The corporate shareholders and top management should take this stance; however, as with all corporate business, what is important is the bottom line, and with business, the bottom line is always profits. 2. Aside from personal greed, what factors might lead a cruise line to illegally dump waste into the ocean? Dumping waste in the ocean is done by the cruise lines because they receive benefit from it. Cruise lines dump wastes because they get lesser costs and lesser time to dump their wastes instead of having proper sewage management control and equipment following the legal standards.
The impact of Havana’s weather can affect areas such as agriculture, tourism and housing. This tropical weather makes it perfect for bio food and attracts many tourists. However, the hurricane season can destroy the housing market, disappointing citizens. Cuba may sound like a fun place to be in without the impact of hurricanes.
Many of the locals are fishermen who will catch the crabs and fish for a living. However, it is vital that, if the residents of Lyme bay want to continue attracting people they must conserve their natural environment. Wherever tourism goes, there will be damage due to human fault and eventually the bay will not be as attractive as it once was. Diving and angling is a popular, low impact activity, which does no real damage to the environment, this is the sort of thing that the people of Lyme bay must keep up in order to not cause damage to the bay. On top of the low impact, combined, diving and angling generates around 350,000 pounds per year.
The nutrients that are produced through decomposition at the bottom of the aquatic environment are locked out from the warm surface water due to the thermocline. Phytoplankton, which are at the base of the marine food chain and are primarily marine plants found in surface waters. The lack of nutrients in surface waters in the tropics hinders high productivity of phytoplankton and zooplankton, which plays a role in the crystal, clear appearance of the water. In temperate waters, the thermocline (year long in tropical) is only the summer and breaks up in the fall allowing the nutrient rich bottom to mix with the surface water. Climate change allows for several high and low blooms of plankton through changing seasons.
Copper (II) sulfate is toxic to fish, and must be used wisely when eradicating pesky snails and fish parasites. To protect our water pipes, we use Copper (II) sulfate to keep evasive water plant roots at bay. This special Compound is also a helping hand in organic synthesis, reacting with potassium permanganate to make an oxidant for primary alcohols. At one point in the medical field Copper (II) sulfate was used as an emetic, which made a patient throw up immediately after consumption, but is now regarded too toxic for this use. The most interesting use most would say, is the way Roger Hiorns used 75,000 liters of Cu(II)SO4 to fill an apartment, and left it to solidify for many weeks.
This could lead America to use fear and violence to “motivate” the American people. Simple things, such as buying a car or buying other foreign products would become a much more costly endeavor. The reason for this is that Communism has trouble spreading throughout the global economy, leading to increased prices on imports. The free healthcare also sounds like a great idea, but it has its disadvantages. The quality of the healthcare would be drastically lower than in a Capitalist country, as we can observe in modern day Cuba.
Monsoon winds aided sailors and merchants since travel time was shortened by sailing quickly with the wind. Monsoons emphasized maritime travel to get to different coasts of the Indian Ocean basin. For many Asian regions, the monsoons and maritime travel was the most efficient way to travel quickly. Maritime travel did not only attract many Asian regions but Portugal as well. In the late 1400s, a Portuguese captain and his sailors, Vasco da Gama came upon East-African city-states and pirated goods and raw materials, with the intent to control, but the attempt was a failure.
The use of bottled water is a controversial topic. Some people claim that bottled water is convenient and healthiest while others, however, believe that it is waste money and bad for the environment. Although both sides of the issue have merit, bottled water is not beneficial because of its impact on the environment, finances and health. Bottled water is harmful to the environment. All the containers including water bottles are made from natural gas and petroleum.
Egypt had much more of an advantage then Mesopotamia with their geography because this would lead to better development. The reasoning for this first off is because Mesopotamia had very flat land and they were surrounded by things which caused their development to later fall apart. This is a negative effect because later on in Mesopotamia the nomads end up invading them and taking over. Which caused their development to drop as I said before. Also, the Tigris and Euphrates river being very unpredictable with flooding or droughts made living difficult in Mesopotamia.