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marine conservation

Marine Conservation and Environmental Issues

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marine conservation

Postby leahn » Fri Oct 27, 2006 3:37 am

Here are some of the facts which i took from the internet about marine cfonservation.. :)

"Strategies and techniques for marine conservation tend to combine theoretical disciplines, such as population biology, with practical conservation strategies, such as setting up protected areas, as with marine protected areas (MPAs) or Voluntary Marine Conservation Areas. Other techniques include developing sustainable fisheries and restoring the populations of endangered species through artificial means.
Another focus of conservationists is on curtailing human activities that are detrimental to either marine ecosystems or species through policy, techniques such as fishing quotas, like those set up by the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization, or laws such as those listed below. Recognizing the economics involved in human use of marine ecosystems is key, as is education of the public about conservation issues"


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"You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing which you think you cannot do."
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Postby jessica » Tue Mar 03, 2009 6:11 am

Hi..............,
you are absolutely right. Marine is deeply committed to the conservation of the ocean and its marine life. We encourage you to get invloved in marine conservation, whether you spend a weekend celaning up a beach or writing your elected representatives to support environment legislation. Unfortunately, the health of the ocan and marine life is often taken for granted, perhaps because the vast and powerful ocean seems invincible. But it is as vulnerable to harm by human activities as any other environmental realm.
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