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    Testing Water Quality

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    In this lab we will be testing the water quality of the Lewis and Clark Lake. We will be testing to see if the water is good quality and good for the fish and creatures that need that water to live. The first step is to extract the water from the lake and analyze the way it looks. We should write down the description of the water. The second step is to take it to the lab to test the water for pollutants and to test the quality of the water. Ph. is a measure of the hydrogen ion concentration of…

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    inhibiting their ability to feed and reproduce. Sewage and untreated wastewater carry a deadly bacteria and pathogen that can infect and kill corals. Hotels and resorts can discharge untreated sewage and wastewater into the ocean, creating a growth of algae creating a competition for space with corals. Dredging activities to make marinas or deep-water channels causes sensitive habitats to be destroyed or disturbed and from the waste of the dumping in the ocean. Research shows that humans in…

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    For our hundred year starship project our ship is set to leave Earth around the year 2035. By that time natural disasters have wreaked havoc on civilization making it hard for people to rebuild and create the once great civilizations that once were. Countries came together to create a spacecraft that will be self sufficient and be able to support new life on board and hopefully find a new world to repopulate and continue the human race. For the journey there were five major problems to be…

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    Bighead Carp

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    The dreaded Asian carp, the flying fish boaters and fisherman love to hate. A general search for Asian carp turns up more hilarious YouTube videos than you can probably watch in your lifetime. What’s not funny? The fact that these carp are an invasive species and are slowly taking over the waters that they live in. There are four varieties of Asian carp – silver carp, grass carp, bighead carp, and black carp; all of which are native to the waters of Russia, Vietnam, and China. These carp were…

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    Water was, as Pi put it, “Liquid life.” When Pi finds himself stranded on a lifeboat with only the tiger Richard Parker for company, he soon starts to experience the effects of dehydration. The lack of water numbs his thoughts, makes him feel like “a dried out lizard,” and prevents him from functioning fully. Thus, when he discovers the locker and the supply of fresh water, his reactions is that he finds solace in it and is elated. He describes the fresh water as “a pearl of water,” showing just…

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    Natural forces and the development boom are having serious implications on the landscape, flora and fauna of the Big Bonanza Coast. Erosion is when soil is broken down by natural forces over time and erosion usually happens in three actions - soil detachment, movement and disposition. Water erosion effects the Big Bonanza Coast the most. When it rains or water hits the beach or dunes, the drops break down the soil. The bigger the storm, the larger the erosion potential. The loss of sand on the…

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    Brontosaurus was a solitary animal and lived for a long time as evidence in the Morrison Formation suggest that it lived from the mid to late Kimmeridgian age. During this period the ecosystem included forests, savannas, conifers, fungi, and green algae among…

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    yourself. Clean The Concrete First The first step is to clean your walkway to get rid of dirt and weeds growing in cracks. The easiest way to do that is with a pressure washer as it will force dirt out of pits and cracks. If the concrete has mold or algae stains, the pressure washer may be able to blast them off too. If not, you may want to buy a mold remover to get rid of as many stains as you can. A clean surface is necessary so the new top coat will adhere well and no imperfections will…

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    Phosphorus Research Paper

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    Phosphorus: General: Phosphorus is one of chemical elements of periodic table with atomic number 15 and atomic mass 30.9738 g/mol. Phosphorus is one of members of polyvalent non-metal of Nitrogen group and can be found in nature as some different allotropic format. Phosphorus can not be found free in nature since it’s so reactive and while it’s isolated and pure, it is clear and almost transparent. Phosphorus can be found in three common forms as white, red and black which their particular…

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    Chlorine is a chemical added to swimming pools to keep the water free of bacteria and algae. Chlorine levels in swimming pools vary based on how much chlorine has already been used to remove bacteria and how much sunlight has broken down the chlorine molecules. This means that pool owners spend a lot of time testing and adjusting the levels of chlorine in their pools. To reduce the amount of time spent on pool maintenance, pool chemical manufacturer's created chlorine tablets. These tablets are…

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