Marine Pollution

Marine pollution refers to the contamination or presence of pollutants in oceans and seas. The word ‘marine’ comes from the Latin word for ‘sea’ and it is related to similar words, such as ‘mariner’. Ocean pollution is become ever more of a problem in the present day.

Marine pollution can be defined as anything that contaminates the sea. Common marine pollutants include chemicals, small plastic beads in exfoliants and also toxic bio-matter (such as sewage). But, noise – due to excessive traffic around the ocean – can also be defined as pollution if it disrupts marine life.

  • Sewage
  • Toxic chemicals from industries
  • Land runoff
  • Hazardous solid wastes management
  • Large scale oil spills
  • Ocean mining
  • Littering
  • Effect of toxic wastes on marine animals

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