Tag Archives: Human Impact

The Revived Stream in Seoul

Christine Lee Abstract: The Cheongyecheon stream was a centerpiece of Seoul six hundred years ago when a king of the Joseon Dynasty chose Seoul as capital. However after the devastation, poverty, and the industrial era that came after the WWII … Continue reading

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The Drying of the Aral Sea

I Christine Lee Abstract: In the 1960s, the Soviet Union undertook a major water diversion project on the dry plains of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. The region’s two major rivers that flowed down from the mountains that formed the fourth … Continue reading

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A Death Penalty Fight Comes Home

Source : New York Times Date : Feb. 5 2013 Abstract This article is about abolishing death penalty mainly based on one innocent man’s, “Mr.Bloodworth” experience. Mr. Bloodworth was accused just because his face was similar to the police sketch … Continue reading

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That Cuddly Kitty Is Deadlier Than You Think

Date: January 29th, 2013 Source: The New York Times Abstract: Scientists have recently discovered that cats are much more deadlier than anyone had realized. It has been estimated that domestic cats in the United States — both the pets, the … Continue reading

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