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Scientific Case Study - Comparing Lawns
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A 2.5 page paper. The problem question is: Why is the neighbor's lawn so plush and healthy while the researcher's lawn is brown and scrawny. The writer explains why the case study is an appropriate design and how the quasi-experimental design can be used. The essay includes: problem statement, hypothesis, data collection and results. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGlawn.rtf

Second Grade Interdisciplinary Unit - Rain Forests
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A 6 page paper that describes the major components of a thematic interdisciplinary unit for second-graders. The paper begins with a rationale for the unit and then presents the objectives for the unit. (These are also correlated to the Pennsylvania Standards.) Materials and resources are then listed. This is followed by activities for each of five different disciplinary areas. No Bibliography.
Filename: PG2rnfs.rtf

Second Hand Smoke is a Political Issue
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This 5 page paper supports the thesis that ETS is a political, and not a health, issue. The history of the smoking wars is included. Medical evidence pointing to the ambiguity of the topic is included. Bibliography lists 10 sources .
Filename: SA149ETS.rtf

Seed Dispersal and Germination: The Effects of Wind and Fire
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A 7 page discussion of the impact of fire and wind on seed germination and dispersal. Discusses the evolutionary adaptations of certain seeds which have allowed them to benefit from wind or fire and discusses how fire can have both direct and indirect effects on seed germination. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: PPseedDs.wps

SELECTIVE CATALYTIC REDUCTION IN MARINE DIESEL ENGINE VESSELS
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This 15 page paper analyzes the good, bad and ugly of selective catalytic reduction in marine vessels. Brief overview of the scr, problems, future applications, use of technology in UAE. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: MBmarem.rtf

Short and Long-Term Costs of the January 17, 2002 Eruption of Mount Nyiragongo
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A 5 page overview of the costs associated with this volcanic eruption. An overview is provided of the number of lives and types of property lost as well as of the foreign relief effort. The author emphasizes, however, that in effect these costs are only short-term. This paper points out that the long-term costs of the eruption, costs associated with environmental impacts such as global warming, could overshadow short-term costs. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPvolca3.rtf

Should the US Drill for Oil in Alaska?
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A 3 page summation and evaluation of two articles on whether to drill for oil in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). Dwight R. Lee, in his article “To Drill or Not to Drill: Let the Environmentalists Decide,” and Amory B. Lovins and H. Hunter Lovins, in their article “Fool’s Gold in Alaska,” each address this question. Both the pro and con sides of this debate are well represented in these articles; however, examination of these two positions reveals that the position that Lovins and Lovins take against drilling is the most persuasive due to the fact that their observations address broader issues that are not considered by Lee. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khanwr.rtf

Smog: Why Is Congress Not Doing More About It?
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8 pages in length. What, exactly, is clean air, and how is the nation fighting to acquire it? If local, state and federal laws do not protect the environment and all its inhabitants from the hazards of smog, what will? Currently, scientists have been able to detect smog in considerably minute amounts, which indicates that while pollution may be declining to some degree, it will always be present as long as people continue to modernize. Many argue that Congress has not done enough to curb such detrimental modernization, due in part to an overly casual perception of the problem coupled with pressure from big business to remain quiet. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCsmog.rtf


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