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anonymous
 one year ago
At any given time, about 5% of the ocean surface experiences upwelling. If there are 2x10^4 copepods m^−3 in upwelling areas, and 1.2x10^−2 copepods L^−1 in other areas, and a copepod weighs 60 milligrams, calculate the total mass (kg) of the copepod biosphere. Assume they all live in the upper 100 meters.
anonymous
 one year ago
At any given time, about 5% of the ocean surface experiences upwelling. If there are 2x10^4 copepods m^−3 in upwelling areas, and 1.2x10^−2 copepods L^−1 in other areas, and a copepod weighs 60 milligrams, calculate the total mass (kg) of the copepod biosphere. Assume they all live in the upper 100 meters.

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