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Marine Conservation by Mind Map: Marine Conservation
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Marine Conservation

Importance of marine life

Resources

Oil, Can be used for vehicles and planes, Can be used to cook/fry food, Can be burned and used as electricity, Can be used to smoothen gears

Seafood, Crab, Prawn, Crayfish, Fish

Why is marine life important?

Marine life is important as most of our food source such as seafood is being found in waters

Marine pollution

What is marine pollution?

Marine pollution happens when humans or animals litter into the waterways

Litter

oil spills, Oil spills affects marine life in a way that it covers the surface and does not allow air to go in or out, resulting in death of marine animals

Domestic garbage, Plastic debris, Plastic bags, Plastic bottles, Metal debris, Aluminium cans

The items if left

Marine pollution occurs when harmful effects, or potentially harmful effects can result from the entry into the ocean of llychemicals, particles, industrial, agricultural and residential waste, noise, or the spread of invasive organisms

Definition

Dirty or unused things thrown into the sea which harms the marine animals.

Over Fishing

What is overfising?

Catching too many fish that the fish cannot substain their population

The fish get fewer and fewer until there are none to catch

Why is overfishing a problem?

We are losing are losing species as well as entire ecosystems

We are in a risk of losing a valuable foodsource

How to solve the problem

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Set some basic ground rules for sustainable fishery near-shore or high sea

Safe catch limits- determine limit on the total number of fish caught and landed by a fishery

Protection of important habitats

Fish Farming

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