Marine and Coastal Biodiversity
The seas possess over 70% of the Earth's surface and 95% of the biosphere. Life in the ocean is approximately 1000 times more seasoned than the variety Homo. There is wide acknowledgment that the oceans confront remarkable human-incited dangers from businesses, for example, angling and transportation, the impacts of waste transfer, abundance supplements from horticultural spillover, and the presentation of intriguing species. On the off chance that we neglect to comprehend both the powerlessness and versatility of the living ocean, the generally short history of the human species will confront an awful fate.
· Effects on coastal and estuarine fishes
· Integrated coastal and marine management
· Sustainable use of coastal and marine living resources
· Environment and climate change.