Coral Reef Nemo Endangered 100% Cotton Beach Towel
Coral Reef Nemo Endangered Beach Towel
- How is the Coral Reef Being Affected? Some marine biology studies have said that the incipient reef grows at a rate of about 2 to 7 mm per year along the shore. Corals are very sensitive to environmental changes. Too much sediment, sand or clay in the water can kill them. Therefore, coral reefs do not grow near the mouths of the rivers. And with the rise of storms, hurricanes and temperatures in general, many experts have predicted that over 50% of the coral reefs in the underwater world can be destroyed in 2030 (it's just 20 years from now). As proof of this, many divers and snorkels have witnessed white corals or coral bleaching, which is a living sign of stress corals. When bleaching begins, corals tend to continue to fade, even if the stressor is removed. While most reef areas recovered with relatively low levels of coral death, some sites suffered severe injuries, with up to 90% of corals being killed. Environmental changes or global warming are not the only causes of coral death. As we mentioned earlier, a coral reef is a habitat for a large number of other animals and plants that come together in harmony in the underwater world. But choosing fish on coral reefs eliminates a group of fish and makes some others overcrowded. Example: Fishing lobsters that have in their diet sea urchins create an overpopulation of sea urchins that will go all over the reef and eat all sorts of algae, including those accompanying the corals. Other large coral killers are the boat's anchor, the removal of corals for souvenirs or jewelry and the most destructive - the removal of corals for large aquariums and home-made aquariums. Mariculture businesses, including coral farms, represent only a small part of the overall current market for coral trade for aquariums. As a solution, many governments now prohibit the removal of reef coral to reduce damage to the underwater world, and also prohibit travelers from carrying corals souvenirs or jewelry. Some governments also have limited fishing in areas protected much like the design of national parks. For example, the Great Barrier Reef, Galapagos Islands and Belize Barrier Reef have been designated as protected by nominating a World Heritage List. There are also many associations that work with new technology to increase the coral delivery in the underwater world. Some are very impressive, like: The low electrical voltage on seawater to dissolve minerals such as white carbonate (aragonite) which is the same mineral that forms natural coral reefs. Also reef balls that are artificial reefs made of balanced microsilica concrete and are classified to create a coarse surface structure, to promote sedimentation of marine organisms such as corals, algae, coral algae and fungi. It is said that a small effort from each person can make a horrible change. Here are some points from a diver's perspective to helping the underwater world. Volunteer Dive responsible Protect the environment Help educate others Participate in your local diving center in the beach and underwater preparations in your.