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For the pre-publish, this section should be about a half to one page in length and do the following:

Tools used: Lab Coat. Gloves, Curvette, Microscope, Pipette, Hazard Box, Scalpel
the Laboratory Report Pre-publish assignment,
Use Lab Activities 1 and 2 as the basis for the Laboratory Report Pre-publish.
Complete and submit the Laboratory Report Pre-publish Template Download Laboratory Report Pre-publish Template (download the Laboratory Report Pre-publish Template and utilize this document to ensure proper formatting and inclusion of all required material).
Cite at least two government sources (webpages or reports), two credible sources (news articles), and one scholarly source (academic journal article) for a minimum of five outside sources. In addition, you are encouraged to cite the textbook and any other assigned materials from this class.
The pre-publish must be at least six pages in length (excluding the title and reference pages) and formatted according to APA Style. Note: You will receive feedback from your instructor on this pre-publish that you will use to write the Final Laboratory Report, which is due in Week 5. The Final Laboratory Report has a page requirement of seven to nine pages. Your ideas for each section of this pre-publish do not need to be fully fleshed out but do your best to set yourself up well for the Final Laboratory Report.
For an Introduction to APALinks to an external site., visit the Writing Center and UAGC Library tab, located on the left navigation toolbar, in your online course.
In your paper, include the following sections:
Introduction
For the pre-publish, this section should be about a half to one page in length and do the following:
Describe the background information on the environmental and sustainability topics presented in the labs and an overview of why the labs were conducted.
Include your topic sentence for this paragraph.
List the main points and sources you will use to support those points.
Identify information from other experiments previously conducted that looks at resource challenges similar to the two labs.
List the cited sources you will use from governmental and credible non-governmental sources that conduct similar scientific studies and experiments.
Identify the hypothesis from each lab simulation and the reasoning for those predictions.
The hypothesis should not be adjusted to reflect the “right” answer. You do not lose points for an inaccurate hypothesis. Scientists often revise their hypotheses based on scientific evidence following the experiments.
Materials and Methods
This is a summary of all of the materials, including scientific equipment used in the two lab activities, and the methods used to conduct the experiments. For the pre-publish, this section should be about one page in length and do the following:
Describe the experiments in outline format with enough detail so that another scientist reading the report could replicate the experiment.
You can assume that a scientist would know how to use the lab equipment from the experiments and conduct basic lab procedures. See the Writing Center’s resource on OutliningLinks to an external site. for assistance with this step.
Summarize the methods in your own words.
Do not simply copy and paste from the lab instructions.
Results
This section should include any data and observations from the experiments. See the Tables, Images, & AppendicesLinks to an external site. resource in the Writing Center for help with this step. This section should not include personal opinions or discussion, only a description of the results. For the pre-publish, this section should be about a half to one page in length and do the following:
Include all data and pertinent figures for the experiments in the labs.
Describe all data and figures in a written paragraph.
List and summarize the key points in outline format.
Include any data that reveals a pattern that relates to the Again, see the Writing Center’s resource on OutliningLinks to an external site. for assistance with this step.
Discussion
This section should interpret your data and arrive at the key findings or conclusions. It should be one page in length. You can outline each of the bullet points below:
Explain your initial hypothesis (for each lab) and whether it is accepted or rejected based on specific results from the experiments conducted in the labs.
Analyze how the results of the experiments and topics of each lab relate to the environmental challenges of resource sustainability.
Identify the natural resources that are present and how they are threatened.
Discuss the real-world implications and applications of the results from multiple perspectives including environmental, business/economic, political, and
If you outline this section, provide a list of at least one point for each of these topics and which cited sources support the points.
Develop at least one policy or technology solution for the specific situation presented in each lab, taking into account the environmental, business/economic, political, and social impacts.
For the outline, describe the nature of the solution for each lab and mention how it will benefit at least one of the factors listed above.
Evaluate at least two examples of businesses, organizations, cities, states, or countries implementing innovative technology solutions and policies to promote sustainability related to the lab topics.
List the supporting examples and the sources.
Conclusion
For the pre-publish, this section should be about a half to one page in length and do the following:
Summarize the purpose, methods, results, and key findings of the Laboratory
You may create a full conclusion or just create an outline of the topic sentence and list a few key points you will cover in the conclusion section for the Final Laboratory Report assignment.
The Laboratory Report Pre-publish assignment
Must be four to six double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA StyleLinks to an external site. as outlined in the Writing Center’s APA Formatting for Microsoft Word resource.Links to an external site.
Must include a separate title page with the following:
Title of paper in bold font
Space should appear between the title and the rest of the information on the title page.
Student’s name
Name of institution (The University of Arizona Global Campus)
Course name and number
Instructor’s name
Due date
Must utilize academic voice. See the Academic VoiceLinks to an external site. resource for additional guidance.
Must use at least two government sources, two credible sources, and one scholarly journal article.

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Write a four page critique paper on the two articles, every one article has two page of critique paper.

Write a four page critique paper on the two articles, every one article has two page of critique paper. overall four pages.
“Format”
Theme font: Times New Roman ; Font: 11
Paragraph: Justify

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Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words.

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words.
Who will your character be? Is it an element? A molecule? An animal? Or something else? What is your character’s name and characteristics?
Write a birth announcement for your character to introduce the character to the world. Include the character’s origin, make up, and facts about it on Earth.
Describe a short story about your character living and existing in the biosphere.
Part two
200 word reflection over part one

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5 pages long (not including a reference or title page).

Using https://frtr.gov/matrix2/section3/table3_2.pdf, I selected to write about bioventing (an in situ bioremediation technology) and biopiles (an ex situ bioremediation technology). For both of the remediation technologies, the following needs to be written:
1) a brief overview of the foundation of each environmental technology (what does it do and how does it do it and what media it is used for)
2) The types of waste that each of the technologies is most applicable for
3) The limits of each technology, including interferences by other pollutants or conditions under which it would be difficult to use.4) Actual application of that technology for two remediation projects. This section should be less than 500 words with the use of a table to inform how it was applied and to how much of the polluted media, and the details of the length of time use, and the end results, including pollutant levels and costs.
5) Clear citations and references
Note: There should be four total remediation examples (two for each technology). This should be at be approx. 5 pages long (not including a reference or title page).

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In the lecture you learned about exposures, think about daily exposures in your diet or work environment where bioaccumulation or bio-magnification may impact your health.

In the lecture you learned about exposures, think about daily exposures in your diet or work environment where bioaccumulation or bio-magnification may impact your health. Give one example and explain the potential health impact.

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Be sure to answer the following questions in your “opinion” portion:

Assignment: Find an article in a current (between August 1
st and the due date)
newspaper/magazine that has something to do with an environmental issue in the Midwest
(MN, WI, ND, SD, IA, MI).
Write a paper summarizing the article & then write your opinion about it.
Be sure to answer the following questions in your “opinion” portion:
▪ Do you think it was an unbiased article? Why or why not?
▪ Do you agree with what the article states? Why or why not?
▪ If you were able to write an article for the local paper on the same
environmental topic, what would your main objective be?
▪ How would you improve this article?
The written portion of this paper has to be at least one and a half pages long, double
spaced and no font larger than 12. Standard margins.
Be sure to identify the title, source, date it was written, & author. If it is from an online
source- include the actual article’s web link.

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Gender equality is not just a fundamental human right it also stands for peacefu

Gender equality is not just a fundamental human right it also stands for peaceful prosperous rights in the world.

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SHORT ANSWER PROMPT: What is sampling bias? How can you minimize it? Make sure y

SHORT ANSWER PROMPT:
What is sampling bias? How can you minimize it? Make sure your answer is thorough. Include an example
(you can make up an example).
Important message from professor:
“IMPORTANT: All quiz answers need to be in your own words. Quotes are prohibited. Answers to the quiz questions are contained in the readings and the lectures – use this information. If you get your information from a source outside the course, you must cite your source. If not, your answer will be given 0 points and marked as plagiarism. If you plagiarize more than 1, you may receive a zero for the entire course. If your answer contains information not related to the information in the lectures and readings, you will not get credit for the answer.”
Link to textbook( may take awhile to load):
https://b-ok.cc/book/5408257/9d7931
( click the downward point blue arrown next to the “dowload Button”, thjen select ” open in browser”)

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1. Paper Content – Introduce the environmental issue you are addressing – Des

1. Paper Content
– Introduce the environmental issue you are addressing
– Describe the ethical stance, in relation to the environmental 1ssue, you decide to apply
in your own day-to-day life
– Explain your rationale for taking this ethical stance – what makes it ethical?
State how you plan to act in accordance with this ethic – be specitic
– Reflect on your initial successes, failures, and thoughts towards your attempts to
Implement your plan
2. Paper Format
– Times New Roman with 12 font size; 1-inch margin; 1,000 words (2
pages single-spaced; double-spaced between paragraphs)

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Ocean circulation is the ‘only’ contributor to changing weather systems, and coa

Ocean circulation is the ‘only’ contributor to changing weather systems, and coastal hazards. Why or why not?
Please follow a scientific argument format when posting into discussion (claim, evidences, justification).
Please use evidences in form of either (1) in-text citations (book, paper, web) [3 PTS] and / or (2) personal experience [2PTS].