Marine Biology Explorations: Macintosh

Marine Biology Explorations: Macintosh

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This CD-ROM is ancillary to Levinton's "Marine Biology". It offers students a guided tour of marine environments (including rocky shores, deep sea vent, plankton, coral reefs, salt marshes, hot vents, soft bottoms, kelp forests, and marine larvae) in the form of a slide show of over 250 colour photographic images. It also features a self-test of 260 questions which is keyed to the chapters in the book, and access to the illustrations and captions from the text. Instructors can use a CD projector to display the images during their lectures or make transparencies from the images, and they can also make the disk available to students for browsing in a computer lab. System requirements - a Macintosh with colour monitor and double-speed CD-ROM drive System 7 or later (System 6.05 or later for MBE Hypercard application only). At least 5 MB RAM required for System 6.05, 8 MB RAM minimum recommended for System 7.x and all Power Macs. Additional requirements for "Marine Biology" text figures - some illustrations can be viewed with Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Illustrator. Adobe Acrobat Viewer 2.1 is included courtesy of Adobe subject to an Adobe license agreement.
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  • CD-ROM
  • 152.4 x 203.2 x 12.7mm | 130g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0195108833
  • 9780195108835

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Read me first file; marine biology explorations; quick start; instructions for use; hardware required; test yourself; marine biology text figures; viewing and printing line drawing figures; viewing and printing half-tone figures; hardware required; CD contents; marine biology explorations; test bank; text illustrations.
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