- SteveLv 61 0 年前最佳解答
How to protect our environment?
We all must do our part to protect our bountiful natural resources. Take a moment to learn what the environmental concerns are in your riding area. And observe the helpful boating tips listed below.
Refuel on land to reduce any chances of spilling oil or gas into the water.
Slow down when filling the tank, do not overfill, catch any accidental spills with an absorbent pad, and dispose of it properly.
Check and clean your engine well away from shorelines. Oil can harm the water's delicate micro-organisms and the animals that feed on them.
Do not operate in waters less than two feet in depth.
Ride in main channels, and limit riding in shallow water.
When it is necessary to ride in shallow water, keep watercraft at an idle speed. This will help reduce turbidity (the stirring up of bottom sediments which limits light penetration and depletes oxygen, affecting fish and bird feeding).
In coastal areas be aware of the low tide. The waters may be substantially more shallow at these times, exposing valuable fish nurseries such as sea grass beds and other delicate vegetation.
Birds feeding in shallow areas or on the shoreline should not be disturbed.
If you are riding near coral, do not use an anchor, and be careful when diving to avoid coming in contact with these delicate organisms.
Stay away from kelp forests. Found close to shore, the kelp canopy covers the surface of the water and extends down, supporting a lush underwater community of fish, invertebrates, sea urchins and sea otters.
Avoid grass marshes found in salt or fresh water coastal areas or rivers. Hidden in the thickets are nesting birds, frogs, turtles, snakes and possibly alligators.
Observe posted no-wake zones near shore. Excessive boat wakes may contribute to shoreline erosion, which can affect the habitats of plants and animals.
If we can do the above things, our environment will be better.
- 1 0 年前
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