Circulation of nutrients in the coastal zone, Biology

Circulation of nutrients in the coastal zone

Circulation of nutrients from the sea bottom to the upper surface, occurs in the coastal regions by two processes


Where the winds cause the surface waters to be blown offshore, which are replaced then by the cold nutrients rich waters from the deep.


Where the sea is enriched by nutrient rich estuarine waters entering it.

Posted Date: 1/19/2013 5:57:29 AM | Location : United States

Related Discussions:- Circulation of nutrients in the coastal zone, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Circulation of nutrients in the coastal zone, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Circulation of nutrients in the coastal zone Discussions

Write discussion on Circulation of nutrients in the coastal zone
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
When ATP gives energy to the cellular metabolism it loses one of its phosphates and ADP reappears. ADP can also lose more phosphates and produce AMP (adenosine monophosphate) o

Calvin cycle electron transport chain glycolysis Kreb's cycle photosystem II.

Q How is the large size of some cephalopods related to the kind of circulatory system they present? In cephalopods the circulatory system is closed and this provides more press

Microbodies Peroxisomes and glyoxysomes are microbodies formed from ER which superficially resemble the lysosomes. Peroxisomes are spherical bodies limited by a single membrane

Physical Concepts of Plant Water Relation - Diffusion Diffusion is a spontaneous process that leads to net movement of a substance from a region of higher concentration to a r

Q. What is Community and Workplace Interventions? Community Based Interventions Involves health education regarding benefits of physical activities, dietary changes, includi

1. Transcriptional analyses of eukaryotic cells reveal widespread production of RNA. Using specific examples describe how: a) microRNAs are able to influence gene expression.

Briefly explain Lichens organism? Lichens are unique organisms consisting of a symbiotic relationship between a fungus and a photosynthetic organism. They represent a type of s

Phylum Sporozoa 1) Thcy do not liavc any external locomotory dcvice and move by wriggling. 2) Reproduction by producing numerous spores. 3) All are parasites of animals,

CRP is a marker of systemic inflammation. As the role of inflammation in the initiation and progression of atherosclerosis becomes better understood, CRP has gained prominence as a