Sea Essays

Gift from the Sea

“One should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach—waiting for a gift from the sea. ” — Anne Morrow Lindbergh Gift from the Sea (17). Although some may see the differences in my life’s goals and objectives to be far greater than the similarities of that of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, commonalities between our goals and lives do exist. I feel that I am a motivated and ambitious person in my own right, although my personal career path is leading me…

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Battle to Save the Seas

Once upon a time there lived a naughty boy who lived in a cottage near the sea with his parents that loved polluting the sea. His parents were one of his biggest inspirations when it came to polluting the sea. Every time they needed to dump garbage, they’d dump it in the sea. Soon the sea was filthy and organism died so therefore, it caused them lack some food too because they loved eating fishes from the sea that was…

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Global Warming Will Lower Sea Levels

Those who are highlighting the danger of global warming would not hesitate to relate it to a high sea level rise simply because according to their premise when there is global warming it affects both the Arctic and Antarctic regions, whereby the melting ice will eventually raise the sea level. The IPCC, the UN branch office that deals with scientific research had predicted a 20 inches sea level rise around the year 2100 and it is obvious that it has…

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Impact of Sea Power Upon History

Introduction “The profound influence of sea commerce upon the wealth and strength of countries was clearly seen long before the true principles which governed its growth and prosperity were detected. ” (Mahan 2004) Water covers over three-fourths of the earth’s surface. The entire human civilization lives on the remaining one-fourth area of earth. And only 3% of the entire water present on the earth’s surface is fresh water. This leaves most of the remaining part of earth’s water area, as…

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The Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea is located in an inland depression on the border of Europe and Asia1. It is the largest enclosed sea in the world, with a catchment area of 3. 5 million square kilometers, and is brackish, with salinity up to 13. 7 ‰1. The significant changes in water levels that occur combined with the presence of large shallow areas constitute a potential threat to biodiversity and to the many endemic species1. The rate of biological endemism in the…

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