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  • The Oceans And Its Effects On The World 's Oceans

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    Over 70% of the Earth as we know it, is made up of five oceans ranging in depth from 12,000 feet all the way to the deepest trenches at 36,000 feet. Being so vast, there is a lot that we do not know about the world’s oceans, or how the species that live in it came to be. Our oceans provide some of the most extreme living conditions that a species can encounter in its life. But surprisingly, several species can survive and thrive in these extreme environments due to adaptations throughout the decades

  • How The Oceans Can Feed The World

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    What if saving the oceans meant we could bring food to the hungry? Or something we 're doing because in return it creates jobs for local fishermen and preserves fishermen 's jobs around the globe? It 's even more than an economical benefit as well. Saving the oceans can feed the world. As you already know, there are more than a billion people on this planet right now suffering from hunger. Unfortunately, we’re expecting this problem to worsen as the world’s population continues to grow, which will

  • How The Oceans Can Feed The World

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    What if saving the oceans meant we could bring food to the hungry? Or something we 're doing because in return it creates jobs for local fishermen and preserves fishermen 's jobs around the globe? It 's even more than an economical quest as well. Saving the oceans can feed the world. As you already know, there are more than a billion people on this planet right now suffering from hunger. Unfortunately, we’re expecting this problem to worsen as the world’s population continues to grow, which will

  • The World Is Blue : How Our Fate And The Ocean

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    95% of the ocean has not been explored. With all the species and environments within the ocean that we have discovered, it is mind blowing to think that we have only seen 5% of what the ocean has to offer. The World is Blue: How Our Fate and the Ocean’s are One explores our long standing relationship with the ocean. This book is penned by oceanographer, explorer, and lecturer, Sylvia Earle. She earned her B.S degree from Florida State University, M.S and PhD from Duke University, and has accumulated

  • Analysis Of Disney 's ' World Ocean Day '

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    marketed for “World Ocean Day” which is one June 8th. This annual observation honors the world’s oceans. The advertisement is directed towards keeping Earth’s water clean. The advertisement was placed on billboards throughout the United States. This advertisement not only market to children, but it also markets to families and Disney-goers. As Walt Disney even said “You’re dead if you aim only for kids. Adults are only kids grown up, anyway.” The advertisement is set in the deep ocean blue with Ariel

  • Ocean Acidification Is A Major Problem Facing The World

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    Ocean acidification is a major problem facing the world currently. The oceans are become more acidic. This is because oceans soak up one-third of the atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration. Since the beginning of industrialization, there has been an increase in the use of fossil fuels and subsequently an increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration. When oceans take in carbon dioxide, it makes the water more acidic thus negatively affecting marine life. We need to control the ocean acidification

  • Ocean Dumping Is Affecting The World

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    Ocean Dumping Did you know instead of taking trash to a landfill some people dump their trash into the ocean. Over 14 billion pounds of trash is dumped in the world’s oceans each year. One million birds and 1,000 marine mammals and sea turtles die every year because ocean dumping is affecting the world’s oceans. Around eight million metric tons of our plastic enters the ocean from land each year. Ocean dumping cannot only affect marine mammals but, it can affect the lives of sea turtles

  • The Effects Of Plastic Pollution On The World 's Oceans Essay

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    effect. Plastic pollution in the world’s oceans is serious and disgustingly under-looked problem. Due to the influx of hundreds of thousands of tons of plastic, the marine landscape is changing rapidly. This issue isn’t just exclusive to oceans either. The world’s rivers and seas are also feeling the brunt of non-biodegradable waste. The scientific community is scrambling to find a solution to this ubiquitous issue. Plastic pollution in the world’s oceans has already lead some environmental activists

  • Drake's Passage Is The Worst Ocean On The World

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    “The ocean that had chased them back and made them flee for the shelter of the ice pack is the worst ocean on the globe.”(82) Drake's Passage can be considered to be “the worst ocean on the globe”(82) by many. This treacherous ocean is an 800 kilometer wide gap between South america’s Cape Horn and South Shetland Island of Antarctica. What makes Drakes passage considered to be the worst on the globe? Sailing through this passage is incredibly dangerous because of its insane winds. On the Beaufort

  • Global Climate Change Causes And Effects On The Environment And The World 's Oceans

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    negative impact on the environment and the world’s oceans. Global climate change causes many problems for the planet. The population growth of earth is 7.125 billion. Can anybody imagine how much greenhouse gas we produce in the atmosphere? Because they 're more people on the earth, we need more natural resources in daily life. People destroy more natural resources like trees to live. Human beings produce more man-made pollution on the land and the ocean environments. For example, coal powered plants

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