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  • The Marine Corps As A Marine

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    Once a Marine, Always a Marine There are many different cultures or social groups that have a language barrier whether that is because of religion, race, or social differences. These language barriers eventually will have to be overcome so that we can all communicate with each other. Out of these social groups, comes the greatest fighting force in the World, The Marine Corps. Marines have a very unique language dialog that has been preserved for hundreds of years Unfortunately, there comes a point

  • Marine Biology : A Career As A Marine Biologist

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    The career path I wish to be taking is Marine Biology. As a Marine Biologist i would be studying marine wildlife and plants. I choose this career path because i've always been fascinated with the water. There's so much we don't know about the ocean and it would be amazing to be able to discover a new fish or something about the water we've never know. It is important to understand the education or training requirements, skills or talents needed, salary and benefits offered and the duties for a particular

  • Marine Pollution And Its Effects On The Marine Environment

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    of the total marine pollution arising from human activities on the ocean. The shipping operations and associated port activities that have been identified as having the greatest potential impact on the marine environment are: Pollution has an effect on: a) Entire marine ecosystems b) Public health c) Our marine resources (fisheries, tourism and shipping costs) Marine pollution can take many forms, such as: Oil spills from routine activities or accidental incidents; Oil poisons marine life, and oil

  • Marine Biology : The Characteristics Of Marine Biology

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    Marine Biologist 70% of Earth is covered by ocean and only a small fraction of that has been explored. Marine biology is the science of the ocean. Marine biologists study all kind of ocean animals from weighing several tons to being microscopic. Marine biologists help save the ocean and discover it at the same time. Marine biology is the study of ocean life. Marine biologists study all kinds of animals from tiny crustaceans such as the hermit crab to huge mammals such as the blue whale. Marine biology

  • Marine Pollution

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    Marine pollution occurs when humans or waste substances are placed into the marine environment resulting in harm to animals and human health. About 1.4 billion pounds of trash is dumped and left per year. It may also often come from nonpoint sources such as wind blown debris and agricultural/land runoff. The trash left like plastic, bottle caps, or even the tiniest bit of garbage creates a huge disaster. Marine Pollution Causes (Rowser) Our polluted oceans have become one of the biggest

  • Marine Biomes

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    Marine Biomes Shonda Morton October 20, 2013 SCI/230 Paula Roberts A marine biome is a large aquatic zone that takes up almost 75% of Earth’s surface, has a salt concentration around 3%, and is distinguished from other biomes by its physical environment. According to Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology, (2010), the habitats of a marine biome varies depending on the level of the sea that it exists (pp.382). The layers or “zones” that make up the marine biome

  • leading marines

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    1. Identify the author’s mission (task and purpose) in writing this book. The author’s purpose in writing this book was to explain the role of the ‘leader’ in the Marine Corps. To accomplish this the author used examples of corps values, ethos, individual courage and unit spirit. 2. What part of the book was the most effective in accomplishing the author’s mission? What part of the book was the least effective? The part of the book that I think is most effective at accomplishing the

  • Marine Polution : Causes And Consequences Of Marine Pollution

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    enough of the waters to make it one of the most controversial topic of the decade. Now we experience evolution in reverse. Marine pollution is basically the consequences of oceanic destruction which means when hazardous materials and chemicals enter the ocean or a big body of water and spread to rate of exponential growth and decrease the lifespan of nearby marine animals. Marine pollution is not just given in the word itself, but it holds a deeper understanding than most know. Plastic bottles and cigarette

  • Personal Statement For Marine Biology

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    “sometimes you need to give up something to get ahead, or how sometimes sacrificing the familiar and what you expect from yourself to get the results that you are seeking in the long run.” The dream of having majored in marine biology is one thing, but to get to have a marine biology degree is a fifth grader’s dream come true. The environment is heading in a rough direction. For example, ocean acidification is already a problem. The decrease in pH of our ocean acidity is causing coral reefs

  • If You Are Interested in Marine Biology

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    Marine Biology If you are interested in adventuring the depths of the ocean, being a marine biologist is the job for you. As a marine biologist you will need to have several years of schooling in order to have a successful career. Being a marine biologist can be an enjoyable and dangerous job, but the journey is worth the ride. Several people ask what is a marine biologist? There are various answers to this question. The best answer shall be that a marine biologist is someone who works in some

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