Research Paper On Wetlands

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  • Functional Intent of Hydroelectric Dams

    In eight pages this paper discusses the environmental effects and functions of dams with a consideration of statistics, construction, habitat, groundwater, wetlands, and a detailed examination of the Hoover Dam. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Water Pollution in Canada and a Conflict Between the Environment and the Economy

    In eleven pages Canada's problems with water pollution are examined in terms of environmental protection, economic development, and the inevitable conflict between the two objectives with a discussion of regulation insufficiency and how economic options such as manmade wetlands and reverse osmosis are available. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Addressing Water Pollution

    This paper is an outline of some of the ways that our water resources can be negatively impacted. Included are plans for sustainability in regard to effluent discharge from domestic wastewater treatment plants using man-made wetlands. There are four sources included in this nine page paper.

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