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The poem, “Apostrophe to the Ocean,” is one of the most renowned masterpieces of George Gordon Byron, which conveys the author’s love for nature by including his unique, romantic style of writing. As this poem is entirely dedicated to the mighty ocean, the main subject of this work is about man versus nature. George Byron also discusses his views about the industrialization; throughout the poem, he hints on the deleterious effects of human exploitations. Therefore, the poem, “Apostrophe to the Ocean,” paints George Byron’s view of the concept – man versus nature – by revealing his belief: the power of nature is insurmountable.
To begin with, unlike the other romantic poems that were
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Earth has been called the blue planet and not without reason. The ocean covers about three quarters of the earth’s surface and plays a vital role in our survival. It bounty feeds millions of people daily. Its surface absorbs more than ninety five percent of the solar radiation that reaches our planet. It is integral to the water cycle and it regulates our planets climate. But none of these roles would be fulfilled without the movement of the ocean. The currents, ribbons of movement within the greater body of water, provide the means with which our ocean distributes the nutrients and energy necessary for continued life upon earth. What are these currents and why are they so essential to our
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This report breaks down and compares key aspects of three separate ocean wave power generators: permanent-magnet tubular linear generators, hybrid air-wave turbine generators and wave tunnel generators. Each individual generator type is to be described and analyzed on topics such as a general background on design and functionality, applicable locations, costs and efficiency using research and diagrams to support explanations where necessary. Though these forms of power generation are not effective enough to serve as a substitute for fossil fuels entirely, they are capable of reducing human reliance on strictly fossil fuels and are thus a worthy subject to invest research into.
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In 2004 The US Ocean Commission proposed several critical recommendations to address the health and management of our oceans. These recommendations range from better organization of current management offices to education of the public on issues pertaining to oceans and coastal areas. The importance of healthy oceans, waterways, and coastal areas cannot be denied. As humans we rely on these areas for food, fuel, materials for various products, and recreation just to name a few. Aside from the human aspect the health of the earth’s oceans is also bound to the air and land. Many other creatures throughout the world depend on a harmonious balance of the human species with the waters that
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enters the lungs, located on the top of their heads so that they can breath whilst the rest of their body remains in the water. They give birth to precocious young that are able to swim to the surface to breath immediately and maintain homeostasis (ANON., Ocean Life; Dipper, 2005).As water has a high viscosity and is hard to move through, dolphins have adapted a streamlined body shape, replacing the top layer of skin cells as often as every 2-4 hours helping to keep the body surface smooth, and have few external appendages such as hindlimbs which create drag. They have also developed a strong tail for propulsion (Dolphin Research Center).To achieve homeostasis they must maintain their
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Books:1. G.C.E 'A' Level General Paper Essays2. Redspot Lower Secondary Essay Library.
3. Internet links: http://www.cheathouse.com ; http://www.freeforessays.com ; http://www.oppapers.com4. Past exam papers English LanguageEssay:How is Mauritius likely to be affected by climate change?Climate change is the greatest environmental challenge facing the world today. Climate change refers to any change in global temperatures and precipitation over time due to natural variability or to human activity for example pollution. With a tropical climate that ensures predominantly sunny weather throughout the year, Mauritius, a small island in the Indian Ocean has often been the envy of other countries
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Effects of the Apostrophe on Communication in “Ode to the Apostrophe”
Elizabeth Zeitlin's poem titled “Ode to the Apostrophe” immediately reveals the topic of the poem; with an “Ode” referring to a type of lyrical poem meant to be sung, and the subject being the apostrophe. Zeitlin shows through an informal and welcoming style that the apostrophe is an important vessel of communication, acting as a messenger with no innate characteristics of good or bad. In that regard, the misuse of the apostrophe leads to conflict and often results in miscommunication. Towards the end of the poem, Zeitlin elaborates on the human nature of mistaking the state of being, with the act of possession. “Ode
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mood of Frederick Hamiliton. The non-inversion order should be:
(8a) If he (should) see what I have to propose, he will be…
(9a) If an agreement (should) take place between …., there will be…
3. Morphological Interest
3.1 apostrophe for contraction
One of the most striking orthographic interest is that Frederick Hamilton included a considerable sum of apostrophe in her letters to represent contraction. As Cook (2004:104) claimed, when something is omitted from the word, the apostrophe is used.
3.1.1 the use of apostrophe for past tense and past participle weak verb forms
Printed English language experienced ‘orthographic uniformity’ by 1650. Nevertheless, by mid 17th Century
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Ocean Geography 2
The Ocean is a large body of water that is saline (salty). Around 71% of earth’s surface is cover by the oceans. The Ocean is very important to plants and animals. It has also been important to human history. Much exploration has been done by water and has been used for centuries in exploration and migration. The earth is devided into five different oceans which are all connected due to ocean currents and circulates water all around earth.
The first ocean is…..
The Pacific Ocean which the world's largest ocean and measures 60,060,700
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the confusing nature of right as it pertains to power and truth. Foucault establishes a circular paradox regarding truth, right, and power as a system of interplay that functions to decipher the structure in which they coexist while Johnson formulates her position through the use of apostrophe to show the polar positions of abortion as it pertains to rights and power. Their use of paradox highlights the construction of their arguments while showcasing their ideas by comparing them to the extreme critiques at their respective poles, thus allowing them to play off the poles without having to toe the same lines.
Michael Foucault constructs his paradoxical argument through the use of
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. Same is true with “the shores” as it is used to symbolize the whole land, not just the shore as the closest land to the sea. Finally, “his lips are pale and still” is representing the general state of death.
Another figurative language applied in this poem is apostrophe. Apostrophe is a kind of personification in which a person calls out to something or someone who isn’t there or can’t answer you back. Apostrophe can be seen in stanza 2, “O heart! heart! heart!”, as heart can’t answer the speaker. “O Captain! My Captain!” in stanza 3 is also an apostrophe, since the captain has already described “fallen cold and dead”. Lastly, “Exult, O shores, and ring, O bells!”, as neither shores nor
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apostrophe, personification, and free verse to comment on this idea of the true American city experience. It is meant to exemplify “the way that Americans derive their national identity from their local experience” (Cone).
Sandburg’s speaker in this poem, who most likely represents himself and all lovers of Chicago, is directly addressing the city of Chicago, making this entire poem an apostrophe. Many times throughout the poem, the speaker refers to the city by saying “you” such as in line six which states, “They tell me you are wicked and I believe them, for I have seen your painted women under the gas lamps luring the farm boys” (6). By writing the poem as an apostrophe, Sandburg gives the
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human qualities. For example, he says how “thine azure sister of the Spring shall blow her Clarion o’er the dreaming earth..”. Of course, it is known that wind can not have a trumpet, as it does not have the fingers, lips or knowledge to play that instrument. However, Shelley uses an example that a human can do to wind, so another person can understand the respect of Nature, and his respect for it. “Shelley personifies many of nature's elements by attaching descriptions of remains of death that are typically human” (StudyMode). Also, in section III, “The sapless foliage of the ocean, know they voice, and suddenly grow gray with fear, and tremble and despoil themselves…”. Here is another example
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Douglass would never have been given the passion to learn to read. Frederick's realization that what was good for his master was inherently bad for him might not have come, and he would have remained enslaved, never escaping to write his autobiography. Certainly Douglass realized this, and the importance of that afternoon on the outcome of his life, and therefore chose to highlight its importance to us as readers through the use of the chiasmus.
A third chiasmus can be found at the beginning of Douglass' apostrophe to the ships on Chesapeake Bay. In this emotional outpouring to the personified ships on the water, he again uses the chiasmus to highlight the irony of slavery. "You are loosed
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Ocean and Climate
The ocean and its massive flow of water or currents are vital to how the heat energy moves between the Earth’s bodies of water, landforms and atmosphere. The ocean is a crucial factor in the storage and transfer of heat energy across the earth. The movement of heat through the ocean currents affects the regulation of weather conditions and temperature extremes. The global climate is directly impacted by the ocean’s current. “The ocean covers more than 71 percent of the Earth’s surface and holds 97 percent of its water” (National Geographic). Ocean currents are located on the surface of the ocean and deep in the water below. The currents can move horizontally and
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Niko JonnaWrt 160Mrs. Dickens13 January 2014Protecting the Ocean of LifeThere are not too many things in this world more majestic and magnificent than the ocean. Making up almost ¾ of the worlds surface, oceans are easily the biggest bodies of water on land, and home to the biggest ecosystem of animal life on the planet. The ocean is so big; researchers say that not even half of the ocean has been explored yet. I agree with Sylvia Earle's argument. I believe that oceans do need to be protected along with all life forms inside it. Of course, there will always be fishing, but we need to look beyond that. Without the ocean, there is no life, and we need to do a better job protecting it
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The perpetrators of the ocean are not aware of the negative impact they are having on the ocean and the marine life that inhabits it. Marine pollution is the cause of materials entering the ocean and harming the marine life as well as the water. Marine pollution has been going on since the beginning of time. As time has gone by the problem has been helped by many organizations and federal governments taking action with this cause by adding laws to try and protect the oceans from many harms. Most people are just now realizing how bad the situation is and are taking little yet not enough effort to help the situation.
The history of Marine Pollution goes way back to the early human life but
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If you knew something was going on that caused the oceans and all the marine and plant life that dwelled beneath it to suddenly die wouldn't you try to do whatever was necessary to save them. Well what if i told you that your 30-40% of the reason why its happening. Doesn't that add a little guilt to your day. Pay attention and you’ll find out all about whats going on in the ocean and more importantly how to fix it.
That something destroying our oceans and marine life is known as ocean acidification. Ocean acidification is a non-stop decrease in the pH of the earths oceans. You may be thinking something this diabolical must have been sent straight from the devil himself. When in all
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“Out of the north deep waves rolled down upon the island. They broke against the rocks and roared into the caves, sending up white sprays of water. Before night a storm would certainly strike” (O’Dell, 19). This passage from Scott O’Dell’s Island of the Blue Dolphins describes the Ocean that surrounds the island and characters in the story. In this description the narrator, Karana, shows the reader that the people on the island fear and respect the power of the Ocean. The Ocean is depicted throughout the novel as something enormous and powerful. The way the Ocean is seen demonstrates an example of the Burkeian Sublime. According to Burke, the Sublime is an experience that comes from
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In the late 300's AD, a famous, well-educated "heretic" named Augustine came to the city of Milan. A former teacher, Augustine was known as a dazzling rhetorician, and became an orator for the city, gradually moving up the imperial hierarchy. In this passage from his Confessions, Saint Augustine turns the literary artistry of his oratorical talents to the task of describing his disillusionment with Manicheism in the form of a prayer addressed directly to the Heavenly Father. His literary artistry is shown in his use of extended apostrophe and imagery to communicate his humbled submissiveness to God.Augustine was born in 354 AD in the North African city of Thagaste. His father, Patrick, was
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“Ours, a water planet. The ocean covers 71 percent of the surface of the globe, and it constitutes over 90 percent of all habitable space on Earth. It’s total volume is around 300 million cubic miles and its weight is approximately 1.3 million million million tons. No wonder that Arthur C. Clarke, scientist and writer, once remarked that it was ‘inappropriate to call this planet Earth, when clearly it is ocean.* * (Mulvaney 28). Ocean pollution is growing out of control, and the clean up of our world’s oceans is critical.
Ocean pollution is now a big problem facing us in everyday life. For years we have been trying to stop the dumping of trash, chemicals, and toxic
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There are two causes of ocean currents: wind and convection. The more important of the two is convection. The act of convection in a fluid is the tendency of a heated part of the fluid to rise up due to the fact the it is less dense and it is replaced by cooler fluid which is then heated, rises up, and again replaced by cooler fluid. There has been plenty of recent research on the topic of ocean currents and convection, some of which might change the way we view the ocean. In this paper I will explain exactly what convection is, I will explain how and why it makes such a drastic effect in our ocean, and I will discuss the latest research that has been done on ocean currents.
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I’m Dreaming (Universal Music Publishing Group). Young’s popularity spread much further with the release of Owl City’s first official album, Ocean Eyes, in 2009 (Universal Music Publishing Group), and the album’s single, “Fireflies,” reached the Billboard’s number one spot twice during its initial release (Sisario). In an interview with Chad Bonham from Whole Notes, Young revealed the inspiration he receives from his self-proclaimed “anti-social” lifestyle and his Christian faith in his songwriting (Bonham).
Young’s music has reached thousands of fans, both in the United States and in other parts of the world as well (Sisario). From mellow melodies to catchy rhythms, Young’s sound has
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Ocean acidification is an increasing problem that many people do not realize or understand. Ocean acidification is a result of excessive amounts of anthropogenic carbon dioxide dissolving in the ocean. The carbon cycle helps dissolve carbon dioxide into ocean water for photosynthetic sea creatures, however, too much goes in and not enough comes out. The excess carbon dioxide reacts with the water to form carbonic acid, which is a weak acid (Ocean Carbon Uptake). Carbonic acid has such an unstable bond that it loses a proton and decomposes into two bicarbonate anions and a hydrogen cation. The hydrogen cation is the most common proton that is lost. The current problem with the ocean is the
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. Throughout the poem Whitman uses repetition. He repeats O' Captain! My Captain! In the first line of the first two stanzas as if he was calling out to him. He repeats "fallen cold and dead" at the end of each stanza. By doing that he is showing how much Lincoln's death meant to him. Apostrophe is used when the speaker calls out to his captain. (Shmoop University, 2014)The attitude of the poem is celebratory but also depressing. The speaker is both very excited that we had won, but is very saddened at the fact that their leader's life was taken. There is a shift between the 5th and 6th line of each stanza. The themes that are in this poem are admiration, suffering and patriotism. Whitman has an
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The ocean is very mysterious, there is much knowledge that the world does not even know about the ocean. Historically, ocean pollution has always been a tremendous problem but each year it increases drastically. Trash is really hurting not only the ocean but also ocean life environment. Ships can release oil spills into the ocean that can drastically hurt animal life. There are many of organizations attempting to help stop all of this trash from affecting more the world. Wildlife in the ocean is being polluted and some even killed. Most people think that this is not a big problem when in reality it is.
An enormous part of why our oceans are so polluted is Oil spills. These really affect
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Ocean pollution is an out of sight, out of mind kind of situation. Pollution enters the ocean through how humans dispose of waste, accidents and carelessness. Ocean pollution destroys everything and there are multiple types of ocean pollution. There’s thermal, oil, plastic, and chemical pollution. Over 80% of ocean pollution is from land based activates which are careless. Ocean pollution causes hundreds of deaths to ocean plants and animals because of human negligence to the ocean.
Each living person generates an average 2.2 tons (22t) of domestic waste every year and a lot of that waste ends up in the ocean. 70% of ocean pollution sinks underwater damaging life on the ocean floor. “The
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trade contributed greatly to the trade network itself. As time passed in these places, changes began to occur, for the better. Each place had its own natural resources that other nation's needed. Many goods including cotton, paper, and spices were traded within this immense network. Not only were goods traded, but ideas, such as agriculture techniques, were traded as well. Change began to happen in these places as they learned new techniques. Nation's that didn't know how to grow a certain type of crop, learned how to grow that crop. So growing crops, in addition to the trade, helped their economies flourish.
The weather on the ocean trade network was excellent, making that a
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Comparing the Stars of Bright Star and Choose Something Like a Star
Keats "Bright Star" and Frost's "Choose Something Like a Star" although similar in their address to a star differ in form, tone and theme. The latter contains an illusion to the former that brings Keats' themes into the poem. In order to compare these poems it is necessary to look carefully at their themes and constructions. "Bright Star" is a sonnet in traditional iambic pentameter. Its tone is elegiac as it celebrates the woman's beauty and his love for her in his plea for steadfastness. The poem opens with an apostrophe to the star which calls our
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Humans have spent billions of dollars, and millions of man hours conducting research of sea life. As technology advances and the ability to stay underwater for longer periods of time become available, new information about sea life and there ecosystems surface. The vast ocean covers more than 70 percent of planet Earth’s surface (NOAA). However researchers and scientists have explored less than five percent of what really lies under water (NOAA). Leaving behind and amazing ninety-five percent left for new information to be found and researched. Sadly the amount of exploration of the ocean is low because the danger that come with researching such a vast ocean. Whether in a scuba unit or a
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Carl Sandburg, in his poem Chicago, provides a dynamic and a loutish description with a certain tone of social criticism about the city of Chicago. Throughout the poem, the author makes use of literary devices, such as personification, apostrophe, similes, and repetition, giving the city a human-like representation with an intense personality in a realistic way. Also, the contrast between positive and negative qualities makes his poetry direct and concise which sings the glories and the penalties of the city and its people. His poetry is rich in vocabulary and captures the reader's attention, allowing him to identify the implicit messages within the poem.
The poem begins with five short
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Emerson’s “The Rhodora” is about a purple flower in the rhododendron family. Unlike its sister plant, Rhododendron ponticum, the Rhodora grows near bogs or unfertile and acidic soil. The Rhodora has no leaves and its blooms sprout directly from the stem. The Rhodora grows in solitude, away from other flowers that are considered to be immensely beautiful. “The Rhodora” contemplates the beauty of a simple flower and its effect on its surroundings. In the poem, Emerson’s speaker discovers that nature is beautiful and needs no excuse for being. This is accomplished by the uses of imagery, personification and apostrophe, and metaphor.
The speaker begins by using descriptive diction to
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Ocean acidification is an increasing problem that many people do not realize or understand. Ocean acidification is a result of excessive amounts of anthropogenic carbon dioxide dissolving in the ocean. The carbon cycle helps dissolve carbon dioxide into ocean water for photosynthetic sea creatures, but too much goes in and not enough comes out. The excess carbon dioxide reacts with the water to form carbonic acid which is a weak acid. Carbonic acid has such an unstable bond that it loses a proton and decomposes into a bicarbonate anion and a hydrogen cation. The current problem with the ocean is the formation of bicarbonate because it impedes calcification in corals, crustaceans, and other
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OCEAN ACIDIFICATION- ESSAYTHURSDAY, JANUARY 24TH, 2012Covering more than 70 percent of the Earth's surface, the ocean is one of planet Earth's most distinguishing characteristics. Over recent years, human activities such as the burning of fossil fuels have increased the amount of carbon dioxide gas emitted to the atmosphere and the amount that dissolves into the ocean. Now, so much carbon dioxide has been absorbed by the ocean that the chemistry of seawater is changing, causing the ocean to become more acidic.THE CARBON CYCLECarbon dioxide is a critical part of Earth's atmosphere; it traps heat and prevents the Earth from being covered in ice. Normally, the Earth's carbon cycle maintains a
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importance of each passage.
Shelley employs other literary devices from time to time, including
apostrophe, in which the speaker addresses an inanimate object, absent
person, or abstract idea. Victor occasionally addresses some of the
figures from his past as if they were with him on board Walton’s ship.
“Excellent friend!” he exclaims, referring to Henry. “How sincerely
did you love me, and endeavor to elevate my mind, until it was on a
level with your own.” Apostrophe was a favorite of Mary Shelley’s
husband, Percy Bysshe Shelley, who used it often in his poetry; its
occurrence here might reflect some degree of Percy’s influence on
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characteristics are attributed to nonhuman things. Apostrophe addresses either to someone who is absent and cannot hear the speaker or to something nonhuman that cannot comprehend. Apostrophe provides a speaker the opportunity to think aloud. Another figure of speech is an overstatement or hyperbole, which is the use of exaggeration to emphasize something such as the statement. For example, we can say “I would eat a cow,” but it is only to convey being hungry. Additionally, paradox is a statement that initially appears to be contradictory but turns out to make sense. It is useful in poetry because it grabs the reader's attention by its seemingly stubborn refusal to make sense. Finally, Meyer
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figures that brought about better times from the past. In this similarity, both writers use apostrophe, which is the addressing of someone or something that is not present. Wordsworth in London 1802 begins his poem by addressing “Milton! thou shouldst be living at this hour” (Line 1). We can see Wordsworth calling out to Milton, wishing that he were living during Wordsworth’s time where his society is in need of a man like Milton because England is now a “fen / Of stagnant waters” (Line 2-3). Dunbar too opens his poem by addressing the figure Douglass with the line “Ah, Douglass, we have fall’n on evil days”(Line 1), as the author describes how his society had seen better days when
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There are many types of pollutions in the world but Ocean pollution harms a lot of living things in the world. Due to the severity of ocean pollution it kills many people, animals, and poison the waters. Ocean pollution originates from many sources therefore the problem is becoming difficult to prevent. This paper will examine the history of ocean pollution, what the situation is like today, and what is being done to help resolve or alleviate the problem.
Ocean pollution started becoming a problem in the 19th century when the Industrial Revolution was born. The Industrial Revolution was a problem because the factories were letting pollutants get into the oceans,rivers,and lakes.In the
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apostrophe. An example for symbolism is the fact that bravery is being taught in the poem. For apostrophe, an example is the fact that the speaker is talking to the person on the board. The theme of Diving Board could be that the speaker is telling the person to face the fear and dive. Overall, this poem seems unique in it’s own way.
In conclusion, Shel Silverstein’s life and works can be memorable in many ways. He was
gifted in creativity, music, and art. Serving in the army also makes him seem like somebody that cannot be forgotten (Shel Silverstein: Biography). Additionally, his unconventional writing style and outlook on life caused his poems, such as “Sick” and “Deaf Donald”, to become
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Human activities have led to an exponential increase in the use of fossil fuel. The benefits of using fossil fuels are short lived in comparison to its long-term negative effects. In the last couple of decades, the major consumption of fossil fuel played a significant role in the rise of concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere. Roughly two trillion metric tons of CO2 have been emitted in the atmosphere and over a quarter of these got mixed with the ocean water resulting in ocean acidification (Buffie and Carr, 2010).
Ocean acidification is the decrease of pH in the oceans due to absorption of CO2 in the atmosphere (Fabry, 2008). Over the past three hundred million years ocean
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Everything in this world we use comes from the ocean in some way. The air we breathe, the water we drink, even the products we use day to day, would not be possible without the ocean. That's why the issue of ocean pollution is so important and needs to be addressed as soon as possible. We depend on the ocean for so much in our life, without it we would surely become extinct. People seem to think that since the ocean is so large and vast, we can dump as much waste as we'd like into it and it will never have an effect on us. However, since we've been polluting the ocean as far back as Roman times, the evidence of ocean pollution becoming a major problem is all too clear.
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In the poem “Sea Fever”,(comma?) John Masefield writes(WC) about his obsession with the waters and illustrates his deep desire to sail the seas. The title, “Sea Fever” emphasizes his strong passion for the seas and introduces Masefield’s deepest aspiration. (Necessary or nah??) Masefield conveys his obsessive/nostalgic (right word choice for tone or should I do obsession?) yearnings through his eagerness to take his final journey on the ocean (subject clear?). Through multiple literary elements such as, figures of speech, sensory detail, (OR just say imagery?), and rhythm (or just say parallelism or repetition??), he uncovers a tone of nostalgia and intense desire.
Painting a vivid
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I always like to remind myself about protecting the environment by properly throwing away my trash the manner my parents and my teacher have taught me. I had a teacher in the 4th grade and she would always remind every single one of us about why we shouldn't just throw trash on the floor and the outcomes of it. She gave me some advice and said, “Whenever you throw a piece of trash on the ground, a fish from the sea will die.” When I was young, at first it seemed ridiculous and I said that there is no way a fish will die because of me. But now that I think about it, the majority of our trash is never picked up and flies away awaiting it's journey to float into our ocean as if it was it's
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importance and some of the tools used to measure ocean currents.
Horizontal ocean current or surface ocean current
Surface current are found in the upper four hundred meters (400m) and makes up about ten percent (10%) of ocean (Briney, n.d.). Surface ocean currents are as a result of friction between the water and atmosphere interface. The wind exerts a force or stress to the ocean surface and causes the water to move. The winds that most affect the oceans’ currents are the Westerlies which produce belts of ocean currents that flow east in the mid-latitude and the Trade winds which generate currents that flow to the west in tropical latitudes. These winds are mainly a result of warm air from the
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Dynamics of Marine Ecosystems
December 9th, 2013
Silica in the Southern Ocean
The ocean is teeming with a near incomprehensible variety of life that can thrive in a number of environments in many different ways. The basis for any ecosystem starts with the smallest of organisms that rely on nutrients being brought to them from the ocean. One of the important nutrients that organism rely on is silica. Certain organisms use silica to live and while that may not seem like much, silica’s role in the ocean, especially in the Southern Ocean, has a global impact. Silica in the Southern Ocean has immediate effects on the ecosystems that reside there and overtime, affects
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. What areas are affected the most? Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas are the four overall best states for college football but they are also the most affected by climate change these are states that are projected to experience 150-180 days a year with peak temperatures over 90 degrees Fahrenheit by the final decades of the 21st century this is almost half of the year and this number is predicted t be higher is some parts of florida and texas. these temperatures will make playing and even watching college football outside almost unbearable.
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Trash in the Ocean
The reason why I chose this topic was because I don’t like seeing trash in the oceans, lakes or ponds just anything. It’s annoying how people don’t know how to take care for stuff. Especially that other people see it not just one or two people but thousands of people see it. When people see that there’s trash all around the area there not going to want to go back to that ocean or that part that they went to because they see that it’s all trashy there and it’s not healthy for humans and the ocean. I just don’t like seeing trash anywhere just all over the place I think it’s gross. So I want to talk about this because I don’t like it and I think it’s a good subject to talk
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Peace- George Herbert
George Herbert depicts a search for peace through religion in his poem
"Peace" by utilizing allusion to the Bible and symbolism.
George Herbert begins his poem by asking a question; "Sweet Peace,
where dost thou dwell?" This is an apostrophe to Peace because the
narrator is seeking peace in a variety of sublunary places and objects
such as a cave, a rainbow, a Crown Imperial flower, and he finally
asks a reverend where he may find peace. The reverend recounts the
life of a prince who "sweetly lived" and "who lived with good increase
of flock and fold." The prince died and on his grave "there sprang
twelve stalks of wheat" which prospered and spread
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that do support our troops, and maybe even those that do not, will remember this advertisement and buy their product. This advertisement could also be said to use an appeal to emotion in that it uses the viewers [Add an apostrophe. This is a possessive, not plural.] sense of patriotism as a means to gain a following. People remember these types of advertisements because they got the viewers attention. That is beneficial to the company that sponsored the advertisement. [Add an apostrophe. This is a possessive, not plural.] The last fallacy, weak analogy or argument of analogy or false analogy, will be defined and related to decision making. A weak analogy is "comparing things that
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words (hammer, furnace, anvil,...). The rhetorical technique of guided questioning leads readers to greater doubts regarding the goodness of the creator. And the use of apostrophe to directly address the tiger makes the question more daring. The word "what" is used over a dozen times in this short poem. The refrain of "Tiger, Tiger burning bright" is emphasized by alliteration because it is important to note that the horror and evil is also one that "burns bright." The poem is full of the duality of the tiger's horrid power - horrible, yet in a way that inspires mortal awe.In line 7 a possible reference to Icarus and Daedelus; to Prometheus in line 8; to Lucifer and his angels in lines 17 and 18; and also to the God of Old TestamentThe simple use of exclamation points after the word "Tiger" help to emphasize the urgency of the question.The union of terror and awe gives the work a tone of religious reverence which is mature when you consider that the response to the tiger could have been easily simplified to one of fear.