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The Climatic Effect of the Smoke Released During the Gulf War in 1991 Environmental Studies Thesis
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Given the limited extent of exposure, what is the likelihood that chemical warfare nerve agents are a cause of long-term health problems among Gulf War veterans? Chemical warfare nerve agent exposure is a very unlikely cause of the postulated "Gulf War syndrome" or any illness among Gulf War veterans. Reviews of the literature indicate that long-term health effects from exposures do not occur unless there are symptoms following exposure.
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Causes of an Enhanced Greenhouse Effect Environmental Studies Report
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Warnings about the human generated causes of an enhanced greenhouse effect and the subsequent catastrophic outcomes have been sounded for over 100 years, global warming has only recently become an important political matter, at least in the U.S. President Bush, for the first time in his term of office, referred to the subject.
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Habitat Management Investigation Environmental Studies Case Study
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In winter/ spring 2001 a survey was carried out by the Rail Link Countryside Initiative in the ripple nature reserve by the wild London. The survey was carried out to check for the wildlife species of this very important metropolitan conservation site as it holds both national and international importance.
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Why We Face Food and Water Crisis Environmental Studies Coursework
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A case strongly advocated in the first part as a reason for the crisis is an increase in income levels. I find this reason very lame in many respects, against the backdrop that increased income levels and economic prosperity have not prevented people from starving across the world, a visible contravention of the tenets of democratic governance.
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The Main Causes and Effects of Global Warming Environmental Studies Essay
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The melting of glaciers and ice sheets is also believed to be a direct result of the increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. This causes thermal expansion and ocean acidification, which contribute to the warming of ocean surfaces that then lead to the rise in sea levels and inundation of low-lying areas (Emanuel, et al. 19).
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Quest for Energy and Environmental Destruction Environmental Studies Literature review
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A lot of concerns regarding the well being of society have risen. These concerns are either related to man-made havocs or some natural shifts in the ecological structure of the world. Mankind’s quest for energy is a major cause of this environmental destruction. This quest began early in the 19th century when the concept of industrialization arose in the 19th century and it was the era when the world was beginning to see a change.
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The Effects of Deforestation Environmental Studies Article
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The world’s forests are being destroyed for financial gain and the negative effects are becoming increasingly apparent.  Deforestation and other human activities are causing soil erosion on a massive scale which is decreasing the available land for crops and livestock as well as other wide-reaching consequences.   
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The Usefulness and Application of Ethical Egoism Environmental Studies Case Study
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Corporations are no exceptions since government pressure as well as the opinions of consumer groups can force them to be friendlier towards the environment. Of course human activities, as well as the actions taken by corporations, both have had a visible impact on our environment and this has been recognized by our government.
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Alternative Energy Resource: Biomass Environmental Studies Essay
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When these trees and plants perish the stored carbohydrates decay and are released as carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere. The process of using the energy thus released constitutes the biomass energy resource which is a form of renewable energy, as new trees and plants grow and replenish the resource in contrast to fossil fuels which are non-renewable (Biomass energy, 2009; Cruikshank, n.d).
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The Curse of Global Warming Environmental Studies Term Paper
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The author of the following paper states that in the last twenty years scientific knowledge has led to the understanding that anthropogenic, human-made actions were responsible for the changes in the global climate. Those changes are a consequence of the emission and accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
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Ways of Managing Climate Changes and Its Significance to the Nation Environmental Studies Case Study
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Decisions made by the populace to either stay with their valued properties or walk away to safer destinations depending on climate changes; sorely depends on the different understandings and beliefs towards the weather changes.Disciplines such as economics portray on quantitative fields like statics to explain various patterns of weather changes and future expected results.
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Global Warming: The Greenhouse Effect Environmental Studies Article
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World leaders and environmentalists alike have proclaimed the treaty as a vital step on the road to abating the potentially cataclysmic global warming problem.  Bush rejected the treaty because of economic concerns and his reservations regarding the scientific uncertainties of the greenhouse effect (Melinin, 2005) 
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The Foundation of a Strong and Healthy Rural Society in the UK Environmental Studies Case Study
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One is concerned in keeping the UK society well-fed and well-nourished through the food that is produced and made available in the market; another is that of the taking care of the environment, which includes wildlife or the endangered species found within the territories of UK and that of the physical environment of the UK itself. 
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A Detailed Management Plan In Cases of Natural Disasters Environmental Studies Essay
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People respond differently to emergencies and disasters depending on various factors which influence their behaviour. Organizations cannot solely rely on diverse reaction patterns of individuals in times of fire, medical emergencies, bomb threats or even natural disasters.
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Nature Conservation and Environmental Protection by the European Community and British Law Environmental Studies Literature review
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“Nature conservation has emerged as perhaps one of the most politically controversial areas of environmental regulation in which the interests of landowners have clashed dramatically with those of conservationists and animal rights campaigners.” Damage to habitat occurs from a number of sources. However, most damage is not caused deliberately though.  
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Photosynthesis Environmental Studies Research Paper
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It is clear from the experimental results that light and carbon-di-oxide are essential for the process of photosynthesis. The Sodium bicarbonate solution is a ready source of CO2 which was utilized by the pondweed in this experiment. An increase in the intensity of light by either increasing the wattage of the bulb or reducing the distance between the plant.
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Recycling in Denver Survey: A Quantitative Research of Public Awareness, Attitude, and Practices of Recycling Environmental Studies Coursework
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As was fairly predictable from the above results, awareness of recycling was much greater amongst the younger age groups than the older ones i.e. younger people are generally better informed of what can or cannot be recycled, and the justifications for recycling. There were no significant gender differences.
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Cold Region Fern House Temperature Control Environmental Studies Research Paper
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Protection from winds should be provided by surrounding structures or plantings. Good irrigation system and mulching practices allow ferns cope better with stresses in the environment. A permanent watering installation is desirable, allowing maintenance of humidity and delaying the drying process.
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Recycling Persuasive Environmental Studies Essay
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On the land, it’s not rare to come across huge by-product piles even on the roadsides, especially in densely populated areas. Even landfills are becoming less viable due to lack of land. The atmosphere is not spared either as air pollution causes visibility problems, depletion of the ozone layer, and respiratory diseases. This recycling persuasive essay will discuss recycling.
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Arguing For and Against Seal Hunting in Canada and around the World Environmental Studies Coursework
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Seal hunting is a commercial and traditional practice that has existed for thousands of years and shows no signs of stopping soon. As much as it is true that these seals are killed in such a way that may be inhumane and brutal to many, attention must also be paid to how other animals are killed for their products.
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The Leadership Visions of John Muir and Hugh Hammond Bennett Environmental Studies Case Study
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The comparative analysis is expected to reveal valuable insights into the contributions made by the two leaders towards the cause of environmental protection. It will, therefore, serve as a collection of the various achievements of these two great leaders and will provide guiding information for future researchers.
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Corporations which Generate Wealth through Development of Natural Gas Environmental Studies Term Paper
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“Saving the earth” does not imply the total elimination or non-use of oil, gas, and coal. In the first place, it is impossible to do. There is a reason why the slogan is ‘save’ the earth, and not ‘do not use’ the earth. But in using the earth resources like oil, gas, and coal; corporations must always remember to have caution and restraint.
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Sedimentary Rocks Environmental Studies Essay
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Sedimentary rocks cover more than two-thirds of the earth’s surface area”. They are the best archives of earth’s geographical and biological history as they store inside, fossils, and marks that indicate the differences in time in which they were formed.
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Environmental Taxes Regulation Environmental Studies Coursework
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The over-exploitation of non-renewable resources (oil, coal, natural gas) is resulting in the fast depletion of these resources. Environmental loss is becoming a growing concern for the world economy. This has resulted in bringing the environmental issues to the forefront of government policies. There are several policy instruments to combat environmental degradation, one of which is environmental taxes.
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Food and Drink in Society Environmental Studies Case Study
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A grain with long antiquity, rice has evolved over many millennia, with hundreds of varieties and countless uses. Rice can be used as a side dish, made into gluten and lactose-free milk, and used in its brown form as a heart-healthy source for weight management. The existence of rice has had nutritional, economic, and health implications across the world.
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Leisure and Tourism Impacts on the Environment Environmental Studies Essay
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One of the challenges in life is balancing antithetical forces to achieve an equilibrium. Majority of people from all walks of life are apprehensive to indulge in one particular activity and focus all their time, energy and resources on that. Work and play, for instance, need to be balanced to maximize the benefits people would derive from both.
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The Advancement at the Stringybark Creek Environmental Studies Report
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The purpose of this report is to cover aspects that need advancement at the existing site of Stringybark Creek at Lane Cove, which is part of the larger Lane Cove National Park. While the surrounding areas are highly developed with a significant residential population, this is limited to a National Park setting.
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The Coase Theorem and Its Relevance to the Control of Environmental Externalities Environmental Studies Coursework
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Coase's theorem has been stated by Coase Ronald in his article ‘The Problem of Social Cost’ (1960). In the above article, Coase proved that ‘a decentralized negotiation between the producers and the victims of damage enables them to spontaneously achieve a situation corresponding to an efficient allocation of the resources (efficiency thesis of the Coase theorem), 
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Geology, Anthropogenic Climate Change Environmental Studies Article
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In conclusion, anthropogenic factors are the major causes of climate change in the world today. Numerous human activities have resulted in global warming, reduction in precipitation, high temperature. The consequences of climatic changes are social and economical and result in human suffering in the long term.
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Analyzing the State of Air Pollution in the City of Doha Environmental Studies Research Proposal
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To ensure the research abides with ethics, permission shall be sought from all the relevant authorities while the interviewees will be informed well in advance to ensure that they give reliable information. In addition, all the information acquired from the Ministry of Environment and other sources shall be kept confidential.
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Compare and Contrast Cats and Dogs Environmental Studies Essay
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These two animals are different truly yet, besides having home hardly any similarities. Cats and dogs are the most famous animals when ordering pets. If you hand out polls about pets, you will discover that a few people will lean toward raising a cat a pet while others will be considered as dog sweethearts.
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The Importance of Trees Environmental Studies Essay
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The growth of any tree species is a long process that involves chemicals and water. The tree and other green plants need water and mineral salts which move from the roots to the leaves.
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Locally-Produced Energy Environmental Studies Essay
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To eradicate global warming and its bad effects, positive steps should be taken by every section of the society and industries, including the construction and property development industry. If global warming and its extensive but preventable damages are eradicated or even minimized, the world of tomorrow will be a better and safer place to live. So, construction industries have to play their part in saving the earth and its people.
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Challenges of Urban Geoscience: The Impact of the Nigerian Oil Industry on the Environment Environmental Studies Case Study
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The extraction process of oil has natural gas as a by-product. The oil industry in Nigeria produces about 3.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas annually. 2.5 billion cubic feet of the total annual gas production is flared; burned. The flared gas is about 70% of the total gas production of the industry.
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Impact of Petroluem Exploration, Extraction and Transport Environmental Studies Coursework
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Oil and gas exploration in areas that are ecologically sensitive have been a cause for concern regarding the potential environmental ramifications of production. Such concerns continue to emerge and extend.  Many of the technological advancements in oil and gas exploration technology aim at minimizing environmental degradation. 
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Nigeria: Public Health Implications of E-waste Dumping and Legal Efforts Environmental Studies Capstone Project
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Commodities and activities hitherto considered non-electronic are getting transformed into technology-linked categories. These changes have created a new kind of product range and along with that, a new kind of waste, namely, electronic waste. The cost involved in disposing of electronic waste prompts developed nations to use third world countries as their dumping yards of electronic waste.
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Security Politics and the Environment Environmental Studies Assignment
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It discusses why is it important to know how much climate changes occur naturally rather than as a result of human activity, is population distribution as a result of migration one of the main challenges to the world today, are the writings of Thomas Malthus still relevant to the debate on the limits of population and the idea that population growth is the main cause of the world’s problems today. 
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Animal Rights Environmental Studies Case Study
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Now is the time for human civilization to acknowledge the fact that animals also have a right to live a life that is free of pain and suffering. The humans need to set a limit to the extent and magnitude of pain they intend to inflict on the animals. Hence, animal testing must be totally banned as it inflicts great pain and suffering on the animals.
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Community Participation and Water Resource Management Environmental Studies Case Study
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In contemporary urban as well as rural societies, the empowerment of community members to participate in community development projects in order to ensure a sustainable provision of basic services, is considered essential. Basic services include infrastructure such as water supply, sanitation, health facilities and hospitals, education facilities such as schools and colleges, and adequate transportation services. According to Munier.
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The Gorgon Gas Project Environmental Studies Report
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Almost of all the articles analyzed, very few had outright usage of visible negative language. Very few articles were outright in saying that the sustainability plans will fail and aside from a small number of articles, most were informing the readers with information through which they could themselves deduce opinions.
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Environmental Impact Assessment in Australia - A Review of the Process Environmental Studies Coursework
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The first observable point with Australia’s EIA is the diversity of its process in its territories. This could mean two things: (1) Australia’s EIA process considers the particular needs of the territories, which is only consistent with the principle of flexibility; and (2) as observed also by the stakeholders, a “more strategic approach to assessment” is needed (EPA 2009, 6).
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DEFRA and Environmental Protection Environmental Studies Case Study
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Every day there is an increase in our needs, our changing lifestyle and other factors related to our luxurious life the main reasons behind these are environmental changes and contamination. So it is our responsibility to handle and tackle all these in such a way that our coming generations would able to have better-living place
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What Needs to Happen in Order to Fix or Slow Down Global Warming Environmental Studies Article
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There are many more solutions to the problem of global warming. Scientists have to conduct research to provide information about the expected climate change to governments and politicians, who can then formulate a joint international action plan. New technologies that can help ease the effects of climate change have to be developed.  
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CO2 Emissions Into the Atmosphere Environmental Studies Essay
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The increased greenhouse gas emissions have gained worldwide attention which prompted developed countries such as the United Kingdom to develop programs( such as CERT and warm front)  as well as implement policies that would address this concern. Moreover, fuel poverty has been a prevalent problem especially for those who are economically marginalized.
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The Effect of Human Activity on the Ecology of Long Island Sound Environmental Studies Coursework
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The event coincided with Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish Holiday of Trees. Seal Census Study With the help of volunteers, the Maritime Aquarium of Norwalk monitored an increasing number of seals at Smith Reef in Stamford. Together with SoundWaters, a nonprofit educational organization, the Aquarium recruited, trained, and deployed a team of volunteers.”
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Environment Protection Law in the European Union and Egypt Environmental Studies Coursework
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As such, this work will discuss the legislative initiatives engendered in the European Union and Egypt, in this regard. Egypt, as a Middle East nation, is beset with a considerable degree of faulty planning and lackluster implementation of its extant environmental, air, and water pollution in the EU and the Arab Republic of Egypt. 
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Ecological System Environmental Studies Essay
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The term ecosystem is derived from the phrase ecological system, which includes the organisms in a given area. It encompasses the interactions among the organisms, between the organisms, and the nonliving portion of the environment in a specific area under consideration. An ecosystem is an association of animals and plants with their surrounding non-living environment and all the interactions that each organism participates in.
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Global Warming: Causes and Effects Environmental Studies Article
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The issue of global warming is not a new one: as early as a century ago, it was noticed that global surface temperatures began to rise after more than 9 centuries of gradual decline. In 1896, Svante Arrhenius, one of the first climatologists, published an article in the journal Philosophical Transactions.
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The Contribution That Bottled Water Has on Climate Change Environmental Studies Essay
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People who drink bottled water typically do so because they feel they are gaining benefits from having access to a purer or more enhanced product than what they can receive through the tap, but in many cases, they are wrong.  The investigation has shown that several companies actually pull their water out of the public water supply or from ordinary community wells. 
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Pollution in the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Studies Essay
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The Chesapeake Bay is in critical condition and major changes need to be done to the entire watershed.  Whether these changes affect the watershed or not, we have put the Bay in its current position and it needs to be “saved”. Saving the Chesapeake Bay has a full guarantee to the boosting of the US economy from the perspectives of agriculture and commerce.
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