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Ethics of Whaling

Ethics of Whaling

Ethics of Whaling. In search of the right thing to do. History of Antarctic Whaling. Should Whaling Be Banned?. Answer has several dimensions: economic cultural scientific moral Our discussion will be limited to moral arguments. Ethical Inquiry. “Seeking the right thing to do.”

By sherlock_clovis
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Maritime and Regional Policies 2007-2013

Maritime and Regional Policies 2007-2013

Maritime and Regional Policies 2007-2013. Patrick Bernard-Brunet European Commission Directorate-General for Regional Policy OPEN DAYS 2006 Committee of the Regions – 12 October 2006. Structure of the speech:. (1) EU Cohesion Policy: objectives & priorities

By medwin
(324 views)

A secret history of the observed surface temperature record Phil Jones CRU, UEA

A secret history of the observed surface temperature record Phil Jones CRU, UEA

A secret history of the observed surface temperature record Phil Jones CRU, UEA. Developing the Global Temperature Record Terrestrial and Marine components Biases Boulder, June 2009. Earliest work – late 1970s and early 1980s.

By ping
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Ethics of Whaling

Ethics of Whaling

Ethics of Whaling. In search of the right thing to do. History of Antarctic Whaling. Should Whaling Be Banned?. Answer has several dimensions: economic cultural scientific moral Our discussion will be limited to moral arguments. Ethical Inquiry. “Seeking the right thing to do.”

By Mia_John
(558 views)

Life in the Americas

Life in the Americas

Life in the Americas. Before: Skim and Scan Ch. 16 Sec. 2 and write a prediction. Chapter 16 Section 2 Questions. The Mayan people practiced a __________ type of government.

By yamka
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Inuit Kayak

Inuit Kayak

Inuit Kayak . Shaiya First Nations 12. What does it mean?. A kayak is a small, narrow human-powered boat that’s designed to be manually propelled by a double blade paddle. Kayak means “hunter’s boat” and it is perfect for hunting on water.

By rigg
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Trait Variations for Survival

Trait Variations for Survival

Trait Variations for Survival. By: Gregory Hunt. Fifth Grade Science Standard 5 – Students will understand that traits are passed from the parent to the offspring, and that the offspring may possess variations of these traits that may help or hinder survival in a given environment

By harry
(141 views)

The Arctic Fox By: Mun Leng (11)

The Arctic Fox By: Mun Leng (11)

The Arctic Fox By: Mun Leng (11). Diet In summer ,they eat rodents, birds and fish. In winter, they also eat the leftovers of a polar bear. When vegetables are available, they will also eat them. Habitat

By marc
(88 views)

SNOW GOOSE

SNOW GOOSE

SNOW GOOSE. SPECIES.

By aquene
(295 views)

Map Projections

Map Projections

Map Projections. Methods of presenting the curved surface of the Earth on a flat map. Are all Maps created equally? . Imagine trying to flatten out a globe; you would have to stretch it here, compress it there.

By ziva
(114 views)

Current Status of Canada’s Black Carbon Inventory

Current Status of Canada’s Black Carbon Inventory

Current Status of Canada’s Black Carbon Inventory. Rock Radovan, P.Eng. Sr. Program Engineer Greenhouse Gas Division Environment Canada. Canada’s BC Inventory. Prepared in 2010 assuming a 2006 base year Developed by staff in Greenhouse Gas Division with support from other groups within EC

By valora
(133 views)

By: Qian Yi Class:4/3

By: Qian Yi Class:4/3

Arctic Fox. By: Qian Yi Class:4/3. Introduction. The Arctic Fox al so known as the  P olar fox . The arctic fox has smaller, more rounded ears, a more rounded braincase, and a slightly shorter and broader muzzle than the red fox. Habitat.

By trevor
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Chemistry and Transport in the Lower Stratosphere

Chemistry and Transport in the Lower Stratosphere

Chemistry and Transport in the Lower Stratosphere Wuhu Feng 1 , Martyn Chipperfield 1 , Howard Roscoe 2 1. Institute for Atmospheric Science, School of the Environment, University of Leeds, U.K 2. British Antarctic Survey, Madingley Road, Cambridge, U.K. fengwh@env.leeds.ac.uk.

By basil
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Persistent Organic Pollutants (POP) in Bjørnøya snow, ice and fog

Persistent Organic Pollutants (POP) in Bjørnøya snow, ice and fog

Persistent Organic Pollutants (POP) in Bjørnøya snow, ice and fog. Roland Kallenborn Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), NO-2027 Kjeller Guttorm Christensen, Dennis Gregor Akvaplan-niva, NO-9296 Tromsø. Alpine and Arctic regions. Transport and deposition.

By beryl
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The Tundra at Rocky Mountain National Park

The Tundra at Rocky Mountain National Park

The Tundra at Rocky Mountain National Park. Presented by Megan Hope Geology 101. Defining a Tundra. Treeless area Permanently frozen subsoil Low-growing vegetation Generally found in arctic regions. Seeing the RMHP Tundra. Old Fall River Road cuts through area Open only during summer

By albany
(155 views)

The Arctic Fox

The Arctic Fox

The Arctic Fox. By Sharon Phu. Scientific Names. Alopex lagopus Vulpes lagopus. Habitat/Ecosystem. Arctic foxes live in the Arctic regions of Europe, Asia, & North America. Adaptations. A thick, deep, & white winter coat A good amount of body fat A body shape built to conserve heat

By nelly
(177 views)

Cultural and Natural Areas of North America

Cultural and Natural Areas of North America

Cultural and Natural Areas of North America. Physiography. Climate. Vegetation. Cultural and Natural Areas. Primary Subsistence Source. Principal Food Resource. Population Density. Cotton & Maize. Male vs. Female Participation in Food Production. Land Ownership. Post-Marital Residence.

By brasen
(153 views)

Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Contending with Isolation: ca. 1000-1200. Focus Questions. HOW DID geography influence the spread of culture and state-building in North America and Mesoamerica? WHY WAS the Indian Ocean so important for the spread of culture?

By lassie
(138 views)

SWONY OWLS!

SWONY OWLS!

SWONY OWLS!. BY: VERONICA. pictures!. here are some snowy owl links!.

By vernon-stein
(118 views)

Arctic Tern Sterna paradisaea

Arctic Tern Sterna paradisaea

Arctic Tern Sterna paradisaea. Terns are pelagic birds in that they spend nearly all their life at sea. Arctic Tern Sterna paradisaea. Flight / Migration– Arctic terns have the longest migration of any living thing on the planet as they travel from pole to pole each year.

By kadeem-head
(291 views)

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