Monongahela National Forest

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  • Descriptive Essay About Seneca Rocks

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    Somewhere Among the Hills Among the Blue-Ridge Mountains in West Virginia, Seneca Rocks remains a place that values preservation of nature, its history, a family-oriented environment, and the safety and well-being of those who visit. I have visited Seneca Rocks at least three times in my 18 years and it is a very common place in my hometown, therefore, my personal experience helps me determine its values. “Seneca Rocks is a bare white sandstone sheet of rocks with sheer cliffs, towering 900 feet

  • Whistleblowing And Its Effect On National Security

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    because it damages the reputation of the organization and can ultimately jeopardize national security. The level of importance that is given to whistleblowing depends on its nature, its political context, and how the media portrays it. In the Off-Road Vehicles in Hoosier National Forest case, the supervisor made decisions oblivious to the facts presented by his staff and scientists’ opinions. The Hoosier National Forest’s (HNF) supervisor Girton created a conflict due to his lack of

  • The Madina Collection of Islamic Art at the LACMA Essay

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    The Madina Collection of Islamic Art at the LACMA Introduction           The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) announced recently that it had acquired “the remarkable Madina Collection of Islamic art. The collection contains works of various media dating from the late 7th through 19th centuries from the vast areas that comprise the Islamic world, from Southern Spain to Central Asia” (Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2005). While the museum already had quite an extensive collection of

  • Longoria Character Analysis

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    I think Longoria’s character shows a lot of discipline for doing what is enforced to do. We see how violence has affected his life and other people’s perspective of him. He started out in the Army at a very young age and carried out the harsh tasks that he was given, no matter how cruel they were. Longoria is a strong-minded person. For him to carry out some of the assignments he was given, it takes a different kind of person. For example, the incident with the people in the village. He murdered

  • Narrative Essay On Prison Break

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    Jason Rodrigues Mr. Merrick Lit/Writing Per. 4 24 November 2017 Prison Break! All was quiet in Tongass National Forest, a remote region nestled in Southeast Alaska. The silence was abruptly shattered with the appearance of a helicopter; its metal blades slicing through the air and propelling it forward. A hail of bullets rained down, supersonic rounds whistling by the battered cabin. A man emerged stumbling and gripping onto another man as the smoke cleared. Al Kelly led a remarkably peaceful life

  • Have A He ‚ù§ Rt Coronary Heart Disease Campaign

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    HAVE A HE❤RT Coronary Heart Disease Campaign Patti Maisner Kaplan University Introduction Healey and Zimmerman state (2010) that an innovative program will require not only team effort, but input from community leaders as well as collaborative partners, that will aid in the development, implementation, evaluation of a community education campaign, as well as the program continuance, including funding. The campaign should be built constructed on strong and understandable messages, so

  • Nantahala Lake

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    Nantahala Lake is located 3000 feet above sea level in the Nantahala National Forest. Its’ features include crystal clear water, waterfalls, hiking trails, fishing, lodging, and many more amenities. The lake is regulated and maintained by Duke Power and it is a major source of hydroelectricity for the surrounding counties. It was created in 1942 by Nantahala Power to provide electricity for war efforts. The lake holds 42 miles of shoreline, which makes the waters close to the shore murky, but

  • Narrative Essay On Prison Break

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    Jason Rodrigues Mr. Merrick Lit/Writing Per. 4 20 November 2017 Prison Break! All was quiet in Tongass National Forest, a remote region nestled in Southeast Alaska. The silence was abruptly shattered with the appearance of a helicopter; its metal blades slicing through the air and propelling it forward. A hail of bullets rained down, supersonic rounds whistling by a battered cabin. A man emerged stumbling and gripping onto another man as the smoke cleared. Al Kelly led a remarkably peaceful life

  • Climate Change : Future Bay Area Weather Will Be More Like San Diego

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    Max Sawyer P.5 scrAPES 11-15 Topic #11: Climate Change Title: Interactive Map of San Francisco Shows Potential Health Impacts of Climate Change AND Climate change: Future Bay Area weather will be more like San Diego’s Citation: Kaye, L. (2016, May 04). Interactive Map Shows Potential Health Impacts of Climate Change. Retrieved October 16, 2016, from http://www.triplepundit.com/2016/05/interactive-map-san-francisco-shows-potential-health-impacts-climate-change/ Krieger, L. M. (2015, August 07)

  • National Environmental Policy Act ( Usfs )

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    established the Healthy Forest Initiative. This was his response to a multitude of forest fires during the year 2000. The initiative would allow for swift responses to the threats of wildfires. The process in which the United States Forest Service (USFS) goes about reducing the forest fires includes the thinning of forests by timbering, and removal of hazardous materials such as small trees, species of brush and shrub, logs, stumps, and whatever material could lead to an increase in forest fires or their

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