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    Atlantic Ocean Overfishing

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    By 2048, the fish population in the Atlantic Ocean will be completely depleted. Overfishing or in other words known as unsustainable fishing has become the main factor for this. The Atlantic Ocean is home to many marine species and while their numbers are diminishing, with limits on overfishing, increasing public awareness, and creating groups/programs for helping to restore the ocean, people can tackle this problem. Unsustainable fishing is a very tricky problem to solve because of many things. One of the biggest problems is local government in the areas of overfishing. Sometimes the government does not pay attention to overfishing and doesn't put a limit on fishing. An example is the Canadian government, the Canadian Cod Fishery in the…

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    example of this. People have always been interested in what the World’s oceans can provide, and people are using new technology to investigate these possibilities. However, technology can have a negative affect on different biodiversity in the ocean. Focusing specifically on the Atlantic Ocean, biodiversity is experiencing the positive and negative affects of technology. This paper will explain these new types of technology and the positive and negative affects of those technologies on…

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    The Atlantic Ocean is the second largest ocean out of the five oceans and stretches east of North and South America to west of Europe and Asia. Its climate consists of ocean currents, which are dependent on the uneven heating of the Earth’s surface and continents/landmasses nearby. Ocean currents transport heat energy within the biosphere, with surface ocean currents warming or cooling the air above them, affecting the land nearby. Surface water is affected by wind currents, while deep ocean…

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    The Atlantic Ocean was a major way to transport and trade slaves. A majority of the slaves were shipped to the New World. These were slaves from the coast of West Africa. Robbed of everything they were accustomed to, their recording stories through music and rituals is what was brought with them. When working in the fields of tobacco in Virginia, slaves were forbidden to communicate with one another. Their African tradition of singing came in handy. They used song to communicate with one…

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    of the most significant issues in environmental management is meeting the needs of everyone involved. While some management decisions may seem advantageous in terms of environmental sustainability, they may not be desirable for industries and individuals benefiting from this said resource. As such, this is the current case on the eastern coast of the United States where the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission is contemplating changes in how menhaden is currently being managed. The more…

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    Data sources: The science has proved that the carbon emission in atmosphere has increased the hurricanes in Atlantic Ocean and floods in this decades. This has resulted in warmer climate that lead to storms. The floods and storms has always made destruction to the lives and materials. The infectious diseases, injuries, contamination of water that ultimately affected the health care. The allergies and respiratory diseases caused to the pollutants in air. Most of the Americans is living in the…

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    Courage is the price that life wants for granting peace” This is one of Amelia Earhart’s quotes. Amelia had proven many things in her lifetime and had affected many people in her life. She was the first woman to fly across the atlantic ocean in 1932. These are some of the many things that makes up her life and have proven her to be one of the most influential person in the world. Amelia Earhart had made many accomplishments during her lifetime. One example would be that she was the first woman…

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    Throughout the 1641- 1760 France, Netherland, Portugal, Britain and Spain came across the Atlantic Ocean hoping for wealth and escape religious issues. America Middle colonies during the 1641- 1760 was a diverse colony it was home to many ethnic background, language and religious, this will create a “Melting pot where people blended together to form a common America community” (user.humboldt.edu As you notice on the chart that Britain was the most populated people in America and had more slave…

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    Hurricanes Essay

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    A hurricane, by definition, is a tropical cyclone with strong winds spiraling inward and upward and speeds ranging from 75 mph to 200 mph. Hurricanes emerge from the Atlantic basin, which consists of the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, the northeastern Pacific Ocean, and, less often, the central north Pacific Ocean. Most hurricanes follow a similar cycle of development. Some may run their course in as little as a day or as long as a month. They weaken and are transformed into…

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    James Cook Research Paper

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    Pacific Ocean. On his third voyage south he discovered many islands, including Hawaii. Cook’s discoveries and numerous charts became invaluable to the future English explorers. 13. Vitus Bering The Danish explorer Vitus Bering is known for discovering the Bering Strait and exploring Alaska. Tsar Peter l the Great appointed his sub-lieutenant, Vitus Bering, to go on an expedition to determine if Asia and North America were connected by land. Bering concluded that they weren’t not joined together…

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