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  • Characteristics Of The Atlantic Walrus

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    rosmarus laptevi, make up about 10% combined (Jay, 2008). The estimated population of Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus is 10,000 – 19,000 (Jefferson, 2008). Walruses inhabit the relatively shallow waters along the coast in the North Atlantic, the Bering Sea and the Artic Ocean near North America and Eurasia (Figure 4) (Reeves, 2002). No walruses are not found in North Carolina. Figure 4. The areas shaded in blue represent the global range of the Atlantic Walrus, Odobenus rosmarus (WWF, 2017). Habitat

  • An Analysis Of ' An Arctic Idol '

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    An Arctic Idol From mutants to aliens, superhumans and demigods, the idea of a hero has been an immense subject throughout our culture. Still, the superficial idea that heroes have some other quality that ranks them beyond human is reflected the most in movies and comics. What is the first thing that popped into your head when you heard the word hero—Superman? Ironman? Batman? The term shouldn’t be restricted to Marvel’s DC Universe characters. How we use the word hero should extend to everyday

  • An Analysis Of ' An Arctic Idol '

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    An Arctic Idol From mutants to aliens, superhumans and demigods, the idea of a hero has been an immense subject throughout our culture. The superficial idea that heroes have some other quality that ranks them beyond human is reflected the most in movies and comics. What is the first thing that popped into your head when you heard the word hero—Superman? Ironman? Batman? The term shouldn’t be restricted to Marvel’s DC Universe characters. How we use the word hero should extend to everyday people

  • Throwing Our Planet On The Garbage

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    Throwing Our Planet in the Garbage It is something that we all have heard about. The horrific challenges we face with plastic overwhelming our oceans have created an awful picture in all of our minds at one time or another, but have you ever thought about whether or not all of our oceans are being affected? What about how much garbage is accumulating in our precious oceans and the effects that accumulation is having on us. These are questions I have always been particularly intrigued in finding

  • Cause Of Plastic Pollution

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    pollution, focusing on plastic, in the marine environment. The best place to be is next to the sea where tired feet gladly greet, sand so soft and white. The taste of salty air, a cool breeze blowing through untied hair, Warmth all around, from the sun beaming down, against a backdrop of majestic blue. Hear the birds sing, the waves crashing, And know one thing is true. The ocean is drowning in a sea of plastic, Before long marine life will be in a casket. The beauty of the beach will be no more

  • The Wife's Lament And The Seafarer Analysis

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    from home can be hard, but imagine what it would be like if it was to a harsh sea or under a giant tree. In the two poems we will be dissecting, you will see how these two different situations have a lot in common. In one of the oldest poems known in the world, The Seafarer was written long by an unknown author. Throughout the poem we see how the man takes his exile emotionally and physically, all the while he sails the sea and world. He goes to other countries and shows how on his missions he sees

  • Theme Of Naturalism In The Open Boat

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    hurt them and had the power to determine whether they lived or died at sea. The action of blaming a superior being for a catastrophe can be symbolism of naturalism. Another example can be when the four sailors were asking fate or God why they would die after going so far and not giving up, "If I am going to be drowned--if I am going to be drowned--if I am going to be drowned, why, in the name of the seven mad gods who rule the sea, was I allowed to come thus far and contemplate sand and trees?" (Crane

  • Oceanologist Career Research Paper

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    There are many careers out there in this world. The career that is the most interesting is Oceanology. This is based on the ocean. Oceanology is when you study artifacts and marine life. People will have to learn courses in the physical science,not so much of chemistry and physics though. Includes both teachers primarily engaged in teaching and those who do a combination of teaching and research. There are so many things some people would do as an Oceanologist. People will Compile, administer,

  • Research: Plastic Pollution in Water

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    impacts on our environment and our economy. Seabirds, whales, sea turtles and other marine life are eating marine plastic pollution and dying from choking, intestinal blockage and starvation. Scientists are investigating the long-term impacts of toxic pollutants absorbed, transported, and consumed by fish and other marine life, including the potential effects on human health. What it means to you Plastic pollution affects every waterway, sea and ocean in the world. When we damage our water

  • Chapter Four Of The Strange Beach

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    the ghosts of notorious pirates, maybe even Blackbeard himself had come back to silence the coastline. My imagination was chuck full of childhood tales—I could picture infamous pirates wielding silver cutlass swords and gallant king’s men battling at sea, but the sand was deserted and even the wind now held its breath. “Bro, we’ve fallen down the rabbit hole or something. I know were not in Pixie Dust anymore . . . but where the heck are we Wonderland?” Mason said in full meltdown mode. “And . .

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