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GEOG 1000 - Lecture 4 - Jan. 16, 2012

GEOG 1000 - Lecture 4 - Jan. 16, 2012 - Ocean Geographies 1...

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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 - Green peace protestors - Around the world there has been a 90 percent decline in the number of predator fish - Depleting oceans - Number of fish in Thailand has declined by over 90 percent
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