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    of this phenomenon would obey profound alterations between the atmosphere and ocean, which would be generated in the region of the tropical Pacific, causing abnormalities in the general circulation of the atmosphere with varied effects reverberating globally. The occurrence of this phenomenon results in climate changes, mostly accompanied by abundant rainfall, alterations in marine and terrestrial ecosystems, issue straight influenced and negative impacts on the national economy population .El Nino and La Nina both are the most obvious examples of global climatic oscillations, and essential part of a vast and complex system of climatic fluctuations. La Niña is characterized by colder temperatures and lasting if it is compared with El Niño as it is characterized by curiously warm sea temperatures in the Equatorial Pacific Ocean. Under normal conditions the Pacific in South America from Chile to the south of Ecuador, they are cold and rich in nutrients and generate an ecosystem abundant marine life that explains the fishing wealth of countries like Peru. The cold water is due to the Humboldt or Peru which comes from the Antarctic waters. In its route between northern Chile and Peru it generates, along with circulation of trade winds, desert coastal areas considered among the driest areas of the world.…

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    As a result of global warming, there is not a corner of the worlds’ oceans left unaffected by anthropogenic disturbances. The heating of Earth’s surface occurs through a life supporting process known as the greenhouse effect. This is a natural process where heat from solar radiation passing through the atmosphere is absorbed by gases and radiated back to the surface (Bradford A 2014). However, human activities, such as deforestation, industrial processes, and fossil fuel combustion are polluting…

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    For as long as I can remember, I have had a burning desire to earn my bachelor’s degree, a goal which has been set for countless years. My future goal is to complete my bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in math and English, with the ultimate goal to teach algebra at any level between the seventh and tenth grades. My eighth grade algebra teacher helped me achieve an understanding of algebra that I never knew existed, instilling in me a desire to pass on an understanding of and an excitement…

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    Counter Euclid's Elements

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    Euclid states, “a surface is that which has length and breadth only”(22). The term surface is one that is controversial in science today. Due to theories such as string theory, the idea of infinite dimensions is a possibility in modern science. Euclid does not define surface with the possibility of numerous dimensions therefore his specific belief of a surface can be questioned. Because a reader in the modern era is able to use current science to possibly question Euclid, again the reader can…

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    Clean Your Roof

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    If you have a roof with asphalt shingles that is no longer brand new, you should seal your asphalt shingles this fall and make them waterproof. This will extend the life of your asphalt shingles and protect all the layers of your roof from water. Clean Your Roof Before you seal your asphalt shingles, you need to clean your roof. You will need to wait one day in between cleaning your roof and sealing your roof. The first thing you need to do is use a broom to gently brush off any dirt and…

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    Sealcoating Benefits

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    This will keep your asphalt driveway from becoming brittle and cracking. Sealcoating Will Protect Your Driveway From Rain And Snow When it rains and snows, the water that hits your driveway will seap into the tiny cracks and holes in the asphalt. when the temperature drops down to freezing in the winter months, all the water that made its way into the asphalt will expand. When the water expands, it will cause your driveway to crack. One way to prevent water from penetrating your driveway is…

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    “He has slept on the ground; in a sewage culvert, curled up with other migrants; on top of gravestones. Once, on top of a moving train, he grew so hungry that he jumped forward to the first car, leaped off, and raced to pick a pineapple. He was able to reboard one of the train’s last cars. Another time, he had gone two days without water. His throat felt as if it was swelling shut. There were no houses in sight. He found a small cattle trough. It was frothy with cow spit. Under the froth was…

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    Southern Australia, and North by the Great Victoria Desert. It is bordered on the south by the Great Australian Bight seacoast (Ref 2). Figure 1 - Location of Nullarbor Plain Biome: The Nullarbor Plain, whose name in Latin means "no trees", belongs to the Desert and Xeric Shrubland biome, characterized by semi-arid climate with little precipitation and extreme temperature variation. Typically, deserts may see less than 250 mm of precipitation annually and extreme temperatures may range between…

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    Ningaloo Reef Case Study

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    is bacteria, which works to further break down the dead organic matter in the bodies of plant and animal organisms. Producer (Sea grass, phytoplankton): Makes its own food through photosynthesis and stores its energy Primary Consumer: Obtains food and energy by eating organisms (zooplankton) 2. From your ecosystem, identify and describe an example of a.…

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    Arctic Climate Change

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    and it’s constant climate change can lead to dangerous effect. The main reason why the Arctic region is the main control is due to the fact that it emits more heat to space than it absorbs from outside, which helps cool and create a balance in the atmosphere. For example, since the sea ice is white, it helps reflects sunlight back to space and reduce the the heat absorption at the poles keeping it cold. As the Arctic is getting warmer the sea ice is shrinking exposing more seawater to sunlight…

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