The Ocean By:Ben bernard

Though some people think that seawater can do no harm because its water they are wrong seawater is probably one of the worst things you can put inside your body. Your kidneys are the function of your urination and it can properly produce urine if i is normal water. If sea water or salt water is put into the body you can over urinate until there is no water left in your body and you will eventually die of dehydration.
The ocean is one of the most important factors of living on planet earth. The oceans cover around 72 percent of the earth. The oceans produce mass amounts of oxygen to the world around it and as we know we need lots of it to keep all of us alive. Here is the citation: "Protect Planet Oceans About Marine Conservation." Why Are Oceans Important? Protect Planet Ocean, 2010. Web. 23 Jan. 2017
Oceans are one of the biggest objects on planet earth that get sunlight put on them regularly every day. The oceans are one of the biggest heat absorbers and storage centers for the suns heat. Also while it is holding in all of that energy of heat from the sun it is also distributing heat around its atmosphere. Here is my citation:ow Does the Ocean Affect Climate and Weather on Land?" NOAA Ocean Explorer Podcast RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan. 2017.
Ocean zones: Sunlit zone-This zone contains and absorbs the most sunlight out of all of the other ocean zones. The common animals here and sharks and sea turtles. Twilight zone-Only dim light gets through to this zone. No plants are growing here in this region. Midnight zone- This area of the sea does not get any sunlight. Many sorts of fish are known to live here. Abyss-Often called the deep sea this part of the ocean can stretch to 19,685 feet below the surface of the ocean. Hadal Zone- This zone is mostly made of trenches and canyons. the temperature is barely above freezing. But some marine life still live here including some sea cucumber. Resource: Ocean Zones handout
In the ocean the temperatures vary as your depth down increases. At the very top it is around 25 celcius. As you go down by a thousand feet it decreases by about four degrees. The pressure of the ocean is always increasing, As you move down the pressure goes up about 15 pounds on top of you. If your ears continue to get pressure on them that tells you that you have increasing pounds of pressure on top of your head. Here is my citation: "Temperature of Ocean Water." Temperature of Ocean Water - Windows to the Universe. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan. 2017.
"Ocean Resources." Ocean Resources - MarineBio.org. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan. 2017 Many resouces come from the oceans such as salt, sand , and gravel which are used to our benefit in everyday life.

That is my presentation On the oceans!

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