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Healthy Forest Initiative: Is it really healthy? - As people of the twenty-first century, we are all too familiar with the frequent occurrence of wildfires in our nation’s forests. Each year millions of acres of woodlands are destroyed in brutal scorches. It has been estimated that 190 million acres of rangelands in the United States are highly susceptible to catastrophic fires (www.doi.gov/initiatives/forest.html.). About a third of these high-risk forests are located in California (www.sfgate.com). These uncontrollable blazes not only consume our beautiful forests but also the wildlife, our homes and often the lives of those who fight the wildfires....   [tags: essays research papers] 1462 words
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Forest Roads and Their Effect on Water Quality - Forest Roads and Their Effect On Water Quality Roads are often necessary to perform certain tasks in the forests. When roads are made, they often pose the problem of erosion, and damage to nearby water sources. The two articles I read on this topic were both from the August 1999 issue of the Journal of Forestry. Both discuss the different techniques and methods for trying to limit the amount of silt that contaminates roads due to disturbance. The first article, “What We Know- and don’t know- about Water Quality at Stream Crossings,” discusses the different methods used to cross streams, and which method causes the most long term, and short term damage to water supplies....   [tags: Free Essays] 431 words
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Theme in Forest Gump and Raging Bull - Theme in Forest Gump and Raging Bull Themes play a major role in many movies. This is the way a director is able to express the main point of the movie in his or her own way. A good example of a movie that does this is Forest Gump. This movie is directed by Robert Zemeckis. The movie takes place over a span of thirty years and all focuses around the life of one man. During this period we see the way a boy grows to a man in body, but remains a child in heart and spirit. A major theme in this movie is destiny....   [tags: Film Movie] 462 words
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Forest Application Vs. Agricultural Application - Forest Application Vs. Agricultural Application There is increasing interest in using forest systems for the treatment of wastewater sludge. Forest application offers several advantages over agricultural application. There is usually a long period of time between the application and removal of the crop. This gives an opportunity for organic compounds to decompose. Another advantage is that there is less of a chance that organic or inorganic compounds will enter the food chain after harvest. Trees benefit from sewage sludge through increased growth rates....   [tags: Nature Sludge Essays]
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The Forest as a Place of Truth and Freedom in Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter" - The forest in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel, The Scarlet Letter, represents an array of personas. Both rumors and scandal surround the forest, causing a biased view of this secluded location within the Puritan community. Yet, Hawthorne designates the forest as a place of truth, independence, and joy to those with secrets. Boston’s Puritan society of the mid 1600’s feared the near-bye forest. Believing that “the black man that haunts the forest” (71) and that the witches who do the devil’s work there, the townspeople are warned to stay away the sinful place....   [tags: Nathaniel Hawthorne, Scarlet Letter, ] 761 words
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Vermont's Non-Timber Forest Products - Vermont's Non-Timber Forest Products Introduction Across the world people rely on the natural environment around them for many things: food, medicine, crafts, shelter, etc. Although in the Western world we are quickly forgetting the importance of the natural resources that nature provides us with, many people still rely on nature for their basic necessities. Non-timber forest products are gathered all over the world, both to serve the individual, and to sell on a larger market. People from all walks of life gather NTFPs, from those just picking some berries on a hike for a snack to people who rely almost solely on these products for their food, medicine, or livelihood....   [tags: NFTP Environment Ecology Essays Papers]
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The Fierce and the Dead: Beliefs and Cultural Evolution of Equitorial Forest Tribes - The Fierce and the Dead A look at the beliefs and cultural evolution of the Equitorial forest tribes of Gabon, Cameroon, and Equitorial Guinea. The forests of Gabon, Cameroon, and Equitorial Guinea are standing stones in time. Like the Pyramids at Ghiza or the steps of Machu Pichu. They tell us a story of beginings and ancient ways of life. They provide an archeological and anthropological look at societies and civilizations of bygone eras. The difference of course being, that while the Pryamids have become an ancient backdrop to a modern world surrounded by the bustling sounds of traffic and the ever growing cityscape of contemporary Egypt....   [tags: tribes, culture, changes, region, beliefs] 1786 words
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The Migration of Trees into Pocket Refuges and the Future of Those Refuges. - During the last ice age, a large glacier reigned over Canada and the northern United States. Plants and animals found within these regions shifted over time into areas that were free of ice and established themselves until the ice retreated. These areas were known as glacial refugia (Dyke et al. 2003). A refugium is an isolated location inhabited by a segregated population of one or more species. Areas like these can be found in all corners of the earth and can contain very high amounts of biodiversity....   [tags: forest migration, ice ages]
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The Forest of Good and Evil in Young Goodman Brown”by Nathaniel Hawthorne - ... She symbolizes Goodman’s own faith, and it is shown by the Goodman’s description of his wife: “And Faith, as the wife was aptly named, thrust her own pretty head into the street, letting the wind play with the pink ribbons of her cap” (Hawthorne 1). In addition, when he arrives in the forest, the gentleman waiting there for him tells him that he is already late, and Goodman responds: "Faith kept me back awhile"(Hawthorne 1). This shows that Goodman’s wife is not only his wife but also she is referring to her husband own religious belief as well....   [tags: symbolism, faith, darkness]
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How Long Does It Take to Stop a Forest Fore Based on the Density of Trees - ... The average tick was 316.8. The table above shows the results I have gained with a tree density of 75%. It shows that on average 99.3% of the tree density got burnt. The results show that as the tree density decreased from 99% to 75% the percentage of trees burnt decreased. The ticks also decreased. The ticks show it took less time to burn the trees then the tree density of 99%. The reason why the ticks are lower could be because a lower population of the trees was burnt. Density Repeat % Burnt Ticks 60% 1 72.9% 333 2 77.6% 335 3 72.3% 339 4 35.4% 347 5 76.4% 342 Average 66.9% 339.2 The table above shows that the average amount of trees burnt was 66% when I changed the density of...   [tags: experiment, test, results, table] 775 words
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Annual Report Comparison of Two Comanies in Paper/Forest Products - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY  The two companies which are being compared in this report are: Acadian Timber and Canfor Pulp Products Inc.  Both these companies are in the industry of Paper and Forest Products  In this report, the following topics are analysed and compared: o Overall Appearance – Canfor Pulp Products has a more colourful appearance which makes it more appealing towards the readers, whereas Acadian Timber has worked around a common colour, which has made the report look rather dull and boring to look at o Aim – Canfor Pulp Products Inc....   [tags: Business Communications, Reporting]
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Observing Chimpanzees at The Kimberly-Clark Chimpanzee Forest Exhibit at Dallas Zoo - I observed chimpanzees in the Kimberly-Clark Chimpanzee Forest exhibit at the Dallas zoo. These African apes, like humans, are hominoids and fall into the larger category of catarrhines. Their scientific classification is Pan troglodytes. There were about ten chimpanzees in that habitat. Most of them were grown adults, except two children. They were robust and had black fur. The average weight of the chimps was listed on a display to be about 115 pounds. Grass made up their environment around which they traveled mostly on all fours, on their feet and their knuckles....   [tags: zoo essay, african apes]
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A Critic of Robert Frost's Poems and How they Retain to Beauty - Each day we walk outside and we see something beautiful. It is called Nature. Outside it holds so much more than we can see. We love the world around us and it is up to us to see it. The world shows us all that it can hold. The problem is we look at the world and see simple things. We see things that have no meaning, but are just objects. However, everything in Nature can have a hidden meaning. “Vivid pictures of landscape, but in them the Yankee point of view through which nature is seen is as vital to the meaning as the things portrayed.” (Lynen) Nature has meaning behind each part of nature....   [tags: nature, darkness, forest, mountains]
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Human Alterations, Deforestation, and its Adverse Affects - Through the progression of the Vitousek et al. class article describing domination of earth’s ecosystems by humans and subsequent articles describing what fuels deforestation and its adverse affects, much insight has been gained about land transformation. However all articles previously reviewed dealt with how agricultural methods, land transformation, and deforestation have affected solely ecological factors. Very little research has been done detailing which ways deforestation negatively affects humans....   [tags: Earth, Ecosystem, Humans, Forest]
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The Tale of Robin Hood - THESIS STATEMENT Although only slightly factual in historical setting, the legends of Robin Hood have captivated the imaginations of young and old alike through the charming stories concerning the characters of Sherwood Forest. PURPOSE STATEMENT Through critical analysis and research concerning the legends and characters surrounding Robin Hood, this paper will present the theme of social justice for the common man as purported by the Merry Men of Sherwood Forest. INTRODUCTION The tale of Robin Hood has evolved into one of the greatest legends of all time and has fascinated the minds of all who have heard about it....   [tags: Analysis, Sherwood Forest] 2672 words
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What´s a Tropical Rainforest - Tropical Rainforest: A tropical rainforest is a humid, moist biome located near the Earth’s equator, with the world’s largest rainforest being in South America, Southeast Asia and Africa. Rainforests collect from 60 to 160 inches of rainfall throughout the year, with the constant humidity and moisture within the rainforest creates the perfect biome for tropical condition thriving plants and animals. One of the world’s best environments for biodiversity are the tropical rainforests, they contain 15 million species of plants and animals....   [tags: biodiversity, animals, deciduous forest] 1099 words
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The Biomes of Earth - There are many types of biomes and there is also a good variety of ways to their classification. Rainforest, grassland, marine system, and freshwater system Grassland is mostly covered by grass. Moderately dry climate conditions and season disturbances, such as floods and fire are conductive to the growth of grasses and prohibitive of trees and shrubs. Grasslands are found in tropical, subtropical, and temperate regions. There are a couple of types of grasslands. Plant life is susceptible to fires....   [tags: grassland, wetlands, rain forest] 698 words
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The Mysterious Forest in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter - The Mysterious Forest in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter      In Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, life is centered around a rigid Puritan society. In this society, people are not allowed to express their true thoughts and feelings. Every human being needs the opportunity to express how they truly feel; otherwise the emotions become bottled up until they begin to hurt the person. Unfortunately, the puritans were not allowed this type of expression. Luckily, at least for the four main characters, Hawthorne has created a forest to give them shelter....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne] 1006 words
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The Effects of Wildfires - Fire at any level can be devastating, yet the effects that wildfires have on every worldwide country really has left its mark on the land. As written by world renowned wild fire spokesperson Smokey the Bear, “Every year, wildfires sweeps through parts of the United States setting wilderness and homes ablaze. On average these raging infernos destroy about four to five million acres of land a year. But in 2012, wildfire burned more than 9.3 million acres, an area about the size of Massachusetts and Connecticut combined” (U.S....   [tags: wildfires, forest fires]
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How Do Fires Start? - “The most tangible of all visible mysteries- fire.” ~ Leigh Hunt Fire is a visible mystery, as poet Leigh Hunt states. We all love staring at a crackling fire on a brisk summer night, watching as its smoke wisps into disappearance. Many are too entranced by a fire to delve deeper into its creation. How does a fire start. What is its chemical process. How does a small flame at the end of a match expand into a catastrophe so quickly. The three vital things for a fire to be created are fuel, oxygen, and heat....   [tags: combustion, oxygen, forest] 523 words
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The Forest of Lies - The children play hide and seek in the middle of the woods, full of tress as tell as apartment buildings,colored in the brightest of oranges. All the kids are bundled in jackets and scarfs to keep away the fall chill. “Your it!” Cheerfully screams the children. “But I don't want to be it” Whines Jason in response. But the other children had already run off laughing without a response. “Aww, come on guys!” Jason says to no one in particular. “This isn't fair!” He looks around seeing, no other children is sight....   [tags: short story] 911 words
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Market Failures and the White River National Forest - Market Failures and the White River National Forest The two and one quarter acre White River National Forest is located in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, approximately two to four hours west of Denver on I-70. The scenic beauty of the area, along with ample developed and undeveloped recreation opportunities in the forest, accounts for the fact that the White River consistently ranks as one of the top Forests nation wide for total recreation use. The Forest provides for an excellent variety of recreation opportunities in all seasons with eleven ski areas, eight designated wildernesses, several national trails, approximately 70 forest service administered developed sites (campgro...   [tags: Economics Environment Research] 5292 words
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Compare and Contrast ?Genesis? and ?Penetrating to the Heart of the Forest?, - Topic # 3 Compare and Contrast “Genesis” and “Penetrating to the Heart of the Forest”, Looking at both myth and short story. Although there are many similarities present, a distinct difference is made between “Genesis” and "Penetrating to the Heart of the Forest" in that “Genesis” is a mythical narrative while "Penetrating to the Heart of the Forest" is an adaptation of a mythic story (Adam and Eve) in the form of a short story. When comparing and contrasting these two stories we see similarities in storyline, themes, symbols, differences in detail, and the extent and significance of the stories themselves....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Scaffold and Forest in Nathaniel Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter - The Scaffold and Forest in The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne's work, The Scarlet Letter, focuses on the small Puritan community of Boston during the seventeenth century. In the center of the town is a " . . .weather darkened scaffold. . . (234)" where sinners are made to face the condemning public. The accused experience strange phenomena while on the scaffold - some become braver, some meeker. And whether the public is looking at them or not, they become their true selves on the scaffold....   [tags: Scarlet Letter essays] 765 words
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The Impact of Forest Management on Water Supply and Quality - The Impact of Forest Management on Water Supply and Quality Forest management can have either detrimental or positive effects on watershed supply and quality. The type of effect depends on the type of operation(eg. harvesting vs. reforestation), the way it is conducted, and the view point of the land manager(eg. more or less water yield). Timber harvesting activities tend to increase the water yields of a watershed. Evapotranspiration is decreased by the removal of vegetation. This decrease in ET causes the amount of soil water that is moving into the channel system to increase....   [tags: Environment Environmental Pollution]
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The Spotted Owl, the Forest's Products Industry, and the Public Policy - The Spotted Owl, the Forest's Products Industry, and the Public Policy I. Introduction A. The Spotted Owl B. Logging Industry II. Conflicts of Interest A. Economic needs 1.Unemployment B. Preservation Needs 1.Endangered Species Act 2.Special Interest Groups III. Resolutions A. Possible Solutions B. Eventual Outcome 1. Loss of Interest a. Other Species Demand Attention 2. Migration 3. Repopulation Abstract The spotted owl was seen as a symbol of all things environmental during the late 1980's and early 1990's....   [tags: Papers] 1469 words
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Tropical Rain Forest Soils of La Selva - Tropical Rain Forest Soils of La Selva Tropical rain forests across the globe are currently threatened by massive deforestation for logging, grazing, and cultivation (Otzen 1993). Such land-use practices alter temperature regimes (Fernandes and Sanford 1995) as well as ground, soil, and surface water, flora, fauna, and microorganisms (Otzen 1993). These changes may result in a loss of soil organic matter, a decrease in soil fertility (Garcia-Oliva et al. 1994, Tissen et al. 1994), severe soil erosion (Otzen 1993), and changes in soil structure and chemistry (Fernandes and Sanford 1995, Sollins et al....   [tags: Ecology Wildlife Nature Essays]
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The Diversity and Abundance of Understorey Avifauna in Bormeo - One of the four major islands of the great Indo-Malayan Archipelago is a Borneo that located along the Sumatra, Java, and Sulawesi. According to the Das (2006), Borneo is situated between coordinates 040 S to 070 N and 109 to 1190 E. Approximately 743,380 km2 the third largest tropical island land area in the world was covered by Borneo (Darison and Fook, 2001). The most largest and familiar groups of vertebrate are birds with some 9672 species known worldwide (MacKinnon, 1991). MacKinnon and Phillipps (1993), states that Borneo has 66% of the residents land birds of the region or 358 species....   [tags: habitat, air quality, forest blocks]
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Creative Writing: Lost in the Mountains - ... John stare at the horizon, a beautiful sunset at the ocean near the city. The sun slowly going down the sea. On the soft sand shore, John can see the crawling crabs, he can feel the smooth and gentle sand. John turns and look at the sea, it is so beautiful. The majestically moving curve waves roll swiftly then it crashes with the sand shore. John take a deep breath, the salty clean air refresh his soul and bring him to the magical world. The birds chirp their songs for John to hear. The wind blows at his face and touch his ears, it is very cool and refreshing....   [tags: beach, forest, short cuts, illusions] 715 words
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Destruction of the Amazon Rainforest - In South America lies the largest and most wondrous rainforest in the world, the Amazon Rainforest. This 1.4 billion acre forest represents over half of the planets remaining rainforests, and comprises the largest and most bio-diverse tract of rainforest in the world. Ten percent of all known species on the planet are found in this rain forest, most of which have yet to be discovered. For the past century, the Amazon has been gradually decreasing in size due to agricultural expansion, ranching, infrastructure projects, energy exploration and illegal logging....   [tags: illegal logging, deforestation, tropical forest]
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My Freedom: A Fictional Narrative - ... I guess the shock on my face softens him, as he lets out a breath that fans out around my face. “Just look at what the so called God squad did to innocent people, maybe then you will understand why I am no longer Noah.” He softly says, handing me something that feels like it weighs tons in my hands. He leaves me in the oppressive room staring at the stack of pictures he gave me. I go back to the little cot and flip through the pictures. To say the least they are appalling. In most of the pictures there are pits filled with dead bodies the ribs poking through their taut skin and hollow cheeks....   [tags: forest, hung, pain, head, rebel] 2056 words
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College: A Plethora of Experiences - The plight of waking up at 5:30 in the morning is a small price to pay for an education. This is what I tell myself when the dreaded alarm goes off and the time comes to prepare for the school day. I may gripe. I may grumble. But deep down, I know that I wouldn't have it any other way. School is a means of self-improvement, an investment in one’s self. That being said, throughout my four years at Wake Forest anything can and will transpire, but on commencement day at Hearn Plaza, there is one thing that will be certain: I will be better than I was when I started....   [tags: my time at Wake Forest University] 590 words
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The South Texas Ecosystems - ... Turtlegrass and Manateegrass are the two types of dominant plants in South Texas Seagrass beds. Manateegrass and Turtlegrass are dominant because of low rainfall that flows to the bay high evaporation as well their tolerance to salt. Some common animal species that live in the Seagrass beds are fish, sea turtles, shellfish, and waterfowl. Their adaptation to live in that ecosystem is that Seagrass beds provide as a direct food source, habitat, and nursery area. The ecological importance of Seagrass beds is that they play vital role as producers as well nursery ground for many species....   [tags: dunes, seagrass beds, mangrove forest] 882 words
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Climate Change In Australia - Climate change has the potential to devastate millions in Australia. Rising temperatures will impact the landscape of Australia by decreasing Australia's forests. Australia is going to have to spend billions of dollars to make sure their safety from climate change. The people in Australia will need to be strong and flexible to make it through this tough time they're going through, and Australia will have to find a way to fix this problem before it's too late. Climate change is something that will affect the entire world and it's not an issue to take lightly....   [tags: rising temperature, forest, coral reef]
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Conservation of Tillmans Ravine and Stokes State Forest in New Jersey - Conservation of Tillmans Ravine and Stokes State Forest in New Jersey In 1907 the New Jersey Forest and Park Commission purchased 5,432 acres of land in the northwest corner of the state and named it "Stokes State Forest" in honor of Governor Edward Stokes who had 500 acres. Some of the tracts included in the original purchases were acquired for one dollar per acre. subsequent acquisitions have slowly increased the total land area to it's present size of over 17,000 acres. Stokes State Forest is managed as a multi-use forest with the primary functions of protecting the natural resources while serving the public at the same time....   [tags: Papers] 357 words
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Free College Essays - The Forest as a Symbol of Freedom in Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter - The Scarlet Letter - The Forest as a Symbol of Freedom             “Wilt thou let me be at peace, if I once tell thee?” asked Hester. In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, life is centered around a stiff Puritan society in which one can not indulge in their deepest thoughts. Puritan society does not let human beings show how they really feel. Therefore Hester had to seek refuge to explore her inner thoughts, such as the forest. In the forest Hester brings out many hidden emotions, Hester shows her love for Dimmsdale, and the forest is a place where the both of them may have an open conversation without the constraints of Puritan society....   [tags: free essay writer] 746 words
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Logging on Public Land Must be Restricted -   Walking on a small trail through a canopy of white oak and other mixed hardwoods I soon came to an overlook, a small rock overhang from which I could see the gently rolling canvas of green for miles. The Mark Twain National Forest. As I turned my head however, the canvas of green became more like a patchwork quilt. One square mile of forest, another square mile of nothing except stumps and slash, the waste products of a logging clear-cut. The loggers had taken what they needed and left, allowing nature to take over where they left off, to start again from nothing....   [tags: Environment, Forest Preservation]
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream Essay: Importance of the Nighttime Forest - A Midsummer Night's Dream: The Importance of the Nighttime Forest      In Shakespeare’s play A Midsummer Night's Dream the dark forest is the center of the world, relegating Athens, center of the civilized Greek world, to the periphery. Day gives way to night, and mortal rulers leave the stage to be replaced by fairies. The special properties of night in a forest make it the perfect setting for the four lovers to set out on a project of self-discovery. Shakespeare implies that in darkness, reliance on senses other than eyesight leads to true seeing....   [tags: Midsummer Night's Dream]
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The Life Support of the Forestry Regime: Case Studies of Two Transnational NGOs - The Life Support of the Forestry Regime: Case Studies of Two Transnational NGOs Introduction As relatively new actors in international relations, nongovernmental organizations or NGOs are becoming a vital component for successful environmental regimes. NGOs organize transnational advocacy networks that link state actors, businesses, and other organizations. The forestry regime is relatively weak as compared to other environmental regimes because of a lack of international agreements and state policies regarding forest conservation....   [tags: Environment Environmental Essays, forest]
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Organ Donation and Forest Depletion Depicted in Fitzhugh’s The Organ Grinders - Organ Donation and Forest Depletion Depicted in Fitzhugh’s The Organ Grinders On the back of my drivers license there is a box which will allow me to donate organs if I wish to do so. Upon first receiving my license I didn’t know whether to sign it or where I could find three witnesses to watch me sign. Modern science is allowing people to live longer than ever before, and transplanting failed organs is another method to preserve our frail lives. The problem with human organ transplantation is there is never enough supply to meet the high demand....   [tags: Environment Environmental Pollution Preservation]
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The Setting and Atmosphere of Sikes and Nancy,The Black Cottage, and The Treasure In The Forest - Comparing the setting and atmosphere of Sikes and Nancy written by CHARLES DICKENS in 1869, The Black Cottage written by WILKIE COLLINS in 1859 and The Treasure In The Forest written by HERBERT GEORGE (HG) Wells in 1895. Three Victorian plays I am going to study the setting and atmosphere of three short stories written in the Victorian era, I will attempt to understand how the Victorian society was based on these texts. Sikes and Nancy written by CHARLES DICKENS in 1869, The Black Cottage written by WILKIE COLLINS in 1859 and The Treasure In The Forest written by HERBERT GEORGE (HG) Wells in 1895....   [tags: English Literature] 2404 words
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Charles Darwin Would Be an Environmentalist - In an article by Axel Bugge two opinions on what should happen to the Amazon are discussed. One view is that it’s more important to cut down the Amazon due to the growing number of people living in Brazil. The other more vocal side wants to stop any cutting down of the Amazon but at least wants to minimize the amount that is being cut down every year. They don’t want to lose the Amazon that is nicknamed “the lungs of the planet” for all the oxygen that comes from there (Bugge 1). The Brazilian authorities and large percent of Brazilians know that they should limit the amount of Amazon that is being cut down....   [tags: Amazon Rain Forest] 577 words
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The Light In the Forest - It is the fall of 1764, and the relations between white settlers of western Pennsylvania and Indians of the Ohio area are strained. Nevertheless, the ambitious white Colonel Bouquet and his troop of 1,500 men march into Indian country and demand the return of whites who have been kidnapped by the Delaware Indians. True Son, a fifteen-year-old white boy who has been raised by Indians since the age of four, is one of the white prisoners who is going to be returned. True Son loves his Indian way of life and considers himself to be Indian; he has been raised to view whites as enemies and cannot imagine living with them....   [tags: essays research papers] 980 words
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Environmental Issue - Environmental problems are something which belongs to nature or known as “Mother Earth” [13]. Nature was created to help people survive from gathering foods until build a house. This phenomenon happens continuously without thinking how much damage that nature has because human’s fault. Nature gradually becomes worse and animal’s life in danger. People who are aware of the importance of nature react. Those people do several ways to save the environment. Although these efforts can return back the environment, these efforts only can be hold temporarily....   [tags: Air Polution, Forest Destruction] 1171 words
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Environmental Management - The role of the State is still crucial to twenty-first century environmental policy making. The State through its various different organizations is involved in implementing policies related to the direct and active manipulation of the environment (Wilson, 1997). The State devises a set of rules governing the access and withdrawals of the resource stock (Grafton, 2000). For example, forest officials, such as the Forestry Commission in the United Kingdom directly manages and exploits state owned forests....   [tags: Environment, Forest Officials, Policy] 1152 words
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Sports Marketing - Sports marketing is a delicate balance applying technology, posters, banners, and sports figures to ultimately increase the net worth of a specific team or sport. Wake Forest University outlines what sports marketing is, the skills necessary to effectively market sports, in addition they offer sources to supplement their article. As Wake Forest University hinted at technology is surging forth in the world of sports marketing, as generations are becoming more dependent on technology sports marketers are scrambling to incorporate technology into every sport and game possible....   [tags: technology, Wake Forest University, stadium]
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Uña de Gato or Cat' s Claw: Another Valuable Treasure from the Peruvian Rain Forest - Uña de Gato or Cat' s Claw: Another Valuable Treasure from the Peruvian Rain Forest Cat's Claw, also commonly called Uña de Gato, is a breakthrough herbal medicine that is reported to be beneficial to the treatment of cancer, digestion disorders, Crohn's disease, arthritis, diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome, bursitis, rheumatism, genital herpes and herpes zoster, allergies, ulcers, systemic candidiasis, pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS), along with numerous other bowl and intestinal disorders. It also is noted to have positive effect on immune system problems, including those infected with the HIV virus....   [tags: Botany]
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A New Forest To Conquer - The following is a story that I hope to someday tell my grandchildren. I want it to serve as a means of instilling in them the courage and dexterity that I have somehow found within myself to make it through this wonderful and sometimes very painful journey. Once upon a time, high, high up in a tree, there was a bird’s nest and in that nest there was a special, little egg . The mother bird worried and fussed and fussed and worried over her little egg, saying, “Oh my, this little egg cannot possibly be big enough for my baby bird.” Finally, the mother bird’s wait and worry over the little egg came to an end and her baby hatched....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Great Barrier Reef in Australia - In eerie silence high above the earth’s surface a breath taken astronaut observes the mystery and ineffable wonder of the largest structure made by living organisms. While too far to see the diverse 1,500 fish species or 400 coral curiosities, the effulgence of this place is unmistakable. As the only living thing able to be seen without aid from the moon, the Great Barrier Reef’s splendor is not only limited to images from the ground; it seizes the interest of stars and men alike. Spanning south from Papua New Guinea to the eastern Queensland coast of Australia, its size is like no other, making a home for more species of animals and plants in a cubic meter than any other place in the worl...   [tags: rain forest, australian attractions, ayer's rock]
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Removal of The Colora River Bank - The function of riparian zone vegetation and river banks in South Africa, are under constant threat of anthropogenic activities such as mining and agricultural practices along riverine areas. The degradation of such vegetation and the collapse or removal of river banks has a profound wide spread and long term effect on the riverine environment (Zainudin et al. 2013). Initiatives such as Working for Water (WfW) has taken up the challenge to actively restore degraded and disturbed riverine environments in order to restore the quality and availability of water in South African catchment areas (Palmer et al....   [tags: south africa, forest act,riparian vegetation]
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The Significance of Forests - Introduction Forests can shape our landscape; they can provide immeasurable appeal to rural and peri-urban areas, defining the inherent landscape character. Furthermore, the significance of design interpretation can facilitate management objectives and outcomes; particularly in proximity to centers of population. Wherein, the community has an affinity, vested interest, general interest or typically a fear of change. Historic landscape design: The major influence on the forest landscape was the Forestry Act 1919, and creation of the Forestry Commission (FC); there remit was to create a strategic timber reserve demanded by the war effort....   [tags: Landscapes, Rural, Peri-Urban Areas]
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The Importance of Forests - How does one see the world with trees everywhere. How about a world with not one in site. Forests are natural resources that are beneficial to humans and species. They house many species and help the earth remain robust by, (holding soil together), keeping the water cycle in balance, and cleaning the air. Forests have been used since man first stood. As time has gone by, the forests population has been declining because of societies taking them down in order to make space for buildings, farm land, and to produce utilities....   [tags: environmental issues, deforestation]
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Three Threats to the Sustainability of Forests - When speaking about the sustainability of forests, sustainability itself must first be defined. The concept of sustainability is not easily defined in a single sentence or even in several sentences. As quoted by Steve Nix (n.d.), the British Columbia Forest Service defines sustainability as the integration of 3 elements, the environment, the economy and the social system, into a single system that can be maintained in a healthy state indefinitely. To achieve and maintain this delicate balance, many different factors within those 3 elements are required to work together in unison....   [tags: Deforestation Essays]
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Pennsylvania Forests Management Strategies - The management of the Pennsylvania forests should incorporate proper population control mechanisms for the white-tailed deer together with suitable pest control mechanisms in the habitats. Other strategies relating to tree harvesting, nutrients conservation, fire management, and the utilization of wood products need to be changed to effectively conserve Pennsylvania forests and the wildlife in them. The most significant controversy surrounding the present management strategies for Pennsylvania forests and the wildlife in them is in the control of the white-tailed deer population....   [tags: state environmetal policies] 1052 words
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Black Forrest, Colorado Springs, Colorado - Overview The heavily wooded but fast growing area of Black Forest, Colorado is a fantastic destination for habitual wildlife, familial, and individual enjoyment. Located just north of Colorado Springs and situated in El Paso County, originally known as “the pineries”, Black Forest is chock-full of rich Native American antiquity and well-made frontier handiwork accompanied by beautiful natural wildlife, county and historic parks for small and large group fun. Black Forrest is one of Colorado’s natural gems, and a place to visit and delight in earth’s natural splendor....   [tags: Native tribes, familial enjoyment, wildlife] 632 words
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Analysis of The character Jenny Curran from the Movie Forrest Gump - The character Jenny Curran from the movie Forrest Gump, had a tough life from the very beginning of the movie throughout to the end. During the movie, most parts were assumed and not actually said. For example, as a child she was physically abused as well as sexually abuse, however, it isn’t said, a scene of her with dirty ripped clothes and older Forrest narrating says “her father was always touching and kissing her and her sister” that implies that her father was sexually abusing her. Jenny’s father was not only abusive but an alcoholic and neglected the care of Jenny....   [tags: forrest gump, jenny curran, run forrest]
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Diversity of Species Found in Tropical Rainforests and Temperate Forests - Introduction While looking at tropical rainforests and temperate forests, one will notice a wide diversity of: species, location and values. Tropical rain forests are located along equatorial regions of the globe, while temperate forests tend to shy away from the planets waistline and reside in areas north and south of the equator. Temperature and rainfall has a profound effect on the control of temperate and tropical rainforests. Diversity of species is influenced by the type of forest where the species is located....   [tags: Ecology]
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Effects of Climate Change on the Boreal Forests in Canada - ... The prime breeding ground for most of the ducks in the continent is the prairie potholes in the boreal. Drought and high temperatures due to the increasing global warming is likely to dry out the boreal forests breeding grounds for ducks as a result of melting of the permafrost in the subsurface. For instance, the total surface area of ponds in Alaska since the 1950s has decreased by about 31%, and the number of ponds has also decreased by about 50% (Randerson, 1130). The climate change in the boreal forest in Canada can also alter the suitability of habitats by changing the distribution of plants and trees due to global warming....   [tags: environmental issues and concerns]
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Depletion Of Forests - Can you picture our earth without forests. Many of us can’t. Forests cover approximately one fifth of the worlds land surface and play an important role in our everyday lives (Dudley 4). Forests provide us with many products and services from helping maintain erosion to providing jobs for our citizens. Humanity depends on the survival of a healthy ecosystem and deforestation is causing many social, economic and ecological problems. One ecological problem is Global warming witch is caused when carbon is released into the air after the burning of forests....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Impact of Climate Change on the World’s Forests - The world's forests provide many important benefits to the world - more than half of all species living on land live in the world’s forests. Global climate changes and the world’s forests are inescapably linked, the negative effect of global climate change on the world’s forest affects the human beings biologically and socio-economically. Global climate change is any significant change in measurements of climate such as temperature, pre¬cipitation, or wind. Leading indicators of Climate change is greenhouse effect where the atmosphere gases such as carbon dioxide traps solar radiation in the atmosphere....   [tags: Global Warming Essays]
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Tree Carbon Storage in Urban Forests in Aukland - The tree carbon storage of urban forests in Auckland is highly variable as displayed in figure one. The average total carbon storage by trees in urban forest plots overall was 31.21 Kg C/m^2.The range of carbon storage was large with storage ranging between 0.31 to 115.64 Kg C/m^2 as displayed in table 1. The significantly higher carbon storage in the Auckland domain when compared to all other urban forests surveyed (figure 1) this is likely due the Auckland domain being located on the cone of an extinct volcano....   [tags: trees, nutrients, ecosystems] 636 words
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Pollution Essay: Forests Counter-Act Global Warming - An important ecosystem service provided by forests is the ability to counter-act the effects of global warming. Carbon dioxide, a contributing factor to global warming, is taken up by the plants and vegetation contained in forests through photosynthesis and the resulting carbon is stored in both living and dead plant biomass. This process, known as carbon sequestration, greatly reduces the potential for global climate change (IPCC 2001). Forest cover also affects the albedo, that is, the proportion of incident solar radiation that is reflected by the earths surface....   [tags: Environment, Climate Change]
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Nathan Bedford Forrest - Nathan Bedford Forrest      The United States Army, in its doctrine, lists nine basic principles. As stated in Field Manual 100-5 these include objective, offensive, mass, economy of force, maneuver, unity of command, security, surprise, and simplicity. 1 Napoleon had 115 maxims, Sun Tzu had 13 principles, but Nathan Bedford Forrest’s advice was the utmost of simplicity, “Git thar firstest with the mostest men.”2 As we look at the challenge facing our nation’s military today, our leaders would do well to look at Forrest’s campaigns and strategies as a guide....   [tags: Nathan Bedford Forrest Hero Bio Essays]
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Deciduous Forests - Deciduous Forests The definition of a deciduous forest is a biome characterized by the presence of trees that lose their leaves in the fall. I chose to narrow down this subject a little and do my report mainly on the Temperate Broadleaf Deciduous Forest. It is mainly dominate in eastern North America. It is very well known for its leaves which turn brilliant colors like brilliant reds, oranges and golds in autumn. The shortening of days in fall stimulates the plants to withdraw chlorophyll from their leaves, allowing a brief but spectacular showing of other beautiful colors before the leaves are shed completely and plants enter an extended period of dormancy....   [tags: Papers] 449 words
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Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation - ... Community forestry has contributed to improving and diversifying livelihoods by mobilizing locally available natural forest. As per the Forest Act (1993), community forest user groups (CFUGs) retain 100% of revenues generated and 25% are used in forest development activities (Ojha, Persha & Chhatre, 2009). Under CF, the focus is to meet the local’s demand regarding forest products and protect forest, so CFUG are the manager of the forest. The CF’s priority is protection and production of forest related needs for its user (Acharya, 2004; Shrestha, Shrestha & Shrestha, 2010), this will complement the goal of REDD+....   [tags: carbon, forests, conservation] 1792 words
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