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Chemistry and Molecular Studies by Tom Mallon - Ink on Mylar
 
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  • Environmental and Eco Science by Tom Mallon - Ink on Mylar - Salt Water intrusion
    Land water near oceans becoming contaminated with salt
  • Environmental and Eco Science by Tom Mallon - Ink on Mylar - Resource Consumption
    Per capita consumption of mineral and rock resources in the United States (1984)
  • Environmental and Eco Science by Tom Mallon - Ink on Mylar - Nitrogen Cycle
    Nitrogen is a vital component to linging organisms' protein and genetic material.
  • Environmental and Eco Science by Tom Mallon - Ink on Mylar - Wave Harnesssed Energy
    Two devices to harness energy from wave: A) Flexibnle rafts operating hydraulic cylinders activating a alternator and B) Salters Duck, a series of lopes rocked by waves activating high-pressure water to operate a generator.
  • Environmental and Eco Science by Tom Mallon - Ink on Mylar - Iron Cycle
    The path which iron and steel follows before it becomes recycled
  • Environmental and Eco Science by Tom Mallon - Ink on Mylar - Greenhouse Effect
    Some heat escapes from earth but heat trapped by CO2 may later be re-radiated into atmospher. Additionally, some incoming solar radiation is blocked by clouds but infrared reys are trapped by CO2.
  • Environmental and Eco Science by Tom Mallon - Ink on Mylar - Hypothetical Recycler
    An impossible attempt to recycle useful energy in an isolated system.
 
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