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Water Pollution and Acid Rain Deposition in Victoria, British Columbia
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This 18 page paper provides an introduction to the issue of water pollution and water quality in Victoria, British Columbia, and determines the nature of the issue and possible ways of addressing the problem. This paper takes an active or process oriented view of the problem, and defines the importance of the issue in the future. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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The Changing Technology in the Oil Industry
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This 12 page paper looks at the oil industry during the twentieth century and the way in which advances in technology have changed caused changes. The paper covers topics such as deep sea drilling, the use of computer and satellites and the speed of change. The bibliography cites 9 sources.
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Earth Sciences Lesson Plans
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This 8 page paper provides an overview of 4 lesson plans of specific elements relative to Earth sciences. These lesson plans include plans on air and the weather; water, surface, & subsurface; origin, composition, & structure of soil & rocks; and concepts of life related to environmental science. Each lesson plan includes a specific experiment to help students in the 4th grade understand the principles offered in the lesson. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Versatile Limestone
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A 5 page paper discussing the origins and chemical composition of this sedimentary rock used in so many diverse applications even today. For the soil as well as the sulfur-emitting furnace, limestone is applied as small particles no larger than good-sized dust particles, often the result of quarrying activities. Calcium, the primary component of limestone, is our 'miracle mineral' adding stability to buildings, enhancing soil fertility and strengthening our own human infrastructure. And it still can be as beautiful as the finely-veined marble with which Michelangelo sculpted. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Tidal South
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A 5 page overview of the geographical, ecological, and cultural feature of the Coastal South which have been shaped to a large extent by the oceans themselves. Emphasizes the changing nature of these features and how man is dependent on nature. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Influence of Geology on Human Civilization
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A 5 page research paper that examines how geology has been a powerful influence on human civilization. The writer argues that geology is the prime consideration that controls where human civilization can exist, for how long, and what activities it might be engaged in relative to land use. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: 90geoin.doc

Scientific Societies Of The Enlightenment
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5 pages in length. The Enlightenment was one of the central tasks where the major thinkers and scientific societies of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries established themselves. What this means in terms of the manner in which philosophers and scientists looked at the broader scope of existence lies within the works produced during that period. Having both embraced and critiqued the Enlightenment, the scientific societies recognized it as a time in which all of mankind could break free from the confines of what had heretofore been accepted as a universal recognition of existence; with each individual following in the footsteps of those who went before, without any question as to why things were accomplished in any certain order, the time for the Enlightenment symbolized the chance to break free from such scientific constraints. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCscien.doc

Problems of Fossil Fuels and the Advantages of Solar Energy
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This 20 page report discusses the technological dependency of the industrialized world on fossil fuels and the ways in which those fuels have steadily degraded the Earth’s environment. The general public’s concern about the environment, the multiple efforts of environmental activists, along with fresh ways of thinking by scientists and resource managers, has led to a new philosophy regarding the handling of the unique natural properties of living on Earth. This philosophy says that humanity has the capability to manage resources to sustain a full array of values and uses through a broader understanding of the ecosystems they inhabit. One of the most valuable and environmentally-friendly sources of energy is solar power. Information regarding solar energy is also presented. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
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Evolution and Creationism
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A 16 page paper discussing the strengths and weakness of the views of the creationists and the evolutionists. While evolutionists present a single group, creationists come adhering to all manner of ideas and theories. The most vocal group are the young-earth creationists, who maintain the earth likely is 6,000 years old and certainly no more than 10,000. Regardless of the unwillingness of this group to accept evolutionary theory as plausible or even as fact, there are other creationist groups who do, who even embrace evolution as a sign of God's involvement in progressive creation. The paper examines each side's strengths, weaknesses, conflicts and evidence. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
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Sedimentary Strata as Diaries of Environmental Change
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This 4 page paper provides an overview of the process of creation of sedimentary strata and the impacts in assessing environmental events of the past. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MHSedSec.rtf

The Impact of Climate Conditions in the San Joaquin Valley
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This 9 page paper discusses the impact of heat, fog, pollution, and hard freezes on the San Joaquin Valley of California. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: HVsanjoa.rtf

“A Sand County Almanac”
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A five page paper which gives an account of Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac, looking at his perception of the relationship of human beings to the ecological web, the ways in which civilisation is destroying the wilderness areas of America, and the importance of adapting ethical structures to encompass respect for the land as well as human society. Bibliography lists 1 source
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“Around the World in Eighty Days” and Examples of the National Geography Standards
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This is an 11 page paper discussing “Around the World in Eighty Days” in regards to the National Geography Standards. When Jules Verne wrote “Around the World in Eighty Days” (1873), the world seemed a much larger place and was just beginning to become more easily circumnavigated in a relatively short time because of the technological advances. Using the National Geography Standards comprised of six essential elements which make up the eighteen standards, it is useful to note that the elements can be identified within Verne’s work. Verne wrote an adventure fantasy story well over a century ago but was able to convey many of the essential elements used in the geographical standards and descriptions still used today. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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“Earthquakes in Salvador and Seattle”
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A six page paper which compares the recent earthquakes in Salvador and Seattle, in terms of the resultant damage, collateral effects on the economy, and the measures which the respective countries had previously taken to alleviate the potential impact of natural disasters. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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“Kankakee Basin Projects”
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A five page paper which looks at the problems of water supply in the Kankakee basin region, in terms of the effect of pollution on local aquifers, the way in which dredging of the local marshlands has caused erosion and flooding, and the various projects which are being undertaken to restore the structure of the marshlands and thereby improve both the local ecological environment and the community. Bibliography lists 4 sources
Filename: JLKan.rtf

“Landscape architecture and geographical concepts”
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A five page paper which looks at the way in which landscape architecture has developed, how it comprises elements of the physical environment as well as socio-cultural factors, and how geographical concepts can be used to demonstrate and account for conflicts and events through dynamic mapping. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: JLgeog.wps

“Life’s Far-Flung Raw Materials” Scientific American, July 1999
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This 5 page report reviews the article published in the July, 1999, issue of Scientific American entitled “Life’s Far-Flung Raw Materials” by Max P. Bernstein, Scott A. Sandford and Louis J. Allamandola. The article considers the idea that life on Earth may owe its start to carbon-rich molecules that once floated in interstellar clouds, then fell to the early earth with comets and meteorites. As the planet cooled, the organics may have linked into amino acids and proteins. Bibliography lists one source (included).
Filename: BWsciam.wps


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