Culminate Ocean Pollution!

Big Waters Equal Big Meaning!

What Causes Ocean Pollution? And How Does It Affect Society's Health?

Ocean pollution is normally caused by...

*black water (sewage)

*gray water

*ballast water

*anti-fouling paints

*commercial garbage

*pollution from ships

*habitat destruction


It Affects Our Health By...

*Makes Us Humans Ill

*Oxygen Levels are decreasing for marine animals, due to human resource's (caused by factories)

*Sunlight is Low

*Run off is High

*We and Animals are inhaling harmful substances

How Does It Affect Our World? And What An Expert Has To Say...

It Affects Our World By...

*Economy risks are higher due to the lack of selling of seafood (because it isn't safe to consume)

*Resources are Low

*1.1 billion lack water access

*2.4 billion don't have good sanitation

*Animals and People are being harmed by the garbage in the water

What Professor Robert P. Mason Believes...

*It is important to realize that achieving a 20% decrease in mercury deposition will require substantial cuts in current anthropogenic emissions, given the already very sizeable build-up of mercury in terrestrial environments and ocean waters,” said Robert P. Mason, Ph.D., professor of marine sciences at the University of Connecticut.

*He means that mercury is damaging, and could increasingly become the main damage of the marine waters.

How We Can Advocate/ Prevent Ocean Pollution? And Work Cited

We Can Advocate and Prevent Ocean Pollution By...

*Follow laws being required by law to protect and leave oceanic ecosystems alone

*Recycle instead of dumping waste in the ocean

*Not dumping harmful matter into oceanic ecosystems

Work Cited...

*"EPA." Marine Water Quality. EPA, 21 May 2014. Web. 08 Apr. 2015.

*"EPA." Protecting the Marine Environment. EPA, 12 June 2014. Web. 06 Apr. 2015.

*"EPA." Protecting the Marine Environment. EPA, 12 June 2014. Web. 08 Apr. 2015.

*"Ocean Regulatory Programs." Ocean Regulatory Programs. EPA, 20 Mar. 2012. Web. 06 Apr. 2015.

*"Research." Reproductive Health Matters 20.40, Sexual and Reproductive Morbidity: Not a Priority (2012): 223-24. Environmental Health Perspectives, Mar. 2011. Web. 10 Apr. 2015.

*"WWF - Endangered Species Conservation." World Wildlife Fund, 2015. Web. 10 Apr. 2015.