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Marine Litter in Indonesia

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Marine debris accumulation in the nearshore marine habitat of the endangered Hawaiian monk seal, Monachus schauinslandi 1999-2001 . Marine Pollution Bulletin, Vol. 46, pp. 1385-1394 Boren, L. J., M. Morrissey, C. G. Muller and N. J. Gemmell. 2006. Entanglement of New Zealand fur seals in man-made debris at Kaikoura, New Zealand . Marine Pollution Bulletin, Vol. 52, pp. 442-446. Bourne, W. R. P. and M. J. Imber. 1982. Plastic pellets collected by a prion on Gough Island, Central South Atlantic Ocean . Marine Pollution Bulletin, Vol. 13, No.1, pp. 20-21 Bowman, D., N. Manor-Samsonov and A. Golik. 1998. Dynamics of litter ...
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10 million pieces of trash plucked from water in 1 day « Fire Earth
“We saw flip-flops washing ashore on these islands in far northern Norway near the Arctic Circle,” said Cousteau, an environmentalist. “People don’t wear flip-flops in the Arctic, at least not if they’re sane.” Half a million volunteers around the world retrieved 10,239,538 pieces of trash from our ocean, lakes and waterways in a single day, September 19, 2009. The trash weighed about 3.4 million kg (7.4 million pounds), a tiny fraction of the total marine litter. Most of marine trash starts on land. Clean This! Citarum River, Indonesia.  More than 500 factories along the banks of the ... market research, surveys and trends
Press Releases May 2009 - Stemming the Tide of Marine Waste with ...
From paying fishermen to 'fish for litter' to laws banning food vendors from using plastic cups and plates in coastal parks, governments and local authorities around the world are increasingly turning to market-based instruments to cut litter and waste entering the sea. These are among the findings from a new UN Environment Programme (UNEP)-commissioned report presented today at the World Oceans Conference in Indonesia, where over 120 nations are gathering to boost the health of the global marine environment. In the US, for example, food vendors in national public parks are required to use biodegradable plates, cups, ... market research, surveys and trends

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MARINE LITTER IN INDONESIA

United Nations Environment Programme
1992, Japan estimated that its fishing industry spent US$4.1 billion in vessel ...... The sources of marine litter in Indonesia come from both land-based .... Fishing net constituted the highest proportions being about 54 percent and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
FAO Media Centre: Ghost nets hurting marine environment
Large amounts of fishing gear lost at sea or abandoned by fishers are hurting the marine environment, impacting fish stocks through "ghost fishing" and posing a hazard to ships, according to a new report jointly produced by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and UN Environment Programme (UNEP). According to the study, the problem of abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) is getting worse due to the increased scale of global fishing operations and the introduction of highly durable fishing gear made of long-lasting synthetic materials. The report estimates that abandoned, lost or ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Marine Litter in Indonesia
There are very limited data concerning marine litter in Indonesia, which makes it hard to manage the marine litter produced. The existing data and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Marine debris accumulation in the nearshore marine habitat of the endangered Hawaiian monk seal, Monachus schauinslandi 1999-2001 . Marine Pollution Bulletin, Vol. 46, pp. 1385-1394 Boren, L. J., M. Morrissey, C. G. Muller and N. J. Gemmell. 2006. Entanglement of New Zealand fur seals in man-made debris at Kaikoura, New Zealand . Marine Pollution Bulletin, Vol. 52, pp. 442-446. Bourne, W. R. P. and M. J. Imber. 1982. Plastic pellets collected by a prion on Gough Island, Central South Atlantic Ocean . Marine Pollution Bulletin, Vol. 13, No.1, pp. 20-21 Bowman, D., N. Manor-Samsonov and A. Golik. 1998. Dynamics of litter ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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High quantities of marine debris may be found on the shoreline close to urban areas. For example, in a highly populated area of eastern Indonesia litter has ...
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How does pollution affect marine life? - Yahoo! Answers
when people damp trash or spray chemical sprays anywhere, when there is rain, they get washed to the rivers then straight to the waterfalls then go to the oceans polluting marine life that kills corals, aquatic mammals, fishes, sea birds (that eat fish), sea snakes, crustaceans, amphibians, and reptiles (that eats fish and other sea creatures) other animals that eat fish will become poisoned because if fish gets poisoned, it wont die it will just keep growing and will become a mutant and, when something eats the mutant, it will get poisoned too and, when a mother eats a mutant (or something else that ate the mutant) will be ...
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Australia is the sixth largest country in the world, and located south of Papua New Guinea and Indonesia, in the Southern Hemisphere. Total questions 55100 Supervisors Become a Supervisor On the Wallaby Robbb 4Jays Hulio888 Merv rodgers On the Wallaby Moobot Peterc14 USCitizen Theaceman On the Wallaby USCitizen RUClimate 4Jays Robbb Kevin278 Darryl Veach Jakeyjakejake Sousou1 Jp723 Siennaandjessica Wouterpam Pamrampvest Tessieandoz Autumn nicole What marine life live in the great barrier reef? Many creatures, including fish, starfish, turtles, coral, sponges, jellyfish and lots of others, although I don't know whether... ...