Ocean Pollution Pictures

 
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Ocean Pollution, Ocean Garbage, and Marine Debris Photos

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Pollution can be reduced a number of ways. Many communities have beach-clean-up days. Recycling reduces the amount of trash that is available to go into the ocean.  Care should be taken to make sure that oil from cars, suds from washing, and other pollutants do not go down your storm drain. Any landscaping should be protected until it is stable so that silt does not get washed into rivers and streams. Party balloons should be popped and never released into the air. Always pick up your trash when you leave the beach.

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picture of old shoe and garbage underwater

picture of fairy penguin covered in oil picture of grizzly bear and cubs climbing into dumpster picture of full trash container on Texas beach

Picture of old shoe, garbage, marine environment , Philippines, Batangas

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Image of oiled little blue penguin or fairy penguin, Eudyptula minor, North Island, New Zealand

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Stock photo of grizzly bear, Ursus horribilis, also known as brown bear, Ursus arctos, sow and cubs climbing into a dumpster looking for food in Prudhoe Bay, the North Slope of the Brooks Range, central Arctic coast of Alaska

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Photo of full trash container on a beach of Bolivar Peninsula, Texas.

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Picture of the mile marker O zero at the start of the Alaska Oil Pipeline picture of oil forming patterns on water surface picture of sign painted on storm drain Picture of a sign warning of coastal pollution California

Picture of the mile marker O zero at the start of the Alaska Oil Pipeline Prudhoe Bay, Alaska

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Image of oil and gas forming patterns on the surface of a marina, Ketchikan Alaska.

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Stock photo of a painted sign that appears next to a storm drains near Monterey Bay, California to inform residents not to dump harmful fluids as they will damage the environment by ending up in the bay.

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Picture of a sign warning of coastal pollution, California

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Picture of trash washed up on beach. picture of a juvenile hawksbill turtle caught in a fishing net picture of girls cleaning up a Hawaii beach picture of juvenile cocnut crab using a red bottle cap as a shell

Picture of trash washed up on beach. After winter storms, raw sewage and every possible type of floating trash from modern urban life are flushed down the Tijuana River from Mexico and ultimately end up in the ocean south of Imperial Beach San Diego California.

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Image of a juvenile Hawksbill turtle, Eretmochelys imbricata, caught in a fishing net in the Red Sea.

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Stock photo of ten year old girls doing a beach coastal cleanup, Old Airport State Beach Park, Big Island, Hawaii, Pacific

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Photo of juvenile coconut crab, birgus latro, using a red plastic bottle cap as a protective shell instead of the usual mollusk shell. This is an environmental issue as more rubbish is thrown in the ocean to wash up on the sea shore. Uepi, Solomon Islands.

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picture of an oil spill in West Siberia picture of a no dumping sign at Puget Sound storm drain picture of oil rig Santa Barbara picture of coastal pollution California

Picture of the rescue of leatherback turtle, Dermochelys coriacea, Scotts Head, Dominica, Windward Islands, tangled in ropes and trash

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Image of a placard that appears next to a storm drain in Olympia Washington, to inform residents not to dump harmful fluids as they will damage the environment by ending up in Puget Sound.

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Stock photo of Chevron oil rig Grace, Santa Barbara Channel, California, Pacific

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Photo of coastal pollution , California, Pacific Ocean

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picture of California sea lion with fishing net around neck picture of oil flowing into storm drain picture of warning sign of polluted water picture of common tern landing on floating oil drum

Picture of California sea lion, Zalophus californianus, with fishing net around neck, Monterey Bay, California, Pacific Ocean

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Image of oil from automobiles that flows into a storm drain after a heavy rain and then into Westport Harbor, Washington.

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Stock photo of a sign that warns of water and soil pollution indicating not to swim or eat fish, crabs and shellfish in the surrounding water. Olympia, Washington harbor

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Photo of common tern, Sterna hirundo, landing on marine debris or garbage, floating oil drum, Azores Island, Portugal, Atlantic

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