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Marine pollution

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1. How Marine pollution changed the beauty of world.
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2. Causes & Effects of :
a.Toxic Ocean Pollutants.
b.Marine Garbage.
c.Sewage Disposal in Ocean.
d.Non-Point Pollutants.

3.Origin.

4.Conventions to prevent it.

5.Various prevention measures:
a.Green infrastructure approach.
b.Septic tank.
c.Dissolved air flotation.
d.Urban runoff.

6.Conclusion.

Regards to all.

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  • 1. Marine Pollution Ambarish Hazarnis Chintan Shah Bhagyashree Deokar
  • 2. Introduction
    • The sea is indispensable to life on earth
    • Coral reefs.
    • Marine accidents potentially cause serious harm .
  • 3. What has Happened & What can happen
  • 4. What has Happened & What can happen
  • 5. What has Happened & What can happen
  • 6. What has Happened & What can happen
  • 7. What has Happened & What can happen
  • 8. Causes :
    • Toxic Ocean Pollutants:
      • Sources : The leaking of landfills, dumps, mines and farms.
      • Enters our food chain .
      • Lead: Affects brain, kidneys.
      • Effects :
      •     Food poisoning .
  • 9. Causes :
    • Marine Garbage :
      • Virtual dumping ground for trash.
      • Fishing nets, plastics, general household garbage.  
      • Animals sometimes eat trash products and die.
      • Effects :
    • Depletes the oxygen
  • 10. Causes :
    • Sewage Disposal in Ocean
      • Great Stink of London
      • Nutrient loading  in the ocean ecosystem .
      • Effects :
      • Poisoning of shellfish fisheries.
  • 11. Causes :
    • Non-Point Pollutants
      • Sources : Farmland, Industries, Urban & Atmospheric Runoffs .
      • Eutrophication.
      • Effects :
      • Contaminate coastal swimming areas and seafood,
      • spreading cholera, typhoid and other diseases
  • 12. The origin of various sources of pollution are listed below :
  • 13. Conventions :
    • London Convention
    • 1973 Convention
    • The Protocol of 1997 
    • The 2006 amendments
  • 14. Prevention & Control :
    • Spills - Detection and Cleanup
      • Strict discipline
      • emergency contingency plan
      • Oil spill clean up equipment
  • 15.
    • Domestic sewage
      • Green infrastructure approach
      • Septic tank
  • 16.
    • Industrial wastewater treatment
      • Dissolved air flotation
  • 17.
    • Urban runoff
      • Best management practices
  • 18. Conclusion:
    • What is our future ?
    • Preserve the continental biotopes.
    • Brighter future for our oceans .
  • 19.  

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