Do the benefits of salmon farming outweigh any detrimental effects?
By: Rex Trulove
The biggest detrimental effect of salmon farming, that is, raising salmon for commercial use rather than turning fingelings loose in rivers, is that man is involved in the process. However, consider the alternative.Salmon is one of the most sought after and healthy to eat...
By: Dr. Stephen D.
Salmon farming is a tradition that dates back many years. It had always been a very good way of assuring a ready supply. For a very long time, things went along quite nicely. So much so, that no one really paid much attention to it...
By: Rex Coker
Windmill power stations are a good thing to have for your home or business. Many people thing that they are an eye sore through communities but there are different types of windmills these days. There are different designs on the market now that offer...
By: Raleigh Stout
Lake effect snow is a term that describes an unusual condition of snowfall.Basically, cold temperature air flows over a body of warm water, causing an interaction with the heat. Bands of snow begin to form and follow the flow of cold-temperature air as they...
By: Betsy Young
Benefits and costs of having your own windmill all depend on where you live. Current technology requires about 10mph average wind speed in order to make enough electricity for the average American home. For pumping water or charging batteries at least an average of 6mph...
By: Betsy Young
Green energy from the depths of the ocean or surfing on the waves, is there a feasible way to use that energy? Thermal ocean options are being peeked in on but so far the wave is the thing. Three main research paths for ocean energy...
Is weather manipulation beneficial
By: Effie Moore Salem
It is not even a good idea to attempt to manipulate the weather, many of us believe. "What is the way to the place where the lightening is dispersed, or the place where the east winds are scattered over the earth? Who cuts a tunnel...
By: Vadim Osadchi
Since the mid-1990s, ocean power, an energy source with both thermal and mechanical energy capabilities, was turned to with renewed anticipation. The U.S. looked to sea waters in hope of fresh and abundant electricity-producing sources. Other countries, Japan in particular, are already now harnessing...
What causes a hurricane?
By: Francis Jock
The best way to describe how hurricanes form and where hurricanes occur begins with a look at the relationship between air temperature, atmospheric pressure, water vapor and wind. Hurricane researchers believe that two important factors are atmospheric pressure and high altitude air temperatures.According to...
By: Denise Marie Anton
With the threat of global climate change casting a dark cloud over the future of fossil fuels, engineers have turned increasingly to technologies that harness clean energy from renewable natural sources such as the sun, the wind, and the ocean. But while solar and wind...

 

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