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    Essay On Everglades

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    If you grow up in Florida you've probably visited the Everglades when you look at the water, it's brownish and smells would you dare to swim in it? Big sugar companies and agricultural companies are dumping high amounts phosphors into the Everglades which is Demolishing the everglades Ecosystem and animals that live there depend on water for its survival. Over the last century the Everglades have shrunk to less than half their original size as agricultural and residential development in the region have expanded. With rapid urban development and agricultural runoff from farms these come with hefty repercussions to the ecosystem and the water we drink. We need to change the way companies are dumping their toxic waste, educate the public on the…

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    Throughout history, human activity has damaged a countless amount of ecosystems. The everglades is one example of a dying ecosystem that was caused by human interactions. The everglades was once home of many animals and plants, several of the animals have left or are struggling to survive now. Water pollution has damaged the overall water quality in the everglades. Since the restoration of the everglades is not seen as directly beneficial to humans, some people neglect the ecosystem. But this…

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    The Everglades Foundation is focused on restoring the Everglades and surrounding estuaries to a natural state for clean water access for the people of Florida. Katz and Light would both agree that restoration should be done but they have differing views on restoration. Katz believes that it creates domination over nature and Light believes in non-dominant restoration. In this paper, I will discuss the two views and how it applies to the Everglades Foundation. As I explain these positions I will…

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    serving the people and improving the Everglades, and linked support for conservation with subservience to corporations. Napoleon Bonaparte Broward represented those who believed that drainage of the Everglades improved it, and that the state…

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    The Burmese Pythons in The Everglades Have you heard about Burmese pythons? These snakes may be pretty cool to you at first. Once they get too big you might not know what to do with them. In addition, more and more people have decided to release these snakes in the wild, which has become a problem. In the Florida Everglades this is an issue due to tens of thousands of snakes that are trying to survive. However, this is negatively affecting the ecosystem. Burmese pythons have altered the…

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    Can you imagine buying an animal without researching about it? Well that's what these people did to the Burmese pythons. They just threw them out and they all went to the Everglades. That is why we need to be extra censurable for our pets. The Informational Article states," It is among the largest snake in the world, capable of growing the length of 23 feet and weigh up to 200 lbs." That is certainly an long snake that can do a great amount of damage. This is why we should research about an…

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    in Florida's Everglades. No not only Florida's Everglades, but the wetlands of the nation. Not even the nation, but the wetlands of the world. Although, lets focus on one topic at a time, Florida's Everglades. Some species are in danger due to invasive plants and animals. You may even say that they’ve left to live in another wetland. A…

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    Everglades Downfall

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    You may go to the Everglades and see a beautiful marsh from the dock your on, but like a fake smile on someone's face, so that everyone else won’t worry , it’s all a lie. Under the surface , the Everglades are suffering from our past actions. Since 1900, draining of the Everglades for development and farming has eroded 50% of the original wetlands. In 1986, when large levels of phosphorous were found, water management became a primary focus in the Everglades, resulting in long court battles to…

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    Everglades Research Paper

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    Located in Florida, the Everglades is home to over 350 species of birds alone! Not only does it house many different types of species, this natural wetland also boosts Florida's economy in an exceeding amount with visitors coming in every day! But sadly, due to invasive snakes like pythons and other foreign animals and plants, native species have been receiving harm and endangerment in the area. The Everglades: extremely valuable to both our economy and all of the animals that nest there. A…

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    Florida Everglades Essay

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    The Everglades Helps People and Animals The Florida Everglades have a lot of value and mean a lot to most people. For example, tourist from all around the world go to the Everglades to see all of the amazing creatures that have been living there for thousands and thousands of years. But, there are invasive pythons that live in the Everglades that eat all of the birds and animals that live there. People are also dumping waste and building houses, buildings, and offices. When people build on the…

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