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Deforestation Good Morning

Governments need start implementing legislations that would effectively prevent the continued practice of deforestation. Punishment should be given to offender. By this, there would be less people and companies that would take part in deforestation. Rain and dry forests should be declared as national properties and be turned into national parks to preserve the forests. Reforestation can solve deforestation too. Forests are replanted with trees. In years, the forests would be much alive again. Deforestation...

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Visit on Hill Station

everyday and enjoyed the sight of the hills. The place was simply wonderful and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there. We visited the Kamptee Falls, a picnic spot much frequented by foreigners. During our walks we were sometimes caught in a shower of rain. We got thoroughly drenched once or twice. After that we took the precaution of taking our duck-backs with us. They proved very helpful and we could keep out as long as we liked. We reserved our evenings for a stroll on the Mall Road It was of course...

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Origins of the Ocean

their leaves that is called transpiration, it goes into the air. The vapor in the air gets cold and changes back to liquid. This condensation creates clouds. When the clouds get so heavy from the condensation they release precipitation in the form of rain, hail, sleet or snow. This precipitation falls directly into the ocean and over the land, the water travels over and under the land and heads back to the streams, rivers and the ocean. And since we all need water to survive this is very important...

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changes back into liquid, forming clouds. This is called condensation. Precipitation: Precipitation occurs when so much water has condensed that the air cannot hold it anymore. The clouds get heavy and water falls back to the earth in the form of rain, hail, sleet or snow. Collection: When water falls back to earth as precipitation, it may fall back in the oceans, lakes or rivers or it may end up on land. When it ends up on land, it will either soak into the earth or become part of the “ground...

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Bottled Water Industry

these landfills and oceanic patches for close to a thousand years. As the plastics gradually degrade, chemicals leach into the soil and wind up in the water table. This acts as an entry point into the water cycle, where the chemicals manifest as acid rain, de-oxygenated water bodies, and other similar phenomenon. In addition, the plastic debris poses a risk to wild life. Finally, the industry is a sizeable part of the economy. The soft drink and ice industry in Canada (which includes bottled water)...

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A trip into ecosystems

1. How does acid rain affect the environment? To be able to realize the effects of acid rain you have to understand it first. Acid rain is caused by air pollution. You see when any type of fuel is burnt there is a large array of chemicals that are released into the environment and I’m not talking about the black soot you see coming out of cars or chimneys. No I’m talking about the even more harmful invisible gasses that react with water droplets in the clouds causing the rain from those clouds...

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Flood appears as a curse to the people who are directly affected by it. There are mainly two reasons that can create a flood: excessive rains and overflow of rivers. Rain is wel¬come for the growth of crops and cooling down the atmos¬phere, especially after the hot summer. But excessive rains spoil the harvest, and sometimes with the accumulated rain water, the tanks are overflowed and fields and roads remain under water, and even water enters the courtyard or drowns the ground floors of human habitations...

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The Rainy Day Analysis

waits for it to be over. _The Rainy Day_ includes numerous examples of poetic terms. The poet uses imager on line 12 when he says "Behind the clouds is the sun still shining." It puts into our heads an image of the sun soaring high above the dark rain clouds below. He uses rhyme with the words "wall/fall" (4/5). These two words correspond in sound. The poet also uses a good example of satire. When he writes "Be still sad heart! and cease repining/Thy fate is the common fate of all" (12/13) he makes...

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Environmental Issues

agricultural purposes can also be a cause of Air Pollution. Air Pollution can cause many heart and lung disorders like Bronchitis, Lung Cancer and diseases of the like. • Acid Rain- Acid rain is caused by the numerous acidic pollutants, which have potential to damage earth’s environment in a drastic way. Acid rain is caused due to the presence of chemicals like Sulfur Dioxide and Nitrogen Oxides in the atmosphere. These chemicals are introduced in the atmosphere as a result of the industrial...

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Macbeth Research Water

saying, “When shall we meet again? In thunder, lightning or in rain?”(Shakespeare 1.1.1-2). This suggests pathetic fallacy is used through the weather and foreshadows a devastating event to occur in the play. However, rain is used completely different in Macbeth as it is used in Life of Pi. In Macbeth, rain is viewed to be gloomy and dark, also to be known as a sign that foreshadowed bad things were to come. Whereas in Life of Pi, rain was taken as joy because whenever it rained, it opened up an opportunity...

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