I am interested in the field of physical oceanography and hydrodynamics in coastal environments such as river deltas, estuaries, and wetlands. I firmly believe that department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences at Louisiana State University is one of the best places for me to fulfill my objectives, flourish intellectually, and -- through my dissertation -- to make a significant contribution to research. My long-term career interests include academia, industrial R&D, and advanced coastal engineering. I am from a small town in Bangladesh by the Bay of Bengal. A significant part of my life passed watching the waves, the way rows of them rose and eventually break down.
My dad got in the truck and backed me into the water. I started the boat and backed it off the trailer and waited for my dad. When my dad got there he got in the boat and sat down and I started driving to the area where we were going to fish. When we got there my dad took the wheel to find a spot to drift. Drifting is where you put the boat sideways from the wind and let the wind move you and you put poles out alongside the boat so they drift along about a foot above the lake bottom.
Although surfing seemed to only be a public showcase skill and joy, we know from research that it was so much more. Surfing was also practiced privately to reduce frustration and anger, to simply relax and connect to the elements of the beautiful world they lived in. Surfing has so many functions from decision making all the way to just being a leisure activity. Just by looking at surfing's rich history one knows there is a bigger future for this now famous
Kindness for his kind spirit to others. The event of death truly inspired others and I today. It was his dream to sail the Hokulea and that it really shared his Hawaiian culture. He had volunteered to ride on the Hokulea. While on the trip the canoe had capsized and Eddie left and paddled to help a group of stranded Hawaiian leaders to safety.
As I read John Lane’s novel, I imagen John Lane being an outstanding person who is intelligent and well educated person in English; passionate about the environment or nature around us, especially the rivers and most importantly adventurous. I would say this because he wrote about his journey, paddling to the sea. I think that he has great experience canoeing and kayaking since he loves to go out to the nature and adventure the world. Looking from his perceptive he cares about the nature and wants others to do the same. He sees the meaning of the rivers and how important the river is to us.
3 Main Points – Tanja Lagoon follows the majority of the ecotourism principles. However, these the biggest three are - 1. Tanja Lagoon involves education among all parties - local communities, government, nongovernmental organizations, industry, and tourists (before, during, and after the trip). 2. Tanja Lagoon plays an active role in conserving the natural resources, which provide the visitors their experience.
You take a few fish from the wild and let them reproduce and grow in a simulated environment. When the time comes, you can “harvest” as many as needed. This is a simple yet effective solution with few negative effects. It does not upset the balance of the ocean ecosystem, as you are taking only a few individuals (both male and female) Then, you can create a mini ecosystem similar to their natural habitat. The aquarium would include many of the same abiotic/biotic factors, such as the same plants, same temperature, and similar water quality.
Pontoon Boats: Pontoon boats are a highly popular model for casual boaters. They are simple, fun, and spacious. They operate by having two pontoons running the length of the boat, and a motor hanging off the back between them. A pontoon boat is designed more around cruising than it is for speeding through the waterways. They are perfect for a family outing on the lake, or a scenic trip down the canal.
So, them staying calm helped bring them success in getting off the beaches/harbor. In the article, it states, “Steadily they went on with the work. Although every minute lost might mean another life lost, the men on the beach did not panic” (Heatter 2). This shows how the soldiers did not panic and were patient to wait for the little boats. This made them successful in reaching the boats.