Nature Essays

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Subject: Science
Pages: 4
Words: 1214
Rating: 4,3

The life cycle and social networks of Myxococcus xanthus

Abstract Background and methodology This is a review of the life cycle and social networks of M. xanthus. It considers the advancement in literature about these…

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Subject: Science
Pages: 5
Words: 1402
Rating: 4,8

Slave Making Ants

There are approximately 15000 species of ants, but the slave making phenomenon has been recorded in approximately fifty. Slave making simply refers to a queen building…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 5
Words: 1461
Rating: 4,9

Maintaining the environment

Introduction John Muir and Gifford Pinchot were men who had a common interest; to take care of the environment. However, the approach of these two men…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 2
Words: 536
Rating: 4,7

Poetry exploratory essay

Different and changing ideas of land and/or Country Different themes in the poem, ‘Song of the Darling River’ and ‘Australia’ are used to show a changing…

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Subject: Science
Pages: 3
Words: 509
Rating: 4.3

Unmanned Arial Vehicle

DISCUSSION The previous research in lab 1 aimed at determining the factors affecting the distribution of the three species of salt marshes namely Sarcocornia Pacifica (Sp),…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 3
Words: 903
Rating: 4,4

Indian Ocean Tsunami in 2004

Introduction The Indian Ocean Tsunami occurred on December 26, 2004. It is believed that it had the power or energy of 23,000 Hiroshima-type atomic bombs. The…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 4
Words: 1130
Rating: 4,7

The effect of acid rain on the forests in Scotland

Covered by ancient pines and great mountain scenery, Caledonia Forest has for a long time served as a landmark for Scotland. This forest once covered a…

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Subject: Science
Pages: 2
Words: 333
Rating: 4,4

Photosynthesis and cellular respiration

Photosynthesis is considered as an important process that is critical for survival. Thus, photosynthesis is a process through which green plants produce glucose through the use…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 2
Words: 525
Rating: 4,5

Loss of biodiversity and its correlation to society

Biodiversity is an important component for the progression of ecosystem services and is, therefore, an important part of the well-being of society and all humanity. The…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 5
Words: 1306
Rating: 4,7

Energy sources in China

Introduction Fossil fuels are arguably the largest source of energy for the world. Countries rely on oil to facilitate economy growth with both the oil and…

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Subject: Technology
Pages: 4
Words: 917
Rating: 4,5

Using unmanned aerial vehicle in ecology

Introduction Advancement in technological innovations is exploring areas where human ability cannot reach. As such, there has been the evolution of small robots that aid in…

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Subject: Religion
Pages: 2
Words: 448
Rating: 4,1

The nature of God

The Christian scriptural story creation, fall, redemption, and restoration portray the nature of God and reality to the truth of sickness and disease. Creation In the…

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Subject: Culture
Pages: 2
Words: 558
Rating: 4,9

Pre-modern to modern view of nature and death

Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson in their poetry address diverse issues concerning nature and death. These are two aspects of life that all human beings have…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 1
Words: 301
Rating: 3,9

Relationship between humans and nature

The fate of nature and human beings are intertwined.  As human beings, we are dependent upon nature on our survival as it provides us the things…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 6
Words: 1558
Rating: 4,7

Human activity and global climate change

Introduction The earth’s climate has changed over time. With many cycles of glacial advance and retreats, the climate can be said to change to a great…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 4
Words: 1008
Rating: 4,8

Ontological view of the natural environment

Knowledge is the information concerning the environment that individuals acquire in order to not only interacts with each other, but also with their surroundings. Knowledge can…

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Subject: Science
Pages: 2
Words: 506
Rating: 4,9

The need to explore the sun

The solar system consists of the sun and eight planets; however, there are also other objects such as the moon, asteroids, and comets in the solar…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 10
Words: 2633
Rating: 4,9

A comparison of climatic changes in New York and Tokyo

Introduction Climatic change is a vital factor affecting the society today. The activity leads to the creation of complex effects that affects the existence of nature…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 3
Words: 892
Rating: 4,9

Human activities that causes climate change in North America and…

Causes of Global Warming and Climate Change in America Greenhouse gases trap heat in the atmosphere; hence causing global warming and climate change. Since 1945, the…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 3
Words: 889
Rating: 4,5

Global warming: causes and mitigation

When comparing the natural and anthropogenic changes in climate, in natural, sun is said to be responsible for global warming. It is believed that the warming…

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