Marine habitats are in grave danger due to humans and Mother Nature

Marine habitats are in grave danger due to humans and Mother Nature

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Marine habitats are in grave danger due to humans and Mother Nature. Hurricanes, typhoons, storm surges, and tsunamis are factors in which contributes to the destruction of marine habitats and are caused by Mother Nature. Human’s destruction to these habitats is much worse due to the fact that Mother Nature’s destruction is mostly temporary, while humans leave more of a lasting footprint on the habitats because of our persistence. (National Geographic, n.d.). Marine habitat destruction caused by humans are wetlands being filled for further development, runoff water which carries chemicals, pollutants, and wastes are pumped back into the water without treatment, destructive fishing techniques, tourism, and ships. I feel that these issues need to be dealt with before it is too late. I believe the people that go fishing in the ocean take more than there supposed to. I do not know that much about the industry but unless you have someone checking each boat you can make all the laws you want but if there is no body checking them I
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 275 taught by Professor Pam during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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