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Trees and the World Russell Kurihara Kunal Munshani Ryan Vo Michael Yim Mrs. Sharma Mr. Breiger January 8 th , 2011 Trees are all around us. They provide oxygen, preserve the ozone layer, and provide a good place for people to rest. They also provide homes for animals, can reduce erosion, and save energy by keeping you cooled down. In the past 20 years in the Bay Area, specifically Hayward and Fremont, humans have started to destroy more and more of our natural environment.
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Unformatted text preview: This has affected us all, particularly the wildlife in the area, such as the Norfolk Island Pine, and the Steelhead trout. If we don’t stop our destruction of natural habitats, this problem could come back to haunt us later, when energy costs become high and global warming starts to take effect....
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  • Spring '11
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  • Natural environment, San Francisco Bay Area, Norfolk Island pine, Russell Kurihara, Ryan Vo, Kunal Munshani

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