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Topics (1-5 of 618)

  1. ISSUES: Pollution and Degradation (4%)
  2. USES: Human Settlements on the Coast: Physical Alterations: Types of Physical Alterations: Deposition (4%)
  3. USES: Recreation and Tourism: Impacts of Tourism: Biodiversity (3%)
  4. ISSUES: Governance: Effects of Land-based Activities (3%)
  5. USES: Fisheries and Aquaculture: Ecosystems: Coastal and Marine Ecosystems: Types of ecosystems (3%)

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Related Knowledge (1-10 of 3877)

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  2. Widespread Floating Plastic Debris Found in the Western North Atlantic Ocean (News) (17%) 

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  4. Trash in world’s oceans threatens wildlife, economy and human health, UN warns (News) (13%) 

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  6. Hawaii Removes 125 Tons of Marine Debris (News) (12%) 

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  8. Sea Turtle Foundation (Websites) (11%) 
    Today’s sea turtles face problems at a scale they have never had to deal with before- habitat destruction, pollution, marine debris, climate change, disease, fishing activities and hunting. Sea Turtle Foundation is working to make sure there are turtles for tomorrow.

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  10. The Health of the Oceans (Documents) (11%) 
    The Health of the Oceans report discusses the most pressing issues in ocean conservation and management.

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  12. Plastic eating microbes may help marine debris sink (News) (10%) 

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  14. Ballast waters: pollution and invasive species (Documents) (10%) 

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  16. Turtle Trials. The story of a sea turtle's migration (Multimedia) (10%) 
    A 12 minute video about the migration of sea turtles and the dangers they face on land and in the ocean - marine debris, beach disturbance and light pollution

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  18. Marine Debris as a Global Environmental Problem: Introducing a solutions based framework focused on plastic (Documents) (9%) 
    The focus of this document is on land-based sources and types of plastic debris which represent the major debris components in many regions of the world.

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  20. Impacts of marine debris on biodiversity (Documents) (9%) 
    Current status and potental solutions

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Referenced URLs (6-10 of 4230)

  1. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/08/100819141915.htm(3%)
    Referenced By: Widespread Floating Plastic Debris Found in the Western North Atlantic Ocean
  2. http://www.gpa.unep.org/(3%)
    Referenced By: UNEP Global Plan of Action
  3. http://www.gpa.unep.org(3%)
    Referenced By: UNEP-GPA
  4. http://www.oceansatlas.com/unatlas/uses/uneptextsph/wastesph/2587gs71025litter.html(3%)
    Referenced By: Litter
  5. http://www.oceansatlas.com/unatlas/uses/uneptextsph/wastesph/2587gs71025litter.html(3%)
    Referenced By: Litter

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