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  • Research Paper On Coral Bleaching

    Keys and the Coral Triangle Area. The loss of symbiotic algae and/or their pigment lead the bleaching of corals [2]. Moreover, the mass bleaching phenomena degrade the valuable ecosystem services of coral reefs, which are home to 25% of all known marine species and provide approximately $375 billion per year in goods and services around the world [3, 4, 5]. Due the fact that corals tend to die in great numbers immediately following coral bleaching events [6], many scientists consider ‘bleaching’…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Marine Conservation

    Despite their intentions, a majority of marine conservation acts passed by Congress have not been enforced properly or are ignored entirely. Some environmentalists argue that we as citizens are to blame because we are too busy with our personal lives to care about the environment—most of us don’t recycle, utilize alternative sources of energy, or think twice about the detrimental effects that our lifestyles and everyday habits have on the oceans, let alone any other ecosystem or even the Earth,…

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  • The Importance Of Death In A Christmas Carol

    “Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim” says Vicki Harrison, the author of Dressed to Thrill. Learning to swim is something that almost anyone can accomplish. Much like swimming in the ocean, no matter how overwhelming it can become, everyone can learn to cope with their grief. For the main character in A Christmas Carol, however, he strives to take on his grief without learning…

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  • Tuna Fish Case Study

    The Marine Conservation Institute has observed that bottom trawling is more wasteful then beneficial due to the machines dragging 905 by catch, which later gets tossed back overboard. Economically, this decision is sound in banning the practice. Policy Option…

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  • Analysis Of Trash Inc: The Secret Life Of Garbage

    Garbage relates to everything from all kinds of waste whether generated during the extraction of raw materials or after the consumption of final products. It is present everywhere, even in the middle of the oceans. Trash Inc: The Secret Life of Garbage is a documentary film showing the waste produced around the world and the life cycle of trash/garbage. The documentary explains what happens to the garbage when it’s thrown away and its impact on the people and the world. It shows how the waste…

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  • Effects Of Shrimp Aquaculture

    According to the recent studies, Shrimp aquaculture is considered to be one of the most environmentally destructive forms of modern agriculture affecting mangroves directly [83]. Aquaculture destroys the mangroves to create shrimp ponds, reduce the ground water levels, and cause pollution to the surface water from the pond effluents [100]. Lack of long-term conservation and management of natural resources are the greatest shortcoming of shrimp aquaculture [40]. Researchers have noticed that the…

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  • Uptake And Bioaccumulation Of Microplastics Case Study

    microplastics is their small size, density, color, surface (smooth or rough) (Stephanie L. Wright a,2013). Food chain disturbance in marine environment is the major problem because due to ingestion of plastic which consists of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB), POP and PAH. They absorbs/bioaccumulation in the fatty acid of living organism and cause death of the species. At least 180 marine animal species and birds have been found to ingest plastic (Teuten et al. 2009)( Elin Andersson 2014).…

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  • Oil Spillage Cause

    environmental disaster is an oil spillage in the ocean . An oil spill is a release of a liquid petroleum hydrocarbon into environment due to human activity like boats above oil pipes or rigs and its a form of pollution. Other form of oil spillage is marine oil spillage ,where oil is release into the ocean or coastlines. Oil spills is a release of crude oil from tankers, pipelines offshore platforms,drilling rigs. Spills may take months or years to clean up and very expensive. Oil Spills are a…

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  • Essay On Cancer Villages

    Cancer Villages In China: A Terrifying Phenomenon What is Where? Cancer villages in China is a phenomenon where certain areas are highly populated with cancer patients. Cancer villages is an unfortunate issue occurring in China, and we must put an end to this concern before the circumstances become unavoidable. There are approximately 459 cancer villages across 29 of China’s 31 provincial units, with the two exceptions being Tibet and Qinghai. The two largest cancer villages are Hebei and…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of The Endangered Wildlife Trust

    Millions of sea animals are killed every year as a result of consuming pollution that is made up of manmade plastic in the ocean. In an effort to wake up the human population and make them realize what they are doing to the environment, the Endangered Wildlife Trust created an advertisement to make people stop and think about what they are putting into the world. With the use of rhetoric, the author reaches out to everyone to show them that their actions have consequences. The purpose of the ad…

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