Thursday, March 15, 2012

Tracking Bioaccumulation in Whales---Presentation Topic

 Waste and runoff continuously contaminate the oceans waters.  These contaminates are consumed by small organisms and then secondarily by larger organisms.  This is the process of bio-accumulation.  Bio-accumulation of contaminates are found in whales.  My presentation will discuss how the bio-accumulation of the contaminates found in whale samples can be traced back to the point source.  This tracking will be done so by looking further into migratory routes, food sources, and ocean currents.
    

 Sources:
1.  http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/29/science/29chaos.html?_r=3&hpw
2.  http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1156&context=usdeptcommercepubhttp:
3.  http://proxy.ashland.edu:2077/ejc/pdf.cgi/Hoekstra_P.F.pdf?issn=00139351&issue=v98i0003&  article=329_copocihefasd
4. http://proxy.ashland.edu:2077/ejc/pdf.cgi/Hobbs_K.E.pdf?issn=02697491&issue=v114i0002&article=243_tabcopwfeci1
5. http://proxy.ashland.edu:2058/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=0b8bbd03-d9db-4c5c-843d-2767f9449499%40sessionmgr4&vid=19&hid=108
6. http://proxy.ashland.edu:2077/ejc/pdf.cgi/McHugh_Brendan.pdf?issn=0025326x&issue=v54i0011&article=1724_baepooofbaiw

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