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Marine snow is mostly biological debris that originates from the top layers of the ocean and drifts to the seafloor, providing a primary source of energy for animals in the deep ocean. As food is scarce in the dark depths of the ocean, material drifting down from the waters above is an important component in the ocean food web. Many animals in the deep ocean filter marine snow from the water or scavenge it from the seabed as their main source of food. Characterizing the quality and supply of this food helps us understand the distribution, biodiversity, and function of deep-ocean communities. In this video, marine snow falls around a beautiful red squid seen off the New England coast. For more facts about the deep ocean, check out our page to celebrate National Ocean Month: 🤍
Marine snow is the organic debris that floats slowly from the surface, down into the ocean's deepest depths. It looks tiny and unimportant, but without it we wouldn't have any life in the deep sea at all. #oceanx #marinebiology #marinesnow
If you've ever seen deep ocean footage, it's always been there, but you may not have even noticed. What is Marine Snow, and how is it endlessly falling? Insta: 🤍 Source Footage from EV Nautilus & NOAA: 🤍 🤍 Music by CO.AG: 🤍 What else lurks within the abyss?
What is Marine Snow? | Underwater Snow | Thoughtctrl Our planet is so diverse, you would not even recognize that you were on it if you were to be teleport at some the strangest places here. Summer, winter, autumn and spring We all experience these changes in seasons but did you know that it also snows inside the oceans. Yes, snowfall in the ocean is a real thing, not an imaginary construct. It's actually called marine snow. What is marine snow (underwater snow)? Marine snow is a shower of organic material (mostly biological debris) falling from upper waters to the deep ocean. Watch the video to find out how marine snow is formed, who discovered marine snow and how does marine snow help us. Please subscribe to our channel for more interesting videos. 🤍 Insights of the Video: The term ‘marine snow’ is used for all kinds of things within the ocean that start at the top or middle layers of water and slowly drift to the seafloor. This mostly includes waste, such as dead and decomposing animals, poop, silt and other organic items washed into the sea from land. Sounds filthy right? It may sound gross to us but the creatures living in the deep sea would not think so. It is the only source of nutrition for them as they live deep inside the sea. These snowflakes are not just a food source but also play a vital role in keeping the earth cool. When we go inside the sea till 660ft you can see the sunlight but as you go deeper it gets darker and darker till you hit the ocean floor and see snowflakes all around yourself. #marinesnow #underwatersnow #underwatersnowfall #howdoesmarinesnowoccur WATCH NEXT: Is Covid 19 the Best Pandemic ever? 🤍 How do Vaccines Work? 🤍 Why do we send Robots to Space: 🤍 Our Social Media presence: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #MarineSnow #UnderwaterSnowfall #thoughtctrl Tag us in your Instagram Posts and use the hashtag #thoughtctrl to all your Education/Informative posts. We would be excited to see them and Feature it on our Stories!! Let us know in the Comments Section Below what other videos you want to see!! HIT THE BELL ICON TO GET A NOTIFICATION WHENEVER WE POST A NEW VIDEO!! SUBSCRIBE to Our Channel and Lets make it to 50K Subscribers soon !! #WhatIsMarineSnow #MarineSnowDefinition #MarineSNowMeaning #WhatDoesMarineSnowMean #WhatIsTheMeaningOfMarineSnow
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It snows in the ocean all year round. Look closer, and you will realize that it is not really snow. Rather, a mixture of dead creatures and poop. It provides nutrition to the deep-sea creatures and is climate-friendly. Find out more in this video. #marinesnow
The Marine Carbon Cycle. NordVPN Cyber Month Deal! Go to 🤍 to get a 2-year plan plus 1 additional month with a huge discount. The marine carbon cycle consists of the biological pump, the carbonate pump and the physical pump. The biological processes of respiration, predation, death and decomposition, along with physical processes such as the thermohaline circulation, work together to remove carbon from the atmosphere and sequester it in the oceans. In this video we'll explore what makes the oceans a net carbon sink, and why the marine world is so important to the global carbon cycle. 00:00 - An Introduction to the Marine Carbon Cycle 01:52 - The Biological Pump - Diffusion of Carbon 02:36 - The Biological Pump - The Role of Phytoplankton 03:42 - The Biological Pump - Predation and the Food Web 04:52 - The Biological Pump - Diel Vertical Migration 06:30 - The Biological Pump - Marine Snow and the Deep Sea 08:14 - The Biological Pump - Whale-falls and Carrion 09:38 - The Carbonate Pump - The Formation of Limestone 10:25 - The Carbonate Pump - The White Cliffs of Dover 11:02 - The Carbonate Pump - The Role of Coral Skeletons 12:05 - The Carbonate Pump - The Shell-building Animals 13:13 - The Physical Pump - Upwelling and Downwelling 14:08 - The Physical Pump - Thermohaline Circulation 15:08 - Conclusion: The Importance of the Marine Carbon Cycle CHECK OUT OUR DEEP SEA WEBSITE: 🤍 I do not own any of the footage. I write the script, narrate, and edit what footage I can find, which is allowed due to YouTube's 'Fair Use' policy as these films are created for educational purposes. Footage used belongs to the incredible marine conservation societies of MBARI, WHOI, Schmidt Ocean and the Ocean Exploration Institute, along with various other YouTube sources. Music Used: Separated by the Storm by Gareth Coker Now Use the Light, We Want to See! by Gareth Coker Kwolok's Throne Room by Gareth Coker The Darkness Lifted by Gareth Coker Silent Woodlands by Gareth Coker #deepsea #wildlife #nature #documentary #ocean #marinebiology #science #biology Bibliography: 🤍 🤍 🤍
The particles of organic material known as marine snow are constantly streaming from the ocean's surface down to the deep sea. This mixture is made up of dead bodies, poop, and snot. The dead bodies are the remains of microscopic algae and animals that live in the shallow waters but sink into the depths after they die. The poop consists of fecal pellets from small, shrimp-like animals such as copepods or krill. Much of the snot is debris from gelatinous animals called larvaceans, which filter and consume marine snow using mucus nets. This video was captured in Monterey Bay at 100 meters (300 feet) deep. Follow MBARI’s exploration and discoveries: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Video editor: Kyra Schlining
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Marine Snow is a natural planktonic food for filter feeding marine invertebrates. This first of its kind planktoon diet reproduces the special bio-colloids found in natural seawater. Developed to meet the special needs of tropical coral reef and cold marine animals that feed on particulate and dissolved organic matter, phytoplankton and zooplankton. Ideal for soft and stone corals, anemones, tube worms, sponges, tunicates, clams, and other filter feeders. 16 oz. bottle of MarineSnow will feed a 55 gallon tank for a month.
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The opening to Leiji Matsumoto's The legend of Marine Snow (1980). I do not own this. It belongs to the creator and etc. And I scored it off of Nico Nico Douga here (🤍 The song is "Umi ni Kaeru" by "Aro" Please do not ask me to upload the movie. I do not have it. I want it. I want to see it but do not have it. So if anyone wants to upload I encourage you to do so X3
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Dr. Uta Passow describes research she and her colleagues Dr. Arne Dierks and Dr. Vernon Asper conduct on Marine Snow in the Gulf of Mexico. Oil released in 2010 from the Deepwater Horizon explosion floated upwards, and then some of this oil sank towards the seafloor as part of marine snow. Marine snow are the "dust bunnies" of the ocean. When marine snow sinks it transports microscopic algae and other particles from the sunlit surface ocean to the deep dark ocean, where animals rely on marine snow for food. Credits: Gary Finch Productions, 2014.
Marine snow are millimetre to centimetre sized aggregations of smaller particles, mainly phytoplankton and detritus. They occur ubiquitously in the ocean, at times in very high concentrations, and they are supposed to be the main vehicles for vertical material transport in the ocean. They are porous and fragile, and they easily disintegrate to primary particles when sampled by traditional means. They can be collected and visualised, e.g., in the Sea Core Sampler. Learn more on Professor Thomas Kiørboe's personal website, 🤍
As the name would suggest, marine snow resembles snowflakes suspended in the oceans' water column. Marine snow is the aggregations of a variety of suspended material consisting of calcareous algae, organic detritus, and mucus secreted by plankton, algae, bacteria and corals. Increased nutrient concentrations in coastal waters enhance algal growth, which indirectly increases the levels of marine snow (review by Wolanski et al. 2003). Increased carbon levels resulting from sewage runoff and mucus secretion* also directly influence marine snow. Until recently, the significance of marine snow and coral reef health has been neglected. The adhesive property of marine snow means that it readily attaches itself to suspended sediment (fine clay) from coastal runoff resulting in it becoming negatively buoyant. This muddy marine snow is detrimental and even lethal to coral reefs as it settles on the reef smothering it (Fabricius and Wolanski 2000). Rich in carbohydrates, marine snow is a source of energy available to microbes and therefore affecting microbial activity (Kline et al. 2005) including those associated with the coral tissues. The coral-associated bacterial populations dramatically increase with increased carbon availability, which has been seen to be lethal to the coral (Kline et al. 2005). The following footage shows marine snow in high levels in a severely impacted coral reef in Borneo, Malaysia. Credits Cinematography: Neilan Kuntz & Dr. Forest Rohwer Edited by: Neilan Kuntz Written by: Dr. Olga Pantos Location: Borneo, Malaysia (Sipadan) (2003) * See video on Mucus Production in Coral Reef Dynamics Fabricius K. E., E., Wolanski (2000) Rapid smothering of coral reefs organisms by muddy marine snow. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 20: 115-120. Kline, D.I., N.M., Kuntz , M., Breitbart, N., Knowlton, F., Rohwer (2005) The critical and unexpected role of carbon in coral mortality.â€ In press. Marine Ecological Progress Series Wolanski, E., R., Richmond, L., McCook, H., Sweatman (2003) Mud, marine snow and coral reefs. American Scientist 91: 44-51.
Marine snow may form by physical coagulation: Turbulence or other processes bring particles to collide. If the particles are "sticky", they may stick together upon collision, and eventually form large aggregates (animation by A. Visser). Learn more on Professor Thomas Kiørboe's personal website, 🤍
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マリンスノー (Marine Snow) from 蒼穹のファフナー RIGHT OF LEFT (soukyuu no Fafner; Fafner in the Azure) Composed by 斉藤恒芳 (Saitou Tsuneyoshi) Transcribed and arranged for piano and string orchestra by Sperion. Score in pdf and midi at 🤍 One of my favourite soundtracks/BGMs/instrumental pieces. My version barely does it justice, although I tried to stay close to the original (using a reduced set of instruments). The whole soundtrack for the Fafner series is wonderful. Very listenable on its own.
A porous sphere that leaks organic solutes is placed in an upward flow, creating a narrow chemical trail downstream (above the sphere). The particle is observed with two cameras from to directions (right angle), and only those zooplankters that are directly above the sphere in both views are in the chemical trail. Run the video and draw you own conclusion. Learn more on Professor Thomas Kiørboe's personal website, 🤍
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Marine snow may also form from discarded mucus feeding webs, e.g., the mucus houses that larvaceans produce. The video shows a feeding larvacean (Oikopleura sp.) and the illumination emphasises the mucus house with its outer and inner filters. The animal itself consists mainly of a small "head" and a long, beating tail, that produces the water current. Large particles are retained on the outer filter, whereas smaller particles are captured by the inner filter and eaten. Because the outer filter clogs eventually, houses are renewed every few hours. Learn more on Professor Thomas Kiørboe's personal website, 🤍
Marine snow is made up of particles of tiny algae, plants, feces, and pieces of dead animals. These particles get colonized by organisms and become the food web that is transported to the deep ocean. Based at the University of California Santa Barbara, biological oceanographer Uta Passow’s research focuses on how oil affects marine snow and how marine snow affects oil. NOTE: Science is continually evolving. To see the latest research updates on this topic, please visit the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI) web site at 🤍. Dispatches from the Gulf is a multimedia initiative featuring documentaries, short videos, and podcasts that examine science, innovation, community, and recovery in the Gulf of Mexico in the years after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Funding was provided by a generous grant from GoMRI — scientists investigating impacts of oil and dispersants on the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem. Dispatches is part of the award-winning “Journey to Planet Earth” documentary series that helps viewers understand and cope with the most important environmental issues of the 21st century.