We did about science for our next badge at cub scouts on Tuesday. I started to discuss this with our leader and it turns out the process I was describing was about something called Haloclines!
So what is this? Well basically between the normal water and the top brine is a short (1.5 metres) zone which is called a halocline basically.
So I have researched this and found…
The salt in the sea rises sharply there, and oxygen reduces towards zero. This halocline between the seawater above and the brine below has many bacterial and cells. These are called chemoautotrophs, which feed on ammonia from the brine but cannot function without some oxygen. Certain methane oxidizers and haloarchaea are found only in the halocline.
We are currently learning about Shakespeare and in particular we have looked at Macbeth. This weekend I visited my Auntie who runs a heritage museum. She also helps run the Atkinson Museum. We looked at the Shakespeare information and we talked about how the characters were on display there. We also looked at some exhibits in the display units.
Here is the link to their website so you can find out more information
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David Attenborough went to Cambridge university. Whilst he was there at Cambridge university he studied science but especially Natural science. when he left university in 1947 he joined the service The Royal Navy for a 2 year trip.