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Peter J. Russell + 2 others
ISBN: 9781305389892
Textbook Problem

Which marine regions receive abundant energy input from sunlight?

Summary Introduction

To review:

The marine areas that receive energy input mainly from sunlight.

Introduction:

On the basis of the presence of water and land, distance from the shore, and depth of the layers, the ocean is divided into several layers. The organisms further, in the marine enviroenment are distributed acfording to the penetration level of the sunlight. The upper layer receives sufficient amount of sunlight.

Explanation

The marine areas include seas, oceans, and estuaries. The oceans are further divided into pelagic, intertidal, photic, aphotic, neritic, and benthic zones. The estuaries are the intermediates of freshwater and saline water, which are formed at the river mouth where the fresh water meets the sea or oceans. They receive direct sunlight that serves as a source of direct energy for the organisms...

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