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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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  • Great Barrier Reef Case Study

    Introduction The Great Barrier Reef stretching 2300km along the coast of Queensland is the world’s biggest coral reef system. The GBR contains many plants, animals, habitats and heritage values to the extent that this diverse marine ecosystem has been established as a global natural treasure with world heritage listing. The Reef is also extremely important to industries and communities that depend on a healthy reef for employment/ income and their recreation. Since the 1980’s there have been…

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  • The Effects Of Plastic In The Ocean

    Every day, there are over 700 marine animals who are exposed to plastic garbage (Lacurci, J., 2015). This leads to having over 100,000 marine animals and one million seabirds die due to the plastic garbage in the water every year (Facts About Marine Litter). Entanglement is a huge issue with the increasing amount of plastic debris in the ocean. The 3 animals that most commonly get entangled…

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  • Garbage Swell: Poem Analysis

    “Noyle found himself literally swimming in a sea of garbage,” this is an excerpt of the passage “Garbage Swell.” The author is explaining one of the many effects that humans are having on the availability and condition of the water. Humans in society nowadays are harming the water in the ocean, are affecting the quality of the water in the world, and are wasting a significant amount of water. This report will be talking about how the actions of humans have and are changing the availability and…

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  • Intrinsic Differences In Arthropods And Mollusks

    Comparing the Intrinsic Similarities and Characteristic Differences in Arthropods and Mollusks. Coastal regions possess a unique characteristics in which all plant and life forms have to adapt in order to be able to survive in such regions. One major characteristic of these regions is due to the constant wave motion of the seas in coastal regions. Hence, life forms such as Arthropods and Mollusks, predominant life forms present in these coastal regions, adapt and specialize to be able to thrive…

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  • Tragedy Of The Commons Essay Examples

    overfishing of the oceans. By overfishing the ocean (the ocean being the “commons”) we deplete the ocean of fish and other marine life, which alters the planet’s well-being. The ocean’s well-being is imperative to many biological cycles that keep the planet running smoothly. Fishermen continue to fish at an increasing rate, which in many areas has caused the population of marine life to crash. Humans have created “dead zones” in many areas that are completely void of life, and scientists are not…

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  • The Alchemist, By Paulo Coelho

    Take a closer look at the changeable current of the river, still waves of the sea or the stormy ocean: they hide many secrets, yet when one knows he is ready to deep a toe into the seemingly treacherous water – that is where the journey begins, and it is a matter of decision how one handles the swim. Either staying afloat, diving deep or going with the flow requires actions. In his book “The Alchemist”, Paulo Coelho states that the only way to endure life is through the action. Although one may…

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  • Green Sea Turtle Research Paper

    The green sea turtle, also known as Chelonia Mydas, is an endangered species. Sea turtles are targeted by people due to their meat, eggs, and shells. For people, this is a way of not only getting food but also an income source. Another factor that contributes to the green sea turtle endangerment is overfishing and poaching. Sea turtles are also used by some for ceremonies or even medicine. Technology such as propellers or getting hit by a boat can also pose threats to sea turtles, as the…

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  • Effects Of Ocean Acidification

    dies or is damaged, the animal populations that rely upon reefs can become vastly affected. Fish, for example, are largely reliant upon coral, some eat it and others like the clownfish live within it. When coral reefs suffer, so do populations of marine organisms, and by extension, human that able to feed themselves, and make a living off of fishing. Ocean.si.edu estimates that roughly 1-7 humans rely upon food caught from the ocean, and with a dwindling fishing industry, many humans could go…

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