What are three types of bedrock found in the rocky shore ecosytem?
There is not a specific type of bedrock found along the rocky shores. The types of bedrock found depend on the ecosystem at the different rocky shore sites.
Yes! The rocky shores are found all over the world. However, they are by no means all the same, merely similar. The biggest adaptation to live on the rocky shore is being able to survive both underwater and while being exposed to the open air. The tide can rise and drop up to 12 feet on a rocky shore. Algae and crustaceans are both very abundant life forms found in this marine ecosystem.
You didn't give me the multiple choices, but the types of organisms found in the splash zone of a rocky shore would include lots of invertebrates like anemones, starfish, crabs, clams, snails, etc. Yes, and also rockweed. I was told this by my science teacher it's rockweed. I'm going to take the test right now and IF I get it wrong [God forbid] I'll improve my answer; promise. :) Rockweed:) I'm totally taking the same…
A sandy shore is where rock has been ground into fine grains and deposited by the wind and sea. Usually a sandy shore is level, with extensive areas of drying out sand at low water. A rocky shore is where rocks (often rounded by wave action) are deposited either from an underwater source out to sea, or from rock near the surface, or the breaking (weathering) of rock from a nearby cliff.
Most whale sharks, live in the deep ocean and feed on plankton. They live in the open ocean, so the large sharks will not be stranded in the shallows, and to avoid predators that live near the shore. Plankton can be found in the cold deep waters of the ocean, so that is where whale sharks tend to live.