Great Barrier Reef essays

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The Great Barrier Reef is located off the east coast of the Queensland mainland, Australia with a latitude of -18.193182° N and longitude of 147.45079° E. The reef covers 344,400 square kilometres earning the title of world’s largest reef, containing 900 islands stretching for over 2,300 kilometres and over 2,900 individual reefs. (figure 1) The reef is under great threat...
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Good Morning members of the Raise Your Voice youth forum. Just like you, I fear for the future. A future in which if we do not solve our climate crisis and stop being so arrogant to pretend that climate change isn't a problem, much of our beloved earth will be changed forever. I, just like many of you, have had...
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Eutrophication is the situations where nutrient enrichment, increased algal growth and/or increased organic production rates have resulted in change in benthic community structure. This definition is derived from Bell et al. (2007) and international eutrophication assessments (Foden et. Al 2010). This has been a problem since the first European settlers arrived in 1850s and started expanding their agricultural practices, increasing...
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Market failure is a situation in which the allocation of goods and services by a free market is not efficient, often leading to a net social welfare loss (Ryans, 2015). Market failure problems revolve around, and/or are reflected in, risk and uncertainty, imperfect and asymmetric information, incompletely specified property rights, collective or public goods, externalities, economies of scale and monopolies,...
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The blaring foghorn erupted behind me as the ship started to inch out of the dock. The morning light shimmered on the tropical waters, like stars shining in the night sky. We left the port of Cairns, Australia at midmorning when it was bustling with traffic, bound on course to the Great Barrier Reef. Boats of different sizes and shapes...
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The following research was conducted in order to assess the effect(s) caused by the depletion of a specific predator, the Green Sea Turtle, in the Andros Barrier Reef on the coral reef growth of coral reefs and survival. More specifically a cascading top down effect on the coral reef ecosystem is inferred, since Green Sea Turtles both directly and indirectly...
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