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  • Polynesian Culture Essay

    language, and traditions are apart of their history and love within their land. The polynesian natives are very proud to be able to carry on wonderful traditions to their visitors and people that live on the land to show how much they respect their island they call home. Adding on to their beliefs and traditions among the culture is about the polynesian history. This group of down to earth people are very captivating to learn and understand their way of living, as we come to their land we grow…

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  • Hawaii Compare And Contrast

    ocean crashing onto the sandy white beaches. The sand on the beaches does not feel like the beach in Panama City Beach; it does not stick to you as much and it is easier to get off. The sand is bigger grains than one might be used to. On some of the islands in Hawaii, there are black sand beaches where the sand…

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  • Lord Of The Flies Conflict Analysis

    The allegory, Lord of the Flies by William Golding, is a fictional novel about a plane crash on an island without any adults. The setting of the book is an island; “the shore was fledged with palm trees. These stood or declined against the light and their green feathers were 100 feet up in the air.” And that the is,and is hot and tropical; “here and there, little breezes crept over the water beneath a haze of heat”. There are three main conflicts in this novel, they are a conflict with nature,…

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  • Relationship Between Climate Change, Migration And Human Health

    reducing the productivity of agriculture. A significant number of the islands get their fresh water from underground fresh water tables. These tables exist because the less dense fresh water sits above the more dense salty water in the porous coral that makes up the island. When seawaters rise, they can easily breach the fresh water table, making that water become salty, and seriously reducing the availability of fresh water on the islands (Locke, 2009). Agriculture is already being impacted, as…

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  • Sea Levels: The Causes And Effects Of Global Warming

    “These islands aren 't causing this problem. And because of that, they 're powerless to save themselves” (CNN). As a resident of East Tennessee, I do not see the effects of global warming on a day-to-day basis; if I’m being honest, I do not believe I have ever really experienced this besides an abnormally warm winter’s day. I have always heard of global warming being a thing, but I never realized how it impacts the lives of hundreds of thousands of people each day. After reading these articles,…

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  • Rongorongo Artifact

    from left to right, bottom to top, which is also known as the reverse boustrophedon (Bahn, 1996). This famous enigma of Easter Island was first dated in 2003 with the use of the accelerator mass spectrometry technique and was concluded to have a 95% probability of being created in 1680 and 1740 AD (Orliac, 2005). They were discovered in the 19th century on the small island with…

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  • Effects Of Food Security In The South Pacific

    Annotated Bibliography Silke Groeneweg What are the effects of climate change and subsequent rising sea levels on food production and security of the inhabitants of islands in the South Pacific? In the past few decades, climate change has become a bigger concern for researchers and the public alike. For the inhabitants of small island nations in the South Pacific, there is no issue more pressing or potentially detrimental to their lives. Scientists, policy makers, government officials and…

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  • Jake Elliott: A Short Story

    first thing that he did was his work as a freelance journalist and edited some of the articles that he was working on. They were about the lamest things that you could imagine. He listened to the popular radio station in both Baltham and Bainbridge Island: 91.3 The Mesh. There were several radio stations that he often heard while he typed away, but he liked to hear Sadie Douglas talk about the local news once in awhile. At noon, he decided to make a ham sandwich from his kitchen and took a…

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  • My True Home Essay

    Alaska, the place that I feel most like myself. I was born in Anchorage, Alaska on November 23rd, 1990 in Providence Hospital. I probably spent about five years living on the island of Dutch Harbor and probably spent about another three years living in the city…

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  • Good Ethos: Honesty Or Trustful?

    With Fox news being one of the main standout news broadcasters throughout the country and the world; however, they try to persuade and manipulate their audience into their perspective of "the real" news. Hence, this is one of the best examples of a bad ethos…

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