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  • Summary: A Career As A Marine Biologist

    A Marine Biologist studies the organisms in the oceans or marine waters. Not only do Marine Biologist deal with Marine life but others do too like, microbiologist, marine mammalogist and Fishery Biologist. For the most part, these Biologist have a long way before achieving their goal. They have many science, english and math requirements they deal with before. As far as education goes they first need to take the following courses, biology, zoology, chemistry, physics, biometrics, mathematics, and statistics. Although many people think that this career choice does not require English this field does. English is an essential because the Marine Biologist need to record their data and be able to write and publish their recordings. Not only English…

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  • How Does Ocean Acidification Affect Marine Life

    elsewhere is absorbed by our oceans. Ocean acidification is caused by just that, the quarter of carbon dioxide that still remains from our atmosphere being taken in by the ocean’s surface layer. When carbon dioxide that hits the ocean’s surface layer combines with seawater, some of the carbon dioxide reacts with the water to from carbonic acid. Carbonic acid separates into hydrogen ions and bicarbonate ions. Then, hydrogen ions combines with carbonate ions forming more bicarbonate ions which…

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  • Marine Science Application Essay Sample

    past, and it was my firm decision to walking through the right path. I was intrigued to study chemistry because I was astonished by vast and mysterious world of molecules in materials that are so much different from observing with naked eyes. Broad world of underwater life that I could not realize few years ago marveled me to jump into this field. I would not give up to get to know whales that I could never see. However, this time I will look around not to leave numerous creatures that will…

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  • Chasing Science At Sea Ellen Prager Summary

    book, of course, piqued my interest and left me feeling inquisitive so I ordered the chapter book looking forward to some hefty reading. A short week and a half later I had received the book and then reserved some of my time in my schedule to start feeding my curiosity and to, of course, get some homework done so I could complete the request. Let me start off by stating Ellen Prager’s title and role in the community. She is a highly respected marine biologists and author of a handful…

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  • Ocean Voyage Chapter Summary

    solution, the piece of writing would be more beneficial to my research paper on methods in which people are trying to prevent the abundant dumping of factories. Watson, Traci. "Voyage to the bottom of the sea - where tons of toxins are." USA Today, 14 Feb. 2017, p.05A. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, Accessed 27 Oct. 2017. Traci Watson, writer and editor for USA today with a degree in journalism from the University of…

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  • Sea Treasure Case Study

    Change Management at Sea Treasures The purpose of this report is to explain the change models that I as Sales and Marketing Director would use for short-term and long-term change at Sea Treasures. The company is a group of retail stores that specialize in expensive aquarium accessories and exotic sea life and is currently facing downsizing and going out of business within twelve months. Two major changes short and long-term are required at the company at this point. The short-term change…

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  • Symbolic Interactionism In Chiron's Poem

    The beach is Chiron's symbolic interactionism. Juan brought him to the water when he was young and taught him how to swim. From being Little to Black, he continues to visit the beach because he has given this specific place meaning. He interprets the beach as a place to relax and distress. When Chiron was Little, he saw himself as the names and titles others perceived him as. He gave others the permission to do so without speaking up for himself. He even adopted that name because he told…

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  • Blighted Day: A Short Story

    What a blighted day. I was hoping to go out to the sea drowning myself in the cool sea water fighting against the heat wave. But it wasn’t that easy. Flying through the air with a hunk of metal would be crazy talk but in the days where internet doesn’t exist. The flight was pleasant, the air stewardess were gorgeous with their curves all at the right place. The flight meal for once taste amazing. Absolutely amazing. Who would have thought I would enjoy an airplane meal. Yet there will always…

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  • Research Paper On Coral Bleaching

    Coral bleaching events endangers the sustainability of major coral reef ecosystems around the world, such as the Great Barrier Reef (GBR), the Florida 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…

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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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