Things like rental boats are a disaster when it comes to keeping the manatees safe. When a tourist who has never drove a boat, that does not know the rules of the water ways goes to see the manatees, it can a disaster. Here in citrus county we have had only two deaths of manatees related to fishing line. We can help prevent this by not fishing where they swim and not leaving line in the water if you get broke off. The FWC has done a stellar job of enforcing the rules, and I give a kudos to them for doing such a fine job.
Moving towards the washrooms, one could not fail to notice a parking lot so small and crowded with the few people present at the beach. The concession stand has old bathrooms that look like they need renovation sooner than later. Walking in the beach, minds free of the worldly worries and legs free from the enclosure of the shoes, life could never get better than that. Nobody should come and take away the peace of mind that the sea breeze gives to its visitors by being rude to them or failing to perform their duty.
This cost for turtle a life, as plastic causes a blockage within digestive system. But this is only the beginning. Spots made of plastic cover for Sunlight cannot penetrate through plastic garbage into the water, algae and plankton, which is the bottom of the food chain, may simply die out. The situation can quickly turn into a global crisis. If it becomes less plankton, it means that fish and turtles will have nothing to eat, and if they begin to disappear, then the number of predators such as sharks and whales, also will be reduced.
Other than the negative affect coral bleaching has on jobs and the job industry, and on ecotourism in _ locations, there are many other useful coral _. Corals provide people with food, medicines, resources, and protection. Whether caught or bought, fish and marine animals that live on corals provide humans with a source of food. If corals die, many human ecosystems that rely on fish could hit hunger. Renee Cho of State of the Planet says, “more than half of new cancer drug research is focused on marine organisms,” (# 13) and there are probably thousands more researchers could find by researching healthy corals.
Where’s my Ocean: Keiko’s Story Not many of us really think about how blessed we are to be free. We can go wherever we want to, when we want to, nobody can order us around, and there are laws to limit injustice. However, for many orcas and dolphins, this unfortunately isn’t the case. People treat them as ‘things,’ not living animals. Born on September 24th, 1976, Keiko the orca led a tough life.
A dehydrated brain works harder to accomplish the same amount as a normal brain and it even temporarily shrinks because of its lack of water. Over-hydration, or hyponatremia, is usually caused by over consumption of water in short amount of time. Athletes are often the victims of over-hydration because of complications in regulating water levels in extreme physical conditions. Whereas the dehydrated brain amps up the production of antidiuretic hormone, the over-hydrated brain slows, or even stops, releasing it into the blood. Sodium electrolytes in the body become diluted, causing cells to swell.
Bottled water is harmful to the environment due to the plastic holder that contains the water, is made from chemicals that could make anyone or anything sick. The plastic also takes a very long time to decompose in the earth and you can not burn the plastic without the chemicals in the plastic reacting to the heat, causing a harmful gas that could be fatal if it is breathed in by humans and animals alike. As mentioned in paragraph five in the article “BUNDANOON JOURNAL: Ban on Bottled Water, Apparently a First, Puts a Small Town on a Big Stage.”
Many European countries held a lot of power internationally, but they were also excluded from Japan, making it even harder for the Japanese to modernize, “By 1800, however, Japan 's rulers were aware of an increasingly aggressive European presence. Sporadic encounters with Russian, U.S., and British ships that had entered
Some countries even bury plastic in the sand to keep tourists happy. This is terrible because it does not even biodegrade as well if it was in the ocean! However if other LDCs do the same as Nassau and ban single use plastics then this will cut plastic pollution by a huge percentage because even though LDCs do not have as much plastic they have no where to put it so it does not get recycled or get put somewhere where it will not go into the
“ Disease in the early years to Jamestown position at the salt freshwater transition, where filth introduced into the river tended to fester rather them flush away” (Blanton). Settlers didn 't know about bacteria in dirty water so they drank it unknowingly and many got diseases. In the early 1600s there was a drought (Science ). This source comes from science magazine. The purpose of this source is to inform and it contains no bias, it has reliable information that proves that the colonists died because of environmental issues.
Imagine a life or death situation for a marine animal and you have the power to help. Most people would jump to the help. The issue is are rovs valuable? On one side of the debate people argue that ROVs are not valuable for underwater research because rovs don’t have a brain and they have to keep recharging after every drop they do. However, ROVs are ABSOLUTELY valuable to underwater research because they are small so they can fit into small cracks and crevices to fix things or find someone or something in need of help, they are faster than humans and more agile, and they can not be bothered by sharks or other fish that would attack the humans because they don’t taste like blood or have meat like humans do.
Throughout the day, I touch surfaces that contain germs from many different people. I could easily receive a sickness from any of those germs, but I lessen that risk by washing my hands. I can’t guarantee that I won’t get sick, but I can try and make the odds more in my favor. I am unable to make other people wash their hands so I control my actions and what I do. Since I don’t know what germs hide on surfaces, I choose to destroy whatever they may be by killing them with soap and water.
Offshore oil drilling is an oil extraction procedure which permits oil organizations to get to stores of oil covered under the ocean floor. In my opinion, many people are against offshore oil drilling, due to their concerns about how it will impact the environment, and the unaesthetic appearance of oil rigs off the coastline. However, I think the importance and safety of off-shore oil drilling is something to consider so there are no accidents, or harm to people or even damage to the environment. If we continue offshore drilling it could possible create many jobs and make America energy vitality free. By doing away with our dependency on foreign oil our economy could possible improve a lot.
Bottled Water is a huge problem in the United States due to many citizens drinking it since it has a better taste than tap water. Bottled water can reduce the amounts of lead, copper that is seen in tap water. Also, bottle water in not the best choice due to the chemicals going into the water due to the heat of the plastic and another added disinfectant to the water. One main Scientific issue of Bottle water is BPA also, know as “ a major barrier system that controls natural estrogen, and stops natural estrogens from getting into cells”(Tapped water). This Bisphenol-