Free Essays on Disadvantages Of Coral Reefs To People

  1. Coral Reefs

    * Coral reefs are underwater structures made from calcium carbonate secreted by corals. Coral reefs are colonies of tiny animals found in marine waters that contain few nutrients. Most coral reefs are built from stony corals, which in turn consist of polyps that cluster in groups. The polyps are like...

  2. The Current Status of Indonesia's Coral Reef

    of the ocean is adored by many people. The multi-colors of the corals, the unique sea creatures and many more have been candy for the eyes and inspiring to the people. But if people like it so much, why do they let it slowly disappear? Right now Indonesia's Coral Reefs are decreasing in a rapid pace...

  3. Impact of Climate Change on Tourism in Small Islands.

    purposes. It is important for income within a country, providing jobs and it may also raise the standard of living within a country but there are few disadvantages like pollution and disruption of natural habitats which may lead to climate change affecting tourism. Small islands which include the Caribbean...

  4. Environmental Effects of Tourism on Thai Coral Reefs

    precious touristic resources; the invaluable industry will soon die out. The following essay will look in depth at the declining state of Thailand’s coral reefs in relation to its continually growing tourism industry, and discuss the reasons for this negative environmental effect. It will then go on to explore...

  5. Geography-Elective-Coast-Notes

    Zealand Coastal Protection Measures Introduction (why do we need coastal protection measures): it has been estimated that around 3.6 billion people or 60 percent of the world’s population live along coasts. Erosion occurs along coasts, which may cause the coast to retreat inland and affect nearby...

  6. Coral Reef Preservation

    Coral Reef Preservation and Protection Coral reefs cover less than 1% of the ocean floor, yet they are the most important habitat in the ocean. More and more coral reefs every are killed every year by careless humans not thinking of the destruction they are causing to the reefs in their paths. Over...

  7. The Pros and Cons of Ecotourism

    protect the environment and improve the welfare of local people (International Ecotourism Society (TIES), 2005). It also follow certain principles such as minimize impact, build environmental and cultural respect, provide financial benefits to local people (TIES, n.d.). Global ecotourism began in 1990, and...

  8. The Great Barrier Reef

    ecosystem—including coral reefs. One that’ being damaged right now, little by little, is none other than the Great Barrier Reef. Who knows—in a few decades, it might even be wiped out. Located in the Pacific Ocean, off the northeastern coast of Australia, is where the Great Barrier Reef lies. It extends...

  9. Essay on TOURISM in kenya

    problems? There is a lot of poverty in certain parts of Kenya as many people (only 31%) have safe drinking water and little food. Their conditions of living are very poor; they have short medical facilities and the patient ratio of 10,000 people per doctor. Kenya is situated in East Africa, in the south of Ethiopia...

  10. The Destruction of the Ocean and its Effects

    factory ships that use sonar instruments and global positioning systems (GPS) to rapidly locate large schools of fish. This has advantages and disadvantages, more food but i every harmful to the oceans. The trawling vessels and machines used can reach depths of 170 kilometers and can store an extraordinarily...

  11. SCI 230 Wk 9 Paper

    Barrier Reef System The Belize Barrier Reef System is located just off the coast lines of the country of Belize. The reef system is the largest in the northern hemisphere, and it is the second largest reef system in the world. The largest is the Great Barrier Reef found in Australia. The reef system...

  12. The Entire Refuge System Faces an Uncertain Future Given Warming Predictions

    see that animals have to make sacrifices to keep on living, just as we must do in the near future. The animals should be an early warning sign to people that our earth is changing quickly and we need to do something about it. If we don’t act soon, there will be no way of going back. The report also...

  13. Comparison

    Eco-tourism operations in New Zealand 1. What are the visitor attractions of the Great Barrier Reef? What issues are there in relation to the planning and management of tourism to the Great Barrier Reef? 2. List the components of ecotourism. * Focus on nature * Minimizing impacts ...

  14. Tourism in Mauritius

    tourism in Mauritius tried to throw some light on the tourism industry presently active in Mauritius. Mauritius is known as a dream destination for many people who look forward to enjoy their holidays in a beautiful environment. Mauritius is the first choice. Tourism industry growing rapidly and vast potential...

  15. Coral Reef in Barbaos

    Caribbean. The reefs around Barbados cover 90 sq km. The west and south coast have an almost continuous bank reef, while corals on the northeast and southeast coast are in the best condition with high diversity but low coral cover. The Reefs at Risk analysis suggests that all the reefs around Barbados...

  16. Extended Response Writing

    the spatial patterns and dimensions of ONE ecosystem at risk that you have studied and analyse the negative human impacts. The coral reef ecosystem of the Great Barrier Reef has many spatial patterns and dimensions and negative human impacts that make it an ideal case study of an ecosystem at risk. ...

  17. Chapter 11 Questions

    restrictions on the killing of marine wildlife. Some restrictions include banning the use of drift nets. People have worked to restore habitats such as mangrove forests, coastal wetlands and coral reefs. International efforts include the International Whale Commission, Turtle Excluder Devices, and the banning...

  18. Geography

    had been cleared by logging. The Ministry of Forestry (MOF) in Indonesia has set aside 900,000 hectares of forest annually in Kalimantan. The local people are involved in replanting in areas affected by fire. Timber companies are required to replant in areas that are logged and pay the cost of replanting...

  19. Ocean Acidification

    that ocean acidification will have negative impacts on the survival of many marine organisms. Lower ocean pH damages the physiological processes of corals, zooplankton, echinoderms, coccolithophores, and mollusks, which depend on calcium carbonate to construct protective skeletons. Fish also will likely...

  20. Kenya Case Study

    beach activities (windsurfing) Great Rift Valley (a valley that divides Kenya downwards the entire country) artifacts of Kenya made by the Masai people Why is Kenya popular with tourists especially those from European countries like France and the UK? This is because of the climate of Kenya which...

  21. Impact of Fossil Fuels on the Environment

    want to spend millions on new technologies when what they currently have they are profiting from. What are the incentives for them to do this when people continue to support the current technology and price points. A fundamental mindset has to be changed and this must be driven by the consumer. Marketing...

  22. Caribbean Studies

    but part of a country) – Guyana, Belize, Suriname * Southern Caribbean * * Society and Culture * Society – Layman. 1. Collection of people living in a geographical area. 2 Rich and influential individuals and their lifestyles. 3. Abstract moral authority on acceptable behaviour * Society...

  23. coral reef

    Coral Reefs   The world has already lost 20 percent of coral reefs worldwide with another 15 percent in critical condition ("Epa", 2012), with this being said protection for the reefs needs to be in place. Coral reefs are a complex and diverse habitat. There are three different types of interesting...

  24. Carbonate Sedimentary Rocks

    compendium of research on carbonate rocks. Displayed are a basic description of carbonate rocks, depositional environments, mineralogy, ancient and modern reefs, diagenesis, facies analysis, and classification. Most carbonate rock classification schemes take into account characteristics that may require intensive...

  25. A Science Case Study

    station. Included here are the marine resource assessment of Cauayan, Negros Occidental; evaluation of coral reef conservation at Maricaban Strait; and various undergraduate and graduate theses on coral recruitment, competition and bleaching. The station also helps in educating the locals on how to help...

  26. What I Would Do

    queen lives, and maybe even mess with the guards a little bit. After that I would Europe and go to Australia, just to see the Outback and the Coral Reef. The Coral Reef and Outback are vast in their wildlife and landscape. Then I would go to Japan, to see what the world of tomorrow in technology is going...

  27. Help Makes a Difference

    the environment, but that’s not good enough. People don’t understand how serious global warming can be. If we don’t do something soon the climate will drastically change, birds and other animals will die, and the air will become polluted. It’s time that people take consideration in the environment instead...

  28. Tsmp

    profile Places visited and activities undertaken Interest in alterative activities Diver experience and dive operators Rating of quality and health of reefs in TSMP Additional comments Willingness-to-pay 2 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 15 17 20 21 2. Discussion and conclusions regarding entry and diving fee...

  29. The Invasive Lionfish

    that is a common attraction throughout saltwater aquariums (Invasive, 2012). Lionfish are rare to see and look much different than most fish. Many people find Lionfish interesting and mystical. This is the reason they are found in many saltwater aquariums. Lionfish are traditionally located in the Indian...

  30. vinte

    ECO-TOURISM CASE STUDY – Costa Rica 1. Geographical Advantages of Costa Rica: Physical: Seven active volcanoes. (Eg: Arenal Volcano) Series of Coral Reefs. Constant warmth. Precipitation of 1500-6000mm a year. Sunny weather. Huge biological diversity in the life - zones. Human: Historical...