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D Answer the questions about the timeline on pages 130-131 . Use the names and dates below in bold to help you find the answers . 1 . How did Sir Charles Thomson and his team collect information about the ocean ? Complete the sentence . They used … . 2 . What could scientists see while they were sitting in the bathysphere ? a . the sky b . underwater sea life c . their ship d . the Titanic 3 . Which facts about Sylvia Earle and her team are true ? Which facts are false ? Correct the false sentences . a . Sylvia Earle’s team had both men and women . b . They lived underwater for 14 days . c . They studied life on land . d . They studied how people could live underwater . 4 . How did scientists reach the Titanic in 1985 ? Complete the sentence . Scientists traveled … . 5 . How is the 2000-2010 project different from past studies of the oceans ? Choose the TWO correct answers . Compare and Contrast a . The scientists come from all over the world . b . The scientists collect information . c . The scientists use submarines . d . The scientists study the weather . e . The scientists live underwater . REMEMBER ! How are the projects the same ? How are the projects different ? 6 . Name TWO ways in which creatures that live in the Mariana Trench are special . 7 . The ROV is an example of … that scientists use today . a . information b . a new technology c . a net d . a sea map 8 . What can scientists do with the help of ROVs ? WHAT ABOUT YOU ? After reading the timeline , who or what do you think has helped most to explore our oceans ? Explain why . The exploration of the seas and oceans is important . What have scientists discovered in the seas in and around Israel ?

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