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  • The Mystery Of Deep Ocean Ecosystems

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    rely heavily on oceans, the iconic feature of our planet, yet more than ninety-five percent of the ocean depths remain unexplored. The disparity between our dependence on the ocean and the attention it receives is marked and it is imperative that deep ocean exploration is addressed in the scientific community. The depths of oceans, the lifeblood of humanity, hold a treasure trove of secrets waiting to be found.

  • The Effects Of Ocean Pollution On The Marine Ecosystem

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    Ocean pollution comes in many forms with each having some sort of effect on the marine ecosystem. Ocean pollution is destroying earth 's waters, because its killing populations of organisms in the water all over the ocean, Its destroying coral reefs and water is being contaminated with oil,garbage and chemicals.Which in turn is destroying organisms all over the ocean. For the purpose of this paper, it will be logical to categorize these pollutants into three main areas; garbage, chemical, and noise

  • The Effects Of Ocean Pollution On The Marine Ecosystem And Animals

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    The earth’s greatest mass is the ocean, which is seventy percent and holds 1.3 billion cubic km of water. Being the biggest mass on this earth, eighty percent of the world gather their food from the ocean. Along with the eighty percent, one-fourth to one-third of the food we catch from the ocean is also to feed other animals as well. However, with our growing industrial economy pollution has found their way to the ocean. Ocean pollution is a complex series of problems that are linked to many causes

  • Sustainable Development Goal Of Conserving Ocean And Marine Ecosystems

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    of conserving ocean and marine resources were measurable and can be attained through sensible efforts and dedication. However, targets 14.1 and 14.2 were not as fully measurable as others due to vague execution methods for addressing the issue in concern. To further explain, target 14.1 has a measurable target of reducing pollution, but does not further elaborate on how to do so. Furthermore, target 14.2 addresses the measurable requirement to protect oceanic and marine ecosystems, yet the approaches

  • A Successful Marine Biologist That Specializes The Natural Beauty Of The Oceans Ecosystem

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    converse the natural beauty of the oceans ecosystem. Now this may not be the most finically sound job, or even easily achieved career, but for me it is not about the money or easy way. Would I prefer that I have a high income? Yes. Would I prefer to strive for a job that is not so competitive and limited? Of course. However, I feel in love with the ocean and its creatures below the surface a long time ago, whether others can tell or not. Falling in love with the ocean, its creatures and wanting to

  • Marine Ecosystem Causes of Degradation and Case Studywhat Is the Marine Ecosystem? Marine Ecosystems Are Among the Largest of Earth's Aquatic Ecosystems. It Covers Almost 70% of the Earth's Surface. They Include Oceans,

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    What is the Marine Ecosystem? Marine ecosystems are among the largest of Earth's aquatic ecosystems. It covers almost 70% of the earth’s surface. They include oceans, salt marsh and intertidal ecology, estuaries and lagoons, mangroves and coral reefs, the deep sea and the sea floor. They can be contrasted with freshwater ecosystems, which have a lower salt content.   Why is the Marine Ecosystem important? Marine ecosystems are very important in to the overall health of both marine and terrestrial

  • Human Activities Effects On The Oceans And Its Ecosystem Being Displayed On Social Media

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    Mid-term Project: Ocean Activities Humans are killing the oceans, or are they? There are many opposing viewpoints to the controversial topic of human activities effects on the oceans and its ecosystem being displayed on social media. According to Louise Gerdes the author of Endangered Oceans: Opposing Viewpoints It is not difficult to find different opinions (9). There are many different outputs of media that have different points of view and it can be extraordinarily difficult in deciding which

  • Creating A Green Ocean Ecosystem

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    then solved when Jesus brought up the idea of creating a campaign that would raise awareness for creating a green ocean ecosystem that consisted of removing debris from both inside and around the ocean. We all thought this was a great idea, so we decided to proceed with the campaign. After having chosen that our campaign would be on raising awareness on creating a clean ocean ecosystem, the process conflict that our group faced was on how we would compose our detailed plan. Our group debated on whether

  • Sharks Are An Essential Part Of The Ocean 's Ecosystem

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    extinct. After over 450 million years on this planet, they have the possibility of extinction due to inadequate laws to protect the creatures from actions such as finning, bycatching, and habitat depletion. Sharks are an essential part of the ocean 's ecosystem and Without them, there will be huge repercussions. Sharks need our help, but there are not that many people willing to help the creatures, ones with such a bad name, who are just so misunderstood. Sharks are a breathtaking creature that has

  • Impact Of Endangered Species

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    report will be discussing and talking about endangered species and the impacts they have on ecosystems. Endangered species is a species of animal or plants at risk of extinction because of human activity, changes in climate, ruining of ecosystems, etc. This report will be split into different sections discussing different examples of endangered species and the impacts that they have on different ecosystems. Blue whales, weighing in at 200 tonnes are the largest ever known animal to live on the planet