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Oceanography 101

19 Mar

Oceanography 101

Linda Khandro

 

Exercise 10: Marine Sanctuaries and Reserves (20 points) NAME______________

 

NOTES:

  • You may use your textbook in addition to the websites below as a resource, but your answers MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS.
  • Answer with a bold blue font!
  • Don’t forget your name at the top.
  • Don’t forget to label this file as: lastnameEX10.2.doc (or EX10.2.docx).

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

At the end of this exercise students will be able to:

  • Describe the marine sanctuaries (or reserves) of the US and New Zealand by answering the following general questions.

 

RESOURCES:

 

  1. US Marine Sanctuaries:

 

  1. New Zealand Marine Reserves:

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

 

Describe the marine sanctuaries (and reserves) of the US and New Zealand by answering the following questions:

 

  1. In general, what is the purpose of a marine sanctuary or marine reserve?

 

  1. In which general ways do the US Marine Sanctuaries differ from the New Zealand Marine Reserves?

 

  1. In which general ways are they similar?

 

Choose any one or more Marine Sanctuaries from the US, and any one or more Marine Reserves from NZ, to answer each of the following questions.

 

  1. What species of ocean life do these sanctuaries and reserves aim to protect and why?

 

US Sanctuary Name:

Species protected and why?

 

NZ Reserve Name:

Species protected and why?

 

  1. What kinds of recreational and/or commercial activity are permitted in these sanctuaries and reserves, and why?

 

US Sanctuary Name:

Recreational and/or commercial activity permitted and why?

 

NZ Reserve Name:

Recreational and/or commercial activity permitted and why?

 

  1. What kinds of recreational and/or commercial activity are forbidden in these sanctuaries and reserves, and why?

 

US Sanctuary Name:

Recreational and/or commercial activity forbidden and why?

 

NZ Reserve Name:

Recreational and/or commercial activity forbidden and why?

 

 

 

 
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