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Based on California s experience with Caulerpa, the killer algae, explain why it is important to regulate the pet and aquarium trade.
Weegy: It is critical that the initial success of the eradication efforts undertaken not lull the public and regulators into a false sense of complacency. [ The probability that there are infestations that so far have avoided detection, as well as the common occurrence of Caulerpa residing in American aquariums, nearly ensures that this seaweed will continue to pose a threat to US coastlines. The public can help prevent and detect infestations of Caulerpa taxifolia. The most important task is to prevent the introduction of ANY aquarium organisms into water bodies. Extreme care must be taken when cleaning or dismantling fish tanks, because a half-inch piece of Caulerpa taxifolia that is inadvertently washed into the gutter while rinsing a fish tank on the lawn could quite plausibly travel through the storm drain directly to a nearby estuary or beach and establish itself there. Aside from caution, an even more responsible action would be to eliminate any risk of accidental introduction by discontinuing the use of Caulerpa in home aquaria. Caulerpa can be removed from the tank, with all the material it is attached to (rocks, gravel, etc), placed in a freezer for 24 hours, and then placed in the trash for disposal in a landfill. Under no circumstances should any unwanted aquarium plants or animals be released into the wild. ] (More)
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Which of the following would be expected to have plentiful access to potable water? a. Africa b. China c. Europe d. South America
Weegy: c. Europe. [ Generally speaking the more developed countries of North America, Europe and Russia will not see a serious threat to water supply by the year 2025, not only because of their relative wealth, but more importantly their populations will be better aligned with available water resources. North Africa, the Middle East, South Africa and northern China will face very severe water shortages due to physical scarcity and a condition of overpopulation relative to their carrying capacity with respect to water supply. Most of South America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Southern China and India will face water supply shortages by 2025; for these latter regions the causes of scarcity will be economic constraints to developing safe drinking water, as well as excessive population growth. ] (More)
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The _______ is most likely to be concerned with the overuse of water. a. Safe Drinking Water Act b. The Clean Water Act c. The Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act d. WaterSense program
Weegy: The d. WaterSense program is most likely to be concerned with the overuse of water. (More)
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How can failing to conserve water contribute to greater water contamination? a. Overirrigating fields causes an increase in pollution that results from runoff. b. Natural water filters are depleted by the overuse of water. c. Sewage systems are more likely to fail due to greater demand, causing higher chances of water contamination. d. All of the above
Weegy: How can failing to conserve water contribute to greater water contamination? c. [ Sewage systems are more likely to fail due to greater demand, causing higher chances of water contamination. ] (More)
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