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The United States & Nuclear Nonproliferation Delay
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A 5 page paper on nuclear nonproliferation, which advocates the current course of action taken by the U.S. as specified originally in December 1995 by Thomas McNamara, which is to place technological sanctions on countries purchasing black market nuclear and biochemical weapons and extend nonproliferation under the NPT based on the current unrest by new proliferating states. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Nonnuke.wps

The National Environmental Policy Act
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An 11 page paper that provides an outlines of the NEPA and also considers the issues surrounding its implementation. Bibliography lists nine sources.
Filename: Nepa.wps

The Political Climate Surrounding NEPA
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This 7 page paper provides an overview of the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) first introduced in 1969. Speculation as to why it was passed at that time is included as well as an analysis of public policy theory. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: SA015pol.rtf

Native American Land Ethics vs. The European Abuse Of Land
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An 18 page discussion contrasting environmental land ethics of two different cultures. The question of whether such differences are an innate part of the Native American culture is addressed. Numerous sources cited.
Filename: Nativela.wps

A Place for Soil Geomorphic in Archaeological Research
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A 9 page paper discussing the utility of a soil geomorphic perspective in archaeological and paleoenvironmental research, and how records generated by studies employing this approach compare to records of environmental change documented through palynology, paleoentomology or diatom paleoecology. Geoarchaeology is growing in popularity among those willing to look outside the boundaries of standard methods in order to gain the most information available from a site, both in volume and reliability. As with nearly every discipline, there are those who claim the standard methods alone work just fine and that there is no need to add to or detract from them after so many years, but there are others who will flatly state that full analysis of some sites cannot be accomplished with employing aspects of each point of view. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: DirtGeo.wps

Cadmium In The Environment
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A 10 page paper discussing the effects of environmental cadmium. Cadmium is a naturally occurring element, a heavy metal found in conjunction with iron, zinc and copper ores. Once used heavily in electronics manufacturing and believed not to affect the water supply, research has discovered that cadmium does indeed leach through the soil, affecting both ground and surface water. It can be taken up by plants growing in contaminated soil and then ingested by humans. Cadmium is cumulative in its effects, and the dangers of long-term, low-level exposure include cancer, kidney disease and reproductive problems, and may also contribute to other physical conditions. Bibliography lists 32 sources.
Filename: Cadmium.doc

Field Guide to Geology
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A 6 page book report on “The Field Guide to Geology” by David Lambert. Lambert is known for his clear and unique style of cataloging information so that laymen can readily understand the subject. This book is no exception to that rule. It is a very clear and concise introduction to the world of geology, written in easy to understand language. He covers subjects such as the earth’s crust, volcanoes, rocks in general, deformed and altered earth, soil, rivers that shape the land, the oceans, ice and air, and the general combined study of geology. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAgeolo.wps

GPS And Agriculture
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The age of computers has brought with it many innovations. One area that has been greatly impacted by the rise in technological ability has been agriculture. The 'simple life' of the farm has been irrevocably changed by the advent of computer based renovations. 'Precision agriculture' is the term coined to represent the new era in farming techniques. Through the use of the global positioning system, GPS, computer age farmers are able to pinpoint the position of equipment and to analyze the soil content and product potential. This 5 page paper examines the benefit of GPS to the farming community. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KTgpsagr.doc


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