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Papers On Oceanography, Aquaculture, & Coastal Topography
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Overfishing, Sharks, and Biodiversity
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An 8 page overview of the impacts of overfishing on sharks and other species, some of which might not be immediately obvious as to their relation with the shark. Emphasizes that our oceans are fascinating testaments to the complexity and interrelationships of living organisms, that they are comprised of a number of interrelated components, each with its own ecological value. Details possible impacts to both open water diversity and coral reef biodiversity as a result of the overfishing of sharks. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Pacific Palisades (Los Angeles County): Geographical Components
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7 pages in length. The writer discusses architecture, coastal pollution and mass transit as they relate to Pacific Palisades. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCPacifPal.rtf

Puffer Fish
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A 5 page paper which examines the exotic and poisonous fish also known as a blowfish, globefish and is served as an extravagant and dangerous Japanese sushi-like delicacy. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TGpuffer.rtf

Red Tide: Impact Upon Mammals, Humans And Tourism
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3 pages in length. Man's constant quest to advance his own species has typically been realized at the expense of all others in the plant and animal kingdom; only when the detrimental impact of humanity's selfish actions ultimately impact homosapiens is any thought given to fixing the problem. Such is the case with the phenomenon known as red tide whereby a toxic algal bloom caused by any number of man-made instigators poisons food sources and threatens the lives of those who consume the tainted delicacies. Inasmuch as the sea sustains all life - whether on land or in the water - its contribution to world survival equates to food, natural resources, drinking water and the protection of endangered species, a role it cannot play if its waters are full of red tide toxins. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCRedTide.rtf


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