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    more sophisticated. Most people wouldn’t think of the horseshoe crab, which dates back to about 400 million years ago, 200 million years before the dinosaurs existed. The horseshoe crab marvelous reign may come to an end because we are interacting with these fascinating creatures. Humans should not interact with these magnificent creatures because interacting with these creatures can cause the decrease in other endangered species which provide jobs for many ornithologists (bird watchers), implementing human structures can lead to the downfall of the horseshoe crabs, and lastly, using horseshoe crabs as eel and conch bait will lead to the…

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    Blacksmithing History

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    Have you ever been bewildered about what life was like on a Texas plantation? After reading this you will hopefully have solved some of those absurd mysteries. What was life truly like as a slave? How did the ancients endure? How do you get tools when you can’t go to the store? Well, if you needed any weapons in the past, you would generally go to the blacksmith. Blacksmithing is a fascinating job that keeps the culture of medieval castles and knights alive. Understanding blacksmithing is a…

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    Horseshoe Placement

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    reading for myself. In relation to witchcraft, the symbolic meanings of these cards bring upon psychic senses between the reader and the participant. These cards, in a sense, call out to the reader and are not simply picked out based on an artistic style. Additionally, if chosen correctly, the deck will form a bond with the conductor and will therefore only function if handled by their owners. As this process needed the utmost attention in order to be completed, I was asked to not write notes…

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    Salinity In Earth Harbor

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    The age score used in the field consisted of three categories (1-3). A horseshoe crab was marked as (1) if its eyes were still very clear, and if its prosoma showed no signs of epibionts, had a lustrous sheen to it and a mottled pattern of black colored lines. A horseshoe crab marked as (2) had obvious mating scars if female, had some epibionts, and while it still showed a lustrous carapace, it was starting to show wear and tear, the mottling was not as apparent and the eyes were also not quite…

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    Horseshoe crabs are an important part of the ecology of coastal communities. During the nesting season, especially in the Mid-Atlantic States, horseshoe crab eggs become the major food source for migrating birds. Over 50% of the diet of many shorebird species consists of horseshoe crab eggs. Many bird species in Florida have been observed feeding on horseshoe crab eggs. In addition, many fish species rely on horseshoe crab eggs for food. Horseshoe crabs are currently exploited in three…

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    Horseshoe Bat Lab

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    Paper Summary: “Geographic Variation in the Acoustic Traits of Greater Horseshoe Bats” (Keping Sun et al.) Introduction This experiment focused on understanding the process of the diversification of phenotypic traits between populations of individual species due to geographic distance or isolation between each population. These researchers aimed to analyze the microevolutionary processes of genetic drift, cultural drift, and adaptation as factors that could have driven geographic variation in…

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    Everybody hears about the most popular beaches, Key West, Clearwater, Palm Beach, but sometimes popular isn’t always best. Beaches are about experiencing nature, without all the hustle and bustle of the modern world. And sometimes to do this, you need to escape a little further. There is a place that is perfect for this. Horseshoe Beach. It is located three hours north of Dade City, in a place called Dixie County, quietly tucked away from the rest of the world. It sits on the coast of the Gulf…

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    The battle at Horseshoe Bend although obscure to most Americans had a great affect the expansion of of America. The Louisiana Purchase of 1808 already showed the greed and appetite for land from white Americans and their need for individual property. However, with all the land the United States received from the purchase they could not move on the land because it was not really theirs as long as the five tribes were on the land. It was not until the battle at Horseshoe Bend that coveted land…

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    Case Study: Horseshoe Crab

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    - There is a high degree of mineralization CaCo3 in the form of calcite - Contains fibers that bundle and form in a twisted plywood helical structure Horseshoe Crab The horseshoe crab has a composite of 3 layers: 1) Exterior shell - similar to crab but no mineral phase 2) Intermediate layer – vertical laminate 3) Inner core - open cell foam structure that is hollow in the middle Sheep crab The sheep crab shell is made of highly dense tubules that help enhance toughness. They also have a high…

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    The Army characterizes leadership by many attributes and core competencies that led to very specific out comes ranging from, creating healthy climates, securing U.S. interests, and mission success. Through the hard work and determination of General Jackson he later became the seventh President of the United States of America. Army doctrine provides the core concept that describes what leaders need to be, know, and do to be successful. Specifically, during the Creek American War General Jackson…

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