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Unformatted text preview: Ocean Geographies 1. Ocean Spaces: Separation and Connection 2. Ocean Resources 3. Ocean Pollution 4. Ocean and Climate Change Forest farming produces a diverse landscape- 2 main trends- Tree plantations- Landscape simplifications- Expansion of protected areas- Oceans make continents - Movement- Easier to move by boat than across land- Colonial shipping- Moved goods- Moved people- Slave trade, settlers, moved armies- Often controlled more coastal territories- Technology of how people move- Used winds to move from one place to another- Powered by wind- Not all fishing is the same- Some people make their living through fishing- Always men- One older one younger- Women sell the fish- Local trawlers- Hire about ten workers and go out for a few days- Exported- Industrial fisheries - Blue fin tuna- Over fished- Affects many fisheries around the world- People used to think that the fish would always be there- Charismatic mega fauna- In the 1970s people were going after them with industrial methods...
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- Spring '08