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Climate Change and National Security

- Climate change is quickly becoming the largest and most complex challenge facing the world today. A massive hurricane, devastating flood or a colossal earthquake has the potential to eradicate an entire country. As a result, the United States needs to have an action plan in place that establishes protocols for natural disasters that occur domestically and those that occur in nations worldwide. Instead of fighting terrorism, the US military may have to intervene in a water or food war between nations....   [tags: water supplies, temperature rise]

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Global Warming: The Gradual Rise in the Temperature of the Earth's Surface

- Global Warming Global warming is the gradual rise in the temperature of the earth's surface. The issue of global warming is multifaceted. Its effects could produce economic losses in some areas and benefit others. A small percentage of scientists, (generally in North America), will deny trends in the increase of earth's temperatures. Some will argue that increases in temperatures are not the result of human action, or that the increases will be negligible. There is no place in the public-policy debate to deny science, so these views will not be considered....   [tags: environmental issues, climate change]

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Investigating the Effect of Concentration on the Temperature Rise, Heat Evolved and Heat of Neutralization for the Reaction Between HCl and NaOH

- Investigating the Effect of Concentration on the Temperature Rise, Heat Evolved and Heat of Neutralization for the Reaction Between HCl and NaOH Neutralization is the special name given for the reaction between an acid and an alkali leading to the formation of water molecules and a salt. The reactions between basic oxides, or hydroxides, and acids are very important and are called neutralizations. Since the metallic ions and anions from the acid do not change, the essential reaction of neutralization is always the formation of non-ionized molecules of water from the hydroxide and hydrogen ions....   [tags: Papers]

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Global Warming Is The Rise Of The Earth 's Average Atmospheric Temperature

- Global warming is the rise in the earth’s average atmospheric temperature. When sunlight heats the ground surface, it releases most of the solar energy it has absorbed as infrared radiation. Then what is known as the “greenhouse effect” occurs, this is where the gases in the atmosphere absorb the re-radiated infrared radiation and the escape of these gases being released into space is prevented. As long as the composition of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere does not change, the heat in the atmosphere will remain constant by releasing the contained heat into space....   [tags: Global warming, Climate change, Greenhouse gas]

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The Effect Of Temperature On The Metabolic Rate Of An Animal At Rest Under Normal Conditions

- SANA MARRYUM METABOLISM IN ECTOTHERMS AND ENDOTHERMS; EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE BIO 207 SECTION 4SV3 DECEMBER 7, 2014 LAB INSTRUCTOR YIJING SHAN MARRYUM 02 INTRODUCTION All living organisms require energy to perform their daily life activities. This energy is obtained in the form of ATP by a number of chemical reactions that results in breakdown or building up of different molecules. The sum of all the enzyme-catalyzed reactions inside the body is termed as metabolism. All these reactions are very important in maintaining the physiological functions of the body....   [tags: Metabolism, Energy, Temperature]

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Effects Of The Global Temperature On The World

- The world is currently experiencing a rise in the global temperature. There has been a sharp increase in the amount of carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere because of industrialization and urbanization. The consequences of these practices are changes that are going to affect each individual living on this planet. The rise in global temperatures by a few degrees may not seem like much, but it will have drastic effects across the globe. Countries with environments that are not suited for a warmer temperature will suffer drastically....   [tags: Climate, Weather, Climate change, Carbon dioxide]

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The Earth 's Temperature Stability

- Global Warming The earth’s temperature stability is a vital factor in maintaining life for the living organisms. Just like a human’s body, the earth becomes hot or cold due to internal or external changes. Today, the global warming has become the main cause that many parties blame for the noticeable temperature rise of the planet earth. The simple identification of Global Warming is the gradual rise in the earth’s temperature and its oceans. The increased use of fossil fuel, natural gas, and coal burning around the world has produced Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Methane (CH4) gases in large amounts....   [tags: Carbon dioxide, Greenhouse gas, Methane]

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Temperature and climate variability

- Between 1979 and 2010, there has been a notable increase in temperature trends throughout the African continent. These temperature trends are measured with Microwave Sounding Units (MSU), Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) and the University of Alabama in Huntsville’s datasets. Africa is quite a unique continent as it straddles the equator, so the upper half of Africa is in the northern hemisphere, whilst the lower part of Africa is in the Southern Hemisphere. This has a direct effect on temperature and rainfall trends in Africa, this is apparent as the northern half of Africa is primarily arid, desert regions, whilst the southern part of Africa is made up of savannahs and rainforests....   [tags: africa, MSU,RSS]

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The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Reaction

- The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Reaction Aim-We is going to investigate how temperature effects the rate of reaction when we use a Magnesium Ribbon and dissolve it in Hydrochloric Acid. Different Variables-There are four different variables that effect the rate of reaction, surface area, concentration, temperature and catalysts. Here is some information on each variable with diagrams. How does surface area effect rate of reaction. In a substance the rate of reaction will be quicker if it has a large surface area....   [tags: Papers]

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The Effect of Temperature on Enzymes

- The Effect of Temperature on Enzymes Aim: To investigate the effect of temperature on the breakdown of starch by amylase, and to find the optimum temperature for the reaction. Research: Enzymes are proteins that control vital biological processes. They often act as biological catalysts. They are made in cells. A catalyst is a chemical substance which speeds up a reaction but does not get used up during it. One enzyme molecule may be used several times over. If starch is mixed with water it will break down very slowly into sugar, taking several years, however, in your saliva there is an enzyme called amylase which can break down starch to sugar in minutes or s...   [tags: Papers]

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Temperature Of Corn Syrup Yield A Higher Rate Of Fermentation

- Will an increase in temperature of corn syrup yield a higher rate of fermentation. This is the question, which served as the foundation to which this experiment was initially conducted. The hypothesis from which this experiment was constructed was an increase in the temperature of the water in which fermentation occurs, will increase the rate at which fermentation happens, due to the dependence on temperature. With a rise in temperature less activation energy is needed, thus the rate of fermentation will increase....   [tags: Metabolism, Energy, Carbon dioxide, Enzyme]

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The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of a Reaction

- The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of a Reaction Aim and Hypothesis The investigation that we have chosen to do is how the effect of temperature affects the rate of reaction of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen using the enzyme catalase. I predict that the higher the temperature the faster the rate of reaction will be and the more oxygen there will be given off....   [tags: Papers]

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The Effects Of Climate Change On The Earth 's Temperature

- Climate Change can result from both natural events and human activities. Some examples of natural causes of climate change are volcanic eruptions, ocean currents, solar variations, and earth’s orbital changes. Some examples of human activities are fossil fuels, warming of temperature due to industrialization, and deforestation of tropical rainforests. Factors of climate change can change and vary naturally over time. The issue of the fast increase in earth’s temperature over the past years is one of global importance and disputed origin....   [tags: Carbon dioxide, Earth, Global warming]

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Global Warming Has On The Rise

- In recent years global warming has been on the rise. The importance of this issue is so that we as a nation can be aware of the drastic changes which are occurring rapidly around the world. Although there isn 't one set resolution to solve climate change, we must continue to carry out ways to put it to a halt. Some of the ways I believe we can cut this crisis is to stop polluting the manufacturing of toxic gases which is filling our environment with smog. If we all put our ideas and opinions in ways to prevent some causes of climate change, the world in which we live will be a better place....   [tags: Global warming, Climate change, Carbon dioxide]

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The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Respiration in Yeast

- The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Respiration in Yeast Preliminary Experiment Aim To investigate the time it takes for the yeast in glucose suspension to reach the same temperature as the water it is placed in. Apparatus ========= · Stopwatch · Plastercine · 2 Thermometers · Ice Cream Tub · Kettle · Syringe Method ====== · First I will fill up the ice cream tub with water at one of the temperatures I would be using for the main experiment (80degrees will be tested) · Next I will check the temperature of the yeast in the syringe and record it....   [tags: Papers]

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The Effect of Temperature on the Action of Peroxidase Enzyme

- The Effect of Temperature on the Action of Peroxidase Enzyme Aim To find the effect of temperature on an enzyme in this case peroxidase, by studying it decomposing hydrogen peroxide. Planning I am measuring the amount of gas given off in the reaction. By collecting this figure I can determine the rate of reaction. If I know the rate of reaction I can find out what temperature peroxidase works best at. Equipment · Trough · Clamp · 100ml measuring cylinder · Stop clock · 10ml measuring cylinder · Delivery tubes · Bung · Conical flask Variables Change The temperature of the reactants: 60 50 40 30 20...   [tags: Papers]

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Effect of Temperature on Rate of Reaction of Catalase

- Effect of Temperature on Rate of Reaction of Catalase Introduction This investigation was in an attempt to try to find out how varying the temperature can affect an enzyme. The enzyme used was catalase which breaks down Hydrogen Peroxide, this gives off water and oxygen as effervescence. This effervescence is what is used to measure the reaction rate of the catalase. The optimal heat for enzyme activity is proven to be 37oC as anything above this denatures the enzyme. Denaturing is where the heat energy of breaks down the di-sulphide, ionic and hydrogen bonds that hold the tertiary structure together, this in turn changes the shape of the active site and so halts...   [tags: Papers]

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Investigating the Effect of Temperature on the Fermentation of Yeast

- Investigating the Effect of Temperature on the Fermentation of Yeast To fully investigate the effect of temperature on the rate of fermentation of yeast Background Information Yeast is a single-cell fungus, occurring in the soil and on plants, commonly used in the baking and alcohol industries. Every living thing requires energy to survive and through respiration, glucose is converted into energy. There are two types of respiration available to living cells are: 1....   [tags: Papers]

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The Sea Rise Levels

- Arianna Santana PIER PLEASURE_ Time for play. Ecological shifts are threatening billions of coastal residents around the world. Planet Earth is shifting severally. Temperatures are rising, glaciers are melting, hurricanes are growing stronger, and oceans are expanding and covering coasts at disturbing rates. Many people question the reason of sea rise levels. But it is not a myth, scientist have proven that the icebergs 1that sit on Greenland and Antarctica land are melting at a rapid rate. But unfortunately, that is not the biggest contributor to this problem....   [tags: Ocean, Water, Happiness, Global warming]

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The Effects of Climate Change: Agriculture and Livestock

- Climate change is one of the major issues surfacing earth over the past century. The earth’s temperature has increased over the years leading to detrimental effects on the economic and life sources of people, especially that of agricultural production and livestock. The Merriam-Webster online dictionary (2014), defined climate change as a change in global climate patterns apparent from the mid late 20th century. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, IPCC, (2007) predicts that by 2100 the increase in global average surface temperature may be between 1.8° C and 4.0° C....   [tags: Weather, Temperature]

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The Effect Of Ph And Temperature Amylase Activity From Fungal And Mammal

- pH and temperature amylase activity from fungal and mammal Introduction The first enzyme that was produced industrially is amylase from a fungal source in 1894, it was used to treat digestive disorders. Amylase are groups of enzyme that breaks down starch into sugar and starts the process of chemical digestion. Its primary function is to digest enzymes and its optimum pH is 7. Amylase is measured by mixing a substrate with a buffer and measuring the change of the mixture. The reason why we measure amylase is to assist in diagnosis of different diseases such as abdominal pain (Reynolds, 2009)....   [tags: Enzyme, PH, Enzymes, Starch]

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Global Temperature and Adaptation

- The global temperature fluctuates which causes changes in the environment. The environment changes all the time. Organisms have to either adjust to the changes or die out. This adjustment is called adaption. What is adaptation, what are the different kinds of adaptation, and what is phenotypic plasticity. When a line of creatures, over generations, change their genes so that they have a better chance of surviving in their environment and reproducing, the creatures are adapting. Evolution is the term for when so many adaptations have taken place that the creature that began the cycle is so different from its progeny that it would be incapable of reproducing with it (Wilreker, 2)....   [tags: adjustment, environment, changes]

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Climate Change and Sea Level Rise

- Anote Tong, President of the Republic of Kiribati, pleaded to the UN, “While the international community continues to point fingers at each other regarding responsibility for and leadership on the issue, our people continue to experience the impact of climate change and sea level rise.” There is too much talking and thinking going on, but not enough doing. The problem is that we think there is plenty of time to come up with the solution, but the destructive process has been underway for decades....   [tags: Anote Tong, Republic of Kiribati, United Nations]

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The Concept of Homeostasis Particularly in Relation to Temperature Control

- The Concept of Homeostasis Particularly in Relation to Temperature Control In complex organisms organs are united to form organ systems such as the digestive, reproductive, nervous and muscular systems. The fact that all of the organ systems generally work in a highly coordinated manner suggests strongly that organisms possess distinct physiological control mechanisms that make the coordination of such highly complex processes possible. One of the most interesting features of such control mechanisms is that they are built into the system to regulate it....   [tags: Papers]

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Investigating the Effects of Temperature on the Rate of Respiration of Blowfly Larvae

- Investigating the Effects of Temperature on the Rate of Respiration of Blowfly Larvae This experiment was setup to investigate the effects of temperature on the rate of respiration of blowfly larvae. Background Knowledge The maggots involved in this investigation were blowflies at the larval stage of development, and they breathe through spiracles in the anterior and posterior segments. The respiratory tracts are not as developed at this stage, as the organism is not capable of flight, and so it respires less oxygen than an adult blowfly....   [tags: Papers]

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The Effect Of Ph And Temperature On Embryo Development

- Effect of PH and Temperature on Embryo development 1.0 Objective The main objective of the study is to investigate effect of different PH and temperature on different stages of the development of embryo. 2.0 Introduction Lessening environmental stress forced upon gametes and embryos in the IVF laboratory is urgent in culture conditions and development. One environmental parameter of specific vitality is the external pH of culture media, which is one of environmental parameter of specific essentialness....   [tags: PH, Carbon dioxide, Bicarbonate, Cell culture]

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The Rise Of The World

- Throughout time historians have been interested in when and why things have happened and many of time to figure out these questions they have to look at the climate, different trade and technologies and the pursuit to discover the world. Having the feeling of needing to know everything is something that plays a large part in the Medieval time. Between 1200 and 1500 many changes were occurring in Europe. Some of the biggest were caused by climate, social problems and the Plague. Throughout Europe they were mainly used to the colder climate, but through this time it began to warm up and in many places very drastically different in temperature....   [tags: Black Death, Middle Ages, Western culture, Europe]

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The Zeroth And First Law Of Thermodynamics

- The Zeroth and First law of Thermodynamics The zeroth law, the first law, the second law and the third law of Thermodynamics are the four laws that govern the movement of heat between objects. The zeroth law of thermodynamics states that the temperature of two objects begins to change and after a certain amount of time the change stops at which point the objects are said to be in thermal equilibrium. Putting together two objects at different temperatures will cause the temperature of the hottest object to cool and the temperature of the cooler object will gain temperature making both object in thermal equilibrium....   [tags: Thermodynamics, Energy, Temperature, Heat]

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Questions On Symmetry Writing Exercise

- Symmetry Writing Exercise PARAGRAPH 1 FePO4 is recognizably different amongst all other α-quartz isotypes as its positively charged cation is representative of a transition metal. It is deliberated at varying thermal states of between 20.85 to 799.85 Degrees Celsius via neutron powder diffraction. At comparatively cooler states, the composition of α-quartz is assembled, of which is tetrahedral. At an immensely high pressure, a denser octahedral formation results, otherwise referred to as the β-phase....   [tags: Temperature, Celsius, Absolute zero]

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Global Warming or The Greenhouse Effect

- Global Warming, also known as the Greenhouse Effect, is the constant increasing temperature on earth that is mainly caused by gases and / or chemicals. Throughout society, the issue of global warming has received a lot of attention. Throughout history, there has been a lot of scientific evidence helping to proving global warming. Most of the evidence has been based on the effects of the rising temperature. One main piece of evidence is the global temperature rise. “The 20 warmest years having occurred since 1981 and with all 10 of the warmest years occurring in the past 12 years” (“Climate Change: How do we know?” 1)....   [tags: temperature, gases, chemicals, change]

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The Big Issue of Climate Change and Global Warming

- ... Yes, we should care if Earth is getting warmer. There are a lot of effects that global warming has on citizens in our world. Global warming affects agriculture, infrastructure, how we consume energy, cropping yields, food processing, transportation, storage, and the list goes on. Statistics say that within the next several hundred years the yield to just about every crop will decrease by up to 30%. Global warming doesn't just affect plant life- it also effects animals all around the world....   [tags: greenhouse gas, temperature, agriculture]

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Facts About The Solar System

- 1) Atmospheres a. A greenhouse gas is a gas, which absorbs the infrared radiation emitted out by a planet carrying energy away, but allows through the visible light carrying energy in from the Sun, such as carbon dioxide. (CO2, H2O, O3, CH4, CFCs). b. Because the Sun has a surface temperature of about 5,800 Kelvin, it emits most of its energy as visible light. Because the Earth has a much lower average surface temperature of about 288 Kelvin, it emits most of its energy as infrared light. Greenhouse gasses are transparent to visible light, but partially block infrared light....   [tags: sun, temperature, venus]

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Negative Effects of Global Warming on Planet Earth

- Global warming refers to the increasing temperature of the earth’s atmosphere due to rises in CO2 and other pollutants, collectively referred to as greenhouse gases. This increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases is leading to climate changes experienced world-wide. The warming of the earth’s atmosphere has resulted in the rise of water temperatures in oceans and seas. The coral reef ecosystem is highly sensitive to even the smallest of changes in temperature. As sea temperatures rise, the corals pass their thermal thresholds and enter a state of stress....   [tags: temperature, ocean levels, gases]

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Human Activities That Cause and Accelerate Climate Shift

- ... The average temperature of Earth’s surface is maintained by balance of various forms of solar and terrestrial radiation. The sum of solar radiation absorbed by the Earth is only a small fraction of total solar radiation that enters our atmosphere. “Approximately 30% of the incoming solar radiation is reflected back to space by clouds, the upper atmosphere, or reflective parts of the Earth’s surface. In order to maintain high temperature stability, Earth’s surface and atmosphere also must radiate the remaining 70% back to space according to the Stefan-Boltzmann law”(Britannica)....   [tags: climate, weather, temperature]

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The Effects of Global Warming

- Effects of global warming With the elevation in temperature, the temperature controlled balanced is disturbed. It has a deep impact on the water cycle, (Hydrologic cycle), promoted melting of glaciers, rise in sea level, increase in forest fires, increase in insect borne diseases, increase in diseases regarding temperature and alteration in severity of weather (YouTube). Sea level rise Warm temperature promotes the thermal expansions of water. Global warming promoted the thermal expansions of the sea water....   [tags: eleveted temperature, melting glaciers]

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The Threat Posed by Global Warming

- Global Warming Introduction The environmental situation in the world is worsening on a regular basis mostly due to the pollution caused by human-made activities. The global warming and climate change do not only affect people’s health and nature but also the economy forcing people to invent ways in order to reduce the negative impact of this natural catastrophe. This paper will describe the nature of global warming, as well as the basic causes and effects of this continuous rise of the Earth’s temperature and explain how people can stop this process contributing to the clean and safe planet not only for the present but also for the future generations....   [tags: changing ecosystems, earth's temperature]

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Global Warming and its Consequences

- The NOAA refers to “global warming” as an increase in Earth’s air temperatures near the surface. Each year a global average temperature is produce from thermometer readings all around the world. The recorded temperatures show that the Earth has warmed 1.5 degrees Fahrenheit. They have been recording temperatures from 1880 and these records showed the biggest increase since 1976. “Climate change” refers to a long term change in the environmental conditions for a place and a time. These conditions include temperature, rainfall, humidity, cloudiness, wind and air circulation patterns (National Climatic Data Center)....   [tags: Temperature, Climate, Environment]

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Global Warming: Human Activity vs. Natural Cycles

- Global warming has been a major concern and has greatly affected the environment around the world for years. Andrew Revkin stated in a New York Times article entitled “A Closer Look at Climate Panel’s Findings on Global Warming Impacts” that climate change throughout the 21st century will lead to increases in ill-health in many regions, as compared to a baseline without climate change. There have been a number of debates regarding this controversial topic, though most of the scientific community can recognize the existence of global warming....   [tags: greenhouse gases, environment, temperature]

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Human Activities Increase Greenhouse Gases

- ... Each greenhouse gas absorbs heat differently. Greenhouse gases let the visible and ultraviolet light in sunlight pass through Earth's atmosphere unconstrained to reach the Earth's surface. When sunlight strikes the Earth's surface, it is reflected back to the atmosphere as heat, and the greenhouse gases absorb this heat and it warms the planet. Without greenhouse gases, Earth's surface would average about 33 C° colder than the present average temperature (14 °C). Therefore, the "greenhouse effect" refers to the natural phenomenon that keeps the Earth in a temperature range that allows life to flourish....   [tags: warming, temperature, atmosphere]

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Why Do T And Tw Are Relevant For Determining Maximum Human Physiological Temperature Tolerance

- Why both T and Tw are relevant for determining maximum human physiological temperature tolerance and what happens to a human experiencing conditions at that extreme upper limit. T is the dry bulb temperature is normally known as the air temperature. Tw is the wet bulb temperature is, not commonly known, temperature indicated by a moistened thermometer bulb exposed to air to measure the water content in the air. T and Tw are relevant for determining maximum human physiological temperature tolerance because both are combined to measure the temperature (hot) and humidity in the air....   [tags: Carbon dioxide, Global warming, Carbon]

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Global Warming Is The Increase Of The Earth 's Overall Atmospheric Temperature Caused By Greenhouse Effect

- Dorian Carr 6 July 2016 English 12AA Senior project: Background paper Global warming is the increase of the earth’s overall atmospheric temperature caused by greenhouse effect. If you think of how humans have a core body temperature that rises maybe when you have a fever or are exercising that same thing goes for the earth in a way. So keeping that in mind global warming is like me or you being sick but on a planetary scale, at least that’s how I think of it. Earth is sick because of the simple things we do in our everyday life, a lot has to do with the fossil fuel we’ve been burning on a daily bases dating back to the industrial revolution....   [tags: Global warming, Carbon dioxide, Earth]

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Scientists and Global Warming

- Global warming is the term used for an unequivocal and continuing rise in the average temperature of the Earth's climate system. Since 1971, 53% of the people in the U.S. have viewed global warming as a serious concern. I am with the 47% of the people that do not see global warming as a concern. A ton of companies are "going green" and my theory is that they are just doing it for the money. I think it is just a scam. There has been no such evidence that global warming has been caused by human activities....   [tags: temperature, greenhouse effect]

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Investigation of the Factor that Affects the Change in Temperature Between Iron and Copper Sulphate

- Investigation of the Factor that Affects the Change in Temperature Between Iron and Copper Sulphate In this investigation I am going to investigate a factor that effects the change in temperature between copper sulphate solution and iron filings. The variable involved in this investigation are: · The volume of copper sulphate · The mass of iron filings added · Rise in temperature · Concentration of the copper sulphate In this in investigation my input variable that I am going to change will be the mass of iron filings that I will place into the copper sulphate solution to see how the change in mass effects the rise in temperature of the solution....   [tags: Papers]

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The Effects Of Global Carbon Emissions From Fossil Fuels On The Global Average Temperature Increase

- The commonly debated “greenhouse effect” refers to “the global-average temperature increase that has been observed over the last one hundred years or more” (Spencer). President Barack Obama addressed the issue as an effort to highlight its severity, "We have to all shoulder the responsibility for keeping the planet habitable, or we’re going to suffer the consequences – together” (Leader). The earth’s increasing atmospheric and oceanic temperatures result in climate changes due to cumulative amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere. As an outcome, researchers around the globe have established that the by-product of burning fossil fuels is the main culprit of the increasing tempera...   [tags: Fossil fuel, Carbon dioxide, Global warming]

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Causes of Global Warming

- Global warming is a common term used by scientists to describe a consistent rise in the Earth’s average temperature. It is easy to find articles about global warming in environment issue sections. Scientists inform us about the serious state of the Earth warming up, which can be considered one of the greatest nature challenges for the world in 21st century and also a huge threat to humanity. More than ever, this dramatic climate change is receiving special attention from the scientists and environmentalists, who are working out ways of handling the possible consequences....   [tags: earth temperature, environment issues]

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The Factors that Affect the Temperature Change Between Copper Sulphate and Iron Filings

- The Factors that Affect the Temperature Change Between Copper Sulphate and Iron Filings Aim The aim of this piece of coursework is toinvestigate the factors that affect the temperature change between Copper Sulphate and Iron filings. Affecting factors Ø The concentration of Copper Sulphate Solution (CuSO4) Ø The amount of Iron filings (Fe) used I have chosen to experiment using the 1st factor I will have to change the concentration of the Copper Sulphate Solution (CuSO4) Prediction I predict that the higher the concentration of CuSO4 the higher the concentration the higher the temperature rise....   [tags: Papers]

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Investigating Temperature Change when Different Volumes of Acid and Alkali are Mixed

- Investigating Temperature Change when Different Volumes of Acid and Alkali are Mixed Prediction ========== My prediction is that the biggest temperature change will be when there are equal amounts of H+ ions and OH-, this is because create an optimum mixture for the ions to neutralise each other. Apparatus ========= v Empty plastic yoghurt cup v thermometer v Hydrochloric Acid v Sodium Hydroxide v Two measuring cylinders [IMAGE] Diagram ======= [IMAGE] [IMAGE] 30ml³ Hydrochloric acid [IMAGE] [IMAGE]Thermometer [IMAGE][IMAGE] Measuring Cylinder [IMAGE] Plastic cup [IMAGE] [IMAGE] 30ml³ Sodium...   [tags: Papers]

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The Effect of the Enzyme Catalase on Hydrogen Peroxide When the Temperature is Changed

- The Effect of the Enzyme Catalase on Hydrogen Peroxide When the Temperature is Changed Plan: Chemical reactions take place in all living cells. All of these reactions are enzyme-driven. Some of these reactions produce by-products. One by-product is Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2). It is a poison and must be removed from the cells. The cell produces an enzyme called Catalase to break down the Hydrogen Peroxide into water and oxygen. This experiment will investigate the effect of temperature on the rate of the breaking down of Hydrogen Peroxide by Catalase....   [tags: Papers]

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Temperature's Effect on the Production of Oxygen From Yeast and Hydrogen Peroxide

- Temperature's Effect on the Production of Oxygen From Yeast and Hydrogen Peroxide Planning Aim --- My aim is to discover how temperature effects the production of oxygen from yeast and hydrogen peroxide. I will mix yeast with hydrogen peroxide and use an upturned measuring cylinder to measure how much oxygen is produced. To find out how much hydrogen peroxide and yeast I will use, I will carry out pre-tests....   [tags: Papers]

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Climate Change and The Rise in Sea Level

- "On a recent afternoon, Scott McKenzie watched torrential rains and a murky tide swallow the street outside his dog-grooming salon. Within minutes, much of this stretch of chic South Beach was flooded ankle-deep in a fetid mix of rain and sea. “Welcome to the new Venice,” McKenzie joked as salt water surged from the sewers." ----- Michael J. Mishak, Associated Press June 7, 2014 at 4:24 PM EDT According to the World Bank Development Report 2013 there has been an increase in global surface temperature of 0.4 to 0.9 Celsius (C) in the past 100 years....   [tags: Environment Environmental Pollution Preservation]

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Thermal Remediation Of Contaminated Soil And How Heat Plays A Vital Role On The Transport And Removal Of Contaminants

- 2. Methods This study was conducted by reviewing about 20 different papers related to thermal remediation of contaminated soil and how heat plays a vital role in the transport and removal of contaminants. Complete list is attached in the Reference section. EndNote was used as reference manager. Out of these a few specific papers (including but not limited to Stegemeier and Vinegar 2001, and Davis 1997) were chosen to provide better insight into the principles and theories involved. The University of Tennessee provides access to all its students to online peer reviewed journals and publications and allows them to download these papers at no cost....   [tags: Heat, Heat transfer, Temperature, Water]

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Internal Energy, Heat, Conduction, And Insulation

- My experiment has a lot to do with internal energy, temperature, heat, conduction, and insulation. The following information explains these words, and how they are involved in my project. This paper also describes the procedures that I took in the experiment, the results of the experiment, and how the results compare with my predictions.Everything is made up of either moving atoms or moving molecules. Because the molecules are always in motion, every object has internal energy. The speed of the atoms or molecules in an object affects its level of internal energy....   [tags: Heat, Heat transfer, Energy, Temperature]

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Is It Getting Warm In Here?

- As the earth continues to heat up, so does the debate on global warming. One of the sub-arguments of global warming concerns whether or not humans are at least partially to blame for the gradual increase in temperature of the earth. In this essay, I will display statistics and other information to demonstrate that human involvement has played a key role in causing such increases in surface temperature. To argue for this point of view effectively, this essay will cover the effects of global warming on land, water, and the atmosphere....   [tags: graadual temperature increase, global warming]

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Enzyme Catalyzed Reactions

- Introduction In todays laboratory exercise, one of the factors that affect the enzyme activity will be examined. All enzymes are proteins. The function of enzymes are to accelerate defined chemical reactions by alternating the rate of the reaction. They will not trigger a reaction to take place that would not occur naturally. Having a particular enzyme to catalyze each of the chemical reactions that take place in a living cell, total control of metabolism can be sustained by an organism. Catalase is an enzyme found in cellular organelles called peroxisomes....   [tags: temperature, substrate, proteins]

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Global Warming Is A Serious Problem

- As humans go about their daily activities, chances are most are not thinking about just how much they are impacting the planet. People take all our natural resources for granted, people abuse it, waste it, etc. Many people believe Global Warming exists, while many also do not. As someone who cares for the environment, I believe this is a very strong topic that needs discussion, because I am disgusted by the amount of litter scattered everywhere, those who idle their car engines, those who do not recycle, and even those who leave the water running when they brush their teeth....   [tags: Global warming, Climate change, Temperature]

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The Hot Topic Of Global Warming

- The Hot Topic of Global Warming    One of the biggest issues facing us right now is global warming. Its effects on animals and on agriculture are indeed frightening and the effects on the human population are even scarier. The facts about global warming are often debated in politics and the media. Unfortunately, even if we disagree about the causes, global warming effects are real, global and measurable. The causes are mainly from us, the human race and the effects on us will be even more severe.    Global warming is the result of increase in the earth 's average surface temperature due to greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane (Abdul.) These gases are required for the presence of...   [tags: Global warming, Climate change, Temperature]

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Rise and Fall of the Magan Civilization

- Rise and fall of the Magan civilization The transition of humanity from simple life which based on living in villages with small group of people in the Neolithic to establish city states and then civilizations from the Chalcolithic and the beginning of the Bronze Age ,was a tremendous leap in the history of humanity.This transition led people to improve their knowledge and promoted them to be more creative. Therefore, many inventions and discovers were known during this period such as discovering copper and bronze metal , developing cultivation methods , using potteries’ wheel , using sails in the boats,innovating wheels, which were used in transportation and using animals power(Menon,2...   [tags: World History]

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The Physics Of Heat Transfer

- Introduction Conduction, convection, and radiation are all types of heat transfer in which heat is transferred from a system to its surroundings. As humans, we are in the presence of, and manipulate these heat transfers all the time. Heat transfer is very important to our every day lives as we try to live in a world where the temperature outside is not comfortable and we want our food cooked. Some people go out of their way to get more radiation to get a tan, or use convection while siting in a sauna....   [tags: Heat, Heat transfer, Energy, Temperature]

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The Rise of Neolithic Social Complexity

- The rise of Neolithic social complexity has displayed prominent and severe elements of social complexity and inequality through evidence of material culture. In particular, archaeological studies and findings regarding the first emergence of agriculture pioneered by the Natufian community has been an intensely contested issue amongst scholars. On one hand, there were archaeologists conforming to the idea of cultural evolution suggesting the effects of Younger Dryas as the principal factor that independently resulted the Natufian cultural change towards sedentism during the sudden cold climatic event by uniformly domesticating animals and intensifying plant production across the Levant area (...   [tags: emmergence of agriculture, Nufian community]

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Effect of Temperature on an Enzyme in Hydgrogen Peroxide

- Effect of Temperature on an Enzyme in Hydgrogen Peroxide Introduction. The aim of this investigation is to find out how temperature affects the speed at which the enzyme,Catalase,works best in Hydrogen Peroxide.I hope to achieve reliable results that will confirm my predictions. I predict that:- · By increasing the temperature of the Hydrogen Peroxide,the Catalase will react faster. This is because the particles have more energy so they will move and react at a faster rate....   [tags: Papers]

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The Effect of Temperature on Anaerobic Respiration of Yeast

- The Effect of Temperature on Anaerobic Respiration of Yeast We wanted to find the effect of temperature on anaerobic respiration of yeast. We investigated how a mixture of yeast, water, sugar, and flour were affected. Diagram ======= Apparatus ========= 1g of yeast 0.5g of sugar 10g of flour 6 measuring cylinders - to put the sachets in and the 20cm3 of water Measuring cylinders to measure the water Thermometers - to keep the same temperature in the water baths Water baths - at 20ºC, 30ºC, 40ºC, 50ºC, 60ºC Hot air oven - at 70ºC Beakers - to use to put the yeast mixture in the cylinders....   [tags: Papers]

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The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Reaction of Yeast

- The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Reaction of Yeast Aim My aim is to view the effects of different temperatures on the rate of respiration of yeast in a glucose solution. I will do this by measuring the rate of which carbon dioxide is given off (CO2) by the yeast. Scientific knowledge ==================== From previous experiments I have learnt several things about yeast and enzymes. I have learnt that an enzyme is a natural catalyst, (something that speeds up the experiment without altering the out come.) Yeast is a fungus that is used in fermentation this is because it respires anaerobically and aerobically, the anaerobic respiration is the use...   [tags: Papers]

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Global Warming is Caused by Human Activities

- Nowadays, global warming is a term that is widely used by everyone; however most people do not know what it means. Global warming is a phenomenon for which the average temperature of the earth’s atmosphere and the oceans is increasing because of the high concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2). The rise in CO2 in the earth atmosphere has been observed since the industrial revolution began and it is projected to continue rising. According to America's Climate Choices "The average temperature of the Earth’s surface increased by about 1.4 °F (0.8 °C) over the past 100 years, with about 1.0 °F (0.6 °C) of this warming occurring over just the past three decades" (2011)....   [tags: environment, temperature]

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To investigate the temperature change in a displacement reaction between Copper Sulphate Solution and Zinc Powder

- To investigate the temperature change in a displacement reaction between Copper Sulphate Solution and Zinc Powder Preliminary Experiment: Correlating Magnesium Powder and Copper Sulphate Solution ========================================================= I will mix 4cm of Magnesium ribbon and 50cm³ of Copper Sulphate Solution into a polystyrene cup until I find a reaction. =============================================================== Prediction ========== The magnesium will displace the copper and the temperature will rise....   [tags: GCSE Chemistry Coursework Investigation]

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Investigating the Temperature Change in a Displacement Reaction between Copper Sulphate Solution and Zinc Powder

- Investigating the Temperature Change in a Displacement Reaction between Copper Sulphate Solution and Zinc Powder I will mix 4cm of Magnesium ribbon and 50cm³ of Copper Sulphate Solution into a polystyrene cup until I find a reaction. The magnesium will displace the copper and the temperature will rise. Magnesium + Copper Sulphate → Copper + Magnesium ------------------------------------------------ Mg + CuSO4 → Cu + MgSO4 Hypothesis ========== The Magnesium will displace the Copper and rise in temperature because it is more reactive and it is an exothermic reaction....   [tags: Papers]

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Naomi Klein : The Rise Of Disaster Capitalism

- Naomi Klein is a well-known Canadian Journalist that has written for The Rolling Stone, The Guardian, New York Times and many other well-known publishing companies. Naomi Klein is also a well-known writer of the books This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs The Climate (2014). This book debates about climate change and how it is not an issue that should be as ignored as it is. Fixing the issue will not only reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve conditions it will also help in economic ways (Klein 2014)....   [tags: Global warming, Greenhouse gas, Climate change]

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The Effect of Temperature on the Cell Membranes of Beetroot Cells

- The Effect of Temperature on the Cell Membranes of Beetroot Cells Apparatus ·Corer size 4 · White tile · A Beetroot · Automatic Water Bath · Segregated knife · A thermometer · Stopwatch Method: · First take the white tile and the corer. Then collect a cylinder of beetroot by pushing the corer into the beetroot and withdrawing it. The cylinder remains inside the corer- so push it out with the end of a pencil. · Collect 3 cylinders, and then cut them into 6 pieces of 3 cm with a segregated knife....   [tags: Papers]

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Reasons for Global Warming and What Can Be Done About It

- ... That being said, Earth’s last interglacial period was approximately 200 years ago, followed around 90 years later by a glacial period, and in the last 50 or so years entering another interglacial period. This cycle of glacial and interglacial periods follows the pattern of the past 1,000 years, with temperatures only rising about one degree. This pattern shows that there isn’t anything extraordinary about Earth’s current interglacial period. Also, in 1,000 AD Earth entered into what was later named the Medieval Warm Period....   [tags: greenhouse effect, climate, temperature]

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Human Causation of Global Warming is Baseless

- According to the American Heritage Dictionary of Sciences, global warming refers to continued surge in Earth’s atmospheric temperatures. These surges can be attributed to either man-made or pure natural occurrences. Proponents of global warming have for long believed that humans are the main reason increases in temperature around the globe is at an all-time high. These arguments are baseless as many scientific researchers have proven over time. Firstly, humans are blamed for engaging in activities that release more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere thereby depleting the ozone layer....   [tags: ozone, temperature, greenhouse]

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How Heat is Transfered to the Atmosphere

- Physics textbooks define heat as the transfer of energy between a system and environment as consequences of different temperatures between them. Heat can be classified into three different types, which are latent heat, specific heat and sensible heat. These three different types of heat energy can be transferred in various ways such as through conduction, convection and radiation. The transfer of heat energy is important as it ensures that proper distribution occurs. Latent heat is defined as the heat energy expended in changing the state of a body without raising its temperature, expressed in calories per gram (a modern dictionary of geography pg 149)....   [tags: convection, radiation, temperature]

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The Iceless Regime: A Brief Overview of the Melting Arctic and its Implications

- Background The science of paleoclimatology, studies the Earth’s climate millions of years into the past. Research is conducted in a variety of ways, including but not limited to, gathering data from geological records, tree rings, corals, fossils, sediments and ice cores. This data is evidence from the distant past, proving that rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are associated with increasing temperatures. Higher greenhouse gas concentration in the atmosphere leads to a change in the radiative forcing, which can ultimately lead to a change in temperature....   [tags: paleoclimatology, temperature, climate change]

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Permafrost Melting and its Potential Impact on Northern Canada

- Northern Canada, usually experiencing very low temperatures, are now receiving much warmer temperatures which has started to give rise to many issues. One of the main challenges facing Northern Canada due to the warmer weather is the melting of the Permafrost and the destruction that it is causing to both living and non-living organisms. The word ‘Permafrost’ refers to a ground that remains “at or below the freezing point for at least two consecutive years” (Bone, 52). In Canada, almost 76% of the land is occupied by the Arctic and Subarctic regions, which has a combination of continuous, discontinuous and sporadic permafrost (Bone, 52)....   [tags: environment, climate changes, temperature]

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The causes and effects of Global Warming

- The causes and effects of Global Warming The Earth has experienced considerable climate change for the last several centuries. There have been many explanations toward the main causes of the increased warming of the planet, but according to IPCC climate report: human impact is unequivocal. The recent weather events that Canada has experienced in Toronto and Calgary have proven Canada is at great risk from the climate change. A UN panel said it was more certain than ever that humans were the cause of global warming and they also predicted temperatures could rise from 0.3 to 4.8 degrees Celsius in this century....   [tags: climate change, temperature]

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Evidence that Global Warming is Occuring

- Throughout the last 650,000 years, the Earth has faced a change in its climate. There is evidence from the change in the Earth’s orbit and the extent of solar energy that it collects. It is because of Global Warming. Specifically, according to the chart below, carbon dioxide has never reached above 300 ppm for the last 650,000 years and currently as of the year 2013, we have exceeded that limit to almost 400 ppm (Evidence for Global Warming). What a drastic change. Another obvious answer that supports global warming is occurring is the increase in sea level, ocean temperatures, and humidity and the decrease in glaciers and snow cover....   [tags: fuels, sea levels, temperature]

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Types Of Modern Day Firefighting Nozzles

- Nozzles Used in Firefighting Modern day firefighting nozzles can be divided into three main types, smoothbore, fog, and broken stream. For arguments sake this paper will focus on the smoothbore and fog nozzles, as they are the most widely accepted to be used for direct fire attack, as opposed to the broken stream nozzle. Typically both types of nozzles have some type of control valve attached which allows the operator to start, stop or reduce the flow of water to the nozzle discharge. Smoothbore Nozzle The original nozzle used in the fire service was the smooth bore....   [tags: Water, Temperature, Stream, Firefighter]

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Patters of Atmospheric Heating and Circulation

- The global pattern of atmospheric heating and circulation is the high precipitation in the tropics which is produced by high rates of evaporation and subsequent concentration of water vapor in ascending air masses. Energy from the sun heats up earth but unfortunately it doesn’t distribute it evenly across the surface of the earth. The tropics receive more heat radiation than they produce the arctic or the polar region produce more radiation than they receive. The clouds formed in this way produce the heavy precipitation associated with the tropics....   [tags: precipitation, temperature, sunlight]

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The Future of Global Warming

- ... We are building massive levees to protect our coastlines. Floating towns and cities will be the future. After building a large amount of dams, it will be able to protect our continents, its our greatest challenge yet, earth under water. Philosophers have proven that New York in the 24th century, sea levels will rise up to 120 feet. If Antarctica contains over 90% of our planet’s ice, and with Greenland, it can rise up to 230 feet. Some people think that “sea levels rising” is just a myth, but is it....   [tags: antartica is melting, rising temperature]

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Geography: The State of Texas

- Situated in the south central part of the United States, Texas is the second largest state in the U.S. It is also the third fastest growing state and holds a number of the most populous cities in the nation [US Census,2013] and number one in the nation in producing greenhouse gasses [EPA, 2013]. Stress in water resources can be seen in rapidly populated and over populated areas, where the water demand is high and availability is limited. This is particularly magnified in Texas due to climate change....   [tags: temperature, topographic characteristics]

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The effect of temperature on the reaction between Sodium Thiosulphate (Na2S2O3) and Hydrochloric Acid (HCl)

- Investigating the effect of temperature on the reaction between Sodium Thiosulphate (Na2S2O3) and Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) Planning and Prediction Apparatus List Conical Flask 3 measuring cylinders Sodium Thiosulphate (Na2S2O3) Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) Thermometer Stop watch When sodium thiosulphate reacts with hydrochloric acid, the solution becomes opaque. I will investigate how the rate of this reaction is affected when the experiment is carried out at different temperatures. The reaction that occurs produces sulphur dioxide, water and sodium chloride....   [tags: GCSE Chemistry Coursework Investigation]

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The Effect Of Temperature On The Summer Winter And Winter

- As oil is evaporated, viscosity and oil density increases (Mishra and Kumar 2015) this can be seen from the values of viscosity for both the results for the summer and winter; the oil for the summer is more viscous than the crude weathered during the winter because of amount of volatile crude evaporated as seen in figures 15 and 25. Density for summer is less than the density for winter because more oil has been evaporated see figures 14 and 21. Dispersion of oil slick is dominant with high sea state conditions and low viscosity oils (Lehr 2001, Simecek-Beatty2010, Wang and Stout 2007)....   [tags: Water, Liquid, Petroleum, Oil spill]

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