Running Dry: A Historical Analysis of Water System Development in San Diego and its Current Effects

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For over a century, the County of San Diego has struggled in attaining water resources, while Los Angeles has always been in much more of a commanding position. After studying historical documents, census data, and analyzing archival records, the root causes of this disparity were revealed. Research shows that the causes of this issue can be traced back to early planning decisions made by government officials. Being so, while technological solutions such as desalinization plants could help...

A sustainable U.S. Mexico Border

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In this research, we wanted to determine whether it was beneficiary to restore Los Laureles Canyon due to minimal effects done to the region. Understanding the ecological footprint and challenges it introduces to the bio region of Los Laureles Canyon through analyses of different restorations attempts has question whether it is convenient to continue restoration plans.

Community Mobilization and Pervious Paver

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Tools For Erosion Control and Storm Water Management Projects

Cell Culture (Suspension Cell)

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Abnova - Cell culture is the process by which cells are grown under controlled conditions. This video show you how to culture suspension cells from cell thrawing, maintain, to cell freezing. For more videos, visit Abnova!

Cell Culture (Attached Cell)

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Abnova - Cell culture is the process by which cells are grown under controlled conditions. This video shows you how to culture attached cells from cell thawing, cell maintenance, to cell freezing. For more videos, visit Abnova!

Cell Counting (Suspension cell)

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Abnova - Hemocytometer or Cell Counting Chamber is frequently used to count cell numbers such as blood count and sperm count in clinical labs, and cell density of cultured cells in research labs. The counting of suspension is simple: cells are mixed with a dye (Trypan Blue), loaded onto a hemocytometer and then counted under a microscope. For more videos, visit Abnova!