Marine Pollution Seminar Report With PPT

INTRODUCTION

The sea, which covers around 70 per cent of the earth’s surface, is home to millions of fish, crustaceans, mammals, microorganisms, and plants. It is a vital source of food for both animals and people. Thousands of birds rely on the sea for their daily food supplies. Fishermen throughout the world catch over 90 million tonnes of fish every year, and in many developing countries, fish is the principal source of protein. Oceans are the large area on the planet that covers more than one-third of the earth’s total surface. However, the increasing human activities have affected them greatly and lead to the ocean or marine pollution. In this article, we will explain this term in detail.

DOCUMENT IN COMPRESSED FILE

“Marine Pollution” Seminar Report

Page Length: 15 Pages

Contents:

  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Defining Marine Pollution
  • Main Causes Of Marine Pollution
  • Effects Of Marine Pollution On Living Marine Resources
  • Impact On Coastal Activities
  • Remedies Under The Indian Legal System
  • Conclusion
  • References

Include with “Marine Pollution ” PPT

Page Length: 29 Pages

Contents:

  • What is Marine Pollution ??
  • Health of Marine Life
  • Ways of Pollutant Inputs
  • Surface Run-off
  • Ship’s pollution
  • Atmospheric pollution
  • Deep Sea Mining
  • Human Impacts On Marine Environments
  • How to Protect Marine Life ?
  • Oil Pollution
  • Garbage Pollution
  • Accidental Loss or Discharge of Fishing Gear
  • Plan To Reduce And Store Your Garbage
  • Garbage Waste Management Onboard
  • Shore Facilities
  • Solution to pollution
  • References

Size : 1.06 MB 

Price :   ₹ 30/-



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