Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explan

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Final Project PresentationYour final project presentation will be focused on a topic that you select from the USGS Geological Service website. You can find the link in Unit 8 directly below this assignment tab. Research and choose one central topic area from the menu tabs on the top right of the home page. Provide a thorough review of your topic, including statistical data, location, distance, composition, and biologicals, and provide pictures and any current information if applicable. You will also find one peer-reviewed journal article about your selected topic. In the “Getting Started” module, you will find a lib-guide explicitly created for this course, and it will provide you with a wealth of peer-reviewed journal articles that you may use for this assignment. Be sure to give a URL for your journal article. Submit your presentation to this area when complete.https://www.usgs.gov/ – The professor stated this website, but I have no clue what is needed for that part of the assignment, the direction’s provided was terrible.https://tinyurl.com/3szmy88j – GEL101 – Introduction to Geology: Home (peer-reviewed journal article about your selected topic)Presentation requirements:Title Page (1 slide)
Introduction (1- 2 slides)
Body of Information (4 – 8 slides, not including pictures)
Data (1 – 2 slides, including charts)
Analysis (1 – 2 slides, including charts)
Conclusions (1 – 2 slides)
References (as many as needed) APA styles

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explan

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Final Project PresentationYour final project presentation will be focused on a topic that you select from the NASA Science, Solar System Exploration website. You can find the link in Unit 8 directly below this assignment tab. Research and choose one central topic area from the menu tabs on the top right of the home page. (Solar Systems, Planets, Moons, Asteroids, Comets, Meteors). Provide a thorough review of your topic, including statistical data, location, distance, composition, and biologicals, and provide pictures and any current information if applicable. You will also find one peer-reviewed journal article about your selected topic. In the “Getting Started” module, you will find a lib-guide explicitly created for this course, and it will provide you with a wealth of peer-reviewed journal articles that you may use for this assignment. Be sure to give a URL for your journal article. Submit your presentation to this area when complete. NASA Solar System Exploration (NASA Science, Solar System Exploration website)Presentation requirements:Title Page (1 slide)
Introduction (1- 2 slides)
Body of Information (4 – 8 slides, not including pictures)
Data (1 – 2 slides, including charts)
Analysis (1 – 2 slides, including charts)
Conclusions (1 – 2 slides)
References (as many as needed) APA styles
RubricFinal ProjectCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePresentation and Citations10 ptsAThe presentation is loosely organized around instructions, and the text is well written and provides enough detail to be understood. Sources are cited correctly, and the list includes at least one peer-reviewed article.8 ptsBOnly 3 of the four requirements are met.6 ptsCOnly 2 of the four requirements are completed.4 ptsDOnly 1 of the four requirements is completed.2 ptsFSources are absent0 ptsNo MarksN/A10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTitle Page (~1 page)10 ptsAThe title of the presentation is present and provides the viewer with a clear understanding of the topic of the production.8 ptsBThe title of the presentation is present and provides the viewer with a sense/guess of the topic of the production.6 ptsCThe title is present, but it is unclear what the presentation is about.4 ptsDThe title is present.2 ptsFIt is difficult to tell if the title is present.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction (~1- 2 pages)10 ptsAThe introduction orients the reader to the topic and includes a general overview of basic information. The introduction piques the viewer’s interest in the case.8 ptsBThe introduction orients the reader to the topic and includes a general overview of basic information.6 ptsCThe introduction is present but missing enough to orient the reader to the topic.4 ptsDThe introduction is present.2 ptsFIt is difficult to tell if the introduction is present.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody of Information (~4 – 8 pages, including pictures)40 ptsASlides explain the following items related to the topic: location, distance, composition, and biologicals, and provide pictures and any current data if applicable.32 ptsBOnly 4 of the five items are presented clearly and detailed. Pictures are included on multiple slides.24 ptsCOnly 3 of the five items are presented clearly and detailed. Pictures are included on multiple slides.16 ptsDOnly 2 of the five items are presented clearly and detailed. Pictures are included on some slides.8 ptsFOnly 1 of the five items is presented clearly and detailed. Pictures are included on some slides.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.40 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeData (~1 – 2 pages, including charts)10 ptsAStatistical data about the topic is presented with appropriate charts. The charts are clearly described, and the implication of the data is explained.8 ptsBOnly 2 of the three items are presented transparently.6 ptsCOnly 2 of the three items are presented but in an unclear way.4 ptsDOnly 1 of the three items is presented transparently.2 ptsFOnly 1 of the three items is presented but in an unclear way.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis (~1 – 2 pages, including charts)10 ptsAThe analysis is precise and pulls together the data and body of the information section. In addition, the study helps readers understand concepts they may not have understood on their own.8 ptsBThe analysis is precise and pulls together the data and body of the information section.6 ptsCThe analysis is present but has gaps in the information.4 ptsDThe analysis is present.2 ptsFIt is difficult to tell if the analysis is present.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusions (~1 – 2 pages)10 ptsAThe conclusion summarizes the topic in detail and is an appropriate ending to the presentation.8 ptsBThe conclusion is clear and briefly summarizes the information.6 ptsCThe conclusion is present but has information gaps.4 ptsDThe conclusion is present.2 ptsFIt is difficult to tell if the conclusion is present.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsTotal Points: 100

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explan

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Final Project PresentationYour final project presentation will be focused on a topic that you select from the NASA Science, Solar System Exploration website. You can find the link in Unit 8 directly below this assignment tab. Research and choose one central topic area from the menu tabs on the top right of the home page. (Solar Systems, Planets, Moons, Asteroids, Comets, Meteors). Provide a thorough review of your topic, including statistical data, location, distance, composition, and biologicals, and provide pictures and any current information if applicable. You will also find one peer-reviewed journal article about your selected topic. In the “Getting Started” module, you will find a lib-guide explicitly created for this course, and it will provide you with a wealth of peer-reviewed journal articles that you may use for this assignment. Be sure to give a URL for your journal article. Submit your presentation to this area when complete. NASA Solar System Exploration (NASA Science, Solar System Exploration website)Presentation requirements:Title Page (1 slide)
Introduction (1- 2 slides)
Body of Information (4 – 8 slides, not including pictures)
Data (1 – 2 slides, including charts)
Analysis (1 – 2 slides, including charts)
Conclusions (1 – 2 slides)
References (as many as needed) APA styles
RubricFinal ProjectCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePresentation and Citations10 ptsAThe presentation is loosely organized around instructions, and the text is well written and provides enough detail to be understood. Sources are cited correctly, and the list includes at least one peer-reviewed article.8 ptsBOnly 3 of the four requirements are met.6 ptsCOnly 2 of the four requirements are completed.4 ptsDOnly 1 of the four requirements is completed.2 ptsFSources are absent0 ptsNo MarksN/A10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTitle Page (~1 page)10 ptsAThe title of the presentation is present and provides the viewer with a clear understanding of the topic of the production.8 ptsBThe title of the presentation is present and provides the viewer with a sense/guess of the topic of the production.6 ptsCThe title is present, but it is unclear what the presentation is about.4 ptsDThe title is present.2 ptsFIt is difficult to tell if the title is present.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction (~1- 2 pages)10 ptsAThe introduction orients the reader to the topic and includes a general overview of basic information. The introduction piques the viewer’s interest in the case.8 ptsBThe introduction orients the reader to the topic and includes a general overview of basic information.6 ptsCThe introduction is present but missing enough to orient the reader to the topic.4 ptsDThe introduction is present.2 ptsFIt is difficult to tell if the introduction is present.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody of Information (~4 – 8 pages, including pictures)40 ptsASlides explain the following items related to the topic: location, distance, composition, and biologicals, and provide pictures and any current data if applicable.32 ptsBOnly 4 of the five items are presented clearly and detailed. Pictures are included on multiple slides.24 ptsCOnly 3 of the five items are presented clearly and detailed. Pictures are included on multiple slides.16 ptsDOnly 2 of the five items are presented clearly and detailed. Pictures are included on some slides.8 ptsFOnly 1 of the five items is presented clearly and detailed. Pictures are included on some slides.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.40 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeData (~1 – 2 pages, including charts)10 ptsAStatistical data about the topic is presented with appropriate charts. The charts are clearly described, and the implication of the data is explained.8 ptsBOnly 2 of the three items are presented transparently.6 ptsCOnly 2 of the three items are presented but in an unclear way.4 ptsDOnly 1 of the three items is presented transparently.2 ptsFOnly 1 of the three items is presented but in an unclear way.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis (~1 – 2 pages, including charts)10 ptsAThe analysis is precise and pulls together the data and body of the information section. In addition, the study helps readers understand concepts they may not have understood on their own.8 ptsBThe analysis is precise and pulls together the data and body of the information section.6 ptsCThe analysis is present but has gaps in the information.4 ptsDThe analysis is present.2 ptsFIt is difficult to tell if the analysis is present.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusions (~1 – 2 pages)10 ptsAThe conclusion summarizes the topic in detail and is an appropriate ending to the presentation.8 ptsBThe conclusion is clear and briefly summarizes the information.6 ptsCThe conclusion is present but has information gaps.4 ptsDThe conclusion is present.2 ptsFIt is difficult to tell if the conclusion is present.0 ptsNo MarksThe section is not present.10 ptsTotal Points: 100

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explan

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Unit 8 Assignment 1: Our Solar System Following all instructions and guidelines for submitting assignments.Unit 8 Assignment: Our Solar SystemEarth is a planet that sustains life as we know it. Discuss the location of Earth in the solar system and the features and composition of the Sun that allows life on Earth.
Analyze our solar system by breaking down the similarities and differences of the geocentric and heliocentric views. Applying the nebular theory, discuss the formation and characteristics of our Terrestrial and Jovian Planets compared to the Earth.
RubricSolar SystemCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting and Citations5 ptsASummary is well written, 500 words and sources are cited correctly.4 ptsBSummary has citations, but has a few writing errors and/or is less than 500 words3 ptsCSummary has citations, but is challenging to read and/or is less than 500 words2 ptsDSummary is written ok, but does not include properly cited sources1 ptsFSources are absent0 ptsNo MarksN/A5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDiscuss the location of the Earth with the solar system5 ptsAAnswer is correct, and provides clear evidence to support answer.4 ptsBAnswer is correct, but the explanation is lacking detail or little evidence is given3 ptsCAnswer is slightly incorrect (see notations on assignment) but has evidence to support claim2 ptsDAnswer is incorrect (see notations on assignment) and is missing evidence1 ptsFOnly partial answer is given without enough detail to determine correctness0 ptsNo MarksDoes not answer the question5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDiscuss the features and composition of the Sun that allows life on Earth10 ptsAAnswer is correct, and provides clear evidence to support answer.8 ptsBAnswer is correct, but the explanation is lacking detail or little evidence is given6 ptsCAnswer is slightly incorrect (see notations on assignment) but has evidence to support claim4 ptsDAnswer is incorrect (see notations on assignment) and is missing evidence2 ptsFOnly partial answer is given without enough detail to determine correctness0 ptsNo MarksDoes not answer the question10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBreak down the similarities and differences of the geocentric and heliocentric view10 ptsAAnswer is correct, and provides clear evidence to support answer.8 ptsBAnswer is correct, but the explanation is lacking detail or little evidence is given6 ptsCAnswer is slightly incorrect (see notations on assignment) but has evidence to support claim4 ptsDAnswer is incorrect (see notations on assignment) and is missing evidence2 ptsFOnly partial answer is given without enough detail to determine correctness0 ptsNo MarksDoes not answer the question10 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeApplying the nebular theory, discuss the formation and characteristics of our Terrestrial and Jovian Planets compared to the Earth10 ptsAAnswer is correct, and provides clear evidence to support answer.8 ptsBAnswer is correct, but the explanation is lacking detail or little evidence is given6 ptsCAnswer is slightly incorrect (see notations on assignment) but has evidence to support claim4 ptsDAnswer is incorrect (see notations on assignment) and is missing evidence2 ptsFOnly partial answer is given without enough detail to determine correctness0 ptsNo MarksDoes not answer the question10 ptsTotal Points: 40

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science discussion question and ne

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Unit 8 Discussion Follow all instructions and guidelines for submitting a discussion post.Unit 8 Discussion: The Solar SystemAfter viewing at least two of the following videos, please discuss your findings, express your interests in the topics that were covered and the knowledge that you gained.PBS Space Time. (2016, November 16). Strange Stars | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios [Video]. YouTube. space and astronomy. (2017, June 24). Monster BLACK HOLE | Full Documentary [Video]. YouTube. Science Channel. (2020, March 27). Are We Alone? | How the Universe Works [Video]. YouTube.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explan

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Final Project Presentation Your final project presentation will be focused on a topic that you select from the USGS Geological Service website. You can find the link in Unit 8 directly below this assignment tab. Research and choose one central topic area from the menu tabs on the top right of the home page. Provide a thorough review of your topic, including statistical data, location, distance, composition, and biologicals, and provide pictures and any current information if applicable. You will also find one peer-reviewed journal article about your selected topic. In the “Getting Started” module, you will find a lib-guide explicitly created for this course, and it will provide you with a wealth of peer-reviewed journal articles that you may use for this assignment. Be sure to give a URL for your journal article. Submit your presentation to this area when complete. https://www.usgs.gov/ – The professor stated this website, but I have no clue what is needed for that part of the assignment, the direction’s provided was terrible. Presentation requirements:Title Page (1 slide)
Introduction (1- 2 slides)
Body of Information (4 – 8 slides, not including pictures)
Data (1 – 2 slides, including charts)
Analysis (1 – 2 slides, including charts)
Conclusions (1 – 2 slides)
References (as many as needed) APA styles

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science discussion question and ne

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Unit 8 DiscussionUnit A: Unit Activity: Investigating the Cryosphere: Analyzing Ice Cover – Past and PresentProvide a brief summary of your answers to Part A and Part B from Unit A Activity. (These parts were taken from “Layered Earth) – https://justpaste.it/959zb – Go to this website for that assignment.Discuss the overall changes that the ice caps have undergone over the last 20,000 years. What will be some of the issues that humans and the environment will need to face in the next 1000 years if the present decline in the ice caps continues at its current rate? Find one peer-reviewed journal article that pertains to the decline of the ice caps, provide a brief overview of the research, and be sure to document and provide your citation/reference. You have access to the library guide found on the Home page under the “Getting Started” tab. This library guide is specific to Geology, so you should have an easy time finding pertinent articles on all subjects covered in this course.

Please summarize 2-3 key ideas from each of the following six topics. Please t

Please summarize 2-3 key ideas from each of the following six topics. Please title and number your summaries as follows:
RESTORING ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY
1- Changing Perspectives (Rights of Ecologies)
2- Eco Restoration Camp Movement
3- Steering the Sierra Club (a conservation organization) in a new direction
ECOLOGICAL DESIGN
1- Nature Calls the Shots
2- lo-TEK
3- Architecture for People and Planet

Lab Exam 3 Research Paper Previous Next Instructions Each student will prepare

Lab Exam 3 Research Paper
Previous Next
Instructions
Each student will prepare and submit a minimum 1,500 word paper w/ references describing an environmental issue and think about potential solutions to the problem. The assignment will help students practice successful written communication skills. The format and writing style of the paper will be left up to the student’s preference. Additionally, students can decide on the number of references they want to use, just be sure to include them.
The completed paper is to be submitted through D2L > Course Activities > Assignments and the due date is located in the syllabus course outline section. This will count as Lab Exam 3.

1 .Discuss the sources and beneficial uses of municipal solid waste. 2.Describe

1 .Discuss the sources and beneficial uses of municipal solid waste.
2.Describe the differences between garbage,rubbish,and trash.
3.Eloaborate on the four characteristics of optimun routing of MSW collection trucks.
4.Explain the purpose of transfer stations
5.Provide two postive and two negative aspectsof incinerators
6.describe the purpose of composting
7.discuess four differences between dumps and landfills
8.address the following question, if each person in a city of 20,000 people generates 5 pounds per day of MSW,how many pounds pf MSW are genersted in a years in the city ?
9. address the following questions, in a different city,if the landfill volume required per year is 300,000 m3, and the average fill depth is 15 m, what is the required landfill area (m2) per year ?