The speaker provided sufficient amount of details and real examples to explain her points. Some information was very helpful, for example, what are the US Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) and their usefulness for the Pacific islands; how is life in fishing boats in open oceans, what does US do to regulate IUU? She also showed many interesting photos, for example, auction port in Hawaii and the exorbitant $736,000 giant tuna. Overall, the presentation was aesthetically pleasant, well organized and professional. Although, the presentation was interesting, I would like to see some data on IUU (i., e., what is the extent and rate of IUU, how many cases NOAA prosecute and settle per year?)
Rhetorical Analysis The main idea of my paper is the description of a turtle beach. It was great idea to write about the turtle beach because it seemed to offer many positive and negatives. This allowed me to express my own feelings, both agreeable and disagreeable. The landscape is very picturesque, but the appearance of the certain aggravators do not let enjoy the moment. My story starts with a description of the natural environment, which made my mood.
He is invested in the fact that he is wild and free like the ocean. Often, the reader sees him act like the ocean. He wants to be free on the llano and to not be held back by the town. Another character that water is used to represent is Cico. When he is telling Tony about the mysterious Hidden Lakes, he is also telling about himself.
ROVs can be helpful to our environment. They help us get unhealthy items off of the sea floor and out of our oceans. As I said before, there are many people who say the ROVs are worth our time. They make a living off of these ROVs! Now that you've learned more about ROVs do you agree that they are valuable or
However, in the eyes of the speaker they see the opposite. Because the ocean is such a strong, powerful force of nature, the speaker thinks that whether the ocean is ferocious or serene, it is still something worth worshipping or admiring. Perhaps the admiration comes from the ocean’s ability to change its reputation so quickly, yet be adored and treasured by people all over the world. After listening to the speaker’s portrayal of the ocean, it is noticeable that they are absolutely awestruck. The speaker talks about the ocean with such veneration, making it evident that the ocean, being a strong force of nature can eventually make others appreciate its mere
In his quote “Now, of course, lobster is posh, a delicacy, only a step of two down from caviar.” (Wallace, 55) Wallace in ensuring the audience that everyone in society is on the same page when it comes to eating lobster. But actually what this quote does is exhibit irony because of the oozing confidence in the statement , which provokes the audience to ask the question “Everyone eats lobster, don't they?” Later in his article Wallace added to the ironic tone when using the quote “But they are themselves good eating” (Wallace, 55) In that quote he was practically suggesting that lobsters taste so good so everyone should eat them without thinking twice. Where what he was really saying was “Hey their good eating. Right?”, which adds to his argument because it shows that people don't even associate lobster with life they just associate it with being delicious
Open marine waters are free from Salmonella but estuaries and contaminated coastal waters may harbor the pathogen. High incidence of Salmonella spp. in gills was reported by Prinyaka (2014). 16 % (5.92) of 37 yellowfin tuna examined by Jianadasa B.K.K.K. (2014) showed positive results which could have been the result of direct contact between contaminated water.
The more Waverly shows off her world, the more obvious the mutual nescience of culture between Americans and Chinese is. Waverly claims Old Li had once “cured a woman dying of an ancestral curse that had eluded the best of American doctors” (Bausch 1491). American doctors do not hold stock in ancestral curses, only science. But to the Chinese that diagnosis is completely sensible. Conjointly, when she explores the local seafood market “crowded with doomed fish and turtles struggling to gain footing on the slimy green-tiled sides,” she also sees a sign stating, “Within this store, is all for food, not for pet.” When tourists come visit Chinatown, they think they’re in a pet store.
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
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. Without these medications, a lot more of the human population will be in danger without medication to have when they are sick.
The problems do not stop here. Research has shown that sunscreen is having a negeative impact on the health of coral reefs. Trash is dumped and left on beaches daily. Oil spills and boat use disrupt fish and marine life. Erosion has become a big consern for the stability of beaches.
Grandview Avenue Economic Community Development Corporation or simply Grandview Ave is a local Greater Orlando non-profit organization that helps provide housing for individuals whom are homeless or families in desperate need of a stable environment. Surfrider is a foundation based on protecting our oceans and beaches. Their goal is to maintain a clean environment by the coast, as well as enlighten others about the dangers of polluting our ecosystem. Although these two non-profits are categorized as two completely different types of organizations, they are also very similar when it comes to making Central Florida a better environment. One aspect of the two non-profits that can be contrasted is the purpose and goals of them.