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Oc 103 - Exploring The Deep: Geography Of The World's Oceans

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OC103 Lesson 16 Midterm Exam Study Guide The Midterm Exam The Midterm exam is proctored Be sure to make arrangements for a proctor well in advance It may be taken anytime between 7AM on Saturday and 7PM on Thursday on the dates given in the syllabus It has a 60 minute time limit It will be under its own module just below the Week 5 module in Canvas Expect about 40 questions multiple choice true false and short answer You may NOT use notes internet Lessons Labs calculator or book nor get help from someone else How To Study Study Lessons and Labs from Weeks 1 to 5 There won t be any calculations on the Midterm like there are on the Labs but some of the concepts may be there Use the book to supplement what you do not understand If you can handle the concepts and questions on the following slides you will be in good shape for the Midterm Not everything that follows will be included on the Midterm but pretty much everything on the Midterm is included below with the exception of materials from the Labs which you should look over separately 1 Intro What percentage of Earth s surface is covered by ocean Where is the deepest spot in the ocean and how deep is it What is oceanography 2 Oceanography as a Science What is dead reckoning Why was the invention of a clock that kept accurate time at sea important for navigation Why was the accurate navigation allowed by the new clock so important for early oceanography What is the Gulf Stream and why was it important that sailing captains knew its location Who was Captain James Cook and what were the primary purposes of his explorations including charting the Oregon coast Who was the naturalist on the 1831 36 Beagle expedition that studied the geology and biology of South America and the South Pacific Who was Matthew Maury What expedition marked the beginning of modern oceanography What is SONAR or echo sounding What is multibeam or swath mapping Review 3 Ocean Exploration What percentage of the ocean floor has been explored What is



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