Ocean Pollution

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Information about Ocean Pollution

Published on April 11, 2008

Author: derrallg

Source: slideshare.net

Ocean pollution What it’s doing to our world Presented by: Kendall, Ashley, Kimberly

Introduction Sea debris How ocean pollution is affecting wildlife Contributions from oil spills

Sea debris

How ocean pollution is affecting wildlife

Contributions from oil spills

Sea debris Beach litter Starts as air pollution 80% comes from land Oil from cars

Beach litter

Starts as air pollution

80% comes from land

Oil from cars

Sea Debris picture

How it affects wildlife Oil spills and and beach litter Suffocates plants and animals Stays on birds feathers Birds eat oil and are soon to die in 24 hours Crabs change lifestyle

Oil spills and and beach litter

Suffocates plants and animals

Stays on birds feathers

Birds eat oil and are soon to die in 24 hours

Crabs change lifestyle

How it affects wildlife picture

Oil spills Some spill on purpose Birds try to clean themselves Otters and seals fur gets colder and dies Whales can’t breathe

Some spill on purpose

Birds try to clean themselves

Otters and seals fur gets colder and dies

Whales can’t breathe

Oil Spill Picture

Conclusion The oceans and beaches can be saved Be responsible for your actions Do not litter even on land Help save animals HAPPY EARTHDAY~!

The oceans and beaches can be saved

Be responsible for your actions

Do not litter even on land

Help save animals

HAPPY EARTHDAY~!

Bibliography “ Dangerous Debris and what you can do about it” By:Jason and Shannon Jordan ( http://see-the-sea.org/topic/pollution/debris/dangerous_debris.htm ) “ Ocean facts on Runoff pollution” By: NOAA ( http://www.yoto98.noaa.gov/facts/pollut.htm ) Oil Spills By: Novi Meadow Elementary ( http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0215471/oil_spills.htm ) Buried, residual oil is still affecting wildlife decades after a spill By: Media Relations ( http://www.whoi.edu/page/do?pid=12467&tid=282&cid=25746 )

“ Dangerous Debris and what you can do about it” By:Jason and Shannon Jordan ( http://see-the-sea.org/topic/pollution/debris/dangerous_debris.htm )

“ Ocean facts on Runoff pollution” By: NOAA ( http://www.yoto98.noaa.gov/facts/pollut.htm )

Oil Spills By: Novi Meadow Elementary ( http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0215471/oil_spills.htm )

Buried, residual oil is still affecting wildlife decades after a spill By: Media Relations ( http://www.whoi.edu/page/do?pid=12467&tid=282&cid=25746 )

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