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  • Waiting for answer Education for Life and Work: Developing Transferable Knowled...

    Education for Life and Work: Developing Transferable Knowledge and Skills in the 21st Century

  • Answered Climate Change: Are you for or against it?

    This assignment will assess competency 12. Analyze climate change and the scientific evidence that supports it. Directions: Take some time to research climate change.(NOTE: Refer to the Library FAQ link under Course Information for directions on how to research a topic.) Identify scientific evidence...

  • Answered Common Ownership/Sustainable Use

    The book talks about the problem of common ownership and exploitation of resources. Think about how common ownership in the oceans impacts their quality and health. If the United Nations took over control of the oceans, what steps could they take to improve the condition of the oceans? If you were w...

  • Answered GS 104 Week 4 Assignment 2: Ecological Services Paper

     GS 104 Week 4 Assignment 2: Ecological Services Paper In a 2 page paper, using APA-style formatting, define and discuss the concept of ecological services. Then, review the “Ecological Services of Rivers” outlined in Mini Lecture: Water Resources and Water Pollution. From the list, identify two ser...

  • Answered environment study

    Give your opinion about the positive and negative impacts photography has had on our lives. Do you agree with those presented in the lecture? What do you feel are the negative impact, if any? 2. List and briefly describe at least three of the major photographic advances mentioned in the lecture and...

  • Answered Final Project

    This assignment will assess the following competencies:1. Examine the role that Environmental Science plays in a modern society.2. Examine how energy and matter are conserved in the environment.3. Analyze environmental risks and how to evaluate risk vs gain.4. Analyze an ecosystem and the interactio...

  • Answered Climate Change: Are you for or against it?

    This assignment will assess competency 12. Analyze climate change and the scientific evidence that supports it. Directions: Take some time to research climate change.(NOTE: Refer to the Library FAQ link under Course Information for directions on how to research a topic.) Identify scientific evidence...

  • Answered Air Pollution

    Directions: Create a PowerPoint Presentation that includes: The different types of air pollution covered in the book. What problems poor air quality can cause (with specifics, not just general opinions). How human activity has affected the quality of the air (with specifics, not just general opinion...

  • Answered Soil Education Flyer

    This assignment will assess competency 9. Examine the impact of changes in land use and the need for land use planning. Directions: Create a community education flyer on soil. Your flyer should include: What is soil (include composition and how it forms). What processes cause soil erosion (give at l...

  • Answered Oil and Ethanol

    This assignment will assess competency 6. Analyze the historical role of energy and how it has changed over time and 7. Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of nonrenewable and renewable energy. Directions: Complete the following Issues and Analysis Activities: Drilling for Oil in t...

  • Answered Invasive Species

    Reread page 143 “Limiting Factors.” Respond to the following prompts: Describe the characteristics of an invasive species. Research and provide a short summary of an invasive species that you find interesting, including the scientific name, a description, and the problems it has caused. (NOTE: Refer...

  • Answered Common Ownership/Sustainable Use

    The book talks about the problem of common ownership and exploitation of resources. Think about how common ownership in the oceans impacts their quality and health. If the United Nations took over control of the oceans, what steps could they take to improve the condition of the oceans? If you were w...

  • Answered Final Project

    Directions: Imagine that you are at a United Nations press conference and are responsible for answering questions on the following topic:How do we balance the need for goods and energy with the harmful impact production, transportation, and use has on the environment? You will need to carefully craf...

  • Answered A mother with a genotype AaBBCcDd is crossed with

    A mother with a genotype AaBBCcDd is crossed with a father with a genotype AABbCCDd.1. What is the probability of getting a child with AaBbCCDD?

  • Answered Climate Change: Are you for or against it?

     Climate Change: Are you for or against it? Directions: Take some time to research climate change. Identify scientific evidence that supports or refutes climate change. Discuss whether you support or do not support climate change as a human-caused event. Identify possible causes of climate change t...

  • Answered 1.The flyer a section explains what soil is, soil

    1.The flyer a section explains what soil is, soil composition, and describes how soil is formed. 2. The flyer includes a section that describes what processes cause soil erosion, including Tow well-explained examples. 3The flyer includes a section that describes what can be done to prevent soil eros...

  • Answered SOC260 Module 5 Assignment 1 LASA 2 History of Environmental...

    In this assignment, you will select one region of the world with known environmental issues and create a timeline of the events in this area, going back no more than 200 years. For example, you could choose to focus on the Gulf Coast in the United States and its history of hurricanes, floods, and th...

  • Answered Air Pollution PowerPoint

    LP6 Assignment: Air Pollution Directions: Create a PowerPoint Presentation that includes: The different types of air pollution covered in the book. Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Ozone (O3), Lead (Pb), Particulate Matter (PM 10), Particulate Matter (PM 2 5), Sulfur Dioxide (SO 2), Ben...

  • Answered ES

    A large city is located on the shore of an ocean. The city is powered by coal that is burned in a large electrical plant. The city gets rid of wastes, including sewage, by dumping them into the ocean. 1. What changes could the city make in order to obtain power while causing fewer negative impacts?...

  • Answered Soil Education Flyer

    Directions: Create a community education flyer on soil. Your flyer should include: What is soil (include composition and how it forms). What processes cause soil erosion (give at least two examples). What can be done to prevent soil erosion (give at least two examples). Your flyer should be designed...

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