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Save Earth Before Colonizing Mars
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Has humanity irreversibly defaced earth from being a sustainable planet for further centuries? Many would believe that humanity has come to a point of constant destruction of earth with no hope for change. This thought process has come forth with the resolution of starting a new sustainable planet on mars. However, it is tremendously more challenging to restart than to fix damage and change simplistic daily routines. As a global unit we do not have the resources on earth or…...
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Environmental Science: Definition, Scope and Importance
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Environment The term environment comes from the French word “environment” and means everything around us. ”. The meaning of the French word is somewhat related to “encompass” “encircle” etc(It is believed to have been introduced into the subject by biologist Jacob Van Erkul in the early 1900s). It can be living or non-living things, that constantly interact with each other and adopt themselves to conditions in their environment. In the environment, there are different interactions between animals, plants, insects, soil,…...
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Environmental Degradation – An Overview
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The environment is the natural home for all living creatures. In today’s world, the growth of the population is leading to increased demand on environmental resources. Sadly, ecosystem conditions are deteriorating because of mankind’s boundless activities. Wildlife degradation is the depletion of the environment and its resources such as soil and air, as well as the extinction of species. Therefore, human beings’ infinite activities to support population growth are destroying mother earth at an alarming rate by causing air pollution…...
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Japan Tsunami
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An earthquake occurred on March 11, 2011. It was measured as a 9.0 earthquake according to the Richter scale. It occurred 500 kilometres off Japan’s coast. The epicentre was near Sendai in Japan. It was 32 kilometres below water level. (EARTH Magazine, 2011)(Japan Tsunami 2011, 2019)Japan sits on top of four different tectonic plates which cause the island to deal with 1,500 earthquakes annually. Japan is located in the Ring of Fire, which is a place where many earthquakes and…...
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Earth Science: Hurricanes and Weather
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Every living creature that lives on earth must deal with the endlessly changing forces called weather. There very few people that have any understanding of it. All living creatures have carefully watched this shifting display of climate and weather since well before the beginning of history, for the weather, then as now influenced every human activity. According to the national Weather service web site “Weather can be defined as the condition of the air at any particular place and time-…...
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Calcium carbonate
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We found that the convection current for distilled water was slightly different from the current of acid rain. On the basis of our observations, the convection current for rain water moved slightly more quickly. This was evident when the tank containing the acid rain was put onto the hot plate, and it could be seen that its convection current was faster than distilled water's. This is because it takes less time than the distilled water for the particles in acid…...
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World Environment Day (WED)
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World Environment Day (WED) is a day that stimulates awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and public action. It is on 5 June. It was the day that United Nations Conference on the Human Environment began. The United Nations Conference on the Human Environment was from 5–16 June 1972. It was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1972. [1] The first World Environment Day was on 1973. World Environment Day is hosted every year by a…...
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Water – The Most Important Natural Resource
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Totalled 75% of the earth is composed of the highly used natural resource we know as water. Water IS the most important natural resource known as it relates to everything biologically living. Water is used for an immeasurable number of important things. It occupies the earth’s surface, as well as our bodies and blood. Without it, living beings would not be able to live. Water is essential in the lives of all flora and fauna on earth, and serves as…...
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The Naze cliffs
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All along the exposed side of the Naze cliffs, and to a smaller extent on the managed areas, erosion is constantly taking place. These are as such: Slumping The Naze cliffs are made up in layers. The base off the cliffs is a thick layer of very soft but impermeable London clay. Sitting on top of this are two permeable layers. The first is the Red Crag. This is made of reddish coloured sand and shells, which are the remains…...
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Truearth Case Analysis and Solutions
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Introduction TruEarth is faced with a dilemma on whether or not to launch the new whole grain pizza product. This case has analyzed the marketing survey data and provided full alternative solutions. The calculated projected retail market of $21 to 30 million dollars will meet the business requirements to proceed with this project. The marketing plan is to focus on two key consumer groups: existing TruEarth customers and new health conscious group that may or may not be existing pizza…...
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Solar Storms
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Solar Storm Informative Speech Topic: Solar Storm Organizational Pattern: Cause and Effect General Purpose: Speaking to Inform Specific Purpose: This speech is to inform the public, including my fellow students, and instructor on the dramatic effect of a Solar Storm on society. Thesis Statement: When the Solar Storm hits earth it will eliminate all electricity and communication. The most recent recorded history of a major Solar Storm was in 1859 when their were no electrical grids, satellites or cell phones…...
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Process Analysis: Natural Diamond Formation
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Introduction "Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without" (Confucius 1). It is a common belief in today’s day and age that it is better to be something of value that is flawed than to be something of no value that has no flaws. Diamonds are formed from pure carbon, which is one of the most abundant elements on planet Earth, and makes up about 18% of the human body. In fact, all life on earth is carbon…...
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I Know that the sun will rise tomorrow morning
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  Couldn't this be counted as factual proof that the sun will rise tomorrow? During the past 16 years of my life, I have never encountered a day when the sun had not risen to welcome me for another, beautiful, granted day. Nor has any other human being, dead or alive. I think it is safe to say that life's processes, its patterns, this one anyway, will not change for another zillion years to come. Take note, I am not…...
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Insight and Speculation on Getting a Man to Mars
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Mars has been a fascinating topic of discussion for a long time now. Every aspect of the Red Planet is mysterious when you think about the history of it. It is extremely similar to the Earth in a lot of ways. It experiences seasons just like the Earth due to its tilt. It also has many mountain ranges, giving evidence for some plate tectonics, but not a lot of evidence. Due to Mars’ very thin atmosphere there is very little…...
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Hurricanes occur in MEDC’s (More Economically Developed Countries) and in LEDC’s (Less Economically Developed Countries)
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Outline the causes of any 2 different types of hazards Hazards are possible sources of danger. Types of hazards are those such as hurricanes, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. A cause is what makes something happen and is a reason for it happening. The two types of hazards I will be outlining the causes for are hurricanes and earthquakes. A hurricane and tropical storms are cyclones. When the winds reach a constant speed of 74 miles per hour or more, it…...
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How to stop pollution?
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There are many problems taking place in the society today. Some of these problems can be solved easily, or can be extremely difficult to solve depending on how bad it is. Many people are ignorant and unaware of how they affect the community, both positively and negatively. They think that these problems are for the government to deal with, since they are in charge. One main problem that is affecting the community today is pollution. Although many people are working…...
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How to Save Our Mother Earth
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SAMPLE LETTER 1 – cost of undiagnosed health problems Many adults with serious health issues – such as a brain tumor, retinal detachment, high blood pressure and glaucoma – look perfectly healthy and would qualify for an optician administered sight test. As an optometrist I have often been the first to detect general health disorders and diseases that have related eye health symptoms. Sometimes the patient notices a change to their vision, and sometimes they don’t. If they are sight…...
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Earthquake Simulation Program
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What is an earthquake? The definition of an earthquake is a violent vibration of the Earth that is caused by the sudden release of energy, usually as a result of faulting, which involves the displacement of rocks along fractures. They occur when rocks have been placed under huge amounts of pressure, for example if you take the rocks in the lithosphere, if the pressure increases very slowly, they will deform slightly. However, the problem is that all solids have a…...
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Describe the Critical Role That Water Plays In Maintaining Life on Earth
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One of the most abundant components of all organisms is water. Around 3/4 of the earths surface is covered by water and it makes up 70% of human cells and up to 95% of the mass of a plant. With these kinds of statistics you can see why it is so important. Water is a polar molecule meaning the distribution of electrical charge creates centres of positive and negative charge. These centres are separated by a short distance and the…...
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Creation, Evolution and Intervention
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A paper which explains the ideas of the three main theories: Evolution, Creation, and Intervention and how modern man came about.Creation, Evolution and Intervention: Which Theory is Correct? For many years, it has been widely debated how modern man came about. In this essay, I will explain the ideas of the three main theories: Evolution, Creation, and Intervention. I will also discuss which theory I believe and why it is that I believe it. Evolution Evolution, in biology, is the…...
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Character Analysis: The Darker Face of the Earth
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Fictional characters ANALYSIS OF ALEXANDER AND AMALIA JENNINGS LAFARGE IN RITA DOVE’STHE DARKER FACE OF THE EARTHAbstractionThe Darker Face of the Earthby Rita Dove is chosen to be the focal point of this analysis which specified into two characters—Alexander and Amalia Jennings LaFarge. There are some unsimilarity between Alexander and Amalia Jennings LaFarge in the features and their position of societal category. The aims of this analysis are to place, describe and analyze attitudes, gestures, and traits of Alexander and…...
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Beaches in Goa- A paradise on earth
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India has Goa state which is a most beautiful and supposed as a land of beaches and hotels. It is very easy to find fun and frolic around the world as there is a great combination of culture, heritage and lifestyle that attracts huge numbers of tourist from each and every corner of the world. A blend of sightseeing options along with activities Goa is ready to deliver the desired enjoyment during your vacations. Tourists often get enthralling intention around…...
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Deforestation: Causes and Effects
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Deforestation happens when forests are destroyed permanently and the land is used for other purposes such as agriculture, mining, infrastructure building. Forests cover about 30% of the planet and the ecosystem they create play an essential role in supporting life on earth but deforestation is clearing earth's forest at a massive scale and at the current and at the current rate of destruction, the world's rainforest can completely disappear within a 100 years. Importance of Forests The importance can't be…...
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Modification of the Earth’s Climate
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Climate change is the modification of the earth's climate; it is the rising of the earth's temperature. The change in the atmosphere is a result of the human population by releasing heat-trapping gases as we power our modern lives. Greenhouse gases, levels are higher now than at any time ever. Not only does climate change include the rising of temperatures but extreme weather events; such as massive dust storms within phoenix Arizona in 2015, likewise in 2011 a forest fire…...
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Climate System
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Climate change can be defined as a long - term change in the patterns of weather. Climate system consumes the energy from sun. The term climate is different from weather. Weather changes for few days or months whereas climate occurs for a long period of time. Every place has different climate depending on the atmosphere of area. There are some other variables which are present in the system of climate. The earth's energy budget is also a part of climate…...
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Changes in Temperature of Earth Surface: Global Warming
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Basically the global warming is extreme change in earth temperature. In winter season, it is too cold and in summer season weather is too hot. Earth includes both aquatic environment and land surface. This increase and decrease in temperature causes many problems for all living organisms which live in plannet earthinclude animals, plants, micro organisms and human beings. Threats of Global Warming Global warming is extreme change of temperature. One of main cause of global warming is increase in Greenhouse…...
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Temperature Changes on the Earth
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To begin with, Global warming is used to describe the temperature changes on the earth. All this has to do with the climate of the Earth on any given day. The Earth has gone through many changes in temperature before. For instance, Glaciers are melting, Many glaciers are already melting and shrinking throughout the world. If the temperature keeps rising the glaciers will melt and the ocean levels will start to rise. This could cause flooding in cities located near…...
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Is the Earth Warming?
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Is the Earth Warming? Yes, it is warming. It has been studied and researched thoroughly that the global average temperate has been slowly rising up year by year(as shown in the graph), and will continue to do so as we keep producing excess greenhouse gases. Because of this, worldwide consequences happen, such as the polar ice caps melting, sea levels going higher than before, acid rains, frequent storms, and other disasters. Earth's temperature is slowly going up and if we…...
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Global Warming: Temperature
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According to an ongoing temperature analysis conducted by scientists at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), the average global temperature on Earth has increased by about 0.8В° Celsius (1.4В° Fahrenheit) since 1880. Two-thirds of the warming has occurred since 1975, at a rate of roughly 0.15-0.20В°C per decade. According to the data above from the earth's temperature is rapidly increasing through time. The more we continue to do things that affects the depletion of the ozone layer, it is…...
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World of Change: Global Temperature
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The Earth's average global temperature has been rapidly increasing over the past 50 years and it has been described that the temperature is reaching into extreme numbers. Now, one of the main reasons for global warming is because of the excess heat in the atmosphere which has caused the intense rising of temperature. Carbon Dioxide and greenhouse gases has something to do about this. Scientifically, these gases plus other pollutants cannot escape out of the earth. Moreover, they are being…...
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What is Climate Change?
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Climate change also known as global warming is when there are different types of climate during a period of time. It includes big changes in weather regarding temperature, wind patterns and other things that occur over and over the years. The main causes of global warming is the burning of fossil fuels such as, oil and coal. Other human activities, such as agriculture and deforestation, also contribute to the proliferation of greenhouse gases that cause climate change. Small changes in…...
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Environment Change
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We know that everything is lost if we lose health, but we are still unaware of the fact that if our healthy environment is lost, our lives will be lost as well. It is an important time to realize the changing pattern of the environment. The explosion of population, the rapid growth of urbanization, the decline of cultivated land, the increasing number of vehicles on the road, deforestation, industrialization, changing consumption patterns and the exploitation of natural resources by human…...
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Climate change occurs when changes in Earth’s climate system result
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Climate change occurs when changes in Earth's climate system result in new weather patterns that last for at least a few decades. Climate Change is affecting the food and water availability which affect restaurants and their carbon footprint. Carbon footprint the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that a living being, person or organisation produces. Restaurants are now forced to enter a greener more sustainable footprint for the environment. How are restaurants going greener? How Food miles are affecting the environment?…...
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The total volume of water on Earth is estimated at 14 x
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The total volume of water on Earth is estimated at 1.4 x 109 km3, with 97.5% being salt water and 2.5% being fresh water (UNEP, 2003). Water use has been increasing worldwide by about 1% per year since the 1980s, driven by a combination of population growth, socio-economic development and changing consumption patterns. Global water demand is expected to continue increasing at a similar rate until 2050, accounting for an increase of 20 to 30% above the current level of…...
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The rare earth elements
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The rare-earth elements have a unique place among the elements of the periodic table. The most significant fact about them is that they belong to group IIIA elements of the periodic table having filled 4f shell of electrons. Though, they are chemically alike, each having distinct and striking magnetic properties from the other. These 4f electrons play a small role in chemical bonding as they are closely bound inside the outer closed shells. In case of rare earth materials with…...
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The fossil fuel on Earth
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Introduction Background The fossil fuel on earth is starting to come to an end. Due to this circumstance, a serious consideration on developing the renewable energy is given by the whole world including Malaysia. There are many initiatives that had been developed over the years on various alternatives energy program, harvesting and producing energy from renewable resources such as the wind and the ocean. Ocean energy is one of the most assuring energy source. From oceans, the thermal power can…...
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Zaria Forman’s Ted Talk: Drawings that Show the Beauty and Fragility of Earth
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Zaria Forman's paintings of melting glaciers and icebergs floating in water explore moments of transition, turbulence and tranquility. She discusses the process of the artistic creations and the motivation behind her work. My drawings celebrate the beauty of what we all stand to lose, she says. Forman explains that she is an artist and through her work, she tries to show that climate change and global warming is real and its in effect right now. To begin, the context of…...
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Space Exploration
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Introduction From the discovery of space, humans have been curious about exploring space. In the process of exploring the universe, we discover new things and explore new things. Therefore, the study of science is becoming more and more profound. In the process of exploring, people constantly improve their own technological level, which makes the development of science and technology more and more rapid and the technological level constantly improves. However, many people think exploring space would expose them to unknown…...
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Planet Earth is the only known astronomical object that is known to
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Planet Earth is the only known astronomical object that is known to harbor life. A thin layer comprising of a mixture of gases, called Atmosphere, is what makes life on earth possible. It is mainly composed of nitrogen and oxygen. The atmosphere is held around the planet by the force of gravity. It acts like a blanket surrounding our planet and protecting life on it by absorbing harmful ultraviolet rays, allowing liquid water to exist and keeping the surface temperature…...
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The Importance of Emotions in Learning
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As human beings, we are constantly exposed to significant knowledge that requires an in depth understanding. When a child grows up, understanding the ways of the world is a must however, at a young age not everything can be explained fully. Therefore, we are taught using explanations. Instinctively, emotions play a role in our understanding of knowledge and therefore explanations can vary. Giving a good answer to a 'Why?' question is not just a philosophical abstraction. An explanation has cognitive,…...
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How to stop pollution?
...In conclusion, pollution affects the community negatively by burning up the ozone layer, contaminates our fresh air, and shortens the life of plants, animals and humans. People and the government in this community should work together and try to solv...
How to Save Our Mother Earth
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What is Climate Change?
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Climate change occurs when changes in Earth’s climate system result
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