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Essays for Science: Environment

  1. Topic: Where Should We Begin to Clean Up Our World?
    TOPIC: WHERE SHOULD WE BEGIN TO CLEAN UP OUR WORLD? Have you ever wished that the world wasn’t so messed up, that world could be a place of peace; where life has...
  2. Class 4 Evs
    Question Bank for Teachers Environmental Studies Class 4 A. Answer the following questions. 1. Name any one activity you enjoy doing with your grandparents...
  3. The Miracle of Honey
    Introduction Honey is a sweet and viscous fluid produced by honeybees from the nectar of flowers. "The definition of honey stipulates a pure product that does not allow for...
  4. Acid Rain
    Acid rain is a serious problem with disastrous effects. Each day <br /> <br /> this serious problem increases, many people believe that this issue <br /> <br /> is too small to deal with right now this issue should be met head <br /> <br /> on...
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  5. Forest Residue Management Affects Soil Nitrogen Availability and Humic Acid Composition
    22 New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 34(1) FOREST RESIDUE MANAGEMENT AFFECTS SOIL NITROGEN AVAILABILITY AND HUMIC ACID COMPOSITION N. J. MATHERS*, Z. H. XU CRC...
  6. Acid Rain
    INTRODUCTION: Acid rain is a great problem in our world. It causes fish <br /> and plants to die in our waters. As well it causes harm to our own race as <br /> well, because we eat these fish, drink this water and eat these plants. It <br...
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  7. Economic Components
    Ecosystem Components Ecosystem Components Ecosystem can be based on their tropic structures which consist of chemical factors, physical factors and living organisms. The...
  8. The Use of Shaft in the Construction of Tunneling
    A TERM PAPER ON THE USE OF SHAFT IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF TUNNELING PREPARED BY OJUBOLAMO OYELAYO OMOLAYO FPA/QS/10/3 – 0040 LEVEL: HND II SUBMITTED TO THE...
  9. Acid Rain
    "Acid Rain," or more precisely acidic precipitation, is the term used to describe <br /> rainfall that has a pH level of less than 5.6--a pH of 7 being neutral. This form of air <br /> pollution is currently a subject of great controversy...
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  10. An Epic Future in Cold Pasteurization
    An Epic Future in Cold Pasteurization <br /> The preservation of food is essential to maintain life and growth. Its daily intakes nourish our bodies, providing enzymes, in turn giving us energy. The ability of matter exerts radiation in its...
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  11. Backyard Fuels Policy
    A century ago, when Henry Ford was mass-producing automobiles, most of the fuel for America’s cars came from places like Oklahoma and Texas. Today, oil for our cars and other things that use petroleum comes from places like Venezuela and...
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  12. Coastal Erosion
    With Reference to examples discuss the view that coastal erosion is caused by human intervention as a posed to natural processes.<br /> For many decades the approach to rapid coastal erosion was to build up sea defenses, to try and slow down or...
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  13. Fruitless Fly Book Summary
    Honey Bees, Landmines, and Dancing Environmental Studies Hallie Jiskra Reading the book Fruitless Fall has given me another outlook on the life of a honey bee. I guess I...
  14. Compressed Air and Water
    The goal of the following research is to demonstrate that Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) reduced energy and water consumption will not only protect their environment, but also earn and save them extra income.<br /> <br /> Brewing used to require...
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  15. Earthquakes
    Throughout history, man has made many advancements. These advancements have been <br /> made to make life easier. The one thing man can't do is to control Mother Nature. Mother Nature <br /> can cause many things such as earthquakes. <br /> The...
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  16. "Explain How Biological Isolation, Geological Stability and Erratic Climate Make the Australian Continent and...
    Biological isolation, geological stability and an erratic climate helps to explain how everything in Australia and everything in it. Biological isolation shows how the flora...
  17. El Nino
    El Nino has been a reoccurring phenomenon for centuries. Man has only started to realize how much of the worlds weather is effected by it. The term El Nino refers to an irregular warming of the seas surface. During the last 40 years there have...
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  18. Elaphurus Davidianus
    Pere David’s deer is a rare Asian animal. Its original home is found in northeastern and east central China. In 1865, a French missionary by the name of Father Pere Armand David was visiting China. While looking over the wall of the Emperor’s...
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  19. Exxon Valdez 10 Years Later
    When people hear the phrase "oil spill: they think a bunch of black stuff all in the water. Well there is a lot more to it then just that. It is an economical disaster as well as an environmental one. As you read along you will see how...
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  20. Favouring Biotechnology: Genetically Modified Foods
    Throughout the advancing technology of today, the human culture is becoming futuristic with science and all of its components. Genetically modifying foods presents positive opportunities in agriculture and human health. Furthermore, more...
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  21. Genetic Catastrophe
    \"We [the human race]|do not have much time to prove that we are not the product of a lethal mutation\"<br /> <br /> Science 263: 181, 1994<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> \"I almost think it is the ultimate destiny of science to exterminate the...
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  22. Genetically Modified Foods – Why All the Fuss?
    Genetically modified foods are made of plants which have been altered. They have been modified on the level of their genes. This changes target higher productivity or better quality. It\'s obvious that this is a topic with much controversy around...
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  23. Improper Watering
    Background Information <br /> <br /> Improper watering is probably the greatest reason for failure in the small garden. In the small garden the soil needs to be at field capacity, a state in which the water is equally distributed throughout the...
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