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    Z For Zachariah Analysis

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    In the novel Z for Zachariah by Robert C. O'Brien, Ann lives in a valley with a self-contained weather system, referred to in the story as a "meteorological enclave." This valley is completely unaffected by the weather outside; therefore, it is protected from the radiation fallout after the nuclear war. After reading the novel, a question that rose was whether a meteorological enclave was theoretically possible? I concluded that that a theoretical meteorological enclave is possible, after researching the idea. A valley is made by erosion and rivers. One of the conditions for a meteorological enclave is that it must be closed on all sides up to the tropopause, The tropopause is the boundary in the Earth's atmosphere between the troposphere and the stratosphere. The side must reach the tropopause completely would need to be about 10 kilometres over the poles or over 18 kilometres above the equator. On Earth, there are not mountains that high, but on other planets there are. Furthermore on Earth, most valleys are made by erosion and rivers. If a valley is entirely closed, it cannot be a result of erosion, but…

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    What is a foul weather gear and why you need it? Description: Foul weather gear is the must-have item when you set out for some adventurous activity. It must keep you warm and comfortable. There must not be any water penetration. Can you hear the winds howling and the rain blasting by in horizontal downpour? When the wind is sharp, the sky is grey and the spray is chilled as an ice, all you need is foul weather gear to sail comfortably in the winter weather. Sailing in winter becomes a pleasure…

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    Orthocladius Essay

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    By comparing the data in Table 2 against the graph above, it is discovered that Site 1 is located on the St Mary’s glacial river and feeds onto the meltwater from the St Mary’s glacier. Orthocladius is most abundant between 2 and 4 degrees as well as Microspectra. The first 2 bugs thrive when it is 2 to 4 degrees and they are most rich at site 1. At site 2, Psectrocladius is present between 6 and 8 degrees. Site 2 is situated on St Mary’s River at a height of 1100m and is located approximately…

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    Happy 150th Birthday Lake Charles! It’s amazing to think, after 150 years, Lake Charles is still moving forward. Lake Charles is constantly changing, and in 50 years, who knows where it will be. Lake Charles has welcomed new people, new ideas, and new businesses to become a city of kindness and greatness. I believe that in fifty years, Lake Charles will continue to grow and change, and become a bustling city of commerce for the good of its people. The luxuries only provided to some…

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    Possible Worlds Theory

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    The troposphere can only be entered through the ritual of drinking the tincture made up of a very specific mixture of ingredients and looking at a perfectly round, black circle. The importance of drinking the mixture stays even after several entries into the troposphere by Ariel but the circle is not necessary anymore. A ritual can help the mind prepare for upcoming events and therefore also resembles a temporal buffer between two happenings: in this case a temporal space between presence in…

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    envelopes the Earth, held together by gravity. Everyone on the planet has the right and access to the atmosphere, making it a global common. There are many components that make up the atmosphere, the main components is nitrogen, which makes up 78.09% of the atmosphere, and oxygen, which makes up 20.95%. Around 1% of the atmosphere is comprised of water vapour, methane, carbon dioxide, sulphur, argon and particulates (e.g. dust). There are a total of four layers to the atmosphere, the…

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    beetles have boomed in Alaska thanks to 20 years of warm summers. The insects have chewed up 4 million acres of spruce trees.” These quotes from National Geographic are proof of the drastic and disastrous effects of global warming. The hole in the ozone layer also allows ozone to fill the troposphere which causes various health problems. EIA.gov says “Ozone in the lower atmosphere (troposphere) is created by chemical reactions between pollutants and sunlight. Ozone in the troposphere is…

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    Now, the first thing I wanted to bring up is the greenhouse effect. This is the process by which radiation from a planet 's atmosphere warms the planet 's surface to a temperature above what it would be in the absence of its atmosphere. Is global warming happening? Well, literally it is, but I think the earth goes through it because of the different components of the atmosphere. The atmosphere is composed of layers that include from the lowest to the highest, troposphere, Stratosphere,…

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    Sun Layers

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    The first and very last layer in our atmosphere is the exosphere and has no breathable air and is extremely cold, below that lies the thermosphere that has very hot molecules that capture the radiation becoming charged and increase in temperature, but because they are scattered and not packed in tightly they are unable to transfer the heat, The next bottom ;layer is the middle layer known as the “mesosphere” where all the gasses are mixed , followed by the stratosphere that contains the very…

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    many kilometers and contribute to asthma, lung and heart diseases and a large number of cancers. Carbon dioxide All this extra effort has to go somewhere. Country Plants and ocean taken up about 55% while 45% remains in the atmosphere. 20% can remain in the atmosphere for thousands of years. This means that the climate impact of historical carbon emissions will continue in the years to come even if we restrict excessive emissions today. Excess carbon warms the planet, helps plants grow more and…

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