Any water in a sea or lake that is neither close to the bottom nor near the shore
can be said to be in the pelagic zone. The word "pelagic" is derived from Greek
In fact, more than 90% of the inhabitable space on earth is in the open ocean. In
order to ... Generally speaking, this zone reaches from the sea surface down to ...
Open sea definition, the main body of a sea or ocean, especially the part that is
outside territorial waters and not enclosed, or partially enclosed, by land.
The pelagic oceanic zone is the area of open water lying over and beyond the
continental shelf, while excluding nearshore and estuary areas. Organisms ...
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In the open sea beyond the continental shelf, five life zones can be recognized. In
the euphotic or epipelagic zone (the first 500 feet below the sea surface) ...
A. Coastal Zone: that region in which tides expose the sea bottom for some part ...
coastal zone's low-tide mark, this contains the vast open waters of the ocean.
Out to sea and on the go—life's in constant motion in the open ocean. Welcome
to the Aquarium's largest exhibit, a place where tuna and sharks speed past, ...
Jun 1, 2010 ... The open ocean, called the pelagic zone, is the largest area of the marine
ecosystem. It reaches from coasts to the middle of the ocean.
It might look uniform from the air, but the open ocean is extremely varied. ... zone,
it includes all the world's oceans except for coastal waters and the sea floor.