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There are many kinds of impacts or threats to the open ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds. Man Made Impacts to the Open Ocean. Man Made vs Natural. Storm Events

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There are many kinds of impacts or threats to the open ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.

Man Made Impacts to the Open Ocean


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Man Made vs Natural ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.

  • Storm Events

    • Storms can change currents and other habitats in the ocean

  • Disease

    • Diseases may make ocean animals sick

  • Algae Blooms

    • Algae can grow very fast into a bloom that is toxic

    • Marine Debris

      • Trash,old fishing gear

  • Noise Pollution

    • Motors, sonar

  • Chemical Pollution

    • Oil spills, toxic waste

  • Today we will concentrate on Marine Debris and Noise Pollution


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    Noise Pollution ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.

    Marine animals, particularly marine mammals and fish, use sound for reproduction, feeding, predator avoidance, and navigation (Popper 2003).

    Marine life uses sound because sound travels 5 times the speed of sound in air. Vision is only useful for tens of meters underwater, yet sound can be heard for hundreds, even thousands of kilometers.

    Noise pollution is any man made noise that might be louder

    than the natural sounds in the ocean!!!


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    Volume Levels of Sounds in the Ocean ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.

    Natural Man Made

    • Wind and waves 85 dB

    • Earthquake 95-135 dB

    • Harp seal call 130 - 140 dB

    • Bottlenose dolphin 150 dB

    • Humpback whale moan 175 dB

    • Gray whale moan 185 dB

    • Large tanker ships 177 dB

      • continuous noise on shipping pathways all over the world

    • Icebreaker ships 183 dB

      • cycling noise primarily in Arctic Ocean, north of Canada, Alaska, and Russia

    • Low frequency sonar 235 dB

      • Continuous pulses of sound used to find navy ships and submarines

    • Seismic oil exploration 210 dB

      • Low pitched pulses of sound, used to find oil in ocean areas world-wide

    Sounds above 90 dB can damage the human ear

    http://scicom.ucsc.edu/SciNotes/9601/OceanNoise/Sounds/Humpback.aiff


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    What does too much noise pollution do??? ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.

    Pilot whale stranding


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    What is Marine Debris??? ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.

    • Floating garbage in the sea

    • Litter on the beach

    • Man-made rubbish that did not get put in a trash can!


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    Why should we care about Marine Debris ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.

    • Marine debris is the #1 killer of all ocean life. Millions of ocean animals die every year.

    • 90% of marine debris is plastic

    • Some plastics may take 450 years to biodegrade

    • You can make a difference!


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    How does marine debris get into ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.the ocean???

    Trash may get washed off the land by rain or rivers, washed off the beach by waves, or dumped at sea by people!


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    What does marine debris do to the open ocean environment?? ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.

    • Entangle

    • Poison

      • Debris like food containers and cigarettes have toxic chemicals

  • Get eaten

    • This is one of the worst ones for birds

    • Think about what plastic bags look like in the water


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    How did this albatross die? ocean. Some are natural, like storms, and some are man made, like pollution. The pictures below show some impacts of both kinds.



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    What YOU can do to help!!! trash might end up

    • Pick up litter

    • Support ocean conservation

    • Recycle

    • Go to beach cleanups

    • Eat less packaged food

    • Use a reusable bag when you go to the store


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