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The Environment and Japan:the Ashio Copper Mine
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8 pages. This interesting paper focuses on the impact of Tanako Shozo, Japan's first environmentalist, and the Ashio Copper Mine. In 1885 it was recognized that pollution from the mine had become widespread when people noticed thousands of fish in the Watarase River were dead because of water pollution. Additionally, sludge from the mine caused heavy flooding and the amount of metal pollution in the river depleted the rice production. Environmentalists such as Tanaka Shozo show us that while environmental laws are essential, there are still other ways to accomplish the many goals that still have to be attained. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: JGAshozo.wps

Controversy Over The Use Of Pesticides
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A 7 page research paper discussing the controversial issue of using pesticides including : what are pesticides, why they are used, and the effects of not using some sort of pest control on food production and the food industry. Bibliography is included.
Filename: Pesticid.wps

Housing Developments & Their Impact on Wetlands
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A 6 page overview of the various impacts that housing developments can have on wetlands and associated groundwaters. Discusses nutrient contributions, pesticide contributions and ground water overdraft. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Wethouse.doc

Pesticides / An Analysis Of Two Articles
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A 5 page paper analyzing two articles that deal with the question of whether or not we, as a planet, should use pesticides to meet the issue of world hunger. The two articles analyzed are 'Uncontrolled Pests or Adequate Food' by William R. Furtick and 'Will the Circle Be Unbroken' by David Weir and Constance Matthiessen. The main argument is that pesticides are not the only solution, and may not even be a real solution at all, to the complicated problem of world hunger. No additional sources cited.
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The Ineffectively of Existing Federal Pesticide Regulations
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A 3 page discussion of the ineffectively of pesticide regulations, particularly the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FFDCA). Discusses the importance of consistent world-wide regulation because of impacts to migratory species, effective monitoring, and the implementation of efforts to change public mindset about pesticides usage. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Ffdca.wps


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