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The Nile River:
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This 5 page paper discusses the Nile river, it's history and it's importance. Furthermore, this paper examines hoe the Nile river influenced nearly every aspect of ancient civilization. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: GSNileRv.rtf

The Ocean’s Potential to Feed the World’s People: Over-Fishing, Populations and the Environment, and Aquaculture in the LEDCs and MEDCs
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This is a 7 page paper discussing over-fishing of the world’s oceans, in particular reference to the North Sea, the relationship between the environment and population and fishing and aquaculture in the LEDCs and MEDCs. Within the last several decades, the fish population in the world’s oceans has decreased substantially. While the decrease in fish stocks has been partially blamed on environmental factors, the largest problem has been that fishing levels have been at capacity or at the over-fishing level for over thirty years resulting in the loss of some of the more popular fish stocks. Through fishing bans and aquaculture, many MEDCs (More Economically Developed Countries) have just begun to initiate programs with the hopes to recover the stocks but the future of most stocks is still questionable. In the LEDCs (Less Economically Developed Countries) where larger portions of the population are also malnourished, there has also begun to be a great deal of over-fishing but mainly due to fishermen from wealthier countries who have moved from diminished areas. In addition, while a great percentage of continents such as Africa have been deemed suitable for aquaculture, funding depends on governmental support which varies from country to country and year to year. It is estimated that the results of the over-fishing in all the oceans in which many of the stocks will be forever diminished will eventually lead to an increased dependence on grain farmers; a demand they cannot meet. Overall, the increasing world populations will be affected by increased malnutrition and famine, similar to what was initially predicted by Thomas Malthus in 1798 unless more funding and support can be placed on aquaculture worldwide. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TJfishf1.rtf

The Pacific Halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis)
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A 7 page overview of the environmental factors affecting the Pacific Halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) in regard to their feeding patterns and development. Emphasizes that life history varies in accordance with a number of factors including the habitat in which the fish live and the prey species which are desirable, or at the very least available. Concludes that halibut feeding patterns are both directly and indirectly correlated with such factors as the relative age of a Halibut and environmental factors such as water depth, oxygen level, and turbulence. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Three Generations of Archaeological Research and Influence: Robert Wauchope, George Bass, and Cemal Pulak
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This is a 13 page paper (9 page paper and 4 page annotated bibliography) discussing the three generations of archaeologists Robert Wauchope, George Bass and Cemal Pulak. George F. Bass, the “father of nautical archaeology” is used as the “middle” generation in a three generation look at researchers within anthropology and archaeology who have influenced and inspired the work of others. Bass, the second generation, a recent retiree from the Texas A&M Nautical Archaeology department he founded continues to practice the science of underwater excavation through the Institute of Nautical Archaeology using meticulous methods and technology he devised. Cemal Pulak, the third generation, is described as one of Bass’ former students and assistant but who is now an assistant professor at Texas A&M and director of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology in Turkey in relations to their underwater excavations in the Mediterranean. Pulak combined the techniques learned from Bass in relation to his own specialties in seafaring and ship construction to further research the wrecks discovered in the area of nautical archaeology. Finally, the initial inspiration for Bass to enter the field of archaeology came from his uncle, Robert Wauchope, the first generation. Wauchope was a successful and often cited leader in the archaeological community in regards to his knowledge and excavations of Mayan sites in addition to his meticulous record keeping and conservation of historical sites; an aspect carried on through the works of Bass and Pulak. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: TJGBass1.rtf


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