Category Archives: Write and Respond 1

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Wasted Energy from Household Electronic Devices

In a tech savvy world where electronics are part of nearly every aspect of modern life, society has become increasing energy-conscious when it comes to powering off to conserve as much energy as possible. But what if people learned that … Continue reading

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Buying Milk Locally: Does It Really Make a Difference?

Jessica Dickey Math 33 Write and Respond  Buying Milk Locally In this paper, I will be analyzing the benefits in buying milk from local dairies as opposed to grocery stores.  Throughout this paper, I will be providing summaries of the … Continue reading

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Dishwasher v.s. Hand washing

Water is considering one of the most important resources to support human live. We can’t live without it. When I was young, I always help my grandmother do house chores such as wash dishes, but with the advancement of technology, … Continue reading

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Growing Pains

Only about one-fifth of the clothing donated to charities is directly used or sold in their thrift shops. This means that 80% of clothing just becomes waste after the user is done with it. With adults, this is not that … Continue reading

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Reusable water bottles can make a difference

Erin Brennan Professor Deforest Math 33 W&R 1 Final Draft 1 October 2017 Contrary to popular belief, most of the time drinking bottled water is not a healthier or smarter alternative to drinking tap water in a reusable bottle. You … Continue reading

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Bioaccumulation in the Chesapeake Bay

Haley Brown Math 33 W&R Assignment 10-9-17   Bioaccumulation in the Chesapeake Bay              The Chesapeake Bay Watershed is the largest estuary in the United States. An estuary is a tidal mouth of a large river, where the tide meets … Continue reading

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Plastic vs Reusable Water Bottles

In the United States, approximately 42.6 billion plastic water bottles are purchased each year. Have you ever thought about how much money you have spent on these plastic water bottles? In total, American citizens will spend around $11.8 billion on … Continue reading

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The Amount of Money Farm Industries should spend on Fertilizers for the Chesapeake Bay Watershed The Chesapeake Bay watershed has multiple pollutant sources. The most prominent pollutant is from agriculture, stormwater, wastewater, fossil fuels, and households. Out of those major … Continue reading

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the carbon footprint

Lizzy D’Alonzo Mr. Deforest Math 33, section 001 W&R1 final Draft The Carbon Footprint: The earth today is undergoing immense strain by the very people who inhabit it. In the mordern world, we are dealing with major environmental issues such … Continue reading

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Nutrient Pollution in the Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay Watershed covers six states, 64,000 square miles, and is home to over 17 million people. Much of this land is used for farming, which has proven detrimental to the Chesapeake Bay. Many farmers are over-irrigating, over-tilling soil, … Continue reading

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