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Healthy Living and a More Sustainable Environment

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Audrey Zhang NWIW Internship 2019 July 2019 Abstract Numerous studies from a health or environmental standpoint have shown how the population can make changes to improve each field of studies’ respective issues. Combining results from several research studies, this paper shows how shifting one’s diet to include fewer animal products positively impacts both health and […]

Single Chamber MFC: Role of Extracellular Phosphate in Heavy Metal Precipitation

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Nathan M. Tidball Wilsonville High School 5/1/20 All test and data collection conducted at Wilsonville High School under Jim O’Connell Wilsonville, Oregon, USA Abstract MFC (Microbial Fuel Cells) take advantage of specific ion-producing exoelectrogenic bacteria (Geobacter sulfurreducens [G. Sulfurreducens]) which create conductive, current-producing, biofilms on carbon-based electrodes. The aim of this research is to explore […]

Airborne Microplastics: A Global Issue With Implications For Human Health

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Abstract Plastic production has increased significantly over the past few decades and has impacted the environment in a negative way. Plastic products have the ability to break down into smaller particles less than 5 mm in size, known as microplastics, which can accumulate in a variety of places such as food and water sources. Recently, […]

The Effect of Climate Change on the Distribution of Malaria in Africa

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  Abstract Malaria, an infectious disease transmitted by Anopheles mosquitoes, kills over 400,000 people each year. Of these 400,000 deaths, sixty-seven percent are children under the age of five [1]. The Anopheles mosquitoes can host five different species of malaria which infect humans [2]. This review mainly discusses the most lethal species, Plasmodium falciparum (P. […]

CORAL REEFS IN DANGER: THE THREATS, THE CONSEQUENCES, THE FUTURE

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BY: MADELEINE HSU ABSTRACT This article discusses coral reefs, the danger and threats they are facing, and how different marine animals and plants are being affected by factors like climate change, coastal development, and more.  This article also considers the possible restoration techniques used to rehabilitate coral reefs, as well as some of the governmental […]

Ocean Acidification (OA): How It Affects Shellfish

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ABSTRACT For decades evidence has shown that calcifying organisms such as several types of molluscs have been found to be vulnerable to the effects of Ocean Acidification (OA). The production of calcium carbonate which is the main component used by calcifying organisms to build their shells is predicted to decline, and with the addition of […]

The Effect of Temperature and Humidity on Covid-19 Infection Rate

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Abstract Since the COVID-19 was confirmed to have human-to-human transmissibility, it has become a severe global public health crisis. Since environmental factors such as temperature and humidity are critical factors affecting the transmission of other infectious diseases such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), the infection rate of viruses […]

Enhanced Bioremediation: Environmental Friendly Agar-based Fertilizers for Oil Clean Up

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Abstract Oil pollution in oceans is a major threat to the health of marine life and humans, as well as to coastal shores and groundwater supplies. Because the natural degradation of hydrocarbon chains found in spills is slow and anthropogenic catalysts pose environmental consequences to marine life, researchers have looked towards bioremediation, which uses natural […]

The Effect of Ion-Exchange Resins on the Removal of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

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By: Marina Karki : Abstract: The burning of fossil fuels releases millions of tons of carbon dioxide into the air every year creating a current atmospheric concentration of over 400 ppm [1]. This high concentration level leads to the melting of sea ice, ocean acidification and wide array of problems that go underly global climate […]

MITIGATION OF URBAN HEAT ISLANDS WITH CRYPTOGAMIC COVERS

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Abhinav Vetcha AP Research Mrs. Katie Upton May 27, 2018 Abstract The urban heat island effect occurs when temperatures in urban areas are higher than the temperatures of the surrounding environment. This effect can be caused by decreased vegetation levels, heat-trapping building arrangements, anthropogenic heat gain (due to heat produced by the high concentration of […]

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DNA Analysis of the Sucrose Synthase Enzyme in Genetically Modified and Heirloom Pisum sativum

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Abstract: The world’s changing demands for crops has resulted in the genetic modification of plants’ genotypes, to increase crop yield and resist invading bacteria. Sucrose synthase (SuSy) is an enzyme that synthesizes sucrose; sucrose is integral for plant growth and the formation of carbohydrates. Two varieties of pea plants, genetically modified Pisum sativum and heirloom […]

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Assessment of household dietary diversity levels and its relationship with coping strategies and having supply cards among a sample of inhabitants in rural villages in El Fayoum and Beni-Sueif Governorates in Egypt: A cross-sectional study.

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Yara H. Shahin*, Maha A. Shaaban, Mahmoud M. Sokkar Ainshams University: Abbasia, Cairo, Egypt. 1. Abstract Access to quality, safe, and nutritious food by achieving food security is fundamental to human existence and for establishing global health care and sustainability. Although awareness of the cruciality of food security has expanded greatly, it is important to […]

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A Novel Application of Deep Learning in a Robotic Arm for the Classification and Sorting of Recyclables

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Abstract Currently, the world disposes 1.3 billion tonnes of waste per year, with a projected increase to 2.2 billion tonnes by 2025 (World Bank, 2018). Out of the total waste produced in Canada, only around 27% is diverted. The other 73% end up in either landfills or incinerators, both of which increase pollution, while damaging […]

The Environmental Considerations of Tempe Town Lake

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Abstract Following the repair of the Tempe dam in 2010, Tempe Town Lake has faced significant environmental consequences that pose risks to the safety of Tempe locals. This research paper analyzes the different perspectives of bio-conservationists, hydrologists, public health officials, and Tempe residents to help formulate a prospective solution to effectively address the environmental concerns […]

Interdisciplinarity and the Periodic Table

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What does the Periodic Table have in common with Greta Thunberg, global Communism and Martian invasions? Celebrating 150 years of the development of the Periodic Table allows us to take a closer look at how related discoveries have changed the future. Apparently, the Periodic Table isn’t only used by chemists; it is appreciated by physicists […]

The Groundbreaking U.N. Biodiversity Report: 1 million Species at Risk

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On May 6, the United Nations (UN) released the largest report on the state of the planet’s biodiversity in 15 years. Research was compiled from more than 15,000 government and scientific reports by over 145 different authors from 50 countries.[1] The conclusions were startling. Scientists estimate that about 1 million species are threatened with extinction. […]

Aquatic Osteoporosis: Remediating the Emerging Problem of Lake Calcium Decline

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Abstract An emerging environmental issue of lake calcium decline is affecting soft water shield lakes in Canada, the United States of America, and Scandinavia. Following a legacy of acid rain during the 1970s and 1980s, the consequent low pH caused rapid leaching of calcium from lakes and soil. Although pH has stabilised due to emission […]