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    Global Warming is provoking sea level to accelerate in the accumulation in height, and coastal flooding proliferating places like the U.S. East Coast, and the Gulf Of Mexico (How). Wildfires are increasing, and the season that it takes place in is getting longer it is affecting the…

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    In this paper I will attempt to examine the root causes of the Aral Sea disaster that implicate in ecological, societal, economic, and cultural environments throughout the time and space. This paper will challenge the traditional view of the Aral Sea disaster as of “natural”, but rather “crescive” and “constructed”. I will analyze the Aral sea disaster through the following lenses, first is political - harsh Soviet politics and transition to the market economy that had subsequently resulted in…

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    Attractions on Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) Health in Barbados, West Indies Kimberly Stewart, Terry Norton, Harwich Mohammed, Darren Browne, Kathleen Clements, Kirsten Thomas, Taylor Yaw, and Julia Horrocks Section 2: Green sea turtles tend to change their diets as they age. Green sea turtles start life as omnivores in pelagic water, but once their carapace length reaches 20 to25cm they move to coastal regions; their diet, then shifts to an herbivorous diet consisting of sea grass and…

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    Around the world today leatherback sea turtles are being killed at an alarming rate due to a variety of circumstances. From the commercial fishing industry to poaching, the population of this species has declined significantly over the past fifty years. However, there are ways to prevent this downward spiral. Through an educational approach, marine biologists and environmentalists should collaborate to form a nonprofit group to protect leatherback sea turtles throughout the world. Dermochelys…

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    Introduction The leatherback sea turtle is the largest of all living turtles and can be easily differentiated from other sea turtles because it lacks a bony shell, instead having an oily tough flesh. The leatherback is the only living species in its relative genus and family, thus making it the last turtle of its kind according to the Government of Canada (2016). However, if we as a global population continue going on the path that we are currently headed then we can say goodbye to the…

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    OUTLINE In this essay I will attempt to examine the nature of Aral Sea Disaster that implicates in ecological, social, economic, and cultural environments analyzing the root causes of the disasters in terms of mitigation, adaptation, and rehabilitation practices that will challenge the traditional view of a crisis as of “natural” process, but rather “constructed”. I will tackle the historical background of a disaster, its occurrence, consequences and effects, and ultimately identify strategies…

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    is close to large bodies of water for example the Mediterranean Sea. Countries that have this climate region are Morocco, Lebanon, Turkey, and Iraq. (“Climate and Vegetation Map” on page 362.) These different climate regions have a major effect on where people live. Looking at the population density map it shows more people live by large bodies of water because there is more vegetation. There…

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    Salton Sea is the largest inland body of water in California, measuring at 35 miles long and 15 miles across. Its salt level is fifty percent saltier than the ocean itself. The Salton Sea is beneficial to more than four hundred and twenty different species of birds. The species range from “white and brown pelicans to eared grebes, curlews, ibis, avocets and snowy plovers. It also supports millions of fish and a host of invertebrates, important food sources for the birds.” (Blogger, 2015) Salton…

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    My hometown is Qingdao, let me give a brief introduction of Qingdao to you. The “Qing” is a color, as same as cyan or green. The “dao” is island. There is a small island on the sea near Qingdao. Because there are many plants on the island, the island looks green and this is the origin of the “Qingdao”. Qingdao is located in the southern part of Shandong province. Qingdao's climate is typical temperate monsoon climate, so it is relative warm in winter and relative cool in summer. Summer…

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    wide exit into the Atlantic Ocean. Europe takes part of the road crossing from East to West and North to South to all terrestrial seas and air location. It has a coastline 65,993 km and geographical refraction creation of numerous peninsulas and bay islands that connect it with other continents and helps create social and economic ties. Baltic, North and Mediterranean Seas and a lot of small and large rivers in Europe create for it to be navigable of the goods inside and outside the continent.…

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