By: Triana Rathads
The Norfolk broads include scientific interest sites such as the R. Thurne and Hickling Broad, knowledge of ion chemistry helps management of these sites, for example some macrophytes can use bicarbonate for photosynthesis (Maberly, 2002). Hickling broad, which receives aerial fertilization from black headed gulls...
By: Stanley Roberts
Many governments have standards in place for potable (drinking) water. These standards will set the minimum and maximum limits of contaminants. Many governments require a certain amount of disinfectants such as chlorine to be in the water after it is treated. The reason for this...
By: Alfonso Coley
What we think we know about hurricanes predictability.The evidence and findings stated here forth is based on true fact-not fiction.Human kind present dependency on fossil fuels and dredging of our oceans for oil has changed the landscape of our frail environment.What is...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Jobie Weetaluktuk
Space travel to Mars is still too dangerous. Science, especially applied science is not sufficiently developed to make a space craft safe enough for a Mars expedition. One of the problems of launching a Mars expedition is the horrendous cost. It will cost billions of...
By: Corbin Campbell
Global warming could possibly be one of the most disastrous geohazards to affect Earth. Due to many factors, the average surface temperature on Earth is rising relatively rapidly. A rise in the average temperature could have profound consequences for living organisms now and in the...
By: Serena Brynes
Geography is not everyone's favorite subject. But if it is taught well, it could be a joy to learn about. The great thing about geography is that it is always changing, and is much more significant that many people realize.Geography isn't merely knowing where...
Should Scientists Allowed Divert Hurricane Major City Dooming Rural
By: Patrick California
"In other news, a class action lawsuit has recently been filed by a small town in Georgia... attempting to hold the U.S. Government liable for damaged caused by the recent hurricane. The lawsuit alleges that while attempting to save a large city, the federal...
By: Arthur Allen
Recent fires in Southern California fueled by roaring winds of the Santa Ana are all too familiar of an occurrence with each year brining in record numbers of new incidents. In hard-hit San Diego County alone, the fire is predicted to claim 300,000 acres...
By: Jon Dainty Sr.
At last, warmth. Most people believe that the last ice age ended nearly 10,000 years ago. Technically, that's about right, because most of the ice sheets that covered the northern hemisphere were shrinking 8,300 years ago, and ocean levels were once again rising...
By: Joseph Malek
Dear reader, if you do not already know, the environment in which we all live, Planet Earth, is rapidly changing for the worst. Yes, Mankind is destroying the only known place in the Universe that keeps us all healthy and alive. The ozone layer is...

 

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