Now You See Me, Now You Don’t
NOAA Ocean Explorer
Ocean Literacy Principles:OLP#5: The ocean supports a great diversity of life and ecosystems.
OLP#7: The ocean is largely unexplored.
Students will be able to explain light in terms of electromagnetic waves and explain the relationship between color and wavelength; compare and contrast color related to wavelength with color perceived by biological vision systems; explain how color and light may be important to deep-sea organisms, even under conditions of near-total darkness; and predict the perceived color of objects when illuminated by light of certain wavelengths.
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