Death of Coral Reefs

Human Dependance Project

Main Issues with the Death of Coral Reefs

There are many reasons that we need Coral Reefs, such as:

1) Many animals in the ocean depend on Coral Reefs for survival.

2) Coral Reefs protect the coastline from damaging waves and tropical storms.

Negative Effects

The Death of Coral Reefs can leave thousands of species of fish without a place to survive.

Humans depend on Coral Reefs as protection from large waves and tropical storms. And Coral Reefs supply many of the fish that we use for food.

Pictures of some dying/dead Coral Reefs

Places affected by the Death of Coral Reefs

The Caribbean is very affected by the Death of Coral Reefs. The Caribbean has lost about 80% of its Coral Reefs.

Wildlife most affected by the Death of Coral Reefs and How they are affected.

Thousands of species of fish are affected by the Death of Coral Reefs. The fish are affected because they use Coral Reefs as a home and a place to find food, so without that they have no place to thrive.

How does the Death of Coral Reefs affect people and does it affect the people of League CIty?

This problem does not currently affect people, but it will in the very near future. Coral Reefs supply humans with a lot of the sea food we eat. So, if all the Coral Reefs are dead we have no supply for a lot of sea food we eat.

What causes the Death the Coral Reefs

Global warming is huge contributor to the Death of Coral Reefs. And some types of fishing can be very harmful to Coral Reefs

Solutions to stop the Death of Coral Reefs

There aren't really any solutions bring back Coral Reefs, but there are some places where Coral Reefs are protected.
CORAL REEFS DYING

Articles about the DEath of Coral Reefs

My soultion to stop the Death of Coral Reefs

Maybe, (I don't know if this actually possible) we could have 'Coral Reef Farms' and we could raise Coral Reefs. And once a Coral is healthy and grown we can relocate it into the ocean and make the area of relocation protected.