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GRE Essay Topic 804 - The following appeared in an environmental newsletter published in Tria Island. "The marine sanctuary on Tria Island was established to protect certain marine mammals. Its regulations ban dumping and offshore oil drilling within 20 miles of Tria, but fishing is not banned. Currently many fish populations in Tria's waters are declining, a situation blamed on pollution. In contrast, the marine sanctuary on Omni Island has regulations that ban dumping, offshore oil drilling, and fishing within 10 miles of Omni and Omni reports no significant decline in its fish populations. Clearly, the decline in fish populations in Tria's waters is the result of overfishing, not pollution. Therefore, the best way to restore Tria's fish populations and to protect all of Tria's marine wildlife is to abandon our regulations and adopt those of Omni. " Discuss how well reasoned you find this argument.


The article claims that accepting regulation of Omni Island could be suitable for Tria Island because their regulation did not Score: 5 May 12th, 2014 by findscore.com
The article claims that accepting regulation of Omni Island could be suitable for Tria Island because their regulation did not work and other one has worked properly in that island. However, this n... Read more
This Author’s argument does not make a good sense. Although there is a decrease in fish population but this cannot Score: 3.5 March 5th, 2014 by findscore.com
This Author's argument does not make a good sense. Although there is a decrease in fish population but this cannot be solely blame to overfishing. There may be a possibility that the number of fish... Read more
Overfishing does not do that. Score: 3.5 November 20th, 2013 by findscore.com
The statement is arguing that the marine sanctuary on Tria Island should adopt the same regulations of marine sanctuary on Omni Island to protect the the fish population and the other wildlife form... Read more
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Declining Marine Diversity on the Tria Score: 4.5 May 27th, 2012 by findscore.com
The argument presented is based on some unsubstantiated assumptions and a faulty analogy.It asserts that that loss of marine diversity in the Tria island is due to overfishing and not due to pollut... Read more
the decline in fish populations in Tria Score: 4 August 20th, 2010 by findscore.com
The conclusion of the environmental newsletter published in Tria Island is that the writer suggests to abandon the regulations now on Tria Island and adopt those of Omni in order to restore Tria's ... Read more
The above argument above arrives at the conclusion that the best way to restore Tria’s fish populations and to protect Score: 4 March 22nd, 2010 by findscore.com
The above argument above arrives at the conclusion that the best way to restore Tria's fish populations and to protect all of Tria's marine wildlife is to abandon our regulations and to adopt those... Read more
The author of the passage concludes that the adoption of Omni Island’s regulations is the best way to protect marine Score: 4.5 August 12th, 2009 by findscore.com
The author of the passage concludes that the adoption of Omni Island's regulations is the best way to protect marine mammals in Tria Island. To substantiate his opinion, he points out that Omni's f... Read more
Tria Island Score: 4 August 28th, 2008 by findscore.com
There are roughly three categories of logic that were overlooked in the author's argument that Tria island should abandon their regulations and adopt those of Omni island: endogenous factors, exoge... Read more
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Marine Sanctuary Score: 3.5 August 26th, 2007 by findscore.com
The environmental newsletter claims that to abandon Tria's regulations and adopt those of Omni is the best way to restore Tria's fish populations and to protect all Tria's marine wildlife by the co... Read more
The argument is well-presented at first glance. The arguer suggests Tria Island to take the same regulations as those of Score: 2.5 August 15th, 2007 by findscore.com
The argument is well-presented at first glance. The arguer suggests Tria Island to take the same regulations as those of Omni. In order to support his/her point of view, he/she compares the regulat... Read more
In this argument, the arguer confidently pronounces that the best way to restore Tria’s fish populations and to protect all Score: 4.5 August 7th, 2007 by findscore.com
In this argument, the arguer confidently pronounces that the best way to restore Tria's fish populations and to protect all of Tria's marine wildlife is to abandon the former regulations and adopt ... Read more
At first, protection of marine mammals should be the main priority. As the statement itself states tria’s sanctuary has been Score: 4 June 17th, 2007 by findscore.com
At first, protection of marine mammals should be the main priority. As the statement itself states tria's sanctuary has been built to protect the marine mammals. The regulations are passed only for... Read more
This argument recommends to abadon current regulations of Tria Island and adopt those of Omni. To justify this, it cites Score: 4 January 30th, 2007 by findscore.com
This argument recommends to abadon current regulations of Tria Island and adopt those of Omni. To justify this, it cites the fact that fish population around Tria is declining while it is not aroun... Read more

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