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one of the biggest industry in australia thanks to the reef tourism
an important non renewable energy industry in australia coal
the reef is an........ place attractive
today the reef is in.... danger
the animals in the reef are in danger beacause of... humans
a solution for the reef rangerbot
the reef.... more than 500 species homes
an activity to enjoy with fishes and more scubadiving
an activity to fly over this heavenly place seaplane
an dangerous animal for corals crownfish
the coral reaction because of global warming bleaching
a human wastre that kills turtles and more plastic
something that is used in agriculture that pollute pesticides

Agriscience Crossword

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Crossword
Description

All jobs relating in some way to plants, animals, and renewable natural resources Agriscience
Activities concerned with the production of plants and animals, and the related supplies, services, mechanics, products, processing, and marketing Agriculture
Commercial firms that have developed with or stem out of agriculture Agribusiness
Application of science to an industrial or commercial objective Technology
Raising of finfish, shellfish, and other aquatic animals under controlled conditions. Aquaculture
Application of enginerring principles in agricultural settings. AgEngineering
Use of modern principles and practices in animal growth and management. AnimalScienceTech
Use of modern principles in growing and managing crops CropScience
The study of the properties and management of soil to grow plants. SoilScience
Use of cells or components of cells to produce products or processes. Biotechnology
Abreviation for pest control program based on multiple-control practices. IPM
Food that has been grown wthout the use of certain chemical pesticides. OrganicFood
All aspects of water conservation and management. WaterResources
Space and mass around us. Environment
The turfgrass plant and soil immediately below it. Turf
Basic science of the plant and the animal kingdoms. Biology
Science dealing with the characteristics of elements or simple substances. Chemistry
Chemistry as it applies to living matter. Biochemistry
Science of insect life. Entomology
Science of soils and field crops. Agronomy
The science of producing, processing, and marketing fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants. Horticulture
Plants used for their appearance. Ornamentals
Animal growth, care, and management. AnimalSciences
Management of agricultural resources, including farms and agribusinesses. AgEconomics
Teaching and program management in agriculture AgEducation
Type of resources provided by nature that can replace themselves. Renewable

Great Barrier Reef Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What country is the reef located near? Australia
What is happening to the reef? Bleaching
What does the reef mostly consist of? Coral
Over 1,500 _______ found in the reef. Species
The reef can be seen from ______. Outer space
What is affecting the coral in the reef? Climate change
Warmer temperatures put _______ on the coral. Stress
One of _____ reefs in the world. Largest
The largest income for the reef is based on ______. Tourism
Corals produce this on the outside of their bodies. Algae
The Great Barrier reef life is interconnected and all organisms are _____ to each other. Vital
The process in which the reef is becoming toxic because of CO2 Ocean acidification
Another name for the Great barrier reef. Ecosystem
The reef is considered this because of tourist. National park
The Great Barrier reef is becoming more and more __________. Threatened
Corals are considered living because of the ___ inside the coral. Polyps

AUSTRALIA Crossword

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Description

The only country that spans an entire continent. Australia
The plant that koalas like to eat, eucalyptus
Like humans, koalas have fingerprints
A group of ____________ is called a mob, court or troop. kangaroos
A baby kangaroo is called a joey
The ____________ more compact legs are built for agility in forested areas, whereas the kangaroos legs are built for speed. wallabys
These animals are sometimes called spiny anteaters, and with their unique muscle under their skin, they can move individual spines. echidna
They live in burrows and can run very fast, up to 25 miles per hour. wombat
Egg-laying mammals. Monotremes
Pouched mammals, young are born at an immature stage and grow inside the mother's pouch. Marsupials
Common mammals. Young are born at an advanced stage of development. Placentals
An animal that when it gets upset or excited, it will stamp its feet and show teeth, and their ears will turn red and they let out screams. Tasmanian Devil
The first people to live in Australia. Aborigines
"ankle biter" small child
Aboriginal wind instrument Didgeridoo
Second largest bird in the world Emu
Bird featured in a famous Australian song Kookaburra
A bird that has tail feathers that look like a musical instrument. Lyrebird
Australian term for barbecue Barbie
Most female ___________________ have a pouch for carrying babies. Marsupials
Koalas, Tasmanian devils and wombats have pouches that open toward the ______. Rear
A huge red rock which rises out of the Australian desert. It is the largest rock in the world and it is sacred to the native people living in the area. It has two names. One is Ayers Rock and the other name is _________ Uluru
The largest coral reef system in the world. Great Barrier Reef

Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This is a renewable resource that is provided every day by a major part of our solar system. Solar energy
This is a nonrenewable resource that is made up of another energy source. Nuclear Energy
This is a nonrenewable resource that is in the periodic table and makes up another energy resource. Uranium
A nonrenewable resource that takes a very long time to form from decomposing organic matter. Coal
A renewable resource that is created from the burning of sugarcane and/or wood. Biomass
A nonrenewable resource that was formed from tiny sea animals and plants millions of years ago. Propane
A renewable resource that is made from rotting plant material. Methane
A nonrenewable resource that is made from heat in the Earth. Geothermal
This is a renewable resource that is made from the differences in air pressure. Wind
A fossil fuel that is nonrenewable and is formed for over millions of years. Natural Gas

The Agricultural Revolution Crossword

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Crossword
Description

One of the main drawbacks in agriculture before the revolution was Crop rotation
Farmers did not have fertiliser
one field in three left empty meant it was fallow
leaving fields empty allowed soil to regain nutrients
the agricultural reformist that invented the four crop rotation system Charles townshend
the four-crop rotation system allowed this nutrient to be replaced in the soil nitrogen
The four-crop rotation system is also known as the norfolk system
up to the 1730's cattle were often slaughtered in the winter because of lack of food, also known as fodder
with more food available, the number of farm animals increased
surrounding the fields fences and hedges prevented the spread of disease
More animals grazing the land meant more ' ' fertilized the soil droppings
better fertilized soil meant an increase in cropyield
This invention allowed seeds to be sewn in straight lines with no waste seed drill
In 1834, Cyrus McCormick invented a mechanical reaper
new machinery still had to be pulled by horse
an increase in the size of animals meant this food source was more readily available meat
the changes that took place meant that fewer workers were needed to work in agriculture
those displaced by less labor available moved to industrial towns
Greater amounts of ' ' in Britain led to an increase in population freshfood
The process by which the largest animals on a farm were mated to produce offspring selective breeding
surrounding fields with fences meant the fields were now enclosed

Racing Extinction Crossword

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Crossword
Description

all the extinctions have included a massive increase in ___ carbondioxide
name of current extinction event anthropocene
produces oxygen in our oceans plankton
too much carbon in the atmosphere is ____ the oceans (pH) acidifying
when CO2 reacts with water it creates _____ acid carbonic
we may lose ___% of all animal species in the current extinction fifty
what greenhouse gas is stored under frozen lakes in the Arctic methane
producing meats creates more emissions that all types of ____ combined transportation
regular change in climate over time is called "natural ___" variability
person that studies ancient climates paleoclimatologist
can tell us about ancient ocean temps and current patterns coralreefcores
information we use to learn about ancient climates that does not include actual data proxy
commercial buildings cause ___% of emissions in cities eighty
we are currently in the ___ (#) mass extinction sixth
1 person creates ___.___ pounds of trash a day fourthree
trash in landfills creates which greenhouse gas methane
we have already lost ___% of the worlds coral reefs nineteen
industry that replaced killing mantas in lamakera ecotourism
animal agriculture produces ___.5% of emissions fourteen
foods without pesticides, fertilzers, or antibiotics are certified as ___ organic
____ in the atmosphere prevents UV rays from hitting the earth ozone
the most abundant greenhouse gas is __ watervapor
ice cores can tell us about climate up to ____,000 years ago sevenhundredfifty
the law that protects species CITES
US carbon emissions ___ by 7% from 1990 - 2013 decreased

The Great Barrier Reef Word Search

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Word Search
Description

australia
beautiful
brain coral
coral reef
dolphin
fish
greatbarrierreef
heart reef
huge
humpback whales
plants
space
travel
wave

Marine Ecosystem Crossword

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Crossword
Description

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

Coral Reef Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What is an abioic factor in this biome? tempurature
What is the perciptation amount? None
Endangered species Blue coral
Plant adaptations for a coral reef large cells
Animal adaptations flat and maneuverable
Where is a location of a coral reef? Florida
What is a biotic factor? Jellyfish
What is a threat to the coral reef? overfishing
What plant live in the coral reef? zooxanthellae
What are some human effects? coralmining and pollution

Natural Resources Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

Any material made naturally that is used by humans or living things. Natural Resources
A natural resource that can be used and replaced over a relatively short time. Renewable Resource
A natural resource that cannot be replaced or that can be replaced only over thousands or millions of years. Nonrenewable resource
Energy as solar, wind, or nuclear energy that can replace traditional fossil fuel sources, such as coal, oil, and natural gas. Alternative energy
Renewable energy derived from burning organic materials such as wood and alcohol. Biomass energy
Conservation method in which old materials are processed to make new ones. Recycling
Nonrenewable energy resource, such as oil and coal, formed over millions of years from the remains of dead plants and other organisms. Fossil Fuel
Inexhaustible energy resource that used hot magma or hot, dry rocks from below Earth's surface to generate electricity. Geothermal energy
Electricity produced by water-power using large dams in a river. Hydroelectric energy
Alternative energy source that is based on atomic fission. Nuclear energy
Energy from the Sun that is clean, inexhaustible, and can be transformed into electricity by solar cells. Solar energy
Careful use of resources to reduce damage to the environment though such methods as composting and recycling materials. Conservation
A resource that remains in constant supply and will not run out. Inexhaustible source
Fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is often found in tilted or folded rock layers and is used for cooking and heating. Natural gas