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  • 1. By: AndreaMartinez,Giorgiana Rosas,
  • 2. By: Daniel
  • 3. DESCRIPTION An oil spill is when an amount of petroleum is realeased in anarea where it can cause damage. Oil spills can happen in earth and insea, but they mostly happen in the sea. If they happened in earth itwould be so much easier to clean up. These disasters cause a lot ofpollution.
  • 4. CAUSES• Negligent maintnance• Natural causes• Shipwrecking• Openings in the sea floor• Etc…
  • 5. EFFECTS• Birds die• Fish die• Oceans are polluted• Beaches are contaminated• People get sick if they consume this water
  • 6. SOLUTIONS• Cleaning up the seashore• Especial vacuum cleaners• Especial inflatables• Prevention (maintain petroleum drills at their best shape)
  • 7. By: Giorgiana Rosas
  • 8. DESCRIPTION• Habitat of thousands of marine species• Sea’s rainforest• Co2• Global warming
  • 9. DESCRIPTION 2• 70% destruction , Philippines• 10% have been destroyed• Scientists worry
  • 10. CAUSES• Climate change• Water contamination• Trash• Lack of algae• High temperatures• Pollution• Trash• Destructive fishing
  • 11. EFFECTS• Coral disease• No fish• Coral bleaching• Coral death• Ocean acidification• Species extinction• Change in sea temperature
  • 12. WHAT CAN YOU DO?• Plant a tree• Support reef-friendly businesses• Practice safe and responsible diving/snorkeling• Contact your government representatives• Dispose of your trash properly• Use ecological or organic fertilizers
  • 13. By: Andrea Martinez
  • 14. DESCRIPTION• Depletion• Not enough fish to replenish ocean• Non sustainable• Harmful methods• Careless techniques
  • 15. CAUSES• Unawareness• Negligent fishing• Exploitation
  • 16. EFFECTS• Ecosystem destruction• Bycatch – discards• Fish reduction• Rupture in food web
  • 17. METHODS OF DESTRUCTIVE FISHING• Cyanide fishing• Dynamite fishing• Bottom trawling• Long lining• Ghost fishing• Purse-seine fishing• Shark finning
  • 18. SOLUTIONS• Ban destructive methods• Reduce commercial fishing• Protect key parts in ecosystems• Monitoring and enforcement• Spread the word• Be informed• Know where your fish comes from
  • 19. DESCRIPTIONThe removal or retention of shark fins; usually made into shark fin soup.
  • 20. CAUSESTRADITIONS PROFIT• Shark Fin Soup • $400 Per Kg Trophy Spieces: • $10,000 - $20,000
  • 21. EFFECTS• ExtinctionUnbalanced:• Ecosystem• Food Chain
  • 22. SOLUTIONS• Ban Shark FinningNot Allowed In:• Tuna and Billfish Long line Fishery• Fins must be landed attached
  • 23. BIBLIOGRAPHYOil Spills: Coral Reefs: Overfishing: • http://www.ideaconnection.co• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki • www.coral.org m/solutions/675-Destructive- /Oil_spill • http://www.mycoraltriangle.c fishing-methods.html• http://library.thinkquest.org/C om R0215471/oil_spills.htm • http://overfishing.org/ • http://www.eoearth.org/articl• http://oilspillsolutions.org/ e/Coral_reefs_and_climate_ • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O change verfishing