Geography, Nature & Weather
"The Human Fingerprint: Uncovering the Causes of Global Warming"
Global warming is caused by the release of greenhouse gases, primarily carbon dioxide, into the atmosphere. These gases trap heat from the sun, causing the planet to warm up. The primary cause of this is human activity, specifically the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and gas, as well as
Air Pollutant: Particulate Matter
Particulate matter.... a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. PM can come from natural sources such as dust, sea salt, as well as human-made sources such as transportation, industrial processes, and burning of fossil fuels. PM can vary in size..PM2.5 and PM10.
6 Crazy Looking Creatures Found Lurking In The Oceans
From the “blob fish” to the “giant squid”, here are 10 of the craziest looking creatures found lurking in the ocean.
George W Carver: Slave Turned Scientist
Carver was a gifted scientist and inventor and his contributions to the field of agriculture have had a lasting impact on the world. Despite the challenges he faced as a black man in a segregated society, Carver's work has helped to improve the lives of farmers and communities around the world.
Exploring the Fascinating World of Deserts: A Look at the Different Types, Characteristics, and Adaptations.
Deserts are areas of land that receive very little precipitation, typically less than 250 millimeters (10 inches) of rain per year. As a result, they are characterized by sparse vegetation, dry air, and extreme temperatures. Some of the most well-known deserts in the world include the Sahara Desert
"Preparing for Earthquakes in California: A Guide to Staying Safe during Seismic Activity"
"Learn how to prepare for earthquakes in California by assembling an emergency supply kit, creating a family emergency plan, familiarizing yourself with safe places in your home or workplace, knowing how to turn off utilities, and keeping cash on hand. Stay calm and follow all safety measures.
Understanding Climate Change: Causes, Effects, and Solutions
What is climate change? What causes it, how will it affect us, and what are the possible solutions?
What Is Climate Change? 10 Causes and Effects
Climate change is an important issue that needs to be addressed. This article will provide an in-depth analysis of the causes, effects, and solutions of climate change. It is important to understand the science behind climate change in order to solve the problem.
5 Reasons Why I Help Take Care of Rivers and Streams
Water, food, irrigation, and transportation from streams and rivers have transformed humanity. Rivers and streams flow constantly. The water's speed relies on the land's slope, the bed's size and form, the volume of water, and the material it carries.
Nurture Nature: 8 Why's to protect and preserve mother earth
8 Why's to protect and preserve mother earth
Beyond Borders: A Deep Dive Into the Nomadic Way of Life
Beyond Borders: A Deep Dive Into The Nomadic Way Of Life
An unnatural weather change has raised worldwide ocean level around 8 crawls starting around 1880, and the pace of rise is speeding up. Rising oceans decisively increment the chances of harming floods from storm floods. An Environment Focal investigation tracks down the chances of "century" or more
The Climate Change Crisis: What You Need to Know
Climate change continues to be a topic of major concern. With the planet continuing to heat up and natural disasters becoming more frequent, it’s important that we all understand the crisis and its implications. These are some key facts about the climate change crisis.
Surprising Facts About Yucca
Ubiquitous here in the southwest desert, the yucca is tough, utilitarian, and unique. Unfamiliar with the yucca? Meet this very fascinating spiny plant. Already a yucca aficionado? I promise you'll be surprised at some of these yucca facts!
The Healing Wonders of Nature
Nature provides many amazing benefits that are often beyond man's understanding. Observe the leaves that give you shade. Bark has what colors and textures? Often, I simply gaze with delight at the lovely trees around me, and I'm at peace. Discover more of these stunning benefits from this article.
Carpathian Mountains: Structure, Mineral Resources, Plant and Animal Life, History
Carpathian Mountains are an important mountain system of eastern Europe. Rising near Bratislava, Slovakia, the Carpathian Mountains swing in a great arc toward the east through parts of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine, and Romania
The Yangtze River: The Longest River in Asia and the Great River of China
The Yangtze River, in central China, is the longest river in Asia and the third-longest in the world. Rising in western Qinghai (Tsinghai) province, it flows 5,990 km (3,720 mi) to the East China Sea.
River Thames: Some Useful Facts about This Scenic River
River Thames, in southeastern England, is a river rising in Gloucestershire among the Cotswold Hills, flowing eastward past London, and emptying into the North Sea at The Nore, a sandbank at the mouth of the Thames estuary about 48 miles (77 km) east of London Bridge.
Long Pepper: The Spice that We Forgot
Long pepper is the closest cousin spice of pepper and is similar in taste yet hotter than it. Though forgotten as a spice, this lesser-known flowering vine is an important ingredient in the medical treatment methods, Ayurveda, Unani, and Siddha, three very advanced medical streams in India.
The Trade Winds and Westerlies that Defined the World Order
The winds on our planet played a crucial role in making us what we are now. If you doubt this statement, or if you want to know more, read this article.
Australia Lesson Plan for Kids: Hands-on History and Culture
Australia Hands-on Lesson Plan for Kids including geography, art, animals, food, Aboriginal people, James Cook, & more. Paint Aboriginal dot art, taste Vegemite and other Australian foods, create Australian animal crafts, host a tea time, & more! Children's books and Youtube videos are included!
How The Alps Defines Cultural Europe
The Alps have drawn writers and travellers to it since people began to travel and write. Some writers called English romanticism “the literature of the mountains and the Alps”. There is a huge melange of Alpine cultural traditions in Europe that never stops fascinating.
Visualising River Discharge With a Flood Hydrograph
How to read a storm hydrograph and understand the different factors that affect a flood hydrograph
The Results of Excessive Cement Uses on Climate
When building houses, roads, and any other construction near water or oceans, concrete is the most commonly used material for its strength and durability. But unfortunately, the high uses of cement in many places around the world contribute to global warming.
Pangolins and Covid 19: Some Emerging Facts
Rarely sighted, feared as a mythical creature, and eaten as a rare gastronomic treat, the only thing the Pangolins have for their protection from us is the full-armoured body and the ability to exist as a rolling stone. Covid 19 has brought this oblivious animal into the limelight.
Pagoda and Hill Glory: Tropical Cousins of Vervain
The orange tower or the Pagoda plant and the Hill Glory are two attractive flowering plants that belong to the same family as Vervain. Both these plants and their pagoda-shaped terminal inflorescences are also viewed as having magical properties in Asian cultures.
Bigfoot Also Referred to as Sasquatch is a Mythical Creature, but Is There Scientific Proof of Their Existence
There are reports today that some huge ape like creature has been seen walking in Western Colorado in America on Google Earth. Is this proof that Bigfoot also referred to as Sasquatch has finally been proven to exist? Has scientific proof of the existence of Bigfoot or Sasquatch been found?
The Arctic Life: Traditional and Modern
Human habitats in extreme climate zones are a mystery to the rest of the world. How people, animals and plants live in these brutal terrains, remains unknown to the outside world. This article is a peek into how mundane life is in the Arctic region.
10 Fascinating Facts About Antarctica
Antarctica is the southern most continent on Earth. It is made of nearly all ice and is known to be a desert, despite the continent being made of frozen water. If one throws a bucket of water in the air, it will freeze midair.
Why You Should Plant a Sandalwood Tree
A sandalwood tree can live up to 500 years and grow up to 100 feet tall! That means your investment will never cease to provide returns in the form of essential oils, fragrances, and other valued materials. Plus, sandalwood trees offer these benefits and more: [...]