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Dust Storms: How They Have Impacted The World's Health
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9 pages in length. The extent to which dust storms impact the world's health is both grand and far-reaching; that dry, desert and semi-arid rangelands represent the most significant regions where dust storms occur speaks to a tremendous number of people detrimentally affected by the natural occurrence. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCDustStrm.rtf

Earth and Mars
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A 6 page comparison of these two planets. This paper describes the physical origin of the planet and characteristics such as atmosphere, gravity, and temperature. The author comments on the possibility of life as it presents on Mars. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPastronErthMars.rtf

Earth's Defense Against Meteors
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This 6 page report discusses the options available to the governments of Earth if a meteor on a collision course was cited. Earth's atmosphere is literally besieged with as much as 50,000 tons of interplanetary rubble annually. There is a scientific consensus agrees that cosmic impacts have played a major role in Earth history and that they continue to pose a significant threat today. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: BWmeteor.wps

Earth's Equilibrium
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5 pages in length. Earth's survival depends upon the collective efforts of each and every species living on the planet; among the overall order or life forms, man is the only one who has not abided by this fundamental doctrine. In fact, humanity has gone so far in the opposite direction that all the major environmental issues plaguing planet Earth today are a direct result of progressing the human species at the expense of all others. The extent to which Earth's equilibrium is under considerable pressure is both grand and far-reaching; that the climate increase indicates a treacherous path toward unstoppable instability speaks to how the planet's fragile equilibrium is a sign of what waits ahead. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCeartheq.rtf

Earth: History And Comparison With Other Planets
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6 pages in length. The writer discusses earth's geological history and briefly compares it with the other solar planets. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCEarth.rtf

Earthquake Activity in the United States During the 19th and 20th Centuries
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An 8 page paper which examines the differences between earthquake activating in the 19th and the 20th centuries in the United States. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAearq.rtf

Earthquake Hazards And Effects
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6 pages in length. Of all the devastating natural disasters to impact mankind, earthquakes are perhaps the most detrimental due to their unannounced presence. Unlike tornadoes or fires that can be detected in advance – albeit with short notice – earthquakes provide no warning device; when they strike, they do so with a vengeance and without notice. As such, effects from earthquake activity (shaking ground) and subsequent consequences resulting from the violent movement (ground failure, tsunamis) present a number of unfavorable circumstances for those within the reach of the fault line. Thankfully, the combination of technological advancement and the implementation of hazard mitigation plans has given seismologists the ability to forewarn and prepare the public if only enough to take cover before disaster strikes. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCEarthQ.rtf

Earthquake: A Terrifying Force
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This 3 page paper describes what it’s like to experience an earthquake. It also briefly discusses plate tectonics
Filename: HVEquake.rtf

Earthquakes
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A 4 page paper which examines basic elements concerning earthquakes. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAehq.rtf

Earthquakes
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A 4 page overview of earthquakes. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: RAqk3.rtf

Earthquakes From Northridge and Whittier, Lessons to be Learned
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This 14-page-paper discusses the Northridge and the Whittier Narrows Earthquakes. It opens with a general discussion on earthquakes and their history. It moves into detailed discussions on the Northridge and Whittier Narrows quakes and then discusses the precautions one can take to stay safe when one hits. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
Filename: CWearthq.wps

Earthquakes & The New Madrid Fault
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An 8 page research paper that examines the most dangerous geological feature of the North American heartland. While most Americans think of California whenever the topic of earthquakes comes up, the residents of New Madrid, Missouri suffered through the worst series of quakes in the known history of North America during an eight-week period in the winter of 1811 to 1812. The three principal shocks have been determined to have had a magnitude of 8.0 or higher. Additionally, ten of the aftershocks reached or exceeded a magnitude of 6.0, and at least three may have reached 7.0. Scientists now believe that eyewitness stories of the Mississippi flowing backward, and waterfalls on the Mississippi are true. The writer discusses what is now known about what happened during this dramatic eight-week period. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Madridf.doc


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