can be body parts of ancient organisms, or they can be traces. Give five   examples of traces. 
Which type of organism do you        think is most likely to be preserved? One that gets buried quickly or        one that gets buried slowly? Why?
What are three biotic factors        that can affect an organism after death? 
What is an abiotic factor that        can prevent the organism from becoming preserved, AFTER it has been        buried? 
What type of animal might become        preserved in amber? 
Where is a tar pit found? 
What type of animal might become        preserved in a tar pit? 
Which is more likely to        fossilize? Hard parts or soft parts? 
Which type of rock is most        likely to contain fossils? Igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic? 
Why is a mammoth more likely to        fossilize than a caterpillar? 
B. History of Life Through Time
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/exhibits/historyoflife.php
What are the 3 domains of life?
Click on the link for Bacteria in the diagram.
What do bacteria do, and why are        they important?
What is the age of the oldest        fossil bacteria?
At the bottom of the Bacteria Page, click on Fossil Record   and follow the links.
What are cyanobacteria?
Name two layered structures that        cyanobacteria form.
Explain how cyanobacteria        produce these layered structures.
Use the Back button to return to the “History of Life   Through Time” page. Click on the link for Eukaryota in the diagram.
Which four groups of organisms        are included in the Eukaryota?
Click on the Palm Tree.
Plants first appeared in the        __A__ but did no begin to resemble modern land plants until the Late        __B__.
A.
B.
Trees appeared by the end of the        __A__ Period.
A. 
Use the Back button to return to the “History of Life   Through Time” page. Click on the link for Archaea in the diagram.
When were the Archaea        discovered?
What sorts of extreme        environments do the Archaea inhabit? List five.

Please upload a filled out version of the Plate Tectonics table.  Upload signed

Please upload a filled out version of the Plate Tectonics table. 
Upload signed / dated images of your GCM and Ocean Gyres. The GCM drawing should show a sketch (with arrows) and verbal labels for all 10 features requested on the form. Do NOT enumerate features (do not label them as numbers). You may use colors but color coding will not be counted as labels.
The gyres should be correctly located, show correct direction of motion with arrows and have ‘W’ and ‘C’ labels on east and west sides showing cold and warm currents.
Your work must be original.

For project 4, please provide short answers for the following: Summarize the fac

For project 4, please provide short answers for the following:
Summarize the factors that influence the nature of metamorphic rocks
Describe the mechanisms for the formation of foliation in metamorphic rocks
Classify metamorphic rocks on the basis of their texture and mineral content,
Describe the various settings in which metamorphic rocks are formed and explain the links between plate tectonics and metamorphism
Summarize the important processes of regional metamorphism
Summarize the important processes of contact metamorphism and metasomatism
Explain the difference between relative and absolute age-dating techniques
Summarize the history of the geological time scale and the relationships between eons, eras, periods, and epochs
Describe the types of unconformities
Describe some applications and limitations of isotopic techniques for geological dating

On Responses Need to Focus on: Please discuss the different services each CDN pr

On Responses Need to Focus on:
Please discuss the different services each CDN provider offers to its subscribers. Other Providers (For Example Microsoft Azure, Akamai, Google Cloud, Amazon Cloud front, Cloudflare, Edge Cast)
Do any of the CDN providers have industry-specific services?
Be specific with your comments and provide credible support for your opinions.
Instructions:
Need 8 Responses to other student initial posts (Use uploaded Document to see Other Students Initial Posts).
Need minimum 250 words for each response.
Need 2 APA References for each response (Use 2015 and above resources)
No Plagiarism please

Purpose: Learning facts and events doesn’t make us understand a topic. It’s best

Purpose: Learning facts and events doesn’t make us understand a topic. It’s best when we can use the information or even witness others creating new knowledge for the field. This is your goal for the assignment. Witness a small piece of modern real-time ocean exploration and assess how it connects to the material you have been exposed to in this introductory class.
Activity: Watch a few hours of live ocean exploration with the scientists and ROVs of NautilusLive between Nov 15 and Dec 6 (Links to an external site.) .   Pay attention to the dive announcements. Dives are impacted by weather, rough seas, or equipment malfunction. Updates are listed at the top of http://www.nautiluslive.org/ (Links to an external site.) . You can also check tweets https://twitter.com/EVNautilus (Links to an external site.) (you don’t need a Twitter account to access this page)
During the dive you will hear many voices. You can look below the video box on http://www.nautiluslive.org/ (Links to an external site.) to see who is currently on duty and their role during the excursion. There is usually a science lead, some data loggers, communications fellow, and additional scientists. You will hear voices of the ROV crew (pilots) and the video crew. Also, scientists from all over the world call-in during the expedition to share knowledge and comment on what is happening. It’s an amazing instance of scientific collaboration! Listen to their descriptions, listen to their curiosity, listen to their discussion of significance, listen to the coordination and negotiating they have when there are “roadblocks” in the process. Science doesn’t work when you fight with each other or step on each other’s feet.
Task:  You can watch from any internet enabled device as long as you know how to take screenshots from it. Take note of the date & time you watched the dive, the location of the dive, the starting depth (or at least the depth of the time you were watching). What does the science team describe as the goal or purpose of that dive?
Take a few screenshots of whatever fascinates you during the dive. You should have minimum 2 “geologic” image and 2 “biologic” images that you want to discuss. Take more than a few screenshots to then choose from for your assignment. Write down some notes about the critter/rock/scene/ object in the view. Depth (you can find that below the video on the nautiluslive.org website). Apply concepts from any of our Oceanography chapters and any marine biology knowledge you have.  Is the animal/rock/landscape expected or unexpected by the scientists? Do they sound surprised/excited? What is the significance or meaning of the critter/rock/scene/object? Be sure to note what marine province they are in (seamount? continental shelf? submarine canyon? etc)
What to submit: Your submission should include minimum 4 images and accompanying descriptive paragraphs that include the information indicated above including dive location, date, time you watched, depth, what is picture of? Why is it significant/interesting? How does this relate to something you have learned in class?
For this Extra Credit assignment, please put your photos and type your descriptions into a document file and upload the file. (.doc, .docx, .pdf)