Check out Altered Oceans web site from the LA Times
by Sean Chamberlin - Tuesday, 22 August 2006, 09:58 AM
 

This web site supports the 5-part series of articles discussed in my on-campus classes this week. It's well worth a look and listen!

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/oceans/la-oceans-series,0,7842752.special

Re: Check out Altered Oceans web site from the LA Times
by lina cano - Wednesday, 23 August 2006, 07:35 PM
  Mr. Chamberlin;
After reading your article, I wanted to thank you for giving us the oportunity to read the article. I wanted to ask you if you belong to any group or organization to fight contamination and protect our beaches. I am interested in volunteering for an organization. Any information that you could give me would be fantastic.

Thank you,
 Lina Cano
Re: Check out Altered Oceans web site from the LA Times
by Ana Albarran - Sunday, 27 August 2006, 03:33 PM
 

Hello Professor Sean!

     After reading the articles from the LA Times web site, I was amazed to see how people contaminate our environment because if not we wouldn't have any problems with our sea or sea animals. It is sad to see how every year more and more animals are dying because of our negligent action. Hopefully ,more people would be more interested in taking care of our planet than in destroying it.

Re: Check out Altered Oceans web site from the LA Times
by Brett McClellan - Sunday, 27 August 2006, 05:33 PM
  Kind of interesting after we read the series in class i over-heard some family members talking about the articles. A few days later i saw a clipping from teh times on the message board in the back at my work. At least the series is making some people think.
Re: Check out Altered Oceans web site from the LA Times
by Rafael Rafa - Monday, 28 August 2006, 10:13 PM
 

I was shocked to read about "A Chemical Imbalance", because I deliver fresh and frozen fish. I also like to eat a lot of seafood. Of course the product that we get at work is always inspected. wide eyes

Re: Check out Altered Oceans web site from the LA Times
by Huong Pham - Friday, 1 September 2006, 10:01 AM
 

Hello professor Chamberlin,

I could not believe what i've just read. It is sad to know that all the toxic and bacteria under the ocean has contaminated the mammals and fishes and the residents. The residents will have a hard time breathing and living because of the winds carry the toxins to the ashore. I think we humans in general should keep the ocean and the environment fresh and clean.