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To Next Slide Unit 6 Chapter 13 Lesson 3 Protecting the Coastal Environment 20 Questions!
To Next Slide Flat land without trees that stays frozen most of the year. tundra
To Next Slide What kind of land is found on the Arctic Coastal Plain? tundra.
To Next Slide Oil slick The film of oil that coats the water after an oil spill.
To Next Slide How can oil from an oil spill harm a coastal environment? It pollutes water, kills fish, and other animals, and covers beach.
To Next Slide A person who offers to do something without pay. Volunteer
To Next Slide Why did volunteers offer to help clean up the Alaska beaches? The volunteers believed that as citizens they had a duty to help clean up the environment.
To Next Slide What did Billy Day do about the problems caused by the oil spill? He shoveled oil-soaked sand into bags, and he spent his own money to build a machine to wash the oil off the rocks.
To Next Slide Low-lying land where the water level is always near or above the surface of the land. Wetlands
To Next Slide An area of land set aside to protect animals and other living things. Wildlife refuge
To Next Slide What actions have the people taken to help protect the coastal environment? Worked for laws to protect coasts, wetlands, dumping wastes, and control water pollution.
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Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Dillon Mackenzie. How big was the spill? How big was the spill you ask? Well, the Exxon Valdez oil tanker hit Alaska’s Bligh Reef.
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Protecting Our Oceans by Jeanette Leardi. Introduction Oil pours out and forms a thick blanket on the water. The spill has polluted clean water and cause.
Chapter 4. Natural Resources Natural Resources are materials found in nature that people can use.
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Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 5 People and the Environment
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Ocean Pollution. How oceans get polluted 1)Most of the pollution is from the land (runoff into rivers than the ocean) 2)Coastal areas are a problem. 3)Ships.
Non point source pollution -comes from many sources -human activities- storm water runoff, runoff from agriculture and industry. storm water runoff, runoff.
International Migratory Bird Day What is HABITAT? (hab-i-tat) An area where an animal or plant finds the food, water, shelter, and living space.
U.S. Regions and Landforms Chapter 1, Lesson 1. U.S. Regions.
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To Next Slide Unit 3 Chapter 6 Lesson 4 Islands and People 20 Questions!
Governments, organizations and more are trying to protect the Sea Otters. Laws were made so hunters could no longer hunt them in certain areas.
Chapter 4 Land, Water and Air Resources Section 3 Water Pollution and Solutions Notes 4-3.
Chapter 5 Life in Ecosystems. Lesson 1: What Are Habitats and Niches? Habitats Habitats The natural environment where an organism lives. The natural environment.
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Global Environment Corey McCrary & Kevin Harris. An oil spill is the release of a liquid petroleum hydrocarbon into the environment, especially marine.
Danielle Ruff Cartersville Elementary School 3 rd Grade.
Ocean coasts support plant and animal life. Section 4.1C.
Waves and wind batter the coast. In some places the waves erode the land along the coast. This high cliff has rocks that have tumbled down.
Bellringer Describe the different plants and animals in the salt water aquarium show in the picture. What requirements do the fish in the aquarium need.
California State Standards 3.a – Students know most of Earth’s water is present as salt water in the oceans, which cover most of Earth’s surface. 3.b.
The Hudson Bay Lowlands By Priya Vegetation Hudson Bay and James Bay has long marshes Reed, grasses various kind grow there Northern part of region most.
Water Pollution is when chemical, contaminants or any substance pollutes water so that it is not fit to consume, fish in or s water. wim in, basically.
How Can We be Doctors and Keep Our Earth Healthy?.
To Next Slide Unit 3 Chapter 6 Lesson 3 Life Along the Gulf Coast 20 Questions!
Water Pollution By: Paloma,Carlos, and Daisy. What Causes Water Pollution? Water Pollution is mostly caused by us humans! If we keep dumping trash into.
Conservation and Pollution. Essential Questions How do I identify distinguish, and correct effects of pollution? What are the effects of pollution on.
Physical Geography Chapter 3: Physical Geography.
All about what oil pollution does to plants, humans and creatures.
Oil Pollution in Venezuela. How it Happens An oil spill is the release of a liquid petroleum hydrocarbon into the environment due to human activity, and.
Trash and the earth By Brittany Loving. A pollutant is any substance that, when in an environment, poisons our air, land and water.
To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 10 Lesson 4 Sharing A River 20 Questions!
The Oil Pollution Act of 1990 A National Law By: Jordan Conger.
Library Project By Sera Look Hong 1L Introduction to MY AMAZING PROJECT. When I told Ms. Heywood what I was planning to do, she showed me this video.
Water Pollution Unfortunately, pollutants enter the Earth ’ s systems of rivers, lakes, and oceans every day. Sometimes this is due to careless acts by.
Regions of North Carolina North Carolina is divided in three distinct regions. Mountains Piedmont Coastal Plain.
By: Alex Dominguez. The oil spill has affected people in many ways. Like oil has covered the beaches and people cannot go in the water.
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