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Mealworms
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8 pages in length. The writer provides biological background, hypothesis and experiment suggestion as they relate to mealworms. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCmworm.rtf

Measuring Earthquakes
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This 4 page report discusses how earthquakes are measured and the different variables that must be considered when they are measured. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWequake.rtf

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CONCEPTS
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This paper defines some mechanical engineering concepts including hydraulics, pressure vessels and heating loads. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MTmeceng.rtf

Mechanisms and Geometry of Rift Zones
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10 pages in length. Discusses rift zones, plate tectonics, spreading centers and continental rift zones as well as how rift zones form. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JGAriftz.wps

Mercury Air Pollution Literature Review
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Mercury is a known neurotoxin and for this reason, it has been targeted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a primary target for improvement. Airborne mercury toxins not only stay in the air, but settle in the water and ground, making fish and food toxic, not to mention the mercury released into the air through car and other exhaust. Power plants are the biggest source of airborne mercury in the United States as well as the rest of the world. 9 references. jvMercst.rtf
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Mercury: The Hottest Planet?
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A 3 page overview of the reasons behind the common misperception that Mercury is the hottest planet in its solar system because of its proximity to the Sun. This paper points out the recent discovery of planets which are even closer to the Sun as well as the fact that Venus (which is further from the Sun than Mercury) is actually hotter. The reason for that phenomenon is explained. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPmercur.rtf

Meteorology
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A 20 page overview of meteorology. This paper discusses the importance of the earth’s rotation, tectonic plate movement, and volcanic action in creating the atmospheric and oceanic currents that determine weather. Severe weather events like hurricanes and tsunamis are explored. Bibliography lists 21 sources.
Filename: PPmeteorology.rtf

Mineral, Energy, and Water Resources of Kentucky
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A 17 page overview of the natural resources of the state of Kentucky. Provides a broad overview of the types of minerals which exists in the state and emphasizes that mining, while necessary to the economy and energy needs of the state, can have tremendous environmental impacts. Summarizes the importance and impact of limestone mining in particular and cautions that mining alone is not the only adverse environmental impact in the state of Kentucky. Outlines the importance of the states water bodies (including a two page list of some of the most noted) and wetlands and the impacts of such activities as the construction and operation of hydroelectric dams and domestic wastewaters. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: PPkyMnrl.wps

Mineralogy & The Peabody Museum Collection
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A 5 page overview of mineralogy, the branch of science dealing with minerals in the Earth's crust and also those found outside the Earth (such as in lunar samples and meteorites). The writer focuses specifically upon a very important (and well-known) collection stored in the Peabody Museum at Yale University. That particular collection's history is discussed in light of mineralogy itself. Bibliography is missing.
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Mono Lake, California
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A 5 page paper. Mono Lake has been called a geologists paradise. It is a unique region that incorporates 14 different ecological zones, more than 1,000 plant species and at least 400 vertebrate species. Volcanoes surround the lake. It is only one of three lakes on the continent that acts as host to productive ecosystems and migrating birds. The writer describes the lake and briefly discusses the political controversies related to the diversion of water to Los Angeles. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGmonol.wps


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