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They also account the uneaten pellets left in the water as being a contaminating source. This article explains the importance of this topic because the monitoring of micro-pollutants in our water sour... ... middle of paper ... ...of how much antibiotics they can actually put into the water, that might do some good. Next there will be farm raised antibiotic free fish in the market right next to the organic tomatoes. Since fish is such a big part of much of the worlds diet, I don’t think there will ever be a solution to the decreasing fish population. Each year we hear on the news about fishing restrictions because of the low numbers, but I don’t think the restrictions are helping.
Recently because of the lack of laws commercial fisherman from all over the world have been over-fishing the waters and leaving the Somalis with too few fish to survive. European companies have used this lack of laws as a way to easily dump their waste. This has caused the Somalis living near the water to sicken and to die. The Somalis, with no food, money, or leaders, have had no other option than to turn to piracy. The pirating has, of course, been making the world look down on the Somalis as terrible greedy people but they have no other options to keep their families alive.
It is being dumped straight into the river that the hummingfish swim in. All that gunk builds up and they eventually have to evacuate because they cannot breathe. The carbon cycle, biodiversity and water pollution were only a few of the problems that were addressed in The Lorax (1972). There were many more that could be mentioned. The thing to understand is that by ruining and polluting our resources is not only hurting us in the future, but all the organisms around us.
With thousands of fish commercial or not the... ... middle of paper ... ...on dropped from 1,030 in 1991 to 748 in 2006. The rapid decline of population made many people job suffer. Only for a few years that this town had provided job for people and the buildings that are now extra for the population is money just wasted. Overfishing in the long –term did not give people stability in job work and caused them to be bankrupt. To conclude the fishing industries was a total disaster mainly due to fact of the use modern technology killing fish faster than they can reproduced, the mismanagement of governments not thinking about the future and only caring about short term goals and the overfishing due to fact it made more money is short period of time.
Then after the fish the sea lions started to die off as well because they ate the fish. The toxin starts to travel through the food chain. Another name for domoic acid is “Red Tide.” Toxic algae poison marine mammals that cause the brain to have seizures, stranding and large amounts of deaths. To stop this from happening scientists can find a cure to prevent any more deaths. Pseudo-nitzschia (SUE-doh NICH-e-yah) us a fraction of the thickness of human hair, single cell organism slides through seawater on a layer of mucus and mixes with domoic acid, a neurotoxin.