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How to Help the Polar Bears

- Appearance Polars bears are very distinct from other bears, having white fur. But despite what we commonly think, polar bears come in many colours, from white to a creamy yellow, and even a light brown in the summer. Polar bears are absolutely enormous, and can weigh 350-680 kg, or 770-1500 lbs. They also have huge feet, which they use as paddles when swimming in the arctic waters; they also work as snowshoes when they are walking on land. They are also the largest bear, along with the Kodiak bear....   [tags: ecosystem, diet, endangerment]

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Polar Bears and their Retreating Habitat

- Include the scientific and common names of your species The Polar bears scientific name is Ursus maritimus, which means “maritime bear”. This was coined in 1774 by Commander C.J. Phipps. The reason for this name was because of the polar bears dependence on the Arctic sea ice, which they spend most of their time traveling and hunting. Another name is Nanuk which is the Inuit name meaning seal bear. According to Polar Bears International (2014) other terms are Beliy Medved meaning white bear in Russian, Isbjorn, meaning ice bear in Norweigan....   [tags: ursus maritimus, marine mamals]

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Polar Bears and their Retreating Habitat

- Some of the risk factors that contribute to its registration on the Species At Risk Public Registry are hunting, reduction of availability of their prey, the reduction of their melting sea ice, and pollution, but mainly human actions. Polar bears were hunted more commonly in the past, since they have been considered at risk, they have been given regulations and laws to ensure their species survives, thus taking precautions such as putting a limit to hunting and killing the bears, whether they bring a threat when entering a community or village....   [tags: species at risk, melting sea ice]

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Polar Bears and Climate

- Climate change refers to the variations in the mean and variables of climate properties that persists over long periods and results in one among the most crucial and common problems in the current world. Often, climate change results from human activities or natural gases and has both physical and economic effects on the world and people. Climate change has social effects on aspects such as health, food production, and growth. Climate change causes tremendous spread of certain infectious diseases and increased death rates related to heat waves....   [tags: increased temperature, ocean ice]

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The Arctic Tundra: Home to the Polar Bears

- The Arctic tundra, a vast plain of ice and water, is located on the northern poles of the Earth. Characterized by its low precipitation, minimum sunlight, and a layer of permafrost- a thick layer of ice that never thaws away- this biome is very cold, with temperatures as low as negative 70oC. One specific population that has adapted to this harsh environment is the polar bears. The Arctic tundra’s extreme temperatures have caused species, specifically polar bears, to adapt to it. Polar bears feed on animals that live underwater; therefore, they are extremely strong swimmers....   [tags: Trichinella, Harsh Environments]

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The Effects of Global Warimgin on Polar Bears

- The effects of Global Warming on Polar Bears For years, we have heard of the devastating effects of global warming and how the melting of the polar ice caps will cause severe climate changes. One animal that has suffered most from global warming is the polar bear. Global warming has caused the polar bear population to decrease due to the results of having to swim longer distances, loss of habitat, and lack of mates to reproduce offspring. Global warming has caused this species to become endangered and has some attention with social media....   [tags: popluation, wim, habitat, mates, offspring]

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Global Warming: Polar Bears are Endangered

- ... Global warming is destroying the polar bear habitat. Global warming is caused by humans but we are not making an effort to fix it. A lot of humans still do not even know what global warming is and should be aware of this issue. The main cause of global warming is humans; we should solution for this concern. The ringed seal is the polar bear’s best source of food. The reduction of ice is causing the seal population to reduce and it is causing the bears to face starvation. The reduction of food supply is a key to polar bear deaths....   [tags: hunting, climate change]

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Polar Bears

- Polar bears are big, white bears (sometimes darker fur) that live in very cold regions like around the artic poles. There are 21,000 to 28,000 Polar bears alive that are known. Polar bears swim in water and are carnivores, they eat fish . Polar bears feed mainly on ringed seals and bearded seals. Depending upon their location, they also eat harp and hooded seals and eat carcasses of beluga whales, walruses, narwhals, and Bowhead whales. A polar bears' stomach can hold up to 15% to 20% of its body weight....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Polar Bears

- Habitat Polar bears prefer to live in extremely cold artic climates. They live only in the Northern Hemisphere, on the arctic ice cap, and they spend most of their time on coastal areas. Polar bears are widely spread in Canada, extending from the northern arctic islands south to the Hudson Bay area. They are also found in Greenland, on islands off the shore of Norway, on the northern coast of the former Soviet Union, and on the northern and northwestern coasts of Alaska in the United States. Physical Features The polar bear is one the largest members of the bear family....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Polar Bears

- Polar Bear is the name for a white bear found on the icy sea of the Arctic throughout the North Polar basin. Being the only bear considered being marine, it is longer than other bears and streamlined for aquatic life. It has the “plantigrade” feet (heel and sole touching the ground) which are typical in all bears, with five sharp, claws on each foot for grasping at the ice and holding its prey. Long hair between the pads protects the bear's feet from the cold and provides traction on the ice so he doesn’t slip....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Polar Bears

- Polar Bears Life Span It is believed that polar bears live an average of 15 to 18 years, though some bears have tagged in their early 30s. In some zoo’s bears have been known to live up to the mid 30s. There is only one individual bear that has been known to have lived up to the age of 40. Biologists believe that starvation is the leading cause of death for sub adult bears, which is probably the reason that when bears are in captivity (a zoo) they live longer. Population Polar bears live in Russia, Alaska, and Canada to Greenland....   [tags: essays research papers]

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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 maritimus) 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 living space. The Polar ears have gotten close to 150 ft....   [tags: essays papers]

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Climate Change and Endagered Species

- What is the first marine mammal added to the endangered species list attributed primarily to climate change. As climate change melts the ice, it is projected that two thirds of polar bears will disappear by 2050. This drastic decline in the polar bear is occurring in our lifetime, which is but a miniscule fraction of the time polar bears have explored the vast Arctic seas (National Wildlife Federation, 2014). Unfortunately, that is the polar bear (Defenders of Wildlife, 2013). The climate change endangers the species, so much so that the animals have become one of the icons that conservationists use to illustrate the threat posed by climate change (The Huffington Post, 2014)....   [tags: polar bears, artic seas, sea ice]

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The Polar Bear

- Survival of the fittest serves to be true in all walks of society. When drawing attention to the animals on top of the food chain, it’s important to analyze what sets them apart from the rest. What is the edge they have on the competitors. What are their weaknesses. The animals that occupy the artic regions have learned to survive the furry of Mother Nature, but still must compete for survival with the top predator of the artic, the polar bear. Polar bears inhabit the circumpolar arctic regions....   [tags: wildlife, animals, food chain]

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The Dangers Facing the Polar Bear

- Everyone feels good drinking an ice cold Coca-Cola on a hot summer day. Except for Polar Bears, they seem to enjoy drinking them out in the Arctic where its booger freezing cold. Well at least that’s how the commercials tend to show it. Or is it that the Polar Bears are drinking an ice cold Coca-Cola because it’s too hot in the Arctic. Who knows. But one thing researchers do know is that the climate has changed, and Earth is getting warmer. The Polar Bear population has decreased drastically because of the increased warmth of the Earth and it is melting the sea ice in the Arctic Circle....   [tags: environmental, issues, endangered, species]

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Polar Bear: Threatened or Not?

- In recent decades, the global warming threat has captured the attention of the nation and the world. While the main focus began with concentrating on the effects this long-term natural crisis would have on the human population, select groups have worked to approach the topic in a manner that entails prevention in order to help other animal and plant species around the globe. One such organization is the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which has played a major role in the conservation of the polar bear species, one of the mammals most adversely affected by the recent climate changes....   [tags: Environmental Issues]

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An Animal to Save The World: The Polar Bear

- An observant over the past years show the sudden increase of polar bears being endangered. The polar bear is a meat-eating bear, which normally lives within the Arctic Circle, surrounding sea. Polar bears are threatened directly on how humans treat our earth and our environment involving Global warming and greenhouse gas emissions. A friendly environment helps saving the lives of Polar bears that are being harmed due to our actions. This problem may be solved through various ways by helping to find ways to slow down global warming and to help regulate oil and gas businesses from using certain type of harmful chemicals that harm the Polar Bears and decreasing the rate of hunting being used to...   [tags: endangered species, artic circle]

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Drastic Environmental and Polar Bear Change

- Polar bears are the kings and queens of the Arctic. They are on the top of the food chain and have no other predators, and there strong bodies and layers of fat and fur allow them to survive the harsh conditions of the Arctic. The Arctic is a large body of frozen water with layers of ice sheets and is filled with glaciers. The regional climate of the Arctic is mostly cold and freezing temperatures that range from -40 to -60 degrees Celsius in the winter to about a high of -10 degrees Celsius in the summer....   [tags: arctic, migration, food]

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Polar Bear Evolution Is a Continuing Story

- ... Polar bears will also eat beluga whales and walrus (Field Guide 2002). At times, they will even eat eggs, crabs and kelp (Milius 1994). The polar bear is strong enough to lift a beluga whale, several times its own weight, out of the water for a meal (Drew 1996). For typical meals though, a polar bear will hunt a seal by either stalking or ambushing the animal. When a polar bear sees or smells a seal, normally it will slowly stalk the seal. As it approaches the animal, the polar bear then sets out on a high-speed chase....   [tags: Arctic biology and fauna]

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Bears

- Bears “If you talk to the animals, they will talk to you, and you will know each other. If you do not talk to them, you will not know them, and what you do not know you will fear. What one fears, one destroys.” This was said by Chief Dan George and is common with many wild animals here in North America; one animal in particular, the bear. There are three different types of bears in North America: brown (or grizzly), polar, and black. The most common in the Northern Virginia area are black bears (Palmer & Lickley, 2001)....   [tags: Animals Wildlife Nature Essays]

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Global Sea-Level Rising: Polar Ice Caps

- The impact humans are having on mother Earth is increasing its effects with the rising of sea levels. Global warming is causing polar ice sheets to melt, which is a major cause of adding volume to our oceans. Furthermore, the troposphere thickens, due to greenhouse gases, increasing the amount of radioactive waves that causes the seawater to warm up, resulting in ocean expansion. Most climatologists are expecting a rise in oceans around the world to be between 1.5 and 5 ft by the end of this century.(Harkinson) Some members of our society feel that because climate change is not certain, they are not willing to make a difference to help....   [tags: Conservation ]

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The Effects Of Ice Melting On The World

- The GHGs simulate a blanket that covers the earth and keep the world warm. This protection is great for the mammals that have adapted and are comfortable being warm. Over the last couples hundred years, humans have seriously increases the level of GHGs of the world by one burning fossil fuels, oil and coal. This has rising the temperature in area the need to stay cold to support the cold weather animals. Other things are also causing the temperature to rise like deforestation. Cutting down an abundance of tree stop them from actually doing one of their jobs, this is soaking up some of the CO2....   [tags: Polar bear, Pinniped, Polar ice cap, Bear]

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How Is the Climate Influencing the Polar Ice Caps and How Has the Change with Polar Ice Caps Influenced the Global Climate?

- The planet we live in, the earth is a tiny composition in this huge universe. It has diversities ranging from highly variant temperature and pressure belts as well as various ecosystem types. One such remarkable feature of the earth is the polar ice caps. There are three major prominent features, the Antarctic ice on the South Pole, the Arctic ice on the North Pole and Greenland on the north between North America and Europe. Antarctica consist about 90 percent of the world's ice (and 70 percent of its fresh water)....   [tags: cmilate, melting, radiation, caps]

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Polar Bear

- SPECIES- Ursus Maritimus, 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 extending around the northern polar region....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Global Climate Crisis Should Pay A Visit At The Arctic

- “Those searching for unmistakable evidence of the global climate crisis should pay a visit to the Arctic. The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world. The average annual temperature in Barrow, at the northern-most tip of Alaska, has increased 4.5 degrees Fahrenheit in the last 50 years” (Noblin, n.d.). Polar bears have been threatened in the past by unregulated commercial and sports hunting in the 1960’s and 1970’s. They were being wiped out quickly with modern methods of hunting, including aircraft, and were facing a huge loss in their population....   [tags: Polar bear, Pinniped, Arctic shrinkage]

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Snow, Ashes and Bears

- “I’m going to die. I swear I’m going to freeze to death,” Quill, our melodramatic seven year old proclaims. My husband James sighs next to me. “You will not die, stop saying that. Keep moving, you’ll stay warm.” “Dad, what’s this?” Quill pokes something with the walking stick. “I’m still going to die.” Dani keeps trying to see Quill’s find which annoys her older brother. James has made it to the pile of snow. “Stop poking it and let me see.” “Is it bear poop. Dani, back off, this is man stuff.” Quill puts a cautionary arm across her path....   [tags: short story]

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The Consequences of the Economic Development of Polar and Sub-Polar Regions

- The Consequences of the Economic Development of Polar and Sub-Polar Regions Although indigenous populations established themselves centuries ago, polar and sub-polar regions of the Arctic and Antarctica have only fairly recently begun to develop. Originally classified as remote regions in the world, where the only activities, which took place, were small-scale fishing and hunting by locals in order to survive, they have become sources of great economic development and prosperity....   [tags: Papers]

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Poem on Goldilocks and the Three Bears

- When Goldilocks began to feel, That she would like a proper meal, She put on her gloves, her hat, her mac, And went to the shops to find a snack. Through the woods her short-cut went, Down a path that was long and bent. On her way she picked up flowers; It helped to pass away the hours. Then round the corner did she see, A house as pretty as could be, She stopped and stared, then tried to decide, Whether anyone was inside. The house was empty, the house was bare, Except for porridge, just lying there....   [tags: Goldilocks and the Three Bears, retellings,]

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Exploration Of The North Polar Cap

- As director of NASA astrobiology, I would send a life-seeking probe to Mars. More specifically, I would choose to land the probe near the north polar cap. The purpose of selecting Mars is because it is already known as the planet that most resembles Earth in terms of axial tilt and seasons, so if life were to be found anywhere in our solar system in our lifetime, it would have to be here. As for specifically choosing the north polar cap, the reasoning is that it has a lower elevation than the south polar cap and, therefore, it is warmer at this point on Mars....   [tags: Mars, Water, Polar ice cap, Ice]

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Article On Thin Ice by Susan McGrath

- On Thin Ice written by Susan McGrath explains the negative affects of global warming on polar bears. Green house gases being emitted into the atmosphere is causing the earth to become hotter. The ice that the polar bears live on continues to shrink because of rising temperatures. In 1979, there was approximately thirty percent more ice in the summer compared to now. Polar bears spend almost their entire life on the sea ice (McGrath). The only time that they go to land is to build maternal birthing dens....   [tags: negative affects of global warming]

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The Endangered Species Act

- The Endangered Species Act was established in 1973 to protect endangered species. Climate change, caused by anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, has serious consequences for many species, but it is a great concern for polar bears. Polar bear populations are susceptible to climate change, hunting, and habitat alteration. They are the world’s largest terrestrial carnivore and because of their strength polar bears are the symbol of the Arctic. Their physical characteristics make polar bears a perfect fit for the arctic....   [tags: Endangered Species]

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The Effects of Global Warming

- The effects of global warming have caused humans to open their eyes to the ecosystems’ vulnerability as well the inhabitants housed there. The cause of global warming can be attributed to greenhouse gases (Robinson et al 2009). Greenhouse gases present in the atmosphere allow the Earth to remain warm by providing a blanket like cover. However since the nineteenth century humans have caused an increase in the production of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere due to the growing oil and coal economy (Robinson et al 2009)....   [tags: ecosystems, greenhouse gases]

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The History of the Chicago Bears

- Not very many people know much about the Chicago Bears and what their past was like. They have also had a lot of good players. Examples are Harold Grange, Gale Sayers, and George Halas. But the most well known was Walter Payton. The Bears stadium was one of the oldest known until it was rebuilt. The Chicago Bears are one of the most well known football teams in the whole NFL. The Chicago Bears are a very well known team in history because of their history, there Hall of Fame players, and because of its stadium....   [tags: notorious American football teams]

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Humans' Impact on Grizzly Bears

- Nature, it is everywhere, everyone uses it. Quite often, however, people abuse it, such as with humans’ impact on grizzly bears. Grizzly bears are important to the environment because they have many useful purposes for the environment: “they provide an “umbrella” for the environment because they require such large home ranges.” (savethegreatbear.org/CAD/Grizzly.htm) The Grizzly Bear is extremely vulnerable to changes in its habitat and food cycle. This allows humans to detect small changes in the environment, just by watching this amazing species....   [tags: environmentalism, endangered species, extinction, ]

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The Movie ' The Bad News Bears '

- The film that I watched was called The Bad News Bears. When I watched this film years ago, as a young teen I just saw it as a story about two baseball teams. One team, the Yankees, that had a good coach and played exceptionally well together. The other team The Bad News Bears, was just that bad. The players appeared to be similar to that of a group of misfits. These were the kids that will usually were chosen last in their gym class or just about anything else pertaining to sports. The Yankees started off winning most of their games because that’s what they did, win....   [tags: Self-esteem, Motivation, Outline of self]

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Grizzly Bears in North America

- Grizzly Bears in North America Introduction The Grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) has long been considered to be the symbol of the wild. They are beautiful, powerful and at the same time vulnerable animals. They are known to survive in remote areas not inhabited by humans. The Grizzly was once able to occupy most of the land from northern Mexico to Alaska and most places in between. With a disappearing natural habitat and one of the lowest reproduction rate of any mammal in North America the Grizzly bear has seen population number fall dramatically....   [tags: bear, mammals, animals, ursus arctos]

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Summary : ' Bears Grape '

- Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi or more commonly simply Uva-ursi, known in Latin as "Bears Grape" due to bears inclinations towards eating the plant it grows on, is a leaf taken from a particularly sturdy winter evergreen shrub(Drugs.com, 2009). This herb has been known and utilized since the 2nd century as an effective UTI neutralizer. It is taken as an herbal supplement that has few contraindications with the exception of those with ineffective or inadequate urinary system function, as well as women who are pregnant or breastfeeding....   [tags: Kidney, Urine, Urinary tract infection]

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The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears

- Dinaw Mengestu’s novel The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears is a story about an immigrant from Ethiopia named Sepha Stephanos that discovers the freedoms he travels to the United States for are not easily accessible and that sometimes you can lose yourself trying to figure out who you are. The passage that most clearly represents this notion comes as Stephanos is reflecting at the end of the novel, he says: “What was it my father used to say. A bird stuck between two branches gets bitten on both wings....   [tags: Family, Interpersonal relationship, Future, World]

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The Melting Of The Polar Ice Caps

- Around the world, there are numerous issues. At least once in every country’s history, there is an outbreak of war, disease, and immigration disputes. All over the world, environmental thoughts lay at the back of the people 's minds. The environment is one of the few world problems that everyone, everywhere agrees is an issue that needs to be solved. Certain environmental issues seem to take predominance over other all of the other world issues. The melting of the polar ice caps seem to be one of the top environmental problems that is in need of a solution....   [tags: Global warming, Climate change, Climate]

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Global Warming On The Polar Regions

- Global Warming in the Polar Regions Ice cores and other evidence of climate conditions in the past provide evidence that rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are associated with the rising of global temperatures. Human activities, primarily the burning of fossil fuels and the clearing of forests have increased the amounts of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane in the atmosphere (Union of Concerned Scientists). Since the beginning of the industrial revolution the atmospheric greenhouse gases have increased by an average of about 35% and the average temperature has risen about 0.6 celsius (Live Science)....   [tags: Climate, Climate change, Global warming]

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Young Teachers Are Polar Opposites

- When compared, younger and old teachers are polar opposites. While experienced teacher, who have years under their belt, are not usually accustomed to the technological age, younger teachers have been educated with modern technology, and can use that to their advantage in the classroom. Younger teachers have grown up in a technological age and can adapt to the constant upgrade in technology. Experienced teachers, on the other hand, have a harder time learning how to operate all the new gadgets schools are getting....   [tags: Teacher, Education, Substitute teacher, School]

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Two Bears: A Play

- Act 1 Scene 1 (Daybreak begins as the sun creeps into the Yosemite National Park. Spring has shown exceptional weather this year with sunny days and few rain showers coming in. Today is just like any other day for the wildlife that may dwell in this expanse of woodland.) (Willis the Bear finally comes out of hiding under his make shift house made up of timber and tree branches. The life of an American Black Bear is refreshing and relaxing. Looking for food and water, Willis starts his journey off to the river with his hunger for Pink Salmon) Willis: (Speaking to himself and yawning) Feels so good to just wake up to such a beautiful day....   [tags: Bobcats, Wild]

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The Bi-Polar World Order

- Under the ruins of the World War II (WWII), a new world order was beginning to appear. The old and weak European powers, were devastated from the war, and could no longer hold the world on its shoulders. Subsequently, new superpowers had to take over the control; they were the USSR and the USA. Soon after the end of WWII, new international tensions became apparent after the break of the Grand Alliance (Taylor, 1993, p. 49). The disagreements between the new superpowers grew to a point where the Cold War became a fact....   [tags: Political Science]

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Da Bears

- We are the Bears Shufflin' Crew Shufflin' on down, doin' it for you. These lyrics will be remembered forever as will the team that sang them, the 1985 Chicago Bears. The '85 Bears were a dominating force, that had unique style of play as well as team chemistry. Although the 1985 Chicago Bears did not have a perfect season like the 1972 Miami Dolphins, they are considered by many the greatest NFL team off all-time due to the quality of their offense, defense, coaching staff and owners, and playbook....   [tags: Professional Sports]

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Polar Derivative Formulas

- Introduction to study about polar derivative formulas: * In calculus, differentiation is the process of finding the derivative which means measuring how a function changes with respect to its input. The derivative of y with respect to x is given by [(dy)/(dx)] . * Polar coordinate is a two dimensional coordinate system and it is defined by x = rcos θ, y = rsin θ. To find the derivative [(dy)/(dx)] for polar coordinates, we can use the following formula. Polar derivative formula: Study about polar derivative formulas In this article, we are going to see few example and practice problems which help you to study about polar derivative f...   [tags: Mathematics]

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Reader Response Criticism of "All Bears"

- When an audience reads a piece of literature, the author is often not over their shoulder interpreting the text as he or she meant it to come across. The readers are usually equipped with their own previous knowledge, as well as society biases based on his or her previous life experiences. Solely from the use of these tools, as well as the reader’s vocabulary, will a reader interpret the words in front of him or her. Reader Response Criticism argues this very point. The point of any piece should be subjective, as in, it should give everyone the right to explore their own interpretations rather than seek ones that some other nameless face has published....   [tags: Poetry Analysis]

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U.s. Foreign Policy Uni Polar

- U.S. Foreign Policy Uni-polar Versus Bi-polar (Cold war era) “The United States and the Soviet Union became the two superpowers of the post-World War II era. Each had its ideological mission (capitalist democracy versus communism), its network of alliances and clients, and its deadly arsenal of nuclear weapons” (Peevehouse). But with the disintegration of the Soviet Union the U.S. immerged as a unipolar state due to other competing states Japan and Germany economic decline. Whereas within the Cold War era the U.S....   [tags: World War II, United States, Cold War]

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Bears

- Traveling in bear country can be quite thrilling. Coming face to face with a bear would be terrifying. Most bear attacks can be avoided, but there is always a chance of encountering a bear. Although nothing is one hundred percent guaranteed effective, here are a list of some tips that might prove to be useful in a bear encounter. Be Alert in Bear Country . Always have Bear Deterrent Pepper Spray in its holster ready for immediate use. Don\'t bury it in your pack. . Be alert where recent bear activity has been documented by park officials: Fish and Game, Forest Service, and other Public Service people....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Chicago Bears and Cleveland Browns

- Cleveland has an intriguing option at guard now that the Bears have released Rex Tucker, brother of Browns right tackle Ryan Tucker. The Browns don’t have a pressing need after adding veterans Joe Andruzzi and Cosey Coleman in free agency, but guard has been a chronic problem for the franchise, and overall line depth is poor. “We would entertain going to Cleveland,” Rex Tucker’s agent, Joe Coletta, told The Repository on Tuesday. “There have been no discussions. “Ryan and Rex are very close. You look at Rex, you see Ryan....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Introduction to Online Stress Function Polar Coordinates Tutor

- Introduction to online stress function polar coordinates tutor: The stress polar coordinate system can be a 2-dimensional coordinate system. Stress in polar coordinates in which every point over a line or plane should be found out by between the distances from a fixed point to an angle from a fixed direction. Stress is the indispensable part of polar coordinates. The Displacements and stresses must be autonomous of angular location (θ) and there can be no twist (v θ must be zero)....   [tags: Physics]

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Investigation of the Polar Dinosaur

- Investigation of the Polar Dinosaur Today we know through the evidence of fossils that dinosaur and other large reptiles once lived on every continent on earth. If you were a paleontologist in charge of finding fossils where would you look first. In the search for evidence the icy continent of Antarctica would be perhaps the last continent you would think to search. However, during the last twenty years a remarkable number of prehistoric fossils have been found in regions close to the South Pole....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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Who Bears the Burden of Proof in Tax Litigation

- Involved in federal civil tax litigation. Wondering who has the burden of proof in litigation. Burden of proof is the responsibility to prove the entries, deductions, or statements made on a taxpayer’s return. In order to deduct certain expenses they are substantiated by proof. When the burden of proof is on the taxpayer, the taxpayer keeps adequate records to prove their expenses or has sufficient evidence to support statements. Generally, documented evidence such as receipts, canceled checks, or bills is used to support expenses....   [tags: federal, civil, taxpayer, law, proof]

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Reading Groups, Tigers, Giraffes, Bears And Penguins

- The classroom I am in has 4 levels of reading groups, Tigers, Giraffes, Bears and Penguins. I started with the Tigers the highest level group. It’s a good thing I did because it gave me the chance to work out the kinks on a group that already had a basic grasp of the concept. I had the graphic organizers laid out and the pictures in baggies already waiting for them at their seats. After reading the story and asking my questions, I had them lay all the pictures out so they could clearly see them....   [tags: Writing, Reading, Word]

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Customer Satisfaction And The Service Quality A Company Bears

- Customer satisfaction has always been one of the key elements allowing determining the service quality a company bears to its customers So, companies need to measure, evaluate and come up with some strategies allowing continuing pleasing each of their customers As strategies, companies have to set the right expectations in the mind of its customers and deliver the set expectations. Non pleased clients are inclined to tell more to their friends about their bad experiences than telling about their good or satisfying experiences....   [tags: Geert Hofstede, Culture, Customer service, Power]

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Death Is Something No One Bears Power Control

- Death is something no one bears the power to control. Emily Dickinson does an extraordinary job at presenting death in many of her poems. Dickinson uses death as the central theme for many of her poems. Living next to the cemetery from a young age, it had a great influence on Dickinson and her incorporation of death and immortality in her poems. Emily Dickinson talks about death and the meaning of death in many of the poems give her readers an understanding of how darkness can be viewed. It is strange for a writer to talk about death as much as she does, however, it is presented very smoothly in her poems....   [tags: Death, Afterlife, Life, Reincarnation]

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Sleeping Bears Online Ebook Database Management Guide

- Sleeping Bears Online eBook Database Management Guide In the interview with Scharleen Berens, the information that was obtained we were able to build a database, after collecting the information required creating the database by identify the needs of the client. She was given recommendation on what type of naming conventions, indexing strategy, backup and recovery strategy, RAID configuration, SQL injection prevention strategy, and transaction management that would suit her Online eBook Store, in doing this with further research, trial and error, we were able to identify the elements needed to complete this project....   [tags: SQL, Database, RAID, Database transaction]

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Why China Bears Are Buying Chinese Stocks

- The first section involved the international financial markets. The international financial market is a worldwide marketplace, where buyers and sellers trade financial assets. These assets include, stocks, bonds and commodities. Due to technology, the international financial market has grown significantly throughout the world. Many factors can affect the bond market, such as inflation, short-term and long-term interest rates and government expectations. Other factors can affect the stock market as well, such as interest rates, economic outlook, inflation, political shock and government changes....   [tags: Stock, Stock market, Bank, Bond]

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The Article ' Smart Wind And Solar Polar ' By Kevin Bullis

- In the article “Smart Wind and Solar Polar” by Kevin Bullis, published in MIT’s Technology Review, there is a heavy reliance on technology and how the present and future will be shaped by its ever changing status. The mission of the journal, which is to “equip its audiences with the intelligence to understand a world shaped by technology,” states this thoroughly (#). Wind energy has seen advances in technology in recent years that has prompted further research into the area. With integrated technology systems in wind turbines and forecasting centers the subject of renewable energy is as heated as ever....   [tags: Wind power, Renewable energy, Wind farm]

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My Parents And Kids Seem Be Polar Opposites

- Parents and kids seem to be polar opposites. In my house, I have different views on certain topics than my parents. My parents were born in the 1970s and are part of the generation known as “Generation X”. I am from the generation known as “Generation Z” which includes people who were born in the late 1990s through 2010. There are days when my parents lecture me on a topic like Instagram, resulting in a fight. Differences in technology, culture, and education bring the large generation gaps within my family....   [tags: Generation Y, Cultural generations, Social media]

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Bears Beware

- In our world today many animals and plants are loosing their fight against human intervention in their once well-balanced ecosystem. We are all aware of the extinction of the dinosaurs and the dodo birds, however most people do not realize that annually thousands of species of our flora and fauna are now becoming extinct. This on going trend is increasingly threatening our bio diversity and global ecology. To give a specific example of animal depletion I will focus on Canadian bears. The following factors are responsible for their decline....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Polar Concepts

- <a href="http://www.geocities.com/vaksam/">Sam Vaknin's Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Foreign Affairs Web Sites The British philosopher Ryle attacked the sceptical point of view regarding right and wrong (=being in error). He said that if the concept of error is made use of – surely, there must be times that we are right. To him, it was impossible to conceive of the one without the other. He regarded “right” and “wrong” as polar concepts. One could not be understood without understanding the other....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Illegal Killing and Trafficking of Black Bears

- Illegal Killing and Trafficking of Black Bears The illegal killing and trafficking of animal parts has long been a global concern. With trading at an estimated 6 billion dollars annually, poaching has become the world’s second most profitable crime activity behind illegal drug trade. In its prevalence, poaching has driven many species to the point of extinction. Animals around the world are killed each day for their body parts. In Africa, elephant tusks are a valuable source of ivory used in jewelry....   [tags: Animals Ecology Environment Nature Essays]

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Tunes For Bears to Dance To by Robert Cormier

- Tunes For Bears to Dance To by Robert Cormier The theme for Tunes for Bears to Dance to by Robert Cormier is Friendship should matter in real life. Like when Henry has barely any relationship with his Dad. And when he befriends Mr. Levine a survivor. But when he is told to do something that is very terrible. He has to choose between selfishness and friendship. He has two choices. Destroy something one of his friend's possession, the survivor's home village, it is a wood replica of it....   [tags: Papers]

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The Possible Costs and Outcomes of Passion

- Passion is a word of spirit, heart, and the will to do something that a person truly loves. How far does passion drive someone. “Joe always knew that they way he lived and worked might someday be the death of him, but he wanted no other life” (James 239). There are many whose passions have been a lifelong ambition with great success and other whose passions have brought great success at the expense of their lives. Joe was a herpetologist that studied a variety of snakes, including venomous snakes, a dangerous line of work, work that he loved....   [tags: bears, success, war]

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Polar ice palace

- Polar Ice Palace What Bill needs to do is restructure the weekend and evening public skating sessions. Its is clear that he will be more profitable with public skating that hockey skating, and this is a numbers game. If he were to weave the hockey times with the public skating times he may find himself in a better position. For example, if he were to add an early morning hockey game in on Sundays and have open skating for the “kid-sitting” group in the afternoon, during the winter, this would be a solid investment....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Polar Opposites in the Novel Sense or Sensibility

- Polar Opposites in the Novel Sense or Sensibility Polar opposites. Night and day. Hot and cold. These are just some adjectives and nouns that are on opposite sides of the spectrum. The words are perfect ways of contrasting the characters of Marianne and Elinor in the novel Sense and Sensibility. Sense, defined as the ability to be aware of things around her describes Elinor. She is the calm, quiet and collective sister, who makes decisions based on practicality. Sensibility, or the trait of being affected by changes in surroundings fits Marianne....   [tags: Papers]

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Types of Animals According to Diet

- Animals are a living organism that typically having specialized sense organs and nervous system and able to respond rapidly to stimuli (Animal, n.d.). Animals typically move, in one way or another and to feed on other living organisms (Animal, n.d.). In general, animal can be classified according to the type of food they eat, which is; carnivores, herbivores and omnivores (refer to Figure 1 in Appendix 1). The first type of animal according to the diet is a carnivore. Carnivores’ diets typically span the range of prey species they are able to kill and tend to be nested within one another (Justina, Kent, Robert, & Joel, 2005)....   [tags: carnivores, bears, herbivores, birds]

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Future Ice Age: An Explanation in Mr. Calvin's The Great Climate Flip Flop

- ... According to Calvin if we do not act now our climate will change drastically for the worse, and we could be seeing another ice age. Calvin states that massive amounts of water are being dumped into the ocean one way or the other. This is resulting in the currents changing which in turn is causing warmer waters that are melting the polar ice caps. I know you are probably still confused as to what all of this has to do with you. I implore you to pause and think about it. With warmer waters resulting in the ice melting this will cause a drastic rise in water levels....   [tags: climate, polar, greenhouse]

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Exploration of Climate Change, Feedback Loops, and The Polar Jet Stream

- Introduction “Climate change is real. It is human-caused. We’re seeing the effects now.” (Romm, 2014). Climate change is an important issue the public is aware of, but do not see how their individual responses can have an impact on such a large global issue. Changing people’s temporal habits and attitudes about climate change will be a challenge. As the impacts of anthropogenic climate change are felt more often in our daily lives, people around the world will begin to adjust their temporal habits for greater sustainability of the natural environment we solely depend on for our survival....   [tags: gas emissions, natural enviornment]

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Love of Baseball in Milwaukee: the Cream Citys, Bears, Orioles, Braves and Brewers

- Abner Doubleday may not have known that his game would change people, cities, and an entire nation, but that happened to Milwaukee and the United States. Milwaukee’s “first” baseball game played in 1859, ended after three innings with a score of 40-35 (Mishler 1). Yet, that was only the beginning of Milwaukee’s love affair with baseball. Fans have cheered for Bears, Brewers and Braves, among others. Through thick and thin, Milwaukeeans have supported their heroes and the heroes have given it right back; this is the story of Milwaukee and its main love, baseball....   [tags: sports]

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An Envisioned Dystopia: How Our Society Bears Resemblance to Fahrenheit 451

- In today’s society, everyone seems to be looking down. No, it is not because they are in mourning or have seen a particularly interesting blade of grass. Instead, everyone has their necks craned downward towards their cell phones, Ipads, laptops, or other type of technology in their possession. Today technology is no longer just a tool, but a necessity to the average day citizen. People use it for everything, from finding directions to talking to their closest friends. In 1953, a man named Ray Bradbury wrote a novel that closely resembles this modern day society....   [tags: Ray Bradbury, story analysis]

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Real Madrid Cf And Barcelona Fc Symbolize Polar Opposite Ideas

- Real Madrid’s Playing Style As the history of Real Madrid CF and Barcelona FC symbolize polar opposite ideas, there playing style differ greatly. Real Madrid 's playing style is more attack minded. To be attack minded and be set well tactically a team must master the four-two-three-one formation. Madrid usually starts with Casillas in net. After the goalie there is a back line of three defenders: Carvajal as the right full back, Ramos and Pepe as the centre-backs, and Marcelo as left full back....   [tags: Real Madrid C.F., La Liga, FC Barcelona]

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The Impact Of Human On The Environment

- For my Environmental Outreach Report I learned about the impact of human’s on the environment in industrialized nations like the United States. The lecture I went to was entitled, “If Sustainability is the solution, what is the problem?” In the lecture we learned that humans must lessen the damage they put on the earth if they want it to be habitable for future generations. We also learned that the evidence that humans are harming the environment is the loss of biodiversity, air pollution, and the change in cold environments....   [tags: Earth, Global warming, Arctic Ocean]

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Global Warming: Humans Are Destroying the Planet

- Everyone knows that global warming is a serious environmental health problem with its effects reflecting on nature and all of mankind on Earth since the mid-twentieth century – emission of concentrated greenhouse gases, rise of sea levels, melting of polar ice caps, and increase in global surface air temperature. The rise in global surface air temperature causes frequent droughts in dry areas and accelerated ocean warming and hence the rapid increase in sea levels and melting of the polar ice caps....   [tags: Global Warming Essay]

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History and Renovation of Soldier Field

- Soldier Field is an attraction for thousands throughout the state of Illinois. Soldier Field was first built in 1924 as a multipurpose sport arena dedicated to war veterans. At the time it was known as Municipal Grant Park Stadium. Municipal Grant Park Stadium was home to many events before the Chicago Bears came to play in 1971. A controversial renovation was proposed in 1986. The cost would be over 660 million dollars. If renovated, Soldier Field would be stripped of its National Landmark Status....   [tags: Soldier Field, Chicago, Bears, historic,]

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The Effects Of Global Warming On Earth

- Many of the scientists believe that earth is getting hotter, and the average temperature of earth is increasing each year due to the excessive burning of fuels on earth. The idea that the earth’s temperature is increasing is called global warming, and humans are the main cause of it. In spite of this theory, many believe that there is no global warming because the surface temperature has not increased steadily, but documents and researches show that global warming is real, and it is endangering lives of the animals on the earth....   [tags: Global warming, Earth, Greenhouse gas]

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Global Warming Endangers the Lives of Grizzly Bears

- Global Warming Endangers the Lives of Grizzly Bears There are less then 1000 grizzly bears left in the lower 48 United States, around 400 of them live in Yellowstone National Park. These endangered, and beautiful bears, are threatened by many factors, most significantly the fragmentation of their habitat by roads. The latest threat to this species is the Global Warming trend that is threatening the White Bark Pine Tree, which is very important to the grizzly bear diet. Grizzly bears need to eat a great deal of fat in the fall in order to prepare for hibernation....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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Global Warming: The World’s Biggist Hoax

- Are we ruining the globe for our descendants; or are we finding a way to power our cars, lights, and homes. This is the question of global warming. I say this: global warming isn’t all it’s made out to be. There have been little, if any effects. We aren’t necessarily warming either. Although I know this for sure: WE ARE NOT THE CAUSE. To know what is going on, lets look at the big picture. Let’s start off at co2. Co2 has been helping us, and in no way is causing us any major problems. Co2 is a great airborne fertilizer, which as it’s concentration grows, causes additional plant growth, and causes plants to need less water....   [tags: Global Warming Essay]

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Naegleria Fowleri Reacting to Climate Change

- Climate change is causing Earth to readjust. The polar ice caps are melting, lakes are evaporating, droughts are occurring, and the planet is getting warmer as a whole. This is changing even the small things such as microbes. Microbes live in every nook and cranny of this planet. Some are beneficial to life, however many are pathogens causing disease resulting in loss of certain bodily functions or even life. Countless pathogens are being affected by climate change, but one particularly being affected is the N....   [tags: pathogen, lakes, pounds, polar ice]

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Bi-polar Depression

- I like to think of myself as psychologically healthy in most respects. There is no one part of my life that greatly out weighs any other. I have a history of mental instability’s, but I have worked through my problems in that area. I am in control of my emotions and the affect they have on my life and the lives of the people around me. Spiritually I believe I am healthier than many of my peers, but that is only because of my “religion”. Like everyone else, I have good days and bad days, but I think I manage my bad days very well comparatively, and I am able to enjoy my good days without difficulty....   [tags: Original Writing Personal Narrative]

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