"Marine" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Marine Parks

    The issue of whether we should allow marine parks to stay open has been widely debated in our community recently. It is an important issue because it concerns fundamental moral and economic questions about the way we use our native wildlife. A variety of different arguments have been put forward about this issue. This essay will consider arguments for having marine parks and point to some of the problems with these views. It will then put forward reasons for the introduction of laws which prohibit

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  • marine pollution

    Marine Pollution Marine pollution has become a major global issue. It is now becoming a serious concern that the ocean will no longer be a safe place for marine life and humans. There is a growing concern that pollution causes serious problems nowadays particularly health problems. This essay will argue that marine pollution should be addressed immediately. Firstly‚ the causes and the effects will be discussed‚ and some solutions to hoe marine pollution can be reduced. To begin with‚ marine pollution

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  • Marine Biotechnology

    MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY: A DEVELOPMENT FOR THE FUTURE Biotechnology ’s first impacts occurred on a terrestrial level‚ but "there ’s an end to the diversity of terrestrial life. And if you go back and ask a fundamental question: Where on earth does the biodiversity reside‚ you realize it is the ocean (William Fenical‚ Scripps Institution)." Marine biotechnology is defined as "the application of scientific and engineering principles to the processing of materials by marine biological agents to provide

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  • Marine Insurance

    MARINE INSURANCE Marine insurance is the indemnity for the loss of cargo or damage to ships during the shipment. The risks that marine insurance covers are fire‚ seizures‚ wars‚ accidents or causalities which take place over the sea. The winds and waves are not included as risks in the marine insurance. The Indian Marine Insurance Act‚ 1963 is imbibed from the Marine Insurance Act‚ 1906. Though the Marine Insurance Act is deep in its insurance coverage‚ it does not provide for losses that occur

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  • Marine Protection

    The effects of Marine Protected Areas on Recreational fishing‚ with a focus on Temperate waters. Abstract Marine Protected Areas have been realized as a useful tool for the protection of marine eco system and biodiversity all over the world. These Marine Protected areas MPAs limit human activity in the conservation regions in order to protect biodiversity and exploited species. Hence they have a direct effect on recreational activities like fishing‚ bait collection‚ diver collection etc. The

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  • Marine Biologist

    world to choose from.Whether it be pediatrician‚ nfl‚ nba‚ marine biologist.Marine scientists are involved in research‚ analysis and forecasts in relation to the oceans‚ their life forms and coastal areas. They work 73 hours a week. According to carrers.gov it states” Marine biologists with Master’s degrees usually earn around $55‚000 to $75‚000 per year.” Senior marine biologists‚ who usually have PhDs‚ may earn $76‚000 to $94‚000. Marine biologists will be assigned to different tasks‚ but you should

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  • Marine Debris

    Abstract The ubiquitous nature of marine debris is a growing concern worldwide. Continued monitoring of established sites will only lead to a deeper understanding of the complex problem. Beach surveys have been performed at Charlesworth Bay since July 2011. With over 3 years of beach survey data we are able to examine the temporal importance in estimating daily accumulation rates. We continue to identify the types and sources of debris. With an expanding data set experts are able to better

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  • Marine Mammals

    This horrific news brought me to research why the whale turned on its trainer and the information I found made me change my outlook on animal captivity completely. In the ethical debate over marine mammals in captivity there are many conflicting views. The public theme park industries advocate that marine mammal exhibits provide an important role in educating‚ entertaining‚ and conservation; they see nothing wrong with captivity. An increasing number of scientists counter this view and believe that

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  • Marine Mammal Trainer

    Marine Mammal Trainer/Biologist Mikayla and I decided to interview Irene Gilgoff from the Pacific Marine Mammal Center. She is one of the most experienced employees there‚ being there for about fifteen years‚ marine animals are her life. The main parts of Irene’s job include working with the mammal’s hands on and taking care of them throughout the day. The Pacific Marine Mammal Center can be reached at (949) 494-3050 and is located at 20612 Laguna Canyon Road in Laguna Beach‚ California. Also

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  • Marine Bio

    COASTAL MARINE ENVIRONMENT A Research Paper Presented to Prof. Karyl F. Dagoc Department of Biological Sciences College of Science and Mathematics MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology Iligan City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of the course General Ecology Laboratory (Bio 107.2) ALGEN MARI B. CASTAÑETO BS-Bio (Mar) – II Bio 107.2 (C34-2) ABSTRACT The Philippine archipelago is mainly surrounded by marine and/or

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