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    For our research project, we did our project over the Pallid Sturgeon. We researched why Pallid Sturgeons are going extinct and what we can do to restore them. What we had finalized as our final project was to look up the information about the Pallid Sturgeon and why they are going extinct. Our parts were distributed amongst everyone and I did the research regarding the recovery plan for the Pallid Sturgeon. I did all my research using the internet and finding scholarly sources. The main source for

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    endangered European specie that was the beluga sturgeon. The beluga sturgeon is a beautiful fish that is a proud member of the sturgeon family. The beluga can be found mainly in the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. When looking at the beluga appearance it undertakes as a huge long bony fish, their skin consist of smooth elastic tissue like rubber and since they are so bony the bones act as a protection against other predators. Also the beluga sturgeon has a tail similar to a shark with a whisker like

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    Sturgeon Trip

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    Today the 5th grade went on a field trip to the Sturgeon Festival. Which was exciting because it got the entire 5th grade out of the first half of the day, if being a field trip wasn’t enough. We were going on a boat, which I was nervous about because I had never been on a one before. While we were getting off the bus we put our lunches in a cart the teacher proceeded to pull away before everyone had put their lunch in it. Then the staff divided the group into two sections, one would go to the

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    The shovelnose sturgeon, or Scaphirhynchus platorynchus, is the smallest species of freshwater sturgeon. The sturgeon go by many names. One name for this fish is the “switchtail”, which refers to the long filament on the upper lobe of the caudal fin. Another popular name for this fish is the “hackleback, which refers to the bony The shovelnose is the most abundant of the sturgeon species and is found in the Mississippi River and Missouri River throughout the United States. The Missouri River and

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    Sturgeon Research Paper

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    Sturgeon is the name for the 27 types of fish belonging to the family Acipenseridae. The Sturgeon dates back to 245 to 208 million years ago. 85% of sturgeon species are classified as at risk of extinction. There population has gone down from an estimated population of more than 180,000 sturgeons in the Delaware River. Just two rivers are believed to support more than 300. The Delaware which was the county’s largest, isn’t one of them. Overfishing, dams, and pollution, are the main causes of the

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    Case Study: Sturgeon

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    1) Sturgeon a) Sturgeon have a similar life cycle to that of pacific salmon with spawning occurring when the female sturgeon releases eggs and the male sturgeon fertilizes them. Incubation happens for a week until the eggs hatch and the new fish rely on nourishment from a yolk sac until they are further grown. The yolk sac provides complete nourishment for the small sturgeon for its first 12-14 days of life. Similar to salmon entering ocean, sturgeon fish can enter areas with higher salt content

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    delinquency. How are the governments going to do to stop or control all this? This sounds apocalyptical but it's something in which they should think too, I suppose. Oh! Talking about politics and what the politicians should think and do. I've heard that Sturgeon is calling for a new referendum for the Scotland independence, or Scotland

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    SNP's Nicola Sturgeon is set to announce that, under a review of the family law, grandparents could be given an automatic right to see their grandchildren. This aims to help grandparents, who are considered hidden victims of a family break up. According to a recent Scottish parliament briefing for MSPs, paternal grandparents find it difficult to maintain contact with their grandchildren after parents separate or divorce acrimoniously. This is especially true if the children continue to live with

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    Environmentalism has a remarkable impact on society and plays a vital role in the development of cultural and intellectual development of an individual or group. In Noel Sturgeon’s essay, “The Politics of the Natural in U.S. History and Popular Culture” the author talks about social inequality and its effects on nature. In Mansfield’s essay, “Environmental Politics and Conflicting Socioecological futures” she talks about socioecological environmental politics and in Riley Elizabeth’s essay “Gender

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    One Sturgeon Bay High School teacher by the name of Nicole Herbst, works as an educator in the art department, and was open to give her opinion on student-teacher evaluation as well as her concerns. Mrs. Herbst, like many others, brought up the worry of students not taking the assessment seriously. However, she acknowledged and supported the idea, that if the examination was done in the right way, it would be valuable. When asked, should high school students be able to evaluate their teachers? Mrs

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