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             This Article by David Doubilet describes the Oceans “Magical Waters” in New Zealand’s vast regions. He talks about many things ranging from Resources of the Southern Ocean to Marine Life Zones in New Zealand’s area. In the article you can read and see everything that New Zealand’s seas and the “Southern Ocean” has caused in New Zealand’s land features and the fish at has left. Doubilet also took all the pictures you see in the Article back in 1972. Which I felt was very interesting because I was wondering how much has changed over the 30 years. Is it still the same? This is one question I would love to look more into and compare these times of Ocean trenches and coral reefs and see how much they changed. Doubilet’s Article of “Magical Waters” shows an enchanted region of Oceanic Environment that I would love to go see. I’m actually going to research this a little more and find out what has changed. Because I am really interested in the New Zealand “Southern Ocean” region and what it has to offer.
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             East Atlantic North Sea.
             Article by Priit J. Vesilind Photographs by Cotton Coulson .
             National Geographic .
             Volume 175, No. 5 May 1989.
             Priit’s article of the Baltic Area is very interesting. He explains that the Oceanic Environment has changed so much because of the 70 million people in this area causing pollution, sewage, toxic waste, oil spills, and runoff of fertilizer has caused this land area and Oceanic waters to become so harmful that many have to stay away from the Area. The Baltic Area that is being described by Pritt’s is an area ranging from the East Atlantic coast line of Norway and Demark to the Baltic Sea and Sweden, Poland, Germany, Finland, Russia territories. What was so amazing about this article was that he explaeded that the Turbidity Currents of the area are so weak that the circulation of sea water cant take out all the pollution so it just sits here in this Oceanic Environment and causes damage to the surrounding lands.