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reuse
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Ocean Pollution Word Search

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Description

Bag-tax
Trash dumping
Runoff
Sewage
Oil spills
Garbage patches
Dead zones
Food chain
Entanglement
Ingestion
Ecosystem
Dilution
Natural Shorelines
Conventional Pollutants
Point Source Pollution
Nonpoint source pollution
Reuse
Recycling
EPA
Extinction
Endangerment
Marine debris
Plastic
Ghost nets

Ocean Pollution Word Search

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Description

Ghost nets
Endangerment
Recycling
Point Source Pollution
Dilution
Entanglement
Garbage patches
Runoff
Plastic
Extinction
Reuse
Conventional Pollutants
Ecosystem
Food chain
Oil spills
Trash dumping
Marine debris
EPA
Nonpoint source pollution
Natural Shorelines
Ingestion
Dead zones
sewage
Bag-Tax

REDUCE,REUSE,RECYCLE Word Search

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Word Search
Description

ALOMINIUM
AEROSOLS
ALUMINIUM
BAGS
BATTERIES
BIN
BIN MEN
BIOMASS
CARBOARD
CLOTHS
compost
containers
DEMOLITION WASTE
ENGINES
FACTORYS
FOOD
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FURNITURE
GLASS
GLOBAL WARMING
LITTER
METAL
MOTERS
OIL
PAPER
PLASTICS
POLYSTYRENE
RECYCLE
REDUCE
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RUBBER
SHOES
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WALKING
WATER
WOOD

Ocean Pollution Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

We live in the _________ Age Plastic
Plastic ________ take 450 years to decompose Bottles
____________ pollution comes from a single, identifiable source that discharges pollutants directly into a body of water Point source
The ocean is a difficult place to __________, you won't get caught easily. Regulate
___________________ is aiming to save 1 million animals by 2018 World Animal Protection
Why do we use so much plastic? Because it's lost cost, light weight, and __________ Durability
Which countries pollute the most? China, __________, Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia Vietnam
Small broken down pieces of plastic are called ___________ Microbeads
Fertilizer entering lake Okeechobe is causing the growth of toxic _______ Algae
Some Coral ______ are artificially made out of trash Reefs
Marine animals are affected with diseases, _________ issues, and death by ocean pollution Reproduction
80% of ocean pollution comes from _______ Land
What's causing the algae process in one word? __________ Phosphorus
The _________ can be greatly impacted by ocean pollution as well Economy

Recycling Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To create something Invent
Make something smaller in size Reduce
Linked to nature Recycling
Material you write on Paper
Harmful to the enviornment Pollution
Scattered waste Litter
Box material Cardboard
This planet Earth
Woody plant Tree
Tin or can material Steel
Water bottle material Plastic
Use over again Reuse
What is a window made of? Glass
The process to reuse material Recycle

Deforestation and 3Rs- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Word Search

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Description

Domestic waste
Compost
Biodegradable
Pollution
Rubbish
Recycle
Reuse
Reduce
Transpiration
Greenhouse effect
Industrial activity
Construction
Logging
Agriculture
Soil erosion
Habitat loss
Extinction
Deforestation
Flooding
Species

Plastics and Polymers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The process of forming a large molecule by linking together smaller subunits Polymerization
A six carbon aromatic compound with alternating C=C double bonds Benzene
One of the small repeating units of a polymer Monomer
The process of growing a polymer chain Propagation
The combination of two molecules through the loss of a smaller molecule such as H2O Condensation
The combination of molecules by sharing electrons with an adjacent molecule Addition
A polymer that springs back after being twisted or pulled Elastomer
The disorder of molecules Entropy
Type of polymer that cannot be reformed or remolded after initial heat-forming Thermoset
Type of polymer that is remoldable when heated Thermoplastic
Natural component of first synthesized plastics Cellulose
Polystyrene produced when the phenol groups alternate on its backbone chain Syndiotactic
Additive that gives plastics flexibility and durability Plasticizer
Component of first the synthesized plastic Nitrate
Component of Safety Celluloid Acetate
Type of polymer formed from two or more repeating monomers Alternating
Without a clearly defined form or shape Amorphous
Type of natural thermoplastic Tortoiseshell
First plastic made from fully synthetic materials Bakelite
Type of rubber formed by heating with sulfur Vulcanized

Plastic Pollution Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What type of oil is plastic made from? Crude
What is plastic that is only used once called singleuse
The Atlantic is an example of these oceans
Impossible to destroy Indestructable
The natural world Environment
Re-use instead of throwing away Recycle
A marine animal that suffers from plastic pollution Turtle
These huge mammals live in the oceans whales
Rubbish left lying around litter
Describes the warming of our planet global warming
Birds that live near the sea Seabirds
Used to drink from containers plasticstraws
A huge collection of plastic in the ocean gyre
material that breaks down naturally biodegradable
Our planet Earth
Tiny bits of plastic in the sea microplatics
Poisonous toxic
Animals that have died out Extinct
There are less and less in the sea Fish
The contamination of nature by humans pollution

Care about the Environment! Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Acid rain
Carbon dioxide
Climate
Earth
Endangered species
Energy
Environment
Global warming
Green
Greenhouse gases
Natural resources
Oil spills
Oxygen
Pollution
Recycle
Renewable
Reuse
Toxic waste

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the GPGP? Great Pacific Garbage Patch
The GPGP contains ______ of trash. 87000 tons
The GPGP is between California and _______. Hawaii
A large system of circulating ocean currents, particularly those involved with large wind movements. Gyre
_______ of the trash comes from land-based activities. 80 percent
_______ of the trash comes from ships and oil rigs. 20 percent
Who discovered the GPGP? Charles Moore
_______ is not biodegradable. Plastic
The _______ is disrupted when the trash is eaten my marine animals. food chain
The GPGP is always _______. growing
The _______ in the plastic affect the ocean. toxins