Sunday, June 06, 2004

Pacific Ocean, Environmental impact of human activity

The Pacific Ocean is able to absorb, dilute, and disperse large quantities of human-generated wastes, but the increasing pace of economic activity - particularly the transport of crude oil and other hazardous substances - has led to measurable levels of pollution in some nearshore waters, especially close to ports and large coastal cities. At the same time, the loads


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