SeaLife Impact (coming soon)
Predict and prevent Sealife Impact from your dashboard
How does SeaLife Impact work?
Sea life impact is the measurable impact of human activities on marine life. Sea life, also known as marine life, can be negatively impacted by maritime industry activities like shipping and port activities. For example, shipping can impact sea life due to the water, air, and noise pollution that it creates. This can be harmful to coastal communities, port communities, and sea life. For example, ship exhaust can harm the environment due to the particulate matter that is releases. Port activities can impact sea life and marine life with activities like port construction and dredging. Dredging in ports can release pollution that impact the sea life. Sea life can include crustaceans like oysters that the surrounding community consumes. If the sea life is polluted and can no longer be eaten, then this not only affects sea life but the surrounding community and businesses.
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Predict & Prevent SeaLife Impact
Monitor underwater sea life
Ensure maritime activities are not polluting the surrounding environment
Get alerts in real-time to control sealife impact
Using AI for maximum efficiency
Why should you use
The SeaLife Impact Module monitors underwater life with its diversity and composition to avoid human impacts and preserve the oceans. Sea life impact monitoring is essential to ensure that shipping and port activities do not pollute the surrounding environment so that further damage is not done. With the SeaLife Impact Module, you get alerts in real-time so that you can control your environmental impact with fast and accurate decision-making.
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