Ocean zone test Please choose the correct answer for the following questions. 1. Which ocean zone has the MOST photosynthesis? a. Sunlight Zone b. Epipelagic Zone c. Twilight Zone d. Hadalpelagic zone 2. Which ocean zone has the LEAST light? a. Sunlight Zone b. Hadalpelagic Zone c. Epipelagic Zone d. Twilight Zone 3. Which ocean zone has the MOST sea-life? a. Sunlight Zone b. Hadalpelagic zone c. Twilight Zone d. Midnight Zone 4. Which ocean zone is closer to the surface? a. Bathypelagic b. Epipelagic c. Hadalpelagic d. Abyssalpelagic 5. Which ocean zone has the MOST salt? a. Epipelagic b. Hadalpelagic c. Twilight Zone d. Abyssalpelagic 6. Which ocean zone has the LEAST salt? a. Epipelagic b. Hadalpelagic c. Abyssalpelagic d. Surface Zone 7. Which ocean zone is the coldest? a. Epipelagic b. Hadalpelagic c. Abyssalpelagic d. Surface Zone 8. What’s it called when sea organisms can make their own light? a. Bioevanescence b. Bioluminescence c. Photolumichromatophorescence d. Biophotolescence More On Back 9. What is the main way you distinguish between zones of the ocean. a. The amount of food b. The amount of light c. Amount of seaweed d. The color of the ocean 10. Cohesion is a. Water sticking to water b. Water sticking to something else c. The film or layer that water sticking to water creates d. The hard surface water makes on something 11. Twilight zone is another word for a. Transition zone b. Midnight zone c. Epipelagic d. hadalpelagic 12. Why is there surface tension a. Water sticking to water b. Water sticking to something else c. The film or layer that water sticking to water creates d. The hard surface water makes on something 13. Where would you find a hydrothermal vent? a. Epipelagic zone b. Mesopelagic c. Hadalpelagic d. Idkapelagic 14. Which of the following is an animal you would expect to find in the transition/twilight zone? a. Anemone b. Giant squid c. Nemo d. Sea otter 15. Which of the following is an example of adhesion. a. Having to read your graduated cylinder from the meniscus b. Why belly flops hurt c. Water strider d. Yolo 16. This is a relatively small metal ball that allows one explorer to go deep into the ocean a. Bathyscaphe b. Bathysphere c. ROV d. AUV 17. Ice floats because it is _________ than water a. More dense b. Less dense c. Made of a different molecule d. More Soluble 18. When ice crystallizes it _______ a. Spreads out into a formation b. Flosses c. Lines up in one straight line d. Gets more dense into a tight ball 19. The surface zone on average is about _____ degrees Fahrenheit a. 60 b. 65 c. 39 d. 36 True and False Please choose A for True and B for False 20. _____Cohesion is why you need to read your graduated cylinder from the meniscus 21. _____Salinity is the measure of carbon dioxide 22. _____Locations near the water will have more extreme temperatures 23. _____Ice is less dense than water because some atoms evaporate as it freezes 24. _____ There is living seaweed in the midnight zone 25. _____ Hadalpelagic zone is the deepest zone 26. _____ Epipelagic zone is the most shallow zone 27. _____ The most animals are in the midnight zone 28. _____ Most organisms are found in the abyssal zone 29. _____ Anglerfish are usually found in the surface zone 30. _____ James Cameron was the first explorer to find the Titanic Extra Credit: +5 points 1. On the back of your zipgrade draw a cat in a scuba suit swimming around. I want detail right meow.