The Tribal People Of Andaman And Nicobar Islands

By: annphilip | Feb 7, 2012 We can classify the people of Andaman into two main groups namely, Indigenous or Aborigines and Immigrants or Settlers. The aborigines of Andaman Island include Great Andamanese, Onges, Jarawas and Sentinelese.

How Volunteering Services Uplift the Deprived Communities?

By: go voluntouring | Feb 6, 2012 Volunteering services are those services that are undertaken by several individuals for the welfare of needy people. Such services are the most sought after services across the globe.

The importance of biodiversity for Australian red meat production

By: Angela Trego | Feb 3, 2012 Farmers have long been aware that a healthy landscape pays dividends in terms of greater productivity and preserving natural resources to be handed down to future generations. The definition of biodiversity is generally accepted as the variety of all life forms on the planet – plants, animals, micro-organisms and the ecosystems they exist in.

Birds - Migrate to Different Regions for their Survival

By: annphilip | Feb 3, 2012 One of the major reasons behind migration is the scarcity of food. If all birds concentrate on the same tropical area for a long time there will be a food shortage and this affects their feeding and breeding habits in a negative way.

Can Comets aid us to know more about origin of the solar system?

By: annphilip | Jan 31, 2012 For years people believed that comets would bring misfortune in their life. But Halley's scientific explanation on comets behavior helped to keep people's fear away.

People Are Eagerly Waiting For The Next Visit Of Halley's Comet

By: annphilip | Jan 18, 2012 While other celestial bodies like sun, moon and star mostly appear and move in a predictable path, the comets are bit unpredictable. So man always has some chilling thoughts about comets. Among others the one that attracted me most was comets, more specifically Halley's Comet.

The World's Most Feared Sea Creature - Shark

By: Tina Reeves | Jan 14, 2012 Sharks are a cartilaginous fish that have a skeleton made of cartilage, a strong fibrous substance, instead of bone. The human intervention into the marine world has caused a lot of damage to aquatic creatures. Even the ferocious animals like sharks are not spared.

Use Comfy Cotton Clothes And Become A Good Environmentalist

By: annphilip | Jan 13, 2012 Cotton is a renewable natural fiber, so it has more environmental and sustainability advantages over petroleum based synthetic fibers. As demand is the word that drives all business, the clothing business is also seeing an increased demand for organically processed cotton materials than chemically processed ones.

Water treatment services-Steps to follow in water treatment services.

By: spider | Jan 4, 2012 Water is important part of life. Without water we can’t able to imagine about life. Water treatment process is used to make the water clearer, more pure for desired use.

Hurricane - The Nightmare That Hounds Man Every Day

By: Ann | Dec 29, 2011 Geostationary satellites that tract environmental changes measure heat radiations in the upper atmosphere and based on that data scientists calculate the speed of the wind and its direction. As satellites using for these purposes can view invisible winds in the hurricane environment that are crucial to create a big destructive storm, it will alert people dealing with weather forecasting.
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