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The Impacts of Poverty on the Global Community
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A 3 page exploration of the factors which make global poverty relevant to Americans. Poverty has direct association not only with the exhaustion of world resources but also with deep festering discontent which can ultimately result in direct problems for Americans. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPpoorWr.rtf

The Impacts of Second Hand Smoke to Lung Function in Children: A Proposed Study
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A 21 page overview of the impacts of second hand smoke in pulmonary function. Contends that secondary smoke can be linked to such a diversity of pulmonary conditions as lung cancer, asthma, and respiratory infection from a variety of viruses and bacteria. Suggests that children in particular are susceptible to this impact. Suggests an experimental design to better quantify those problems utilizing a sample base of patients already hospitalized in pediatric wards for both pulmonary and non-pulmonary complaints. Provides sample surveys designed to be administered to children age eleven to fifteen and their parents to identify the degree of environmental smoke in the home. Relies on the utilization of salivary testing for cotinine, a metabolite of nicotine, to further quantify the degree of smoking which an individual is exposed to in the home. Suggests that coupling this information with pulmonary function testing which has already occurred in the clinical situation would provide a ready, cost-effective, means of quantifying the impact of secondary smoke on pulmonary function.
Filename: PPsmoke2.wps

The Importance of Biodiversity
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A 12 page research paper that examines the incredible rich variety of life that exists within the Earth's biosphere. Referring primarily to Edward O. Wilson's The Diversity of Life, the writer discusses the decline in biodiversity and its possible implications. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: khbiodiv.wps

The Importance Of Coastal Waters, Rivers And Lakes To Human Habitat
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9 pages in length. Even though approximately seventy percent of the earth is covered by ocean salt water, coastal waters, rivers and lakes are far more important to people due to the direct impact their proximity has to various communities. The reason for this separation between water sources is because of the myriad ways in which people utilize the water’s vast and varied properties from these sources, including habitat development, food sources and drinking water. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCFrshW.rtf

The Importance of Perception in the Preservation of Natural Areas
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A 14 page overview of the history of preservation as it has occurred in North America. The author contends that t he evolution of the North American continent includes two distinct yet parallel stories. These are the changes that have occurred in the development of the previously wild areas of that continent and the changes that have occurred in regard to how we view those areas. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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The Impracticality of Using Geothermal Energy on a Wide Scale Basis
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This 5 page paper provides an overview of this renewable energy source. The paper concludes that its low availability renders it impractical as a primary energy source but suggests it be used in conjunction with other forms of energy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA208geo.rtf

The Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Directive
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This 5 page paper considers the Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC), Council Directive 96/61/EC IPPC (also known as the IPC)and what this means for new businesses starting in the EU and the role of best available technology (BAT). The directive is considered in the context of a company wanting to start up using old technology that will cost 50% less to operate but create 30% more emissions. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TEippc01.rtf

The Interaction of People and the Environment in the High Atlas and Imlil Valley Regions in Morocco
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the interaction between the people and the environment in the High Atlas mountain area in Morocco and the region of the Imlil valley. The High Atlas mountain area in Morocco and the region of the Imlil valley have traditionally been considered a harsh climate populated only by the Berbers tribe which have farmed and grazed on the highlands. Traditional crops have included barley, almonds and grains which have been sustained in terraced irrigation fields connected by complicated canal systems. The irrigation system was needed to allow farmers to continue to grow through the drought seasons in the area while the major source of precipitation was water which melted from the snow on the mountains. Recently, environmentalists have become concerned with the expanding population in the area and the over grazing and wood collection of the mountain regions. Recent protection projects have proposed restricting the grazing in the area to preserve the environment. While this may preserve the environment and promote tourism, also increasing greatly in the area, it is estimated that the farmers who depend on the grazing will suffer for it. The introduction of newer roads in the area to aid in tourism and rural access has allowed the farmers to expand their crops to include perishable goods such as fruits. While these new roads may increase the income levels in the area, the roads may also be detrimental to the environment by increasing the traffic levels in combination with an increase in the number of chemicals and fertilizers for the new crops. Although, historically the people of the region, the Berbers have sustained their lifestyle by adapting to the harshness of their environment by irrigating their crops and migrating while grazing, the increase in tourism and new roads may actually lead to an eventual irreversible erosion of the ecosystem in the area. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TJMoroc2.rtf

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