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THE IMPACT OF DEER ON FOREST AND FOREST REGROWTH
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THis 7-page paper discusses the impact of deer (specifically, the white-tailed deer) on forest regeneration and growth. The paper discusses how misguided efforts of bringing back this species of deer from near extinction to its robust population of today is having a bad effect on U.S. forests. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: MTdeerfo.rtf

Water Pollution And Paper Manufacturing
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8 pages in length. The pulp and paper industry produces a significant amount of chemical waste by way of its manufacturing processes. These toxic substances, which include inorganics for pulping and bleaching to slimicides and polymers for retention and wet and dry strength, have caused a great deal of water pollution having been allowed to freely run into potable supplies. This runoff effect has caused growing concerns with regard to the overall negative impact pulp and paper mills have upon the environment. As a means by which to address these concerns, countries worldwide have begun to focus upon the implementation of regulatory and monitoring programs, with recycling representing just one element. Still, there exist water pollutants from recycling methods, however, government regulations are expected to address these issues by mandating the use of special chemicals made to control and remove the contaminants. The writer discusses water pollution as it relates to the paper manufacturing industry. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCpaper.doc

Apalachicola Bay / The Threat Of Pollution From Inadequate Sewage Treatment
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6 pages in length. Florida's Apalachicola Bay is in grave danger. The fact that raw sewage and toxic chemicals are floating around in its waters, contaminating the ecosystem that depends upon its flow for life-giving components, has played a significant role in rendering the bay a health hazard. The reason for this perpetual contamination is that the existing sewage treatment program is woefully inadequate, having little effect on the massive amounts of contaminants present within the water. In economic terms, such contamination means a considerable threat to the various seafood products acquired from the bay, including its well-known oysters, fish, shrimp and crab supply. The waters that flow in the Apalachicola Bay are essential for sustaining these entities, as well as providing nourishment to the valuable seal life that represents the area's biodiversity. The writer discusses how inadequate sewage treatment is threatening the Apalachicola Bay. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCApBay.wps

Nonpoint Pollution: Acid Rain and the Role of Vegetation and Sediment
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A 10 page overview of the factors which contributes to nonpoint pollution. Emphasizes the impact of nonpoint pollution to acid rain and in turn to water pollution. Discusses the impact of nonpoint pollution to vegetation and, in turn, the role of vegetation in buffering the effects of acid rain. Devises a simple study designed to access the degree of this phenomena using data which has already been collected by state and federal agencies and correlating this data to vegetative types identified using aerial photographs. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PPenvWat.wps

Water Pollution and Acid Rain Deposition in Victoria, British Columbia
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This 18 page paper provides an introduction to the issue of water pollution and water quality in Victoria, British Columbia, and determines the nature of the issue and possible ways of addressing the problem. This paper takes an active or process oriented view of the problem, and defines the importance of the issue in the future. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: MHwatpo_.wps

Environmental Problems In The Chesapeke Bay Area
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Population growth and water pollution is studied and causes for the resulting problems are sought. Several environmental theories are explored regarding population in this 7 page analysis. Maryland population statistics are used and demographics are considered in comparison with national data. Current trends are noted. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Chespeak.wps

Fresh Water - A Precious and Fading Natural Resource in Austin, Texas
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5 pages in length. The population growth in Austin Texas is causing the pollution and loss of water in the area. Describes the situation and the steps the city is taking to deal with it. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JGAaustn.wps

Los Angeles and Owens Valley: Over 80 Years of Water Conflict
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This 10 page paper relates the story of the conflicts between Los Angeles and Owens Valley over water rights and access to water through the Owens Valley Aqueduct, which was built to provide access to water for the city of Los Angeles. This paper provides both sides of this issue, including the charge by farmers in Owens Valley that the water distribution has depleted the valley of a necessary resource for agriculture and the argument that Los Angeles needed the water resources and built the aqueduct for that purpose. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: MHowensv.wps

Marine Pollution
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A 3 page paper discussing the ocean’s reaction to polluting influences. Unless shocked beyond recovery, any body of water has the power to at partially clean itself, given enough time and enough physical space. The great witness to that ability is that we have not been able to “kill” any vast areas, in spite of apparent attempts to do so. The paper describes how inland farming pollution adversely affected the southern North Carolina coast following Hurricane Fran in 1996. Shellfish populations and commercial fishing had nearly recovered by the time Hurricane Floyd caused extensive inland flooding in 1999. The effects on the ocean have already been seen as floodwaters have moved through rivers into the ocean; how long recovery will take from this disaster is unknown. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSpollute.wps

Ocean Dumping
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A 5 page paper concerning the hazards of ocean dumping. The author discusses the many ways in which the ocean is polluted, the effects, and the solution. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Oceandum.doc

River Pollution, Causes & Solutions
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A 5 page essay on the causes of river pollution and some of the solutions that are being implemented to cope with the problems. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Riverpol.doc

Water Pollution / Problems and Solutions
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A 9 page paper on the problems facing the world, and particularly the U.S., in regards to water pollution. The paper concentrates on streams, surface and ground water pollution and the most likely polluters of those waters. The solutions addressed include cooperative efforts, educational efforts, technology and changes in the law. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Wpol.rtf

Water Pollution Via Sewage Inputs / Regulations & Alternatives
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A 10 page overview of the problems of water pollution caused by domestic wastes. Discusses regulation and the factors which influence it and identifies two alternative methods for treatment and discharge. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Watpoll.doc

Alternatives for Municipal Waste
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A 4 page paper, with a one page outline, which discusses the current conditions relating to municipal waste and the alternatives that are being implemented to deal with the problems. The most obvious type of implementation being put into use today is recycling. Unfortunately, this does not always work. A definition of the types of recycling are illustrated. In addition we illustrate the method of waste-to-energy, which presents a very positive way to dispose of waste. Unfortunately no one method can prove completely effective, but perhaps through every possible way of disposing of waste, we can see the future in a more positive light in regards to refuse. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAwaste1.wps

Solid Waste Management / Disposal vs Recycling New York
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This 11 page paper looks at the use of landfills as a major problem in the Northeast. Recycling is discussed in detail as an effective method to handle solid waste. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Garbage.doc

Toxic Waste Disposal
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An 11 page discussion of disposal options for toxic wastes. Compares the attributes and disadvantages of landfill disposal, waterway disposal, bioremediation, and incineration. Emphasizes the advantages of incineration but points out concerns such as resulting air pollutants and the regulations which serve to lessen those pollutants. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: PPtoxic.wps

Engineering and Hazardous Waste Disposal: Impacts on Society
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A 5 page discussion of the societal responsibilities of an environmental engineer in ensuring the most appropriate disposal methods for hazardous wastes. Written from the perspective of an engineer who has worked for a federal regulatory agency for five years, this paper emphasizes the importance of staying abreast of the most recent developments in hazardous waste disposal, being able to work within a multidisciplinarian environment, and remaining convicted to the best choice of disposal methods despite public opinion or pressures from outside sources. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPenginr.wps

Hazardous Waste / The Problem & Its Potential Solutions
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A 10 page overview of the problem of hazardous waste and current methodologies for treatment. Emphasizes bioremediation of contamination using bacteria and safe disposal of nuclear wastes. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Hazwas.wps


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