Research Paper On How Salty Does Water Have To Be For An Egg To Float

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  • Quality of Drinking Water

    A 6 page research paper which examines the problem of whether or not U.S. drinking water is safe. The writer first defines the problem, and then looks at what is being done at the state and national level to keep the public informed as to the quality of their drinking water, and what possible solutions might be implemented to help control water quality. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Floating RN Practice

    A 5 page research paper that discusses the practice of "floating" RNs, that is, registered nurses who "float" from one department to another. Often RNs are requested to work in department with which they are unfamiliar. This practice has been detrimental to nursing moral because these floating RNs frequently feel unqualified to work outside their own area of expertise. The writer discusses law cases that demonstrate the rights of nurses in this sort of situation. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Water Problems in California

    a 6 page research paper that considers the water problems of California, both past and present. The writer discusses what has been done to supply Southern California with water in the past and outlines the conditions as they are now. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Precipitous Damage to the Everglades of Florida

    A 5 page paper that argues the point that industry and an expanding population have done considerable damage to Florida's Everglades and the ecosystem that it supports. Emphasis is placed on the fact that the Everglades are being crowded by agricultural interests to the north and urban interests to the east, and the diversion of water from the rain forest to support these two interests is disrupting its natural cycle and leaving it short of needed water supplies. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Water Source Protection

    11 pages in length. One of the earth's most precious resources is in great peril. Water, the substance required by all living beings as a means of survival, is succumbing more and more to the ravages of pollutants, most -- if not all -- of which are the cause of humanity's environmental carelessness and neglect. Indeed, water sources of decades past were only beginning to show the signs of contamination, still remaining well within the parameters of what is considered to be safe; however, the water sources of late are clearly demonstrating the consequences of overwhelming pollution by killing off a significant amount of the plant and animal life that depends upon it for existence. What is being done to correct this drastic situation is too little too late according to critics, who contend that the world's water source has been left to fight for its health for far too long to be expected to regain its soundness. The writer discusses the detrimental changes that the world's water source has experienced. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

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