Coral Reef Destruction Magazine June 2014 - Page 12

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(1) Teach Ocean Science. "What Lives on a Coral Reef?" Coral Reefs and Climate Change. National Park Service, n.d. Web. 29 May 2014.

-Conserve water (less water used, less runoff and wastewater will pollute our oceans)

-Help reduce pollution (walk, bike, or ride to school)

-Switch to organic fertillizers! (even if you live thousands of miles from a coral reef ecosystem, the products can flow into the water, pollute the ocean, and then can harm the coral reefs)

-Dispose of your trash properly! (DO NOT leave any trash or fishing lines on the beach; this can harm the fish and the reefs)

-Plant a tree (trees reduce runoff into the ocean. This will also help with reversing the warming of the planet)

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