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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Pacific Ocean Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources The Deutsche Mark lost 75% of it's value during WW1. It was after the war,however, when hyperinflationbegan Meat consumption dropped88% from pre-war levels = 50,000 deaths to starvation or hypothermia 1918 post pre Agricultural production dropped 16% NOVEMBERCRIMINALS right wing (USPD) some supportedthe left wing These grievances caused political allegiances to bepolarized following the war: Both attempted revolutions: The newly formed socialistgovernment was blamed- and branded the Sparticist Uprising Jan 1919 Kapp Putch Mar 1920 (Fatherland Party) Some supported the 1916 Cost of a loaf of bread: Nov 1923 - 200,000,000,000 D Marks Sept 1922 - 163 D Marks Coral Reefs 68% of zinc ore possessed 48% of ironore lost 26% of coalresources lost One quarter (1/4) of all ocean species depend on coral reefs for food and shelter How many species of marine and human life depend on Coral Reefs for their existence? ECONOMIC & SOCIAL Reefs only cover a tiny percentage of the ocean bottom (less than 2%). Coral reefs are also very important to people. The value of coral reefs has been estimated at 30 billion U.S. dollars and perhaps as much as 172 billion U.S. dollars each year, providing food, protection of shorelines, jobs based on tourism, and even medicines.
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