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    the Atlantic ocean, and over 80% of this waste is plastic. Consequently, this plastic waste also gets onto our beaches, potentially closing them. Marine mammals get tangled in or ingest these plastics, causing them to die prematurely. Fish in the ocean absorb the chemicals that plastics release into the ocean, and humans eat these contaminated fish, obtaining pollution into the human food chain, too. The greatest ecological and environmental problem is plastic pollution in the Atlantic Ocean because

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    Swimming across the Atlantic Ocean Could you imagine swimming across the Atlantic Ocean? Well, you know who did, Fernilla Bluegrass. She was an amazing long distance swimmer. She could swim any distance, but one day she took on a bigger challenge. One day Fernilla got a call. She was asked to swim across the Atlantic Ocean. They knew if anyone could do this than it would be Fernilla. So she told them she would think about it. As time went on she had made up her mind. She was going to do it. She

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    The Bermuda Triangle is located off the South-Eastern coast of the United States and forms a triangular section in the Atlantic Ocean. Over the centuries, there were many planes and ships that suddenly vanished when sailing or flying over a specific part of the Atlantic Ocean. This place is known as the Bermuda Triangle, a mythical section of the Atlantic Ocean. There are many reasons as to why the sudden vanishing of ships and planes have been happening. Most of these reasons were theories from

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    Amelia Earhart was the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean by airplane in 1928. She was also the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean alone from Honolulu to California and from California to Mexico, nonstop. She was born in Atchison, Kansas in 1897 and spent her childhood riding horses. The world she was born into had made up its mind about how men and women should act. That did not stop her though from challenging herself and taking risks. Her parents gave her plenty of encouragement

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    “The St. Johns River Entering the Atlantic Ocean” painted by Hermann Herzog stands in American Art as the most ascetically illustrative picture inspired in the Florida coastline. Although, this German American artist settled in Pennsylvania, he painted primarily landscapes inspired in the areas he visited. He traveled and painted throughout Florida, Maine, California and the Northeast side of the country coast. Hermann Ottomar Herzog was a prominent artist born in Bremen, Germany in 1832.He was

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    Amelia Earhart: An Expedition across the Atlantic Ocean People have always been divided or classified into two simple categories, male or female. Many of them may have heard at some point in their lives the ongoing discussion of feminism, but not all have taken a deep look at what has been done and has happened for everybody to have reached such level that women like men are viewed in most and many ways equal. Amelia Earhart was a person that changed and proved the ability, responsibility, and equality

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    Newfoundland and Labrador's Cod Collapse

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    socio-cultural structure of Atlantic Canada. Among several species, northern cods performed one of the main sources of food for both populations from Atlantic Canada and Eastern European countries such as Spain, Portugal, France, and principally England (Higgins, Lifestyle of Fishers, 1600-1900, 2008). Over the years, as the world has evolved, fishing methods were improved as well, and, especially from the 20th century, several changes had forced the way the fishery was done in North Atlantic. As world population

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    trade was controlled by the Middle Eastern Traders. The desire for the goods from the Indian Ocean motivated Europeans to find alternative routes. Due to the fact that Europe was closer to the Atlantic than Middle Eastern trading posts, it was unavoidable that European ships would eventually discover the goods and the people of the New World. The discovery of the New World during the European’s Atlantic exploration was an event that not only changed the pre-modern world; it helped form the modern

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    In 1897, Amelia Earhart was born. Amelia Earhart became one of the most well-known women through her impacts in the developments of transportation and the development of the airplane. Although there are many people who made huge impacts throughout the history of the airplane, Amelia Earhart was one of the most recognized women in history for her impacts and achievements. While growing up, children are taught about history and their teachers try to cover the most significant people such as Benjamin

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    Amelia Earhart

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    Perhaps no name is as symbolic of aerospace achievement as the American aviator Amelia Earhart. She became the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean by air and the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean alone. She was also the first woman to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross. Her accomplishments as a pilot set standards for all fliers for years to come. Amelia Mary Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas, on July 24, 1897. She referred to herself as “AE”. She served during World War I as

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    Before empire In early Spanish history, Spain was ruled by the Moors who were for around 700 years. The Moors helped to developed agriculture more and they also helped to created irrigation, which did wonders for the Spanish agriculture because Spain is a hot country and they don’t have that much water. Many of systems and ideas that were set up by the Moors are still in use to today in Modern Spain. They remained in power for hundreds of years, without any resistance but it all began to fall apart

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    South Africa's Historical Complexity

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    apartheid. Given the fact that Cape Town is at the tip of continent of Africa, not only is the climate is very mild, similar to that of San Diego in the United States but it is actually bordered by two Oceans. On the left side of the city the Atlantic Ocean rests, and on the left hand side, the Indian Ocean. The temperatures between the two differ noticeable and this is even more shocking to believe because the distance between both coasts is within 5 driving minutes. As a result of this new system

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    Ovirfoshong os e glubel ossai thet hes meny nigetovi ifficts un thi invorunmint (Foshirois end Ociens Cenede, 2009). Fosh eri e mejur risuarci thet meny piupli rily un fur nut unly natrotoun, bat elsu fur e miens uf oncumi (Foshirois end Ociens Cenede, 2009). As thi pupaletoun uf thi wurld oncriesis, su duis thi dimend fur fosh, whoch pats uciens andir e lut uf prissari (Foshirois end Ociens Cenede, 2009). Dai tu edvencid foshong tichnulugois end iqaopmint, guong uat farthir ontu thi uciens end cetchong

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    Amelia Earhart; An American Woman Pilot Amelia Earhart was born July 24, 1897 in Atchison, Kansas and Disappeared July 2, 1937 on her travel trip across the Atlantic Ocean. Samuel Stanton Earhart and Amelia Otis Earhart were parents of Amelia, Amelia was 1 out of 2 kids. Until she was twelve she lived with her wealthy maternal grandparents, Alfred and Amelia Harres Otis, in Atchison, Kansas. Where she attended a private school, her summers were spent in Kansas City, Missouri, where her lawyer-father

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    The nonfiction novel, "A Night To Remember" by Walter Lord is about the well known disaster of the luxury cruise ship, the "Titanic". This story takes place on the ship and on its many decks while sailing along the Atlantic Ocean. Walter Lord wrote this book in 1955, but the famous collision occurred on April 14, 1912 at 11:40 P.M. In this novel the author, Walter Lord wants to show what happened at every moment on the colossal cruse liner. The novel does not only have one main character, but rather

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    The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway is a large body of water that is used by commercial and private shallow draft vessels. The waterways is maintains by the US Army Corps of Engineers for 1,088 miles between places like Norfolk, Virginia and Miami Florida. The AIWW is authorized to 12 feet deep and 90 feet wide through land cuts and 150 feet in open water areas (capca). The U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Albert Gallatin, submitted a comprehensive plan to bring the new nation together with roads and

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    region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where it has been reported a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Could this be just coincidence, or could something more mysterious be at work? The first written boundaries from an article by Vincent Gaddis in a 1964 magazine Argosy, where the tree vertices are identified as Miami, Florida peninsula: in San Juan, Puerto Rico; and in the mid-Atlantic island of Bermuda. The Name Bermuda Triangle

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    species, distributed in temperate to tropical environments, are currently recognized (Solé and Foldats 2003, Tronholm et al. 2010a, Guiry and Guiry 2014). In Mexico 19 species of Dictyota have been reported, twelve of which are present in the Mexican Atlantic region (Ortega et al. 2001, Mendoza-González et al. 2007, Cetz-Navarro et al. 2008, Pedroche et al. 2008). One of the most widely used characters to differentiate Dictyota species consist of the presence or absence of teeth or outgrowths from the

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    The effects of Sea-Surface Temperatures on North Atlantic Hurricanes Graphics missing Abstract: Is global warming causing an increase in the number or the intensity of hurricanes? This is a question that has been on many people’s minds the past several years. Many studies have been conducted to look at the potential effects of global warming on hurricanes. This review attempts to examine three studies that all compare past changes in sea-surface temperature with changes in hurricane numbers

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     Geographical considerations Catholic Theologians opposed the support of Columbus's plan as they said and stay on their situation that the earth was flat. In the period of Aristotle, Most Westerners that they are well-educated know that it is not flat, it is spherical. Who lived in the eighth century 4 BC who in Europe has studied on a large scale and venerations in middle ages. (Washington Irving's 1828) Ptolemy also based on ancient astronomy significantly which the Earth sphericty recognized

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