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Origin and Physical Characteristics of the Basin & Range Province in the United States
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A 5 page paper that provides a concise overview of the origin and major geological characteristics of the Basin and Range Province of the United States, and considers the implications of this information for understanding the geological development in the region. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Province.wps

Physical Features Of Mount St. Helens And Mount Etna
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This 6 page report discusses the physical features of Mount St. Helens in southwestern Washington State and compares it briefly with Mount Etna in Sicily. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Physfeat.wps

Piotr Alekseyevich Kropotkin’s “Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution”
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This 8 page report discusses the theories of Piotr Alekseyevich Kropotkin (1842-1941), a Russian geographer, social philosopher, and political anarchist. Kropotkin’s work and observations of the natural world convinced him that creatures survived when they supported one another but had to face an enormous amount of pain and dissension when they turned on one another. Such thinking flew in the face of the popularity of Social Darwinism and served as a significant philosophical contention. “Mutual Aid” was primarily written as a rebuttal to Thomas Huxley’s essay titled “The Struggle for Existence in Human Society.” Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: BWkropot.wps

Planet Hunters May Rival Indiana Jones.
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(5 pp) "Or it might have formed from a large burp of matter from its host star, or maybe a passing star just left a chunk of itself behind at some time in the past, "Marcy said. "It may even have moons around it, but I just don't know what to call it." Sounds like conversation from a discarded sci-fi novel, doesn't it? How about that is real conversation from January of this year (2001). Geoffrey Marcy of the University of California, at Berkeley, calls himself a "planet hunter." He and his team have located "something,"123 light-years from Earth, is indeed a planet, it would be the largest ever detected. This guy is so big we don't know what to call it," Marcy said. Bibliography lists 3 sources and 2 visuals of expoplanets.
Filename: BBplthtr.doc

Plate Tectonics
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A 5 page discussion of plate tectonics and the phenomenon's influence on the formation of the various features of the earth's topography such as the Himalayan Mountains. Emphasizes that the process is ongoing and that the mountains continue to grow to this day. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPhimala.wps

Plate Tectonics
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A 7 page paper discussing the theory of plate tectonics. Citing the works of various key theorists, the write describes how exploring plate tectonics helps us to better understand the validity of Continental Drift. Bibliography lists five sources.
Filename: Platet.wps

Positive Aspects Combining Nature and Technology
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5 pages. The introduction of bioengineering into the mainstream of science and technology has been nothing more than a natural progression. To be sure, there is a definite need for such advancement if humanity is to endure the climate changes that are affecting the very food crop upon which people depend. Additionally, the advantages of bioengineering within the medical industry have proven indispensable for its groundbreaking discoveries and applications with regard to sustaining health in the human body. There is no question that bioengineering represents mankind's ability to overcome some of nature's most ravaging aspects in order to continue -- and even enhance -- life as we have known it thus far. Without the influence of bioengineering, humanity's food supply and medical advances would suffer greatly. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAntrtc.wps

Prioritizing NASA Projects
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A 5 page paper weighing options in a hypothetical light. The assumption is that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has committed itself to expensive major programs in Mars exploration and in searching for and characterizing planetary systems near other stars. The program with the highest priority will be retained and the other will be suspended. The purpose here is to determine which program has the highest priority; the paper concludes that the Mars mission should be retained. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KS-NASAproj.wps

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