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HS 24 Environmental Health
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Safety of nuclear power/nuclear waste
Fukishima Spill
GMOs and World Hunger/Crop Biotechnology
Animal agriculture and effects in public health
Santa Cruz PG&E peak hours and waste
Food Inequality
E Coli Outbreak
Honeybees (decline)
Crop harvesting impact on natural ground water during drought
Oil spills
American diet/affect on environment
Illegal marijuana growth in Santa Cruz Mountains
Geoengineering - effects on human and env. health
Local earthquake risk
Desal plants
Lithium mining
nuclear waste
Agricultural run-off
gun violence
lyme disease
Wind Energy
Suicide Prevention
Water Pollution (and how it affects marine life
Local Drought
Gulf of Mexico oil spill
air pollution


  1. Map your research topic and search strategy
  2. Find Articles on your topic in the Library Databases
  3. Find a relevant, reliable Website
  4. Cite your sources using MLA Citation

Draw a circle.  Inside the circle, put your idea for a paper topic

Brainstorm as many questions as you can about your topic.  Try asking questions such as Why?  Who?  Where?  What? 

Look for broad questions that can be further divided into more narrow, specific questions. 


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