Essay on Coral Reef

Coral Reefs

It was a hot sunny day off the Bahamas shoreline when my family and I went snorkeling for the first time. We took a boat out to the coral reef and dove down to find an underwater beauty. There were many different forms of life including colorful fish, different types of coral, white sand and […]

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Parrot Fish

Caparison is a group of appropriates, They are native to warm waters near the Atlantic. Profits are large fish with a unique beak like mouth. Profits get their an me from the form of their mouth. They have 2 beaklike plates, like parrots. They have e even rows of huge, noticeable scales on their bodies. […]

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Coral Reef Adventure

Viewing the elaborate exhibitions of ocean life and biodiversity was an enlightening and entertaining experience. These displays and the Imax film, Coral Reef Adventure, introduced me to the incredible diversity and crucial roles of some of the Earth’s ecosystems. These vivid installations enabled better understanding of the importance of preserving these ecosystems to sustain all […]

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Small Island Developing States

Market Mechanisms and Green Certification: A Case Study of Barbados Michelle McCoy Department of Surveying and Land Information, The university of the West Indies, Trinidad Tourist destinations are under market pressure to offer a green product, including the Caribbean, one of the world’s most tourism-dependent regions. A decade after the Global Conference on the Sustainable […]

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Climate Change, Coral Bleaching and the Future of the World’s Coral Reefs

CLIMATE CHANGE CORAL BLEACHING and the FUTURE of the WORLDOS CORAL REEFS by O V E H O E G H ? G U L D B E R G ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY DIRECTOR, THE CORAL REEF RESEARCH INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY ISBN 90-73361-52-4 Sea temperatures in the tropics […]

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Female Seahorses

Of the many fish of the sea, none is more interesting and unique than the seahorse. Seahorses are classified in the phylum Chordata, subphylum Vertebrata, class Osteichthyes, order Gasterosteiformes, family Syngnathidae, and the genus Hippocampus. The genus name Hippocampus comes from two Greek words; hippos meaning horse and campus meaning monster. Their physical appearance explains […]

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Dynamite Fishing

Lots of people in our country are engaged In many illegal activities Just to earn money. One of this illegal activities is the use of dynamites in catching fish. Some people who do this kind of activity are the ones living near the sea. Dynamite fishing Is one of the methods of catching fish. This […]

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Environmental Effects of Tourism on Thai Coral Reefs

The tourism industry has grown exponentially over the previous twenty years, it is now a worldwide industry, both in terms of tourists and host destinations, and ‘is no longer confined to the developed countries that traditionally provided the demand for world travel’ (Page & Connell, 2006, pp. 4). World leaders have long been recognising the […]

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Muro Ami – College

Muro-Ami Fishing, otherwise known as reef-hunting, is one of the cruelest, most cataclysmic forms of illegal fishing that destroys the coral reefs and exploits children. This practice consequently destroys corals which take whole lifetimes to form and causes the deaths of some of these unfortunate children. For casualties ensuing from these practices (either a kid […]

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