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Threats to the marine resources of the Verde Island Passage, Philippines
Multiple impacts threaten the natural resources of the Verde Island Passage. Human activity and natural threats include overfishing, destructive and illegal fishing practices, unsustainable coastal development, unsustainable land use practices, and natural disasters. Climate change threats include increased sea surface temperature, sea level rise, increased storm frequency and intensity, increased rainfall, and ocean acidification.

Threats to the marine resources of the Verde Island Passage, Philippines Multiple impacts threaten the natural resources of the Verde Island Passage. Human activity and natural threats include overfishing, destructive and illegal fishing practices, unsustainable coastal development, unsustainable land use practices, and natural disasters. Climate change threats include increased sea surface temperature, sea level rise, increased storm frequency and intensity, increased rainfall, and ocean acidification. long-line,dynamite,logging,sediment,nutrients,runoff,earthquake,tsunami,flooding,bleaching,pH

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Threats to the marine resources of the Verde Island Passage, Philippines
Multiple impacts threaten the natural resources of the Verde Island Passage. Human activity and natural threats include overfishing, destructive and illegal fishing practices, unsustainable coastal development, unsustainable land use practices, and natural disasters. Climate change threats include increased sea surface temperature, sea level rise, increased storm frequency and intensity, increased rainfall, and ocean acidification.
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Filename:iil_diagram_marine_resource_threats_verde_island_passage_philippines.png
Album name:hawkey / Climate Change
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Keywords: long-line, dynamite, logging, sediment, nutrients, runoff, earthquake, tsunami, flooding, bleaching, pH
Author Name:Jane Hawkey
Author Company:Integration and Application Network
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):08/01/2010
Media Type:Raster Graphic
File Size:203 KB
Date added:Oct 01, 2010
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