Triangulation in Geometry
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A polyhedron is the -D version of the more general polytope, which can be defined in arbitrary dimension (Weisstein 2002). In algebraic topology, polyhedron is defined as a space that can be built from the simplexes by "gluing them together" along their faces.
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Report on photosynthesis lab
Report on photosynthesis lab Science Lab Report
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Our results indicate that apparent photosynthetic rate increases with temperature. We discuss the possible reasons for the observed pattern and discuss the implications that the relation may have for plant growth and productivity. Among several environmental variables, temperature has been known to strongly influence photosynthetic rate of plants (Blackman, 1905).
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Understanding Journal Content and Style
Understanding Journal Content and Style Science Essay
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As human beings, we also have our differences as well as our similarities. And in relation to human fatigue and performance, our reactions and/or tolerance to these two factors vary. What could be strenuous to other people may be all right to other people.
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Mathematical Tasks
Mathematical Tasks Science Math Problem
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These latter problems may be tricky and hard to conceptualize but with a clear basis and knowledge of different types of problems and techniques to apply, they can be solved easily. According to Chapter 2, task 2.2.1 on similarities and ratio, so many mathematical tasks can be developed and solved.
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Phenomenology
Phenomenology Science Essay
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Van der Zalm and Bergum (2000) reports that this trend, which started late in the 1970s and early 1980s, was a result of the growing dissatisfaction, among nursing researchers, with the prevalent scientific practices of the time. A closer examination of the philosophical basis of nursing and the relationships 'among philosophy, scientific methods and knowledge development in nursing' led to questioning of the adequacy of the prevalent quantitative research methodologies in effectively studying human life experiences, which is the core concern of the nursing profession (Van der Zalm and Bergum, 2000 p211).
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Volcano Probe
Volcano Probe Science Essay
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As one moves from the earth crust to the next level, the pressure and temperature increases. Temperature and pressure increases as one moves deeper into the earth's interior and it is as a result of this pressure and temperature increases that the lock surrounding the inner core of the earth is melted to form magma that then erupts on the earth surface inform of lava.
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Housing Market
Housing Market Science Essay
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Consequently, British households will benefit by a slight global warming. Because there are limited European studies conducted in this topic, comparisons are hard to find. Therefore, the results from this study can not be confirmed with certainty, or refused completely.
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Landscape Structure and Wildlife Patterns
Landscape Structure and Wildlife Patterns Science Essay
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It is helpful to understand where more species may be supported in such a landscape. This both identifies locations that may be worth defending from rapid disturbances and provides information that could be used to enhance the species diversity in other parts of the landscape.
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Descriptions of methods used to measure
Descriptions of methods used to measure Science Essay
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Doctors also use a pupilometer in their work, a special small instrument. The patient looks into what looks like a pair of binoculars while the doctor or technician looks in the other end. The instrument is adjusted such that lines seen by the examiner inside the instrument line up with the Purkinje images (reflections on the patient's cornea).
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The Effect Of Contingent Music To Premature Infants
The Effect Of Contingent Music To Premature Infants Science Essay
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At the time of the study, the infants' average post conception age was 35.5 weeks, and their average weight was 1747.3 g. A pacifier was fitted with a pressure transducer so that a sufficient suck activated frequency and duration signals as well as 10 seconds of recorded music consisting of lullabies sung by female vocalists.
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The Importance of Soil Ph
The Importance of Soil Ph Science Essay
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There are myriad plants that can only bloom in acidic conditions; hence it becomes very important for the soil to have ideal Ph for the growth of such plants. The Ph directly affects the nutrients that are very important in the growth of a plant and lastly some diseases crop up when the soil is acidic in other words when the soil is alkaline.
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Instrumentation in Human Bioscience
Instrumentation in Human Bioscience Science Essay
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An analysis of expirated air determines a subject's metabolism and overall cardio-pulmonary health. Though new technology has made these measurements easier to use by lesser-trained personnel and increased the level of accuracy, standard methods that have been in use for decades still are in widespread use.
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Waste Water Management
Waste Water Management Science Coursework
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The increasing presence of intractable and non-recyclable organic contaminants in waste water has emerged as a challenge for the conventional water treatment techniques. A need has risen to lay down alternate solutions that are able to deal with the non-biodegradable organic pollutants in waste water, especially coming from the petrochemical industry.
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Using models while teaching science
Using models while teaching science Science Essay
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Science proceeds through the construction and refinement of models, and learning in science entails developing understanding about natural phenomena by constructing models, as well as learning the process of developing and refining those models.
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Protein Misfolding Amyloid
Protein Misfolding Amyloid Science Lab Report
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Fig 1. Fluorescence intensities of a) tyrosine b)Tryptophan at and c) Thioflavin T at 25 0c and three different pH values. The fluorescence intensities for these three were measured at 303, 348, 482 nm respectively, in all the experiments. There was slight increase in Tryptophan fluorescence at pH 5.0 and 7.0.
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Aquaculture
Aquaculture Science Essay
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Carps followed Oysters in terms of production volume. Finfish comprises half of overall aquatic production; aqua plants comprise one-fourth of production and the rest is shrimps, crabs, mollusc and prawns. Carps, Oysters, cockles, freshwater fishes, prawns, Salmons, Mussels are some of the species with highest levels of production.
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Hot Springs of Glenwood Coloradotheir geological origin
Hot Springs of Glenwood Coloradotheir geological origin Science Essay
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But many are bubbling pools of mud or the most well known, geysers. Hot springs originate in different ways. They may form where there are active volcanic regions and the hot molten rock called magma lies near the surface of the earth. Surface water then trickles down through layers of rock until it is heated by the magma.
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Turnaround Management
Turnaround Management Science Book Report/Review
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The following matrix shows whether the elements were referenced, and if so, how effective that reference was: This article deals specifically with turnaround in the Petroleum Industry and proposes a generic turnaround process that can be customised by plants and/or companies that are similar in business, to suit their needs.
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Wageningen Imares
Wageningen Imares Science Essay
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The main cause for the decrease of marine sources is the harm for the environment done due to the exploitation of marine resources. The company can do the research on fresh water systems that results in sustainable development with environmentally friendly attitude.
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Ice
Ice Science Lab Report
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To perform the experiment we first numbered the four different medicine bottles. We then put 1 ounce of water in each bottle and placed each bottle in the freezer. Then we waited until the water in all the bottles froze and turned into ice. We then took out the bottles from the freezer and placed each one of them in a glass full of hot water.
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Energy Transfer and Thermodynamics
Energy Transfer and Thermodynamics Science Essay
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The first law states that energy cannot be created or destroyed but can be changed from one form of energy into another form of energy, there are a number of form of energy such as electric, heat and light, example we can transform electric energy into light energy using an electric bulb and electric energy is transformed into light and heat energy, therefore it is evident that we cannot destroy energy but we can transform energy into other forms.
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Cellular Microbiology
Cellular Microbiology Science Essay
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The importance of photosynthesis is deep seated in our lives with implications in energy production, agriculture, environmental control and health issues. The novel mechanism of conversion of light energy to chemical energy not only affects our life but also the life of the apparently most insignificant forms of organisms, like the coral animal that takes the help of this biochemical process to deposit calcium skeleton at a much faster rate in light than in darkness.
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Human biology
Human biology Science Essay
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This artificial cycle allows the medical staff to control or monitor the egg production, oocyte transfer, fertilization, etc. Figure 1 is an illustration of blood levels being monitored. Blood levels are monitored so that an excessive amount of hormones are not present during the fertilization period.
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Braided River System in South-Eastern Spain
Braided River System in South-Eastern Spain Science Essay
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The centre lies about 20 km from the provincial capital Almeria in a semi-arid region characterised by a mean annual precipitation of 218mm ranging from lowest 115mm to highest 431mm per annum (Prakash, 2005). The mean annual temperature is (Prakash, 2005).
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Econometrics formative assignment
Econometrics formative assignment Science Research Paper
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This is the Eviews Correlogram. "The column to the left of AC gives k, the number of time periods used to calculate k. The AC column gives k. The graph of k is shown by horizontal bars in the firstcolumn headed by "Autocorrelation". Positive k s are drawn to the right of the zero line.
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Climate change hastens population extinctions
Climate change hastens population extinctions Science Essay
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The study has evaluated two different sources against the population simulations in two different times. The results clearly indicated that the precipitation variability hindered the overlap of larvae and plants, increasing larval mortality. The study concluded that climate change accelerated the extinction of the butterfly species.
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Decomposition
Decomposition Science Lab Report
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2. Temperature: - saprophytes work faster at warmer temperature. If temperature is too high or too low saprophytes cannot grow and rate of decomposition is slow. Microbial activity generally predicted to increase rapidly up to a temperature of 30 degree C.
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Media Coverage of Climate Change
Media Coverage of Climate Change Science Essay
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One can take heed from the words of Maya Angelou, an American author, poet, performer, and civil rights activist, who comments on the state of present day societies' virtue: "Curious, but we have come to a place, a time, when virtue is no longer considered a virtue.
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English - Genetically Modified Foods
English - Genetically Modified Foods Science Essay
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Animals and plants are becoming genetically engineered, altered at the molecular level to enhance the production of food. These genetic manipulations can lead to larger plants and animals, shorter gestation periods, immunity from certain diseases and better climate adaptability.
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Circuits with Feedback
Circuits with Feedback Science Assignment
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Let we consider a non-inverting amplifier along with its block diagram as shown in fig. 1. Let the block labeled ‘A, represents the amplifier and its open loop gain and block ‘β, is the feedback path with ‘β, feed back ratio and let ‘Σ, be the summing junction with ‘vin, be input voltage and ‘ve, output voltage also called error voltage.
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Critical Review
Critical Review Science Essay
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The main purpose of critical review of literature is to develop a good understnding and insight into relevant previous research and the trend that have emerged.1 Critical Review is the foundation on which a research is build. There are various approaches to critical reviews: Deductive approach - In this approach we develop a theoretical and conceptual framework.
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Attentional Spotlights
Attentional Spotlights Science Essay
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Studies regarding the components of attention and perception have long been considered essential in understanding the human brain; parallel studies in other scientific fields have increased its consequence by identifying it as important factors in human evolution and development.
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Liver
Liver Science Essay
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These liver lobules number about 50,000 to 100,000 in human liver. They are of several millimeters in length and 0.8 to 2.0 mm in diameter. The lobule is found in a central vein, which empties into hepatic vein and then into the vena cava. The lobule itself is composed of many hepatic cellular plates.
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Memory
Memory Science Essay
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Human beings represent the highest point of evolution with regard to all types of memory; memory has also been demonstrated in almost all animals irrespective of whether they are vertebrate or invertebrate (1). In humans, the capacity to remember and recall things from memory varies from individual to individual.
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Qualitative Reserach
Qualitative Reserach Science Book Report/Review
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Yin's (1994) definition is employed as the basic one: "[case study is] an empirical enquiry that investigates a contemporary phenomenon within its real-life context, especially when the boundaries between phenomenon and context are not clearly evident' and it relies on multiple sources of evidence" (p.13).
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Cautic oda Solutions
Cautic oda Solutions Science Case Study
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Each cau'tic 'oda 'olution u'er i' re'pon'ible for de'ign and implementation of a 'torage and handling 'y'tem that i' 'uitable for it' individual facility. Dow manufacturing facilitie' and terminal' can deliver 50% cau'tic 'oda 'olution in a fleet of 'tainle'' 'teel or lined tank truck', in'ulated and lined tank car', barge', or marine ve''el'.
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Arabic writing system
Arabic writing system Science Essay
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in Palestine and Syria. It consisted of 22 consonant letters. The Arabic, Hebrew, and Phoenician alphabets were based on this model. Then, around 1000 B.C., the Phoenician alphabet was itself used as a model by the Greeks, who added letters for vowels. Greek in turn became the model for Etruscan (c.
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Level of processing model of memory
'Level of processing' model of memory Science Math Problem
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Thus, for example, if you tried to memorize a list of key revision words, repeating each word to yourself (a low level of processing), this would lead to poorer recall than if you tried to associate each key word with another word or a picture or a sound.
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Science on television and in film
Science on television and in film Science Essay
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The pseudo science and plain lack of common sense that can be seen on television, found in printed media, heard on the radio, or surfed on the Internet, confuse general public about science, how science is done, what are the main functions of science, who runs scientific progress.
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Archaeology - Neanderthals and Modern Humans
Archaeology - Neanderthals and Modern Humans Science Essay
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In one of the last lines of Wright's book, it is written that "Our species is an Ice Age Hunter, only half evolved towards intelligence, clever but seldom wise" (Wright 207-208). Wright claims that human evolution is pretty much the same although technology is adapting and has always been revolving with the times.
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Albert Einsteins Philadelphia Experiment
Albert Einstein's Philadelphia Experiment Science Essay
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Albert Einstein was the greatest Scientist ever, he made the prediction before the theories and experiments were done, he predicted many theories and conducted many experiments that were successful and are useful to us even now also. Einstein and some other scientist started the Philadelphia experiment but stopped working on it.
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Petroleum
Petroleum Science Lab Report
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Today, this decayed material can be recovered as petroleum by drilling and pumping. A distillation tower consists of trays (to hold condensates) and pipes to feed and evacuate fluids (Figure 1). When crude oil is heated at around 400oC, most of the compounds boil, and the vapours rise the column of the distillation tower.
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The Routines of Decision Making
The Routines of Decision Making Science Math Problem
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Any cost or benefit that does not differ between alternatives is irrelevant and can be ignored in a decision. The reduction in direct labor and variable overhead by 10% alongside with the reduction in direct material costs by 20% must outweigh the price of $10.50 per a pair of bindings.
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The Heart
The Heart Science Essay
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The heart of the newborn is derived from the primitive heart; after various embryonic dilatations and changes is finally composed of four chambers and four communicating valves. The right atrium receives venous blood from the entire body; the right ventricle receives blood from the right atrium via the tricuspid valve; the left atrium receives oxygenated blood from the lungs via the pulmonary veins; the left ventricle receives blood from the left atrium through the mitral valve and pumps out blood to the aorta through the aortic valve.
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Statistics: Regression with MINITAB
Statistics: Regression with MINITAB Science Research Paper
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The basis of this can be proving by using the regression analysis, this study shows the relationship of the rent of land to the other factors, based on the data provided. The Analysis of relationship between the fertilizer and the variety of corn in farm land will be analyzed by using one way ANOVA test.
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Context and Discourse
Context and Discourse Science Essay
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For some in the technical world, context is seen as "the whole situation relevant to an application and its set of users" (Dey, 3). This includes all the information available that can be used to define or circumscribe a given situation in which a user is involved with an application (4).
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Conjunctiva Pathology and Treatment
Conjunctiva Pathology and Treatment Science Essay
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Ocular (topical) decongestants: These medicines reduce redness by constricting small blood vessels in the eye. They are not recommended for long-term use. Using these drops for more than a few days can actually worsen symptoms. Ocular (topical) steroids: may be used as a last resort alternative to relieve the symptoms of conjunctivitis.
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Nature verses Nurture Debate: Is Criminal Behavior Inherited or Made
Nature verses Nurture Debate: Is Criminal Behavior Inherited or Made Science Essay
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The factors can show us what part we might play in making sure our offspring are prepared to take advantage of the unlocking. Thus, it is up to us to make sure that our children are ready for the chance and planned events of placement in particular environments. These ideas have risen and been advanced by the human genome project 
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Spaces and Subjects of Modernity Modern Cities, Entertainment and Las Vegas
Spaces and Subjects of Modernity Modern Cities, Entertainment and Las Vegas Science Essay
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It is closely associated to the ethical realm of norms and values. The concrete, spatial transgression of boundaries (between the house, the garden, the street, the country and the city, as well as between inner and outer space) found in the above, often symbolizes a transgression of conventional gender norms.
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The current state of coastal process research and the drivers for the future
The current state of coastal process research and the drivers for the future Science Essay
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This paper is concerned with coastal systems and the state of current and future research regarding coastal processes. Coastal process can be defined as anything concerning the coast. This is a complex system that encompasses the ocean, the beach and even the sand and stones of these areas.
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