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  • Arctic Ocean Research Paper

    Tami Heletz Mrs. Simon English 7H 6 March 2017 The Arctic Ocean A landscape of bright and shiny ice lies ahead, getting closer every moment. Life by the millions thrives under your ship. Welcome to the Arctic Ocean. The Arctic Ocean is located in the Northern Hemisphere. polardicovery.whoi.edu says, "Greenland, Spitzpergen, Alaska, Canada, Norway, and Russia surround it. It used to be called the Frozen Ocean." The Arctic Ocean, over 5,400,000 miles in area, is a very important habitat. It has lots of animal and plant life, but people have made some negative impacts on the area. Luckily, there are solutions in place and conservations to preserve this magnificent creation. The Arctic is a beautiful place, and also very important to us. The…

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  • Arctic Ocean Soda Case Study

    It uses the traditional package of small glass bottle in the size of 248 ml, selling at Rmb2.5 per bottle. Due to the transportation constraints ,products in glass bottles can only be sold at on-street grocery stores and eateries. In order to expand its sales channels effectively, Arctic Ocean soda has introduced canned packaging to be mainly sold at supermarkets. Among a multitude of beverages, canned Arctic Ocean soda publicized for its ""taste of our childhood" is popular among consumers.…

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  • What Are Environmental Changes Affecting Organisms

    Environmental Changes Affecting Organisms The world's climates is being affected by our way of life. Many of these changes aren't just hurting the plants and animals indigenous to these climates, it is also hurting us. Freshwater lakes and ponds, the Arctic ice caps, and humans are being affected by what is going on in the world. Many of the organisms in these freshwater lakes and ponds respond to the changes in their climate in two ways. They either can not respond, therefore, the number of…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis: First-Year College Students

    The main purpose of these two articles is to inform the audience on a continuous phenomenon of increasing temperatures in Artic areas. Both articles state their claim agreeing that the rising temperatures have been continuing to elevate in heat sensitive areas for quite some time now. Due to rising temperatures, the harsh sunlight has begun to show attention toward phytoplankton blooms. In research from “Thinning ice creates undersea artic greenhouses” by Thomas Sumner, there is information yet…

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  • Arctic Pochee Research Paper

    The Arctic Pochee is a close relative of a cheetah and a polar bear. The Arctic Pochee has many of the cheetahs traits and many of the polar bears traits. The Arctic Pochee lives in a rocky environment with harsh cold weather, lots of precipitation, wind, and small mountains. There is very little vegetation there but there some grasses, trees, and shrubs. The Arctic Pochee eats water animals like fish and sea urchins. There are many lakes and there is an ocean nearby, this is wear the Arctic…

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  • My Native American Experience

    In 1607 I made my first voyage for the English Muscovy Company, in an effort to find an ice free passage through the North Pole to China and Japan. Although my crew and I had to make our way back to Europe after our ship was not able to get past Greenland, because of all the ice, this expedition, however, did provide a reliable view of this part of the world that has not yet been properly explored. It is because of this adventure, that the world found out about the Arctic Circle and the whales…

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  • Polar Bears: Habitat Description And Niche Characteristics

    implantation of the fertilized ovum is detained. Involving the delay, pregnancy may last anywhere between 195-265 days and about one to four cubs, approximately 2 are born in the winter usually in a den of ice or snow. Female polar bears usually become sexually mature at four or five years of age. Females also tend to breed every two to four years after they first reproduce which is around four to eight years of age. Male polar bears do not successfully mate until they are 8 to 10 years of age. …

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  • Cooperation In The Arctic And The Cold War

    the Arctic Ocean has been famed for its inaccessibility, but with unprecedented ice retreats in recent years as a result of global warming, the Arctic Ocean is becoming rapidly accessible. This means new possibilities for the Arctic countries in terms of trade, travel, and access resources. These recent changes in the topography have led many to portray the Arctic as a geopolitical race for natural resources and territory, with Russia seen as the main aggressor. Russia is depicted as a…

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  • Polar Bears Research Paper

    Polar bears live on the sea ice floes, surrounded by the Arctic ocean. They have an abundant source of seawater, which, unfortunately is not drinkable. Sea water is too salty and would make the polar bears thirstier even more. There are no fresh drinkable waters in the Arctic, yet, animals like polar bear require water to survive. However, polar bears can go a very long time without drinking any. They sometimes consume on snow, melting it into water. But, they can’t gain a large quantity of…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Arctic Tundra Biome

    There are two different types of tundra, they are the arctic tundra and the alpine tundra. The alpine tundra is located high in the mountains above the trees and the arctic tundra is in the article circle. In the tundra biome, there are many oil rigs and oil mines and they disrupt nature. The tundra biome is the coldest biome and covers about 20% of the earth. It is also the driest place on earth and only gets an average of ten inches of rain per year. In the summer time, it does not get dark,…

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