Directional changes in ocean currents affect marine life because sea creatures often migrate using the currents. When the currents shift, it becomes more difficult for the sea creatures to find their way back.
Also, ocean currents carry tiny plankton and other small organisms that sea creatures eat. Ocean currents can either take away these plankton, or bring many more in, depending on which way the current is going.
Marine Current Turbines was created in 2000.
becuse when you look at it turns black and affect the marine life
it affect marine environment, because the people get coral reefs that make polluted the marine environment
The change in sea levels will prevent many organisms from migrating. Marine organisms will be the most likely to adapt.
Arie Schuijf has written: 'Field studies of directional hearing in marine teleosts' -- subject(s): Atlantic cod, Ballan wrasse, Directional hearing, Fishes, Sense organs
Salinity, pressure and temperature are naturally occuring factors that affect marine life.
Thorium doesn't affect the marine life.
Waves can affect people by moving around different marine life causing change in the atmosphere. They can also affect people in there every day life, for example tsunamis have killed thousands of people.
Thorium doesn't affect marine life.
Tsunamis can affect marine life by moving their habitats. For instance, if the water a fish is in move to shore, then the fish will move with it.
The current minister of Agriculture and the Marine is Simon Coveney
Marine life dies and goes extinct. That's what happens when where they live gets destroyed.