By: Victoria Jeffrey
Often called "Acts of God", "Acts of Nature" or "God's Will", unfairly, you may wonder: is there a root cause for natural disasters? The answer is no. There are a variety of factors that can cause natural disasters, but this doesn't mean that you can't...
By: Perry McCarney
A look at the abiotic and biotic dynamics of a beech forest ecosystem in Arthur's Pass National Park, located in the South Island of New Zealand. The Arthur's Pass National Park extends across the Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand, from Canterbury...
By: Tammy L Mahan
The IUCN (The World Conservation Union) lists several endangered marine animals the ones that are in the most danger of becoming extint are listed below.Contrary to popular belief there is only one whale in danger of becoming extent. Scientist has successfully repopulated whale species...
By: Allan Taylor
Gem Materials of Mexico and GuatemalaOpals:Mexico is famous for its "Fire Opal", which is a type of opal rarely found in Australia. It is defined as a transparent to translucent stone with an orange to red body color which may or may not show a...
Will Great Rivers Die
By: Sylvia Page
Will The Great Rivers Die? It is a yes and no answer. I don't want to be the prophet of doom and say, "yes they will all die". As after all it is within the power of man to keep them alive and flowing. We...
Should Scientists Allowed Divert Hurricane Major City Dooming Rural
By: Adam Skylark Jones
As much as I want to take a neutral side on this subject, I have to say that I don't agree with scientists diverting hurricanes away from major cities if it dooms rural residents to certain destruction or death. The reason we have hurricane warnings...
By: Sarah Dohl
During the last half of the twentieth century, the biological sciences of genetic engineering and biotechnology have evolved into what the March 10, 1997 issue of Business Week called the definitive scientific progress of the 21st century. But, as the technologies develop, there are those...
By: Dawn Taylor
"The Anatomy of a Hurricane" If you are a current resident of Florida you are absolutely familiar with what a hurricane is. In fact currently were witnesses to history in this 2005 Hurricane Season. This season has been the most active and dangerous hurricane season...
By: Penny B
Water, something that use to flow so freely and was there for the taking, forlittle or no cost. However, water is NOT a renewable resource. This earth has onlyso much, and when that has been depleted, it cannot be replenished or reinvented.So now water...
By: Tasha Raymond
Reptiles are one of the few animal groups that can produce in many ways. The most common way is egg laying. The difference lies in the species of reptile. While reptiles are now becoming increasingly popular as pets, more hobbyists are thinking about breeding their...

 

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