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THE IMPACT OF DEER ON FOREST AND FOREST REGROWTH
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THis 7-page paper discusses the impact of deer (specifically, the white-tailed deer) on forest regeneration and growth. The paper discusses how misguided efforts of bringing back this species of deer from near extinction to its robust population of today is having a bad effect on U.S. forests. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: MTdeerfo.rtf

Can The Whales Be Saved?
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A 7 page paper discussing the environmental impact of whaling. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: Whaleenv.doc

International Whaling Issues
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This 3 page paper examines the issue of international whaling practices, the regulations, as well as the impact on several nations throughout the world. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Whaleint.doc

Killer Whales
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7 pages in length. The writer offers a comprehensive overview of the killer whale, including habitat, activity cycle, reproductive characteristics, unique adaptations and behaviors, social structure and threats to survival. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCwhale.doc

Orca Whales: An Overview of the Natural History of Killer Whales
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A 5 page discussion of killer whale migratory and predation patterns. Identifies three separate cultures of killer whales: resident, transient and pelagic. Discusses the behavioral and phylogenetic differences in each. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPorca.wps

The Makah Indian Whaling: Indigenous Right or Environmental Injustice
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A 9 page discussion of the importance of the whale hunt to traditional Makah culture. Discusses the history of whaling among the Makah and their voluntary abandonment of the practice in the early part of the twentieth century and their wish to resume the activity at present. Presents the possibility of future whaling as a very controversial one and one which divides not only environmentalist from the indigenous people but also the indigenous people themselves. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPmakah.wps

Whale Conservation
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A 12 page paper describing the plight of the whales at the hands of humans. The writer describes the history of whaling, why it is important to conserve whales, and other human threats to whales. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Whales.doc

Whaling/The Recent Controversy
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An 8 page research paper that examines the current controversy that has arisen over whaling. In recent years, some species of whales have been taken off the endangered species list, and this has, once more, caused a resurgence of interest in commercial whaling. The writer examines both sides of the volatile issue. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: 99whales.doc

The Decline of the Mule Deer in the Rocky Mountain West
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This 14-page-paper presents an in-depth discussion on the declining population of the mule deer in the Rocky Mountain West. It opens with a detailed description of the mule deer and moves into an explanation of the destruction of their natural habitat thereby depriving them of food. Further along in the paper there is a discussion about fire suppression and the use of pesticides which further depletes the deer food supply. The effect that illness also has on the population is explored with a conclusion that reviews the points made throughout the paper. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: CWmulder.wps

Jack London's 'The Call of The Wild' / Animal Rights
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A 7 page paper on the issue of wild versus domesticated animals in Jack London's novel. Comparing London's description of the treatment of Buck with contemporary articles on sled dogs, the paper argues that if it is impossible to fully domesticate a sled dog and treat him humanely because of the work they are required to perform and the life they are required to lead, then it would be better for all concerned not to domesticate them at all. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: London.wps


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