Oysters Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

commercial fishing
brackish water
chesapeake bay
oyster reefs
clear water
salt water
nutrients
shellfish
mullusk
farming
oysters
filter
pearls

The Beach Word Search

The Beach Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

sail salt water
surf surfboard
hermit crab
sandcastle
sunglasses
underwater
volleyball
beachball
boardwalk
ice cream
jellyfish
lifeguard
longboard
palm tree
sunscreen
currents
popsicle
seashell
seashore
starfish
sunbathe
fishing
holiday
mussels
pelican
sandals
sandbar
seagull
snorkel
sunburn
weekend
bikini
island
lagoon
snacks
beach
coast
coral
ocean
relax
scuba
shark
shell
shore
towel
water
waves
wharf
yacht
boat
cove
crab
dive
dock
fish
gull
kelp
lake
pier
reef
sand
ship
swim
trip
bay
hat
sea
sun
tan
wet

Aquaculture Word Search

Aquaculture Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

marine ecosystem
chesapeake bay
rainbow trout
freshwater
aquaculture
crayfish
wetlands
seafood
catfish
oysters
salmon
ponds
water
ocean
bait

Watersheds and the Chesapeake Bay Word Search

Watersheds and the Chesapeake Bay Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

GPS coordinates
River System
Local Water
Flood Plain
Salt Marsh
Downstream
Ridge line
Tributary
Fall Line
Watershed
Salinity
Brackish
Upstream
Pathway
Wetland
Estuary
Divide
Runoff
Basin

Farming Word Search

Farming Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Precision Farming
Green Revolution
Subsistence Farm
Fertile Crescent
Commercial Farm
Sheep Husbandry
Poultry Farming
Crop Rotation
Agribusiness
Sericulture
Pig Farming
Agriculture
Soil System
Pesticides
Production
Meat Farms
Fish Farms
Harvesting
Integrated
Aquaculure
Livestock
Alligator
Orchadry
Contract
Planting
Organic
Compost
Farmers
Farming
Fields
Dairy
Crops
Seeds
Food
USDA
GMO

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Word Search

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

sciencefiction
shipwrecked
electrocute
underwater
gunpowder
prisoners
cannibals
explosion
submarine
professor
fighting
stealing
treasure
pacific
rowboat
seafood
fiction
secrets
monster
seaweed
aronnax
captain
slaves
attack
oxygen
pearls
escape
shells
island
guitar
turtle
sharks
organ
water
coral
ocean
south
verne
jules
squid
salt
cave
reef
gold
mask
sand
seal
ship
nemo
ned

Coral Reef Word Search

Coral Reef Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

loggerhead turtle
butterfly fish
spiny lobster
marine debris
brain coral
clown fish
parrotfish
sea horse
star fish
salt dome
moray eel
manta ray
jellyfish
barracuda
octopus
current
urchin
sponge
shrimp
waves
shark
scuba
polyp
conch
Algae
reef
crab
boat

Watershed Crossword

Watershed Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

A body of water that is mostly surrounded by land
A species of plants or animals that is at serious risk of extinction
The amount of salt in the water
When it rains and water doesn't have a place to go it creates its own path
A area of land that drains into a common body of water
When land gradually gets destroyed by natural forces (water,wind,ice)
A salt or compound that has phosphorus in it and is usually in products like fertilizers
A drain where all the water goes when it rains
To keep something in its original state
A surface that does not collect water
Species that aren't from here
Species that are from here
A environment that has all the things a particular plant or animal needs to survive
A natural environment that has the ability to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
The water is slightly salty (mixture of river water and seawater)
A area that keeps 2 things separated
A river or stream flowing into a larger river or lake

Aquatic Ecosystems Crossword Puzzle

Aquatic Ecosystems Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

What measures the amount of salts dissolved in water?
Which aquatic layer has enough sunlight for photosynthesis?
Which aquatic layer is below the the photic zone?
Which aquatic layer is located at the very bottom of a body of water?
What is the shallow, near-shore part of the photic zone called?
What part of the photic zone is home to a rich amount of invertebrates?
What are the areas of land that are flooded with water for part of the year called?
What are the areas that are located near a river and are periodically flooded called?
What forms when freshwater from land drainage meets water from an ocean or inland sea?
What is the vertical flow of cold, nutrient rich water towards the surface of a body of water?
What transports warm water rich in dissolved gases from the surface of the ocean to the depths of the ocean?
What are aquatic ecosystems with a salinity of 0.5 to 30 ppt called?
What is an isolated, U-shaped body of water called?

Marine Ecosystem Crossword

Marine Ecosystem  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Known as nature soup, decomposed marsh grass
Plants that are adapted to grow, it is either floating on the surface or submerged in mud
very simple plants that live in water; the size ranks from microscopic plankton to meters-long kelp
poison produced by a living organism
Where freshwater and salt water meet (coastal area)
Under layer; something to hold on to or attach to
an animal that eats another animal for food
Interaction of all living things in an area
an alteration of adjustment by a species improves the relationship in the environment
special blades on the bottom of the kelp above the hold fast that produce spores
the top of the kelp forest where blades rest on the surface of the water
a animal that eats plants
Forms an symbiotic relationship with corals
a long coral reef near the shore (parallel to it)
an island consisting of a circular coral reef surrounding a bay
rise and fall of Earth's water on its coastline
total amount of dissolved salts in a water sample
algae and animals that float in water which are carried by waves and the currents
a large stream of (waves) moving water the flows through the oceans
rotate between submergence and non submergence because of the tidal waves
organisms belonging to the animal kingdom.

Ocean Resources Crossword

Ocean Resources  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

A process in which water is frozen and ice crystals are removed and then moved to obtain fresh water
A process of removing salt from ocean water
A process in which liquid water is heated then evaporates leaving dissolved salts behind, and condenses, resulting in pure, fresh water
Seafood is an important source of ___________, which can be harvested by fishing or through aquaculture.
Catfish, salmon, oysters, and shrimp are already being grown on ___________.
A collapse of a fish population can damage the ______________ and threaten the fishing industry.
When people _______________ the ocean over a long period of time, the fish populations can collapse.
In addition to beaches, what other area is in the greatest danger from increasing ocean-water pollution?
Decaying _____ _________ is not a source of ocean water pollution.
Hydrocarbon deposits, mineral deposits, and fresh water are examples of?
People have been using the ocean for ______________ for thousands of years. (Page 430)
The US and the UK have to obey ___ ___ __ ___ ___. (Page 430-431)
The farming of marine organisms, usually in estuaries, bays, or near shore environments or in specially designed structures using circulated seawater. (Page 428-429)
Whales are slaughtered for what in the Faeroe Islands? (Page 426-428)
What is the main resource the ocean demands?