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LaChapelle, Dolores - Sacred Land Sacred Sex Rapture of the Deep
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This 6 page report discusses deep ecologist Dolores LaChapelle’s 1988 book addressing the issues surrounding deep ecology. Her particular area of interest and expertise is the range of the Rocky Mountains called the San Juan Mountains in southwestern Colorado. Bibliography lists only the primary source.
Filename: BWdeep.rtf

“Cadillac Desert” by Marc Reisner
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A 5 page paper which examines “Cadillac Desert: American West and Its Disappearing Water” by Marc Reisner. The paper discusses crops and water projects and also discusses the involvement of President Carter. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAreisnr.rtf

“The blue ring octopus”
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A five page paper on the venomous blue ring octopus of the Great Barrier Reef, describing the creature’s appearance, habitat and life-cycle and the reasons why it is one of the most dangerous marine creatures despite its small size and lack of overt aggression. Bibliography lists 4 sources
Filename: JLOct.rtf

"The Way of a Ship"
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This 3 page paper takes its inspiration from the novel "The Way of a Ship" by Derek Lundy to explore the ocean conditions around Cape Horn. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: HVWayShp.rtf

A Brief History on the Most Devastating U.S. Hurricanes
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A 5 page overview of several of the most devastating storms that have hit the U.S. This paper discusses how hurricanes form and how they are studied and tracked. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPhurric3.rtf

Acid Rain: Impacts to Soil and Water
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A 6 page discussion of the impacts of acid rain. This paper details the chemical impacts to soil and water as well as to the physiological function of biological organisms. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPacidRC.rtf

An Exploration of Tsunamis
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A 5 page discussion of the factors that cause tsunamis. Recent theory attributes the majority of these natural disasters to the submarine slumps that occur as a result of seismic activity. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPtsunami2.rtf

An Overview of the Tidepool Hermit Crab
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This 6 page paper provides an overview of this type of hermit crab that lives in the water. This species is discussed in depth. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA316crb.rtf

Avoiding the Worst Effects of a Tsunami
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A 3 page paper discussing the Indian Ocean tsunami. On December 26, 2004, two tectonic plates that have been opposing each other for millennia shifted under the earth’s surface, resulting in an earthquake under the Indian Ocean. The earthquake shook the earth enough to change time, albeit only by microseconds. The greater consequence was that the earthquake displaced an immense volume of water. The final result was that the tsunami created by the earthquake killed more than all 20th century tsunamis combined. There was no warning. There were, however, actions that people in the affected areas could take. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KStsunami.rtf

Beach & Coastal Erosion
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5 pages discussing beach erosion at Sandy Hook (New Jersey). Discusses and analyzes possible methodologies for slowing such erosion. *Also an excellent resource for those studying meteorology and other related courses. No Bibliography.
Filename: Coastero.wps

Beach Erosion on the East Coast
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This 9 page paper examines beach erosion in states such as New Jersey, North Carolina and Florida. Why erosion occurs, including new research, is the focus of this well researched paper. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA518bch.rtf

Benthic Pelagic Coupling:
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This 30 page paper discusses the process of benthic pelagic coupling. Furthermore, this paper considers the specific environment of a Mediterranean Bay. Bibliography lists 60 sources.
Filename: GSBenthc.rtf

Book Review of Elsner and Kara’s “Hurricanes of the North Atlantic: Climate and Society” (1999)
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This is a 5 page book review of James B. Elsner and A. Birol Kara’s text “Hurricanes of the North Atlantic: Climate and Society” (1999). James B. Elsner and A. Birol Kara’s text “Hurricanes of the North Atlantic: Climate and Society” (1999) is considered an extensive scientific text authored by two well established researchers in their areas of expertise. The book written by a professor of meteorology and geography at Florida State University and a contractor for the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory of NASA uses historical and scientific studies to assess the hurricane activity and consequences in the North Atlantic while providing the reader with prediction models, historical data sets, statistics and the “societal vulnerability to hurricanes”. Overall, Book News (1999) considers it “of likely interest to meteorologists, climatologists, and economists, as well as decision makers in government and industry”. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TJHurri1.rtf

Cordillera Orogony: Mountain Formation
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A 7 page discussion of the processes which go into mountain formation. Defines cordillera orogony. Utilizes the Northern Highlands of Scotland as an example of the geologic process of plate tectonics which is responsible to a large degree for this phenomenon. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPmntFor.wps

Data Collection and the U.S. Navy: An Emphasis on Weather Analysis and Its Impact to Naval Strategies
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A 6 page discussion of the importance of data collection and statistical analyses in the U.S. Navy. The author emphasizes the importance of understanding weather patterns drives much of the Navy's data collection and analyses efforts. Being able to predict the weather can mean the difference between success or failure. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPnvStat.rtf

Dinoflagellates
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A 4 page overview of this classification of organism. The author reviews the phylogeny and the ecology of these incredible diverse creatures. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPdinofl.rtf

Dolphin Communication and Implications for Humanity
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This 12 page paper provides an overview of dolphin communication. How it affects humanity, and its potential to do so, is the focus of the paper. Research on dolphin communication is included. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: SA314dol.rtf

Dolphin Therapy
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An 18 page paper which examines what this controversial treatment is, who developed it, its benefits, where one can go to receive this therapy, how dolphins communicate with patients, how dolphins are trained for such a program, and evaluates the results of this therapy. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TGdolphin.rtf

Ecology of the Coral Reefs in the Hawaiian Islands
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the ecology of the Hawaiian coral reefs. The Hawaiian Islands stretch for over 2,300 kilometers and also contain what are considered unique coral reefs because they are geologically younger than many other coral reefs, have no barrier reefs among the windward islands, and are also less diverse than many other coral reef ecosystems in the Pacific. Despite this however, the Hawaiian coral reefs ecology, divided into four zones based on the depth and distance from the shore, does have a diverse assortment of corals, plant life, invertebrates and fishes among larger species which live among the reefs. The ecology of the coral reefs in Hawaii is divided up into the reef flat zone (0-2 m from shore) which is most affected by terrestrial run-off and heavy wave impact; the reef bench zone (2-10 m) which has the largest diversity of coral, fish, invertebrate and plant species, the reef slope zone (10-30 m) in which finger coral is the dominant coral species; and the rubble zone (30-40 m) which is primarily coral fragments, rock and sand which provides a habitat for lobe and finger corals as well as sea cucumbers and an assortment of fish. Coral reefs in Hawaii provide a vast amount of revenue for the area at well over $250 million annually in the areas of commercial and recreational fishing and tourism. Like many of the coral reefs around the world however, the coral reefs in Hawaii are being damaged by a combination of natural and manmade events. Industrial, nutrient and fresh-water run-off kills the coral closest to the shore and allows for the spread of coral-killing algae after which recovery of the reef takes a great deal of time. In addition, increase in global water temperatures has led to coral bleaching which in some areas the reefs show little sign of recovery. Includes one page abstract. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJHwcor1.rtf


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