Humans and Coral Reefs
Humans and Coral Reefs PAD 3003-01
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Leah Burkett on Saturday October 10, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PAD 3003-01 at Florida State University taught by Jiasheng Zhang in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 14 views.
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Date Created: 10/10/15
Humans and Coral Reefs Sediment from the land 0 Sediment from deforested land kills reefs Excess nutrients from the land 0 Fertilizers and sewage boost nutrient levels 0 Excess nutrients fuel algal growth Oil Pollution o Smothers corals killing hem 0 Red Sea reefs are thriving Persian Gulf reefs suffer from oil poHu on 0 Oil and tar throughout a region on currents Over shing 0 Natural defenses are no match for metal weapons 0 When humans capture too many herbivorous shes 0 Using SCUBA eliminates refuges in deep water 0 Spawning aggregations cant hide from imaging technology A Recovery of their populations becomes more dif cult B Fleshy algae can grow freely an smother coral C Other herbivores such as sea urchins might have more food D Tourists nd diving on the reefs less Destructive Fishing techniques 0 Explosives used to extract large sh destroy reefs 0 Shrimp farms harvests come at massive cost in energy and environmental destruction Tourism 0 Coastal development can kill reefs o Reefs are often damaged by tourist divers Global Climate Change 0 Zoox leave their corals when water is too warm bleaching 0 Global warming is driven by carbon dioxide increases due to Burning fossil fuels Destroying forests Diseases Coral Bleaching A Occurs when shers try to ush sh form the reef frame sing too much bleach Conserve Mangroves and seagrass C Is periodically required in 1 Describe one problem that humans order to allow the corals are causing for coral reefs to reproduce Humans destroy coral reefs when they go scuba D Looks very sticking but diving without training has no physiological 2 And brie y explain what we can do effects on the corals to solve it E Has always been part of New scuba divers and tourists need to be trained the natural life cycle of before they go into the water reef buildind corals
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