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  • Coral Reef - 412 words
    First of all, they houses a collection of diverse organisms, and contribute fisheries which provide food items such as fish, crustaceans, and mollusks. Furthermore, coral skeletons are being used as bone substitutes in reconstructive bone surgery and may be able to provide important medicine, including anti-cancer drugs and a compound that blocks ultra-violet rays, they even help reduce global warming by taking carbon dioxide out These reefs provide a house for many species. If the coral reefs were to become extinct than future generations would not have the benefits that theses animals have to offer, such as possible medicines, pest control, and carbon dioxide control. Fisheries are also co ...
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  • Great Barrier Reef - 1,066 words
    In order to understand what Diane Johnson meant in her story and what symbolism reef had I think it will be appropriate to examine in depth what is Great Barrier Reef, with which the main theme of the story was associated. Great Barrier Reef is undoubtedly a great symbol used for expression of protection, beauty and weakness at the same time. It is possible to see how this one symbol can incorporate so many different meanings through discovering wonder of nature Australian Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is a chain of coral reefs in the Coral Sea, off the northeastern coast of Australia. The Barrier reef is one of the biggest in the world it measures in 2011 km in length and 72 km ...
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  • Sound Progressexxon Valdez 5 Pgs - 1,265 words
    The Exxon Valdez oil spill in the Prince William Sound of Alaska proved to be a disaster on many levels. The coastline, wildlife, and people of the all area were all devastated by the spill. Ten years later, the area is showing remarkable progress. Because of the cleanup efforts and new regulations, the Sound is getting ever closer to recovery. A few minutes after midnight on March 24, 1989, the T/V Exxon Valdez ran aground on Bligh Reef in Prince William Sound. A few minutes later the coast guard received a radio message from the ships captain, Joseph Hazelwood: Weve fetched up ah hard aground north of Goose Island off Bligh Reef, and ah evidently leaking some oil. Were going to be here ...
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  • Marine Fishkeeping - 1,007 words
    Not to long ago the only places you could see marine fishes were public aquariums, but not any more, now you can have these beautiful fish in your own home. With todays technology, you can keep salt-water fish alive and healthy in a tank of water in your house! In recent times, we have seen these beautiful fish on television from around the world, and this has caused an upsurge in interest in keeping marine fishes in the home aquarium. Initially the fishes were prohibitively expensive due to high freight charges and the low number of fish that got to their location alive and in good health. However, that all changed with the introduction of mass air transportation and new technology in the c ...
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  • Exxon Valdez 10 Years Later - 869 words
    The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: 10 Years Later The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: 10 Years Later Four minutes after midnight on March 24,1989, the oil tanker Exxon Valdez hit Bligh Reef in Alaska's Prince William Sound. Eleven million gallons of North Slope oil spewed into one of the most bountiful marine ecosystems in the world, killing birds, marine mammals, fish, and devastating the ecosystem. (Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: Could It Happen Again?, 2000, May 10) Exxon claims the Sound has recovered, but environmental groups claim otherwise. Who is right? This environmental disaster caused more destruction of wildlife then any other in our nation's history. Approximately, half a million birds died including ...
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  • Volcanoes - 1,427 words
    ... locked into the melted minerals. If volcanic rocks erupt on the earth's crust, such as the Andean volcanoes, then magma can interact with carbonate rocks such as chalk as it travels up through the mantle or lower crust, picking up carbon dioxide on the way. In subduction zones, where the ocean floor goes down into the mantle some carbonate rocks do get taken down and melted, recycling their carbon dioxide content, but this is a minor source compared with the mantle. Carbon is quite common deep in the earth, found either as the element itself (graphite or diamond under very high pressures), or as carbon dioxide. None of the common minerals in magmatic rock contains carbon, so when magma ...
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  • Executive Orders - 4,884 words
    Orders Issued by President Bill Clinton Executive Orders are official documents, Executive numbered consecutively, through which the President of the United States manages the operations of the Federal Government. Some Executive Orders in the past have created new commissions, councils, task forces and committees; issued and allocated bonds; authorized permit issuance; etc. 40 Executive Orders issued by President Clinton 1. 2000-12-23 Executive Orders on Puerto Ricos Status 2. 2000-12-23 Executive Orders on Adjustments of Certain Rates of Pay 3. 2000-12-07 Executive Order 13180 on Air Traffic Performance 4. 2000-12-07 Executive Order 13279 on Americas Nuclear Weapons Workers 5. 2000-12-04 Ex ...
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  • Executive Orders - 4,870 words
    ... and related marine resources and species of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands in their natural character; (b) The Reserve shall be managed using available science and applying a precautionary approach with resource protection favored when there is a lack of information regarding any given activity, to the extent not contrary to law; (c) Culturally significant, noncommercial subsistence, cultural, and religious uses by Native Hawaiians should be allowed within the Reserve, consistent with applicable law and the long-term conservation and protection of Reserve resources; (d) The Reserve shall be managed using, when appropriate, geographical zoning and innovative management techniques to en ...
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  • Civil War As A Battle At Sea - 1,175 words
    ... er of an all Negro regiment was to be taken prisoner, and be put to death or otherwise punished (Cox, 11-12). Being the leader of those regiments required much courage and discipline. When Captain Robert Gould Shaw, who was the leader of the Massachusetts fifty-fourth Volunteers, was buried, he was stripped of all his belongings and clothes, then buried with the other men in his regiment who died with him on the battlefield of Fort Wagner. The Confederate soldiers buried him with as much disgust and disrespect possible for an officer. Shaw went from an officer of much respect and privilege to a man given the most dishonorable and controversial burial ever given a soldier who defended his ...
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  • None Provided - 1,235 words
    (Family: Chaetodontidae) THE INDICATOR HYPOTHESIS "Coral feeding Butterflyfishes respond to declines in coral quality or abundance by behavioral and spatial adjustments that can be easily and rapidly observed." (Crosby & Reese 1996) A fundamental question that one asks when using Chaetodontidae, or for that reason any species as biomonitors is: why use an organism when sophisticated machines are available to detect very small quantities of pollution in short space and time? One might think that biomonitoring has become redundant because of these machines, but the opposite is true, chemical monitoring tells us what is there, but not its effects - especially long term effects on ecosystems the ...
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    ... todon strigangulus) occurs from Africa eastward to Tahiti and throughout Polynesia to Johnson Atoll ad the Northwest Hawaiian Islands, but not the high islands of Hawaii. It is widespread throughout Melanesia and Micronesia, extends southward to the GBR and northward to Japan. It specializes in feeding on corals of the genus Acropora. * Chaetodon trifasciatus occurs from East Africa eastward tin Polynesia to and Tahiti. It is widespread in Melanesia and Micronesia. It extends north to Japan and south to GBR. It is replaced in the Red Sea by C. austriacus and by C melapterus in the Persian Gulf. Feeds on Porites. Acropora, Pocillopora when avilable. Feeding Alino PM, Sammarco PW, Coll JC ...
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  • The Victims - 401 words
    Written by Alexander Kimel - Holocaust Survivor. The Jews were a strong people that survived 2000 years of dispersion without assimilation. Their strong survival mechanism was based on adaptation to persecution. They were like a reef that bends to the hurricane and survives, while an old tree is broken. Even their Arch-enemy, Hitler grudgingly acknowledged this strength. In Mein Kampf Hitler wrote: In hardly any people in the world is the instinct of self preservation developed more strongly than in the so-called "chosen" [Jews]..What people, finally, has gone through greater upheavals than this one- and nevertheless issued from the mightiest catastrophes of mankind unchanged? What infinitel ...
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  • The Wonderful World Of Seahorses - 669 words
    The seahorse is a vertebrate fish and is a close relative of the pipefish. Its Genus is Hippocampus. There are about 40 different species, including, Hippocampus fuscus (the black seahorse) and Hippocampus kuda (Oceanic seahorse, Kelloggs seahorse, Common seahorse or Yellow seahorse). Depending on species the seahorse can range in length from 5 cm to 36 cm tall and live up to 4 years old. They also have an extremely wide range of colors some of these include, white, yellow, red, brown, black, gray, or spotted. All seahorses live in the tropical waters. The seahorses habitat is a coral reef and or seaweed. These areas are highly effective in protecting the animal. They can easily hid using th ...
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  • Evolution Of Surfing - 711 words
    The Evolution of Surfing to what it is Today. Primitive man used surfing in the fifth century AD to facilitate his fishing capabilities and to enhance his religious experiences: now with more time at their disposal, he uses it for different purposes: challenge and recreation, consequently, as society changed, surfing evolved. Early societies that centered on survival used surfing as a means of spiritual and physical survival. Societies that no longer, as a whole, concerned themselves with survival but have more time for recreation modified surfing to encourage it as a pleasure sport. As the society became more affluent, surrounded by more conveniences and technologies, people needed more cha ...
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  • Spear Fishing - 754 words
    Free dive spear fishing is a very enjoyable sport. This great outdoor sport is a perfect way to keep the body very healthy. It can effect the body in many positive ways. It works as a great cardiovascular exercise; a great way to relieve stress; and a delicious way to get the proper nutrients the body needs to stay healthy. The first effect that free dive spear fishing has on the body is the way it allows the body to stay in shape with its demanding cardiovascular work out. Spear fishing requires the fisherman to go and hunt for the fish. To do this the fisherman must enter the water and swim to where the fish are most abundant. The swimming technique used for spear fishing is a modified fre ...
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  • Travel - 726 words
    Close you eyes and imagine standing on top of a mountain. Take a deep breath and smell the clean air. Now, open your eyes and look at the abundance of trees and the clear ocean water. If this sounds like a getaway to you, then it is time to take a vacation to Australia. Not only is Australia beautiful, it also has some of the greatest people, sights, and attractions on the planet. If you have ever traveled to a foreign country, you know that it is sometimes very difficult to get from place to place if you do not know the language. Often times the natives of the country can become frustrated with you because of the communication barriers. In Australia, this is not a problem. The people of Aus ...
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  • Evolution - 1,092 words
    In Namibia, where the rock record is excellent, Vendian fossils are followed immediately by Cambrian fossils, and they may have overlapped briefly in time. In Siberia, a whole suite of small shelly fossils appears in the rocks as the Cambrian period begins, together with sponges of several different types. Most of the small shells are tiny cones and tubes that we don't understand properly, but at least some of them are complex animals, including the first molluscs. Soon, archaeocyathid sponges were forming reef patches. These are dramatic changes that reflect rapidly evolving life. New research pegs the base of the Cambrian at about 543 Ma, and the world's fauna was completely revolutionized ...
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  • Fish - 1,007 words
    Not to long ago the only places you could see marine fishes were public aquariums, but not any more, now you can have these beautiful fish in your own home. With todays technology, you can keep salt-water fish alive and healthy in a tank of water in your house! In recent times, we have seen these beautiful fish on television from around the world, and this has caused an upsurge in interest in keeping marine fishes in the home aquarium. Initially the fishes were prohibitively expensive due to high freight charges and the low number of fish that got to their location alive and in good health. However, that all changed with the introduction of mass air transportation and new technology in the c ...
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  • A History Of Marine Science - 1,074 words
    The early history of marine science started about 11,000 years ago. Nomads began voyaging into east and central Europe, and across the plains of central Asia. They journeyed to the shores of northeastern Asia and crossed the Bering Sea into North America and South America. Most traveled on foot except for those who were talented in raft building or navigation. Any coastal culture with these talents had big economical advantages and greater access to food or supplies. But when European explorers set out to find the world, they were met by islanders at almost every chunk of land they found. The first evidence of voyaging comes from records of trade in the Mediterranean Sea. The Greeks started ...
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  • Environment Friendly - 432 words
    The Pacific Whale Foundation (PWF) is a unique environmental organization. It just doesnt talk about whales and dolphins, it actually studies and protects them first-hand. Their research efforts helped create marine sanctuaries in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States; save dolphins from deadly fishing practices in South America; and establish whalewatching as a replacement for whale killing. The PWF currently does research projects in Hawaii and Australia that involve educating the public about marine mammals as well as protecting them in the wild. PWF is recognized worldwide as a pioneer and leader in non-invasive marine research. The long-term field studies of whales, dolphins, tu ...
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