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Science and Government Relationships in 1930s Europe
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A 5-page essay on the affects of science on government in the 1930s. This paper focuses on the social and political science of Marxism and Trotskism, economic science, and physics and how these led to decisions made by Britain, Germany, Russia, and other European countries. Bibliography lists 3 sources. JV1930sc.rtf.
Filename: JV1930sc.rtf

Seaquakes
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A 3 page paper which discusses seaquakes. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAseaqu.rtf

Second-Order Predation: Alternative To The Overkill Theory
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3 pages in length. Much debate transpires when the subject of the overkill hypothesis is cited to explain Pleistocene's fauna extinction; with enough scientific data to prove otherwise, second-order predation serves a viable alternate theory to clarify the cause of such massive loss. It is not the least bit unusual or unexpected to suspect H. sapiens as the primary culprit of animal extinction during the Ice Age, inasmuch as man has been repeating this pattern ever since H. sapiens entered the planet's timeline. A clear case of history repeating itself, second-order predation as a cause for the Pleistocene extinction illustrates how human presence then -- as it continues to be now -- quickly evolves into an imbalance of resources pointed toward H. sapiens' favor. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TLCiceage.rtf

Secondary Succession
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This 5 page paper provides a secondary succession time line and an exploration of the named plants. Requirements for plant life and how they interrelate with one another and their environment are the topics addressed. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: SA037SS.rtf

Sedimentary Rocks
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A 3 page paper which examines the formation and categories of sedimentary rocks. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RArocks.rtf

Seed Dispersal Mechanisms Found In Epiphytic Plants
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7 pages in length. Epiphytic plants – those such as herbs that live off other plants – utilized various seed dispersal mechanisms depending upon habitat and whether or not those mechanisms are biotic or abiotic. When examining these criteria, it is important to consider how nature's impact upon said mechanisms can become interwoven with man's attempts to intervene in the natural course of seed dispersal. Of the myriad ways in which epiphytic plants spread their seed and ultimately make it to appropriate sites for germination and establishment, the use of fire, wind and animals represent the primary ways in which new plant growth is made possible. Some plants even employ the help of more than one way in which to disperse their seeds. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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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

Significance Of The Telescope
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3 pages in length. Mankind twitters at the thought of life outside the limitations of planet Earth; the telescope has helped to define - at least to some degree - what makes up the universe that humans can see with their eyes, as well as gives people an indication of what might exist beyond that visual range. In essence, the telescope is the conduit between the tangible reality of that which exists on this planet and the peripheral - even ethereal - components that reside in the vastness of space. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCTelescp.rtf


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