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MARINE POLLUTION IN THE FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY. Created By: Brandy Curry , Andrew Paciulli, and Justin Perry (So Far). Introduction – J. Perry. Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Description of sanctuary. Established in 1990

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Marine pollution in the florida keys national marine sanctuary

MARINEPOLLUTIONIN THE FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY

Created By:

Brandy Curry, Andrew Paciulli, and Justin Perry (So Far)


Introduction j perry

Introduction – J. Perry


Florida keys national marine sanctuary

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

Description of sanctuary

  • Established in 1990

  • Jointly managed by NOAA and the State of Florida

  • Comprised of 9,844 km2 of water and submerged land

  • Includes sea grass meadows, mangrove-fringed islands, and coral reefs

  • Supports over 6,000 species of plants, fishes, and invertebrates

(Florida Keys Management Areas,2005)


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Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

Water Quality Protection Program

Water quality Monitoring Project

Sea grass Monitoring Project

Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project

Special Projects

(Reef Restoration, NOAA)


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Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

Pollution

  • Waste Water

  • Storm water, runoff contaminants

  • Oil

  • Direct Human Impact

(Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary)


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Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

(NOAA)

Regions effected by pollution:

-Near shore waters

-Marine Habitats

- Seafloor

(NOAA)


Ecosystems effected by the pollution

Ecosystems effected by the pollution

(NOAA)

The Florida Keys contain

- The third longest Coral Reef in the world

- Extensive sea grass beds

- Over 6,000 species of marine life

(NOAA)


What measures can be taken to avoid this type of pollution in the future j perry

What measures can be taken to avoid this type of pollution in the future - J. Perry


Water quality protection program accomplishments

Water Quality Protection Program Accomplishments

  • Monroe County Sanitary wastewater plan

  • Monroe County storm-water plan

  • No discharge zone

  • Mooring fields for vessels

FKNMS Facebook photos


Conclusion j perry

Conclusion – J. Perry


References

References

  • http://floridakeys.noaa.gov

    http://myfwc.com/research/redtide/

    http://coralreef.noaa.gov/threats/pollution/welcome.html


References1

REFERENCES

  • Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Water Quality Protection Program. (2014). Water Quality Monitoring Project (WQMP). Retrieved from http://ocean.floridamarine.org/FKNMS_WQPP/pages/wqmp.html

  • Populations and Ecosystems. (n.d). Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Retrieved from https://www.fossweb.com/delegate/ssi-fosscom/Contribution%20Folders/FOSS/multimedia_ms_1E/PopulationsandEcosystems/ecoscenario/drytort/index.html

  • Florida International University. (2012). Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Water Quality Protection Program. Retrieved from Water Quality Monitoring Project (WQMP) : http://ocean.floridamarine.org/FKNMS_WQPP/pages/wqmp.html

  • NOAA. (2014, February 6). Sanctuaries and climate change. Retrieved from NOAA / National MArine Sanctuaries: http://sanctuaries.noaa.gov/management/climate/welcome.html


Image references

Image References

  • University, Y. (n.d.). Deep sea hydrothermal vents. Expedition To Mid-Cayman Rise Identifies Unusual Variety Of Deep Sea Vents. Yale University, Woods Hole, MA. Retrieved from http://www.terradaily.com/reports/Expedition_To_Mid_Cayman_Rise_Identifies_Unusual_Variety_Of_Deep_Sea_Vents_999.html, on 5 August 2014

  • Wilmington, t. N. (n.d.). The Aquarius underwater habitat and laboratory. The Aquarius Habitat. Florida International University, Miami, FL. Retrieved from http://www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/missions/neemo/aquarius.asp on 5 August 2014

  • Allofs/Corbis, T. (n.d.). Mangrove. Report reveals 'alarming' rate of mangrove habitat loss. Retrieved from http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2008/feb/01/endangeredhabitats.conservation on 5 August 2014

  • Bill Harrigan, 1. D. (n.d.). Before and After. South Carysfort Reef, Florida Keys. trieved from http://www.doublexposure.net/de_beforeafter/south-carysford-reef-florida-keys/ on 5 August 2014


Image references1

Image References

  • Humann., P. b. (n.d.). Roving Diver. ScubaBoard.com, Key Largo. Retrieved from http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/content/586-new-publication-showing-validity-citizen-science-reef-survey-data.html on 5 August 2014


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