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    “Save the oceans, feed the world!” that was filmed on October 2013. A woman in the video is a marine biologist, who name is Jackie Savitz and she gave a speech about the facts, benefits, and the reasons why everyone should save the oceans. According to Jackie Savitz, the oceans’ fishes bring a lot of advantages for our people. Jackie also says that when the population increases, the pressure of the demanding of food will gets worse. Therefore, we all must save the oceans so we can feed our…

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    Do you know that there are almost two million marine species are estimated to exist in the ocean? Ocean, or marine, is the hometown of some of people. But we are still discovering and learning this familiar and unfamiliar biomes. The location, temperature, characteristic and dwellers are quite differ with other biomes on the earth. Ocean is the biggest part on the earth. There 71% of area on the earth have been covered by the ocean. The ocean entailed the 97% of liquid on the earth. “The oceans…

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    In the video, Plastic Oceans it mentioned facts about water that I was surprised about. For example, microplastics can be mistaken for fish by the sea water chicks, the plastics then stay in their body, and the birds don't know any better, so they keep eating the microplastics. The microplastics add up over time and eventually kill them. Not many chicks make it to adulthood because of the pollution. Water pollution is not only affecting birds. About 3.5 million pieces of new plastic enter the…

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    Ocean Current Causes

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    Oceans are large bodies of salt water which hold the largest variety of plants and animals on earth. Oceans have currents that travel worldwide, generated by breaking winds and water salinity. These currents also speed up ships and transport nutrients around the world. Marine plants also generate the majority of the world’s oxygen, and regulate climate worldwide. In conclusion, oceans are large bodies of saltwater which hold the majority of life. They also make more of the world habitable. Their…

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    Plastic Overtaking Oceans

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    Plastic Overtaking the Oceans In a study conducted by UC Santa Barbara’s National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS), they found that “8 million metric tons of plastic” are added to the oceans pollution each year. Recently, plastic pollution has been become a predominant problem in the environmental society; however plastic production and pollution has been on the rise since the nineties. Plastic is overwhelming the world, because it is not biodegradable, meaning it can…

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    Why Ocean Exploration is Important We live in a day of age where there are so many speculations about space, if there are others out there and the threat that could occur if aliens were to invade our world. There are so many unknowns in the universe that it does need to be studied; however it does not need to be the only focus. Where else can this funding be implemented? Right here on Earth focusing on studying our oceans. Even though the ocean covers the majority of Earth there is very little…

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    Essay On Ocean Pollution

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    Ocean pollution has been a problem since 1950 and is still a problem to this very day. Over 80% of pollution is coming from land based activities. Pollution divides itself into different categories which are: Oil spills, Fertilizers, Seas of Garbage, Plastics, Sewage Disposal, and Toxic Chemicals. Current theories and research on Ocean Pollution indicate that oceans have been treated as a giant disposal for all types of garbage. If we continue to treat our ocean like a giant disposal our largest…

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    When you are going to explore the world, that is when you realize that you are only a small human in this ginormous world like the atoms in a blueberry, that is when you realize that the world is a vast mystery waiting to be explored, that is when you realize that nothing is impossible on this unknown world. The world is like the universe, waiting to be explored. A lot Of the Ocean is Unexplored Scientists believe that only 5% percent of the ocean is unexplored, leaving 95% of the ocean a vast…

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    Coral reefs are one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, providing habitat “for 25 percent of all marine species” (Lubofsky 28), and they are being threatened by ocean acidification. Ocean acidification is “the decline in seawater’s pH” (DeCarlo 33) due to rising levels of CO2 in the atmosphere. The excess CO2 dissolves in the ocean and becomes corrosive carbonic acid. Corals and other shell-producing organisms rely on calcium carbonate in the ocean to produce new shell, but if the ocean…

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    reduce the rate and effect of emission is to lower the amount to greenhouse gases in the air. Coral reefs are at the heart of the sea. They are a critical to some of species that live in the ocean. They use the coral to find sources of food and shelter which in return supports the commercial fishing used to feed people all around the world. They also are a natural border that breaks down storm surges that could happen at any time. Coral reefs even help coastal states make money by generating…

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