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Environmental Protection Agency Oil And Gas
1,712 words... al erosion, and if they blame oil companies then they don't show it. Regardless of the Natives' opinions, their rights are still being violated. The workers at the Along ship-wrecking yards were happy for the work they had and the meager wages they were being paid, but a slew of their rights were being violated. A group of people, such as the Arctic slope natives can be in favor of activities and still have their rights (unspoiled environment) violated. The right of habitat for the wildlife ...
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World War Ii 20 Th Century
4,879 wordsAlaska is still the last frontier in the minds of many Americans. Interest in the "Great Land" has increased sharply since Alaska The Native became a full fledged state in January o f 1959. In spite of this great interest, many Americans know very little of the Eskimos, Indians and Aleuts (Al-ee-oot's) who live in the remote regions. At the time Alaska was discovered in 1741 by Vitus Bering, Alaska Natives populated all parts of Alaska including the Bering Strait Region. Although there is still ...
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Problem Of Global Warming Amounts Of Carbon
456 wordsThe problem of global warming, an increase in the average temperature on Earth, is getting worse. The Earth has warmed 0. 3 to 0. 6 degrees Celsius since the late 1800 s. Scientists believe that the cause is the greenhouse effect, the process of trapping heat in the Earth's atmosphere because of the presence of large amounts of carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, methane, and nitrogen oxides. Less oxygen is being produced and cleaning the atmosphere allowing more of these gases to do its work o...
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Polar Bear Food Chain
571 wordsSPECIES - Ursus Maritime, Polar Bear, lord of the Arctic. Lives in an area of five million square miles of snow and ice. From Siberia to Alaska and across Canada, Greenland and the Islands north of Norway, he is the master of all living things except man. It lives in the brutal cold, ice, and snow. The temperature can plunge down frequently to - 40 degrees and sometimes even lower but that does not bother the polar bear because of its color-less skin and layer of insulation fat. Its range extend...
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World War Ii 20 Th Century
9,548 wordspeoples of Alaska and their Eskimo Culture Alaska is still the last frontier in the minds of many Americans. Interest in the Great Land has increased sharply since Alaska The Native became a full fledged state in January o f 1959. In spite of this great interest, many Americans know very little of the Eskimos, Indians and Aleuts (Al-ee-oot's) who live in the remote regions. At the time Alaska was discovered in 1741 by Vitus Bering, Alaska Natives populated all parts of Alaska including the Berin...
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Ground Level Ozone Environmental Protection Agency
2,062 wordsEng 102 December 4, 2000 Pollution Since the beginning of the 20 th century, environmentalists have been warning the world about polluting the earth and its consequences. While many countries have seriously attempted to reduce their pollution emission, others instead seem to be more concern about economic growth and production output. Therefore, pollution has been increasing since then. However, pollution must be reduced, otherwise life on earth will soon extinguish. Air pollution is one of the ...
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Polar Bear Northern Hemisphere
1,018 wordsThere are eight different species of bears found throughout the world: the spectacled bear, the Asiatic black bear, the brown bear (including grizzlies), the polar bear, the sun bear, the American black bear, the sloth bear and the giant panda. Even though most people can distinguish a polar bear from a brown bear by the color of the fur, a lot of people fail to identify all the differences among those two species. Both bears can be perceived as large, clumsy and lumbering beasts with heavily bu...
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Polar Bear Global Warming
226 wordsto be dealt with. All of these causes of global warming have been know by scientists, it s the effects we are seeing in today s climate now they had no idea of. Arctic glaciers are melting and causing the ocean s water level to rise. It has be proven that if the water level were to rise anymore then we won tbe able to see the state of Louisiana anymore or any coastal areas anywhere. Louisiana is already having there wetlands filled by the floods. The polar bear is another example of the effects ...
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Beats Per Minute Polar Bears
1,024 wordsPolar Bears can be found in all of the northern regions of the world. This includes Russia, Norway, Greenland, the United States and Canada. They inhabit Arctic Sea ice, water, islands, and continental coastlines. Polar bears prefer sea ice habitat with leads, next to continental coastlines or islands. Air temperatures in the Arctic average - 34 C in winter and 0 C in summer. The coldest area in winter is northeastern Siberia, where the temperature has been recorded as low as - 69 C. The ocean t...
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Polar Bear North Pole
875 wordsSaving Polar Bears Polar Bears Saving the White Beast The Polar Bear males can measure up to nine feet long, and can weigh 770 - 1430 lbs. The fur of the Polar Bear covers their entire body except their nose and pads of their feet. The Polar Bear (Ursus maritime) is the largest living carnivore on the planet earth. (National Parks Service). The polar bear lives in a small place on the top of the globe called the Arctic Circle. At an average the polar bears have about five million square miles of...
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Beats Per Minute Miles Per Hour
1,628 wordsThroughout all of the polar regions of the entire northern hemisphere roams the largest carnivorous quadruped alive in the world today, Ursus maritime. More commonly known as the polar, this huge mammal is ruler of its domain by being well adapted to its environment. The physical characteristics of polar bears make them a perfect fit in the arctic. They have a heavy stout body with strong muscular legs and well-adapted neck muscles. Their eyes are small and deep set to protect them against drivi...
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