Iceberg: A massive piece of glacier ice that has broken (calved) from the front of the glacier into a body of water.
Ichthyology: The scientific study of fishes.
Indicator paper: Paper that changes colour to indicate pH of a water sample.
Industry partners: Vocational education term. Refers to marine businesses which help schools with their vocational education program.
Infiltration: Process by which water seeps into sewerage pipes.
Initiation ceremony: Religious ceremony in a tribe or clan used to signify the coming of age of its members, usually young men.
Inland: Away from the ocean, on dry
Protects from the cold. Refers in this book to materials in
International law of
the sea: A series of agreements made between
System of global communication between linked computers.
Interpretative: Used in tourism
industry: telling stories to the public in general terms about marine
zone: The region between the high and low tides along the
shore, alternately covered by water and exposed to the air (also called
predator: A non-native predator, introduced to a habitat
through human activity.
Invertebrates: Animals without
Iridescent: Gleaming and flashing with many colours, like a peacock feather or a soap bubble.Irukandji: Carukia barnesi are small members of the box jellyfish group, with a bell length of only 2 centimetres. The four tentacles vary in length from 4 centimetres to 1 metre in length.