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 Intertidal Effect on Diversity of Species Student’s Name Date Institutional Affiliation INTERTIDAL EFFECT ON DIVERSITY OF SPECIES Abstract The purpose of this paper was to determine the tides effects on diversity of species following their multiple occurrence and disturbance on water causing currents and waves that change water concentration levels in terms of nutrients for organisms in this 6 zone habitat under study. Species diversity in a given area is dependent on adaptability of organisms in that given habitat. Tides affect distribution of essential resources that directly affect metabolic activity of organisms determining their survival in the habitat. This is because of causing movement in the water affecting aeration levels concentration of minerals pH levels and water density among other factors. However other factors affect the organisms directly influencing the type and number of organisms at a given habitat. Six different zones were identified transects and quadrats were used research spearman's rank correlation coefficient and p-value evaluation's conclusion that tides had no effect on distribution of organisms was correct. REFERENCES Hub S. (2014). Adaptations of marine organisms. Science Learning Hub. Retrieved 6 November 2017 from www.sciencelearn.org.nz organisms Spearman's Rank-Order Correlation - A guide to how to calculate it and interpret the output.. (2013). Statistics.laerd.com. Retrieved 6 November 2017 from statistics.laerd.com guide-2.php Professional Development - Tides and Currents: NOAA's National Ocean Service Education. (2017). Oceanservice.noaa.gov. Retrieved 6 November 2017 from oceanservice.noaa.gov .html BBC Bitesize - GCSE Biology - Ecosystems and habitats. (2017). Bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 6 November 2017 from www.bbc.co.uk Hypothesis Testing (P-value approach). (2017). Retrieved 6 November 2017 from onlinecourses.science.psu.edu Ecology of Coastal waters- A system approach. Blackwell Oxford. 322. Mann KH (1982) Luning K 1980. Control of algal life history by daylength and temperature. In : Price JH Irvine DEG and Farham WF (eds) The Shore Environment Vol.2: Ecosystems. Academic Press London. Pp915-945. [...]

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need to follow instructions in ppt And in word file data for results in excel file how to make graph from this data is in ppt report tutorial file i need 6 graphs for each zone from same data in results paper need 6 pages excluding graphs and figures

Subject Area: Environmental Sciences

Document Type: Research Paper

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Price $55

Words 1650

Pages 6

Completed in 18 days

Expert Marycee W

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11.20.2017

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