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Williamina Paton Stevens Fleming.
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(5 pp) In 1906, Mina Fleming was the first American woman elected to the Royal Astronomical Society. In 1907 she published a study of 222 variable stars she had discovered. A British astronomer made the following observation: "Many astronomers are deservedly proud to have discovered one...the discovery of 222...is an achievement bordering on the marvelous!" Bibliography lists 5 sources 1 visual.
Filename: BBflmngR.doc

“A Sand County Almanac”
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A five page paper which gives an account of Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac, looking at his perception of the relationship of human beings to the ecological web, the ways in which civilisation is destroying the wilderness areas of America, and the importance of adapting ethical structures to encompass respect for the land as well as human society. Bibliography lists 1 source
Filename: JLsandcounty.wps

“Earthquakes in Salvador and Seattle”
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A six page paper which compares the recent earthquakes in Salvador and Seattle, in terms of the resultant damage, collateral effects on the economy, and the measures which the respective countries had previously taken to alleviate the potential impact of natural disasters. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JLearthquakes.wps

“Kankakee Basin Projects”
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A five page paper which looks at the problems of water supply in the Kankakee basin region, in terms of the effect of pollution on local aquifers, the way in which dredging of the local marshlands has caused erosion and flooding, and the various projects which are being undertaken to restore the structure of the marshlands and thereby improve both the local ecological environment and the community. Bibliography lists 4 sources
Filename: JLKan.rtf

“Landscape architecture and geographical concepts”
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A five page paper which looks at the way in which landscape architecture has developed, how it comprises elements of the physical environment as well as socio-cultural factors, and how geographical concepts can be used to demonstrate and account for conflicts and events through dynamic mapping. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: JLgeog.wps

“Life’s Far-Flung Raw Materials” Scientific American, July 1999
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This 5 page report reviews the article published in the July, 1999, issue of Scientific American entitled “Life’s Far-Flung Raw Materials” by Max P. Bernstein, Scott A. Sandford and Louis J. Allamandola. The article considers the idea that life on Earth may owe its start to carbon-rich molecules that once floated in interstellar clouds, then fell to the early earth with comets and meteorites. As the planet cooled, the organics may have linked into amino acids and proteins. Bibliography lists one source (included).
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“Physical geography and human societies”
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A paper which considers the importance of particular geographical features and phenomena in relation to the way in which human beings interact with the environment, and the importance of geography as a scientific and sociological discipline in terms of the way it allows the study of social change in reference to the physical environment. Bibliography lists 5 sources
Filename: JL2Geog.rtf


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