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The oceans have always been important to humans. These oceans have yielded harvests of food as well as a means of transportation. Oceans, however, are not the only places on Earth where water is found. In this unit you will explore the relationship of water to life on Earth. You will also have the opportunity to see how ocean levels have changed over time and what effect that can have on living things.
 
Storing Water The Living Oceans
Let the Cycle Begin Life In the Ocean
Water Can Be Dirty! Ocean Energy Flow
Keeping Water Safe To Drink Changing Ocean Water Levels
How Do You Fix A Drought? Sea Levels Affecting Mankind?
   
 
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