With my education, along with my drive and ambition, I plan to return to Baldwin County in order to implement new ideas for constructing hurricane-resistant structures. Although my dream remains to lessen the aftermath of hurricanes, I also plan to volunteer in organizations that help to protect the beaches. I hope be an active participant in sea turtle conservancy, sand dune conservancy, and wildlife refuge conservancy. Protecting the environment remains the first step in lessening the destruction of hurricanes. In summary, I intend to achieve my dream of lessening the destructions of hurricanes on the Gulf Coast, despite the obstacles that stand in my path.
Direct effect implies to the intrusion to the coral community through accidental disturbance. This derives from coral breaking, boats colliding with reefs and damage from anchors. Snorkelling, diving and reef walking are other tourism activities that are believed to have a direct effect on coral breaking (Hall, 2001; Needham, 2008; Gladstone et al, 2012). The improper and uncontrolled manner in conducting these activities can lead to major damage on coral reefs./////// The indirect effect of tourism on coral reef rises from the alteration of the water quality surrounding the reefs through pollution. Pollution of the water quality is usually linked to improper behaviour of tourist, overcrowding of visitors, tourism infrastructure development and poor waste management (Briasoullis, 2002; Hall, 2001; Reopanichkul, 2009).
After all, that is why you ran and were elected to represent people from our great state. I fear that our state is in danger, and no one is talking about it. As laid out above, overfishing could trigger an economic collapse in our state and possibly beyond. And all that goes without mentioning the environmental hazards caused by overfishing. As a representative, you have a unique ability to raise awareness and bring much needed attention to this issue.
This could be island civilization, on that way we can save the world very completed. Also on 4000 years later, we will have very good technology and more new things to help build the island civilization. Island civilization will be simple to build to do until that time, I think future humans will save nature and build island civilization system to help the nature and earth become great again. Humans today will pay more and more attention to nature,people care more and more care about the nature and until 4000 years late I believe all humans will start to protect nature. In the article it states Of course island civilization means the end of the idea of integrating our civilization into nature” this
Offshore drilling: a technique to get oil from underneath the seafloor, has been one of the largest and most helpful breakthroughs in technology during the last few decades. Humans have even discovered many new methods that have been developed to financially help our economy from the abundance of oil underneath the ocean floor. The search for oil is vital for the economic future of many nations. However, risks and consequences often faced in coastal ecosystems and on the mainland are powerful, and could later lead to bigger problems humans have to face; such as less food from interruptions in the food chain, higher gas prices, and not being able to enjoy the oceans and coasts, like we do today. Offshore drilling is a huge danger to coastal
The United States of the early 20th century was one with a booming economy and a hunger for power. They had expanded westward and were looking to continue to expand their territory across the seas, in order to assert their dominance as a global superpower among the powerful nations of the time. The poor relations between Cubans and their Spanish rulers eventually led to the Treaty of Paris, which is when Spain surrendered the Philippines to the United States. It was at this point that another major divide between the American people was created. Many Americans believed that attempting to gain power over as many territories as possible was a bad idea and one that went against what America was built on.
The cheapest way for the transport of the raw materials is the way through the Great Barrier Reef, and for this reason, many reefs were damaged by the construction of harbors built to support and boost the economy of Australia. The risks that a ship could stick a reef, animals could be injured or other accidents could happen seem to be ignored while planning and building these harbors. In 2010, a Chinese freighter damaged three kilometers of the Great Barrier Reef and about four tons of oil were spilled into the sea in this accident. The consequences of this disaster are still visible today; the corals have still not recovered and this part of the reef is almost completely
However, there were also extremely negative consequences. The Spanish War affected the lower class negatively by raising prices dramatically, and crushing the rebellion in the Philippines led to an enormous death rate on both sides (Zinn 312-313). Conversely, Schweikart and Allen state that American intervention was often in the interests of both countries. They describe the annexation of Hawaii as reasonable because Hawaii had asked for annexation before and because the U.S. did not want the islands to become a part of Japan (Schweikart and Allen
Sylvia Earle, a National Geographic marine biologist, once said, “We have become frighteningly effective at altering nature”. She means that humans have become very good at altering the natural flow of the world, and this has often led to with negative consequences. People have many opinions on the altering of nature. Some argue that an intelligence increasing operation could be of great benefit to society, opening the door to smarter, more advanced citizens and a more advanced society, because they will be able to solve the problems that currently plague the world. However, although the artificial increase of intelligence has some potential benefits, such a procedure would be more harmful than helpful, because of the resulting increased gaps
Now after listing some of the official organization that are using technology to help end this form of slavery, I would like to list some of the ways we, in this modern age, can help end this grievous crime. It might be easy to hear the facts about human trafficking, but fall into the false idea that it is simply up to our government and other such groups to deal with this important issue, and this is simply not true, in our technology advanced day and age it is now easier than ever to help do our part to help end this horror. Anyone can and should join in the fight against human trafficking, we can do this by, learning the indicators of human trafficking so you can help identify a potential trafficking victim. Human trafficking awareness training is available for individuals, businesses, first responders, law enforcement, educators, and federal employees, and many others. You can work with a local religious community or congregation to help stop trafficking by supporting a victim service provider or spreading awareness of human trafficking or encourage your local schools to partner with students and include modern slavery in their curricula.
We can counter these events with good conservation management, strong community support and resilience efforts. Even as the ocean is warming, much of the coral cover will still remain. We will see a rise in sea-level but to a limited extent. Working to adapting and mitigating to these climate changes will prove successful. Efficient land-based conservation efforts and sanctuary management work will be crucial for facing these climate
There has been a great global effort to remove invasive species in all places, but the hasty spread of them has made it almost impossible to eradicate a lot of them. I think my group can majorly help with this by educating you all about the seriousness of invasive species. Some of the familiar plants and animals you see every day could be replaced by species from dozens of different countries. This paper will be informing the reader of the effects, solutions, and the history of the many types of species that have invaded Hawaii. So, what is an invasive species?
So, as people who can make a change for the world and start to conserve and preserve water, we can see a great future ahead of us. I believe that learning the science of marine biology will be a great benefit for my future. In Hawaii, there are many valuable resources that we need, including watersheds and saving the coral reefs. I want to be apart of PaCES, because I want to be educated and learn about the marine life. I want to make a change and explore what research can look
I believe Krugman did a great job in representing an important issue and backing up his claims. I do think he could have used more sources and quotes to back up certain points; however, he still presented factual information. I agree that solar and wind power would be an ideal alternative to current practices. Now that it is more cost-effective, government figures should be stepping in since there is physical evidence that fracking is detrimental to the health of humans and this planet. The info graphic in "What Goes In & Out of Hydraulic Fracking," presented some important statistics that supported Krugman’s logic in his article.