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Hurricane impacts on the Caribbean coastal/marine environment
The passage of Hurricane Hugo through the eastern Caribbean provided a unique opportunity for multidisciplinary study of (1) the effects of severe storms on tropical coastal and marine ecosystems, and (2) the physical and biological responses of those ecosystems to intense storm-induced changes. In addition to its direct value as basic science, this study can be used to facilitate development of improved coastal and marine resource.
|Statement||by D. G. Aubrey...[et al.]|
|Series||WHOI -- 91-40., WHOI (Series) -- 91-40.|
|Contributions||Aubrey, David G., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
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The passage of Hurricane Hugo through the eastern Caribbean provided a unique opportunity for multidisciplinary study of (1) the effects of severe storms on tropical coastal and marine ecosystems, and (2) the physical and biological responses of those ecosystems to intense storm-induced changes.
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the high dependence of livelihoods on the environment, including coastal, marine, The impact of the. In North Carolina during Hurricane Florence inat least 50 hog lagoons, or ponds of hog waste, overflowed and sent millions of gallons of hog feces into the surrounding waterways.
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They are created when warm water hits the troposphere and high pressure pushes warm, dry air down in the center. This occurrence is particularly strong in the Caribbean due to the high amounts of humidity.
High tides can easily wipe out sensitive sea turtle and bird nests along shorelines. Violent wave action kills many fish. Coastal waters that typically nourish seagrass beds—home to crabs and fish—can grow clouded and toxic with sediments and pollutants.
The drop in air pressure resulting from a hurricane often disorients manatees and dolphins. According to experts at NOAA Fisheries, during and after hurricanes it is possible for marine mammals to enter waterways where they are not typically found.
This displacement occurs as a result of storm surge and increased water levels associated with hurricanes. A s a Caribbean climate scientist, I am often asked to speak about how climate change affects small islands. In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, one of two category five storms to batter the.
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The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation in Florida and the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Puerto Rico funded these. Coastal changes caused by hurricanes include beach erosion, dune destruction, overwash, inundation and island breaching, marsh erosion, and coastal cliff erosion.
The narrowing of the beaches and erosion of sand dunes leaves coastal areas more vulnerable to future storms and threatens coastal properties and tourism revenue in coastal counties.
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BetweenUNEP marine cleanup data for the Wider Caribbean Region revealed a total of 3, plastic debris items that were removed from coastal and underwater sites, covering 2, miles. The results showed that irresponsible coastal development and the poor environmental decisions that have been made over the past decades turned a bad hurricane into an environmental disaster by accelerating the rate of coastal erosion, dumping trash including plastic into the ocean, and increasing the pollution loading to near shore marine.
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