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The essays should be no longer than 1,500 words (excluding the bibliography). Th

The essays should be no longer than 1,500 words (excluding the
bibliography). The essay must have a bibliography.
Referencing style should follow the Harvard-style (in-text) citations, https://library-guides.ucl.ac.uk/harvard
Markers will assess structure and organization; development and consistency of argument; extent of research and use of evidence; evidence of critical analysis and originality; appropriate referencing and bibliography; and overall presentation (flow, spelling, mechanics, etc.).
A good essay will have a clear structure and an argument that directly answers the essay question. The discussion presented in the essay should demonstrate that the student is familiar and comfortable with the relevant literature related to the topic. Here are some tips to remember:
1. Answer the question!
The essay should present an argument directly addressing the question. The most common mistake that students make is to write everything they know on a broad topic rather than focusing on the specifics of the question.
2. Structure your essay clearly
Structure your essay so your argument flows, being clear on why each paragraph follows from the preceding paragraph. Every essay should have an introduction, a discussion of the arguments (main body), and a conclusion.
3. Develop an argument in response to the question
Present an argument that directly answers the essay question. In marking essays, we reward precision and rigor of analysis far more than breadth. If you try to cover too broad an area, then the essay is likely to seem superficial. A good answer will typically show awareness of the broader context, whilst focusing more narrowly and analytically on a few main points. For example, if there have been eight main arguments presented on the topic of your question, you will do far better if you focus on a couple of these in-depth, rather than writing a paragraph on each. This will require you to select – and to justify – which of the arguments in the literature are most worthy of analysis.
4. Support your arguments with clear and relevant evidence
Avoid making personal claims and instead, use the scholarship to develop your answer. Supporting evidence may come from a variety of sources including real-world examples and case studies that provide empirical evidence for (or debunk) arguments based on theories. You should use predominantly academic sources (e.g., academic books and journal articles; historical or archival material; raw data). You may cite journalism as a source of evidence, but note that the type of evidence you require will vary depending on your question.
5. Use references correctly
Reference anything that originated from another author, taking account of the university rules on plagiarism.

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Instructions: Investigate an environmental issue/problem and create a presentati

Instructions: Investigate an environmental issue/problem and create a presentation to report on how environmental geosciences (GIS, oceanography, soil science, biogeography, hydrology, etc.) are being applied to understand and address the issue/problem. The following suggestions are general. Actual topics should be more specific as to the location, type of pollution or problem, species of animal, health threat, etc. This should not be a broad investigation of a problem, but a more detailed analysis of a current or recent problem at a specific location. For example if you wanted to look at deforestation, investigate it at a particular location (think local- state or country level is too broad), rather than deforestation in general.
Potential topics include but are NOT limited to:
Water pollution
Air pollution
Erosion
Biodiversity
Deforestation
Soil contamination
Ecological restoration
Conservation of habitat
Management of water supply
Management of solid waste
Format: Please create a 15 – 20 slide Power Point presentation. This should include graphics and approximately 2,000 – 2,500 words. This exercise will require research and you are to use at least 5 legitimate scholarly sources, cited in MLA format. Do not use retail sites or any site advertising their products or services. Try for official and credible sites and sources such as peer-reviewed academic journals, the UN, NASA, etc. There are some past project examples given, however the project has changed some since those were submitted and there are additional requirements that were not included in those examples.
The presentation should cover the minimum of the following sections:
-What and where is the environmental issue?
-Why is it important? Who/what is impacted and how?
-What policies are involved and at what level (local/state/federal)?
-Which environmental geosciences are being used to study and solve the issue? (Explain/illustrate the science and techniques)

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Instructions: Investigate an environmental issue/problem and create a presentati

Instructions: Investigate an environmental issue/problem and create a presentation to report on how environmental geosciences (GIS, oceanography, soil science, biogeography, hydrology, etc.) are being applied to understand and address the issue/problem. The following suggestions are general. Actual topics should be more specific as to the location, type of pollution or problem, species of animal, health threat, etc. This should not be a broad investigation of a problem, but a more detailed analysis of a current or recent problem at a specific location. For example if you wanted to look at deforestation, investigate it at a particular location (think local- state or country level is too broad), rather than deforestation in general.
Potential topics include but are NOT limited to:
Water pollution
Air pollution
Erosion
Biodiversity
Deforestation
Soil contamination
Ecological restoration Conservation of habitat
Management of water supply
Management of solid waste
Format: Please create a 15 – 20 slide Power Point presentation. This should include graphics and approximately 2,000 – 2,500 words. This exercise will require research and you are to use at least 5 legitimate scholarly sources, cited in MLA format. Do not use retail sites or any site advertising their products or services. Try for official and credible sites and sources such as peer-reviewed academic journals, the UN, NASA, etc. There are some past project examples given, however the project has changed some since those were submitted and there are additional requirements that were not included in those examples.
The presentation should cover the minimum of the following sections:
-What and where is the environmental issue?
-Why is it important? Who/what is impacted and how?
-What policies are involved and at what level (local/state/federal)?
-Which environmental geosciences are being used to study and solve the issue? (Explain/illustrate the science and techniques)

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Instructions: Please follow these instructions to complete this assignment: 1. S

Instructions: Please follow these instructions to complete this assignment:
1. Select on the attachment below
2. Save to your computer
3. Carefully read through the document
4. Ask any related question by sending me a message or posting in the open discussion
5. Complete the activity following the reading
Assignment: Read the document and complete the activity.

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I need this powerpoint to be produced with no plagarism and it needs to be based

I need this powerpoint to be produced with no plagarism and it needs to be based off the outline that I will provide as well as the additional links. The topic is bio-remediation and the content from the PowerPoint needs to be presented, and thus must have 5 minutes of content that I will be speaking for that length of time. Additionally, this will be the second last step before completing the term paper, so it must have as much content on it as possible.

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Instructions will be uploaded later. Important Info

Instructions will be uploaded later.
Important Info

The order was placed through a short procedure (customer skipped some order details).
Please clarify some paper details before starting to work on the order.

Type of paper and subject
Number of sources and formatting style
Type of service (writing, rewriting, etc)

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Provide extensive explanation

Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger by Julie Sze ISBN 978-0520300743
Share a quote or summarize a passage from the Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger book that provided an ″aha″ or insightful moment about environmental racism/environmental injustice and explain that moment. Provide extensive explanation

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Provide extensive explanation

Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger by Julie Sze ISBN 978-0520300743
Share a quote or summarize a passage from the Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger book that provided an ″aha″ or insightful moment about environmental racism/environmental injustice and explain that moment. Provide extensive explanation

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Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

You must include the following elements in your Infographic:

§ Title – the infographic must contain a clear and relevant title

§ Topic Statement – an introduction to the topic as well as a clear statement addressing the environmental issue

§ Visuals– supporting information on the environmental issue and a presentation of your research. All information must be referenced. Your Infographic must also include at least:
· 1 geographic map
· 1 graph, chart, or table (e.g.: line graph, bar graph, data table, pie chart)
· Note: The above items cannot come from lecture notes or e-learning modules

§ Text – There must be text supporting the visuals in your Infographic. There is no word limit on the text, but your entire Infographic should present well, and text should be legible when printed on standard or legal-size paper (8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14”). Information must be presented in your own words (i.e.: paraphrased) and must be cited appropriately (footnotes are acceptable). Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

§ Solutions/How you can Help – the infographic must include solutions to or ways to mitigate the environmental problem

§ References – a list of references used in your research. All information in your Infographic must be referenced, including the sources of graphics/pictures/etc. (footnotes are acceptable). You must also include the reference list within your infographic (usually depicted at the bottom). For the text portion alone, you must use at least 5 reputable sources of information. Lecture notes and e-Learning modules do not count as sources of information. A URL shortener can be used to reduce the amount of space taken by the list of references, but make sure that the link created is stable (i.e.: it always brings the reader to your intended source).

§ Size – must fit on 8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14” paper. Text must be legible and graphics of good quality when printed at this size.

§ Note: Remember, your Infographics are visual representations of scientific data. There should be a good balance of text and visuals in your final product (see the Infographic included at the start of these guidelines).

Refer to the “Assignment Evaluation” section at the end for additional expectations)
References are in cc’s format

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Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

You must include the following elements in your Infographic:

§ Title – the infographic must contain a clear and relevant title

§ Topic Statement – an introduction to the topic as well as a clear statement addressing the environmental issue

§ Visuals– supporting information on the environmental issue and a presentation of your research. All information must be referenced. Your Infographic must also include at least:
· 1 geographic map
· 1 graph, chart, or table (e.g.: line graph, bar graph, data table, pie chart)
· Note: The above items cannot come from lecture notes or e-learning modules

§ Text – There must be text supporting the visuals in your Infographic. There is no word limit on the text, but your entire Infographic should present well, and text should be legible when printed on standard or legal-size paper (8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14”). Information must be presented in your own words (i.e.: paraphrased) and must be cited appropriately (footnotes are acceptable). Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

§ Solutions/How you can Help – the infographic must include solutions to or ways to mitigate the environmental problem

§ References – a list of references used in your research. All information in your Infographic must be referenced, including the sources of graphics/pictures/etc. (footnotes are acceptable). You must also include the reference list within your infographic (usually depicted at the bottom). For the text portion alone, you must use at least 5 reputable sources of information. Lecture notes and e-Learning modules do not count as sources of information. A URL shortener can be used to reduce the amount of space taken by the list of references, but make sure that the link created is stable (i.e.: it always brings the reader to your intended source).

§ Size – must fit on 8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14” paper. Text must be legible and graphics of good quality when printed at this size.

§ Note: Remember, your Infographics are visual representations of scientific data. There should be a good balance of text and visuals in your final product (see the Infographic included at the start of these guidelines).

Refer to the “Assignment Evaluation” section at the end for additional expectations)
References are in cc’s format