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  • Mayan Tribe

    reference to contemporary or precolumbian peoples, to Mayan peoples in different parts of Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, and to languages or peoples. Maya populations in Chiapas. The area officially assigned to the Lacandon Community is the Montes Azules Biosphere…

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  • Ecofeminism And Sustainability Essay

    lends its hand out to solve these issues from an environmentalist view. However, the one-sided women to nature relationship in ecofeminism should be looked at from a global environmentalist standpoint and consider how the effect humans have on the biosphere is a much more pressing issue. There have been many scientific and technological advancements before us that have impacted the Earth in many positive ways. After all, it is the study of the…

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  • Nitrogen Dioxide Levels: Environmental Analysis

    Nitrogen Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide levels indicate a lot about human activity. Our actions effect the environment in many ways. Instruments such as OMI, MOPITT, and AIRS study the effect of these gases on the climate. The release of NO2 and CO in the atmosphere depends on human activity. Furthermore, these gases have many severe effects on our health. Exposure to these gases can be prevented if proper steps are taken. Ozone Measuring Instrument (OMI) can distinguish between aerosol types,…

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  • Proposal On Climate Change

    Introduction Climate change, we learn about this in school but is what we are learning helping us understand climate change. We need to understand how it is actually affecting us in a more real world examples. Most people don’t believe in climate change. Their needs to be data and information accessible for people to understand what climate change is and how to fix or slow down the problem. It affects us in many way we don’t think about. I can affect us in the economy, agriculture, plants and…

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  • Monarch Butterfly Research Paper

    Monarch Butterfly and Habitat Loss Monarchs might as well be the most advantageous species on the planet considering they help with pollinating plants which produce our crops and provides a food source for birds and small reptiles. However, the number of monarchs is decreasing from habitat loss, climate change, chemical pollutants, poaching/farming, and public awareness. Herbicide is their biggest threat because it kills their main dish, which is milkweed. Remarkably, people from Science…

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  • What Are The Pros And Cons Of Nuclear Energy?

    Assignment 1 It is now widely recognized that unless drastic actions are taken to reduce global warming, the world could be heading to to global disaster. The nuclear energy industry is considered to be one leading source of clean air in the United States. The only energy source capable of assuring the survival of our modern civilization. This essay will discuss and examine the environmental benefits and disadvantages, safety and security, economics and waste management aspects of using nuclear…

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  • Marine Science Application Essay Sample

    knowledge that I am currently taking, into this field, researching the way to create environment to change the way of farming in aquaculture industry to less detrimental ways for marine organisms is my primary goal. Furthermore, in terms of entire biosphere, which is not limited to sea life community itself, I would like to research the way to prevent or restore marine ecosystem from possible climate change and natural…

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  • The Big Questions In Geography

    In The Big Questions in Geography by Cutter et al. (2002), two questions stand out as the most important to geography as a discipline: (1) “How has the earth been transformed by human action?” and (2) “What role has geographical skill played in the evolution of human civilization, and what role can it play in predicting the future?” Although the list of questions is extensive, there is a key query that was excluded: How do geographers effectively communicate their research with the public?…

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  • Carbon Cycle Research Paper

    Carbon cycle One of the ways that nature recycles matter is through the carbon cycle. The carbon cycle is carbon cycling through the global environment. Carbon is a chemical element and a key component of many systems in the biosphere, from acting as part of the earth's thermostat to being one of the key elements in photosynthesis, which is when plants make sugars for energy. In order for the ecosystem to function properly, all parts need an adequate supply of carbon. This is usually not…

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  • Short Essay On Reason By Issac Asmiov

    When one thinks of Space Solar power they think of something that is futuristic. In 1941, Issac Asmiov who wrote science fiction published a short story called “Reason.” In the short story, it talked about a space station that collected energy from the sun to send to other planets by the usage of microwave beams. In the story there is a line that says, “"Our beams feed these worlds energy drawn from one of those huge incandescent globes that happens to be near us. We call that globe the Sun ...…

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