Daily Archives: March 19, 2016

Outline/bibliography for blog post #2 – Biofuels

Kaitlyn Christy Math 33- Environmental Math Blog Post #2 Outline Biofuels- Algal Biofuels   Topic I am Writing about: Algal Biofuels Vs. Gasoline (Efficiency and Economics)   Audience: The audience I am writing for are for economists, environmentalists, and people … Continue reading

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Final Blog Post #2 – Algal Biofuels vs Gasoline

Kaitlyn Christy Math 33 Environmental Math Final Post on Energy- Biofuels   Blog Post 2: The Benefits of Algal Biofuels Vs. Petroleum Gasoline   Right now, oil and petroleum gasoline are becoming harder and harder to obtain. In the near … Continue reading

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Sea Level Rise Florida and Global Warming

Topic: How long before we lose Florida to Global Warming Audience: Naysayers about Global Warming and more specifically the public that believes them. Source 1: Natural Resources Defense Council “http://www.nrdc.org/globalwarming/florida/execsum.asp”  Relevant claims: Discusses the possibility of Florida property damage and loss … Continue reading

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Solar Power to the School

Penn State University has been trying to reduce their energy consumption and convert to cleaner energy as of late to reduce their Greenhouse emissions and “Go Green.” They even entered competitions which assign student teams to the task of outlining … Continue reading

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The Colder It Is, The More You Burn

It’s easy to see that exercising is a big part of a lot of people’s lives, especially from the looks of it on a college campus. People either do it to just stay fit, or have a goal for the … Continue reading

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Assignment 2 Final Post

We currently live in a time where many people are conscious of the impact humans are creating on the world. One impact is the way we create energy through the burning of fossil fuels, which is releasing carbon dioxide (CO2) … Continue reading

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Bibliography 3: Climate Impacts on Water Resources

Topic: Severe weather changes would be resulted by Global Warming. As temperature increases, water resources are especially affected. Droughts, melted glacial ice, declining sea levels are all consequences. Human activities are also affected and eventually the balance between climate, energy and … Continue reading

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