By: Kelly A. Mello
Though hurricane seasons differ from location to location, we can all prepare for them the same. It is important to do so in the event that a particularly devastating one, like Katrina, strikes your community. Hopefully you will never find yourself in a situation such...
By: Joseph Malek
I once lived on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Back in 1993 the, "No Name Storm," caused extensive damage to my home. Believe me, the beautiful view of the Gulf was not worth the heartache and the losses that I suffered thereafter.I was...
By: Sherrolyn Mincey
Predictions help, but cannot be completely accurate because Nature has a mind of its own.I have survived 3 major hurricanes. Andrew in South Florida in 1992, Ivan in 2004 in Pensacola and Dennis in 2005 in Pensacola. I think these are the correct years...
By: gemini girl
The Earth was formed 4.6 billion years ago from the same nebula cloud of gas and dust that the Sun and the eight other planets were formed . However, Earth then was very different from Earth now, and it would have been impossible for life...
By: Carol Noble
For such a small island Great Britain has an extremely diverse climate. The sun comes up a lot later in the north than in the south: it can be fine in one place and just a few miles away, literally, it can be snowing a...
By: Christopher Brown - 292336
As scientists and governments race to find the perfect renewable energy to quench our energy demands, a new possibility has been found. Scientists have found three innovative ways to harness the most powerful force in the world, the ocean, to produce electricity without pollution. The...
By: Hi Hihi
Science and technology are closely related in the gold mining process. Especially in the extracting and processing of the metal. Gold is a golden yellow metal, which is solid at room temperature. Au is the symbol for gold, its atomic number is 79 and it...
By: Priya Naresh Kumar
The Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary in Odissa's Kendrapada district, 174 km from the capital city, Bhuvaneshwar(country- India), hosts the world's largest nesting site for the endangered Olive Ridley (Lepidochelys oliveacea ) turtles. Every year, between December and April, thousands of these beautiful creatures come ashore to...
By: Nadine Sellers
The essential waters: the essential children, priorities loom ahead.The next generations will not know water as the free commodity of past ones. Rivers and lakes are drying up. Oceans have collected the liquid run-off, rubbish and solid waste as well. Pollution has become a...
By: John Walter
Sediment is the build up of sand, rock, and debris from natural occurrences and from residential and commercial construction sites. Site development is probably one of the biggest concerns that we face with sediment build -up. Different control measures are in place in various states...

 

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