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Generating Solar Power in Germany

Jul 29, 2013 | No Comments
Generating Solar Power in Germany

Germany’s ambitious quest for renewable energy alternatives has catapulted the country to the forefront of renewable energy production. After investing billions of Euros over many years in order to advance as many installations as possible, the country boasts a very advanced renewable energy sector. The numbers tell the story: In 2012, a record-breaking 7.6 GW […]

A Very Brief Introduction to Ecology

Jul 6, 2013 | No Comments

The term ecology is synonymous with natural biology, or the study of nature. Ecology is divided into two areas of study: autecology and synecology. Autecology is the study of one specific species or organism and its environment while synecology is the study of a population or community. Both of these branches of study apply to […]

Oxbow Lakes

Jul 6, 2013 | No Comments

I will write about the evolution of oxbow lakes. Oxbow lakes are formed when a river creates a meander. The river bends, causing this formation. They are named for their curved shape and alludes to the form of a yoke used for oxen. They normally form naturally, but sometimes are artificially created. http://www.clipart.dk.co.uk/DKImages/sci_earth/image_sci_earth052.jpg Lakes are […]