[SOLVED] Aerosol Optical Depth

Below is the instructions for the Review Paper given By the Professor: Environmental Literature Review Paper:  What is it? A review article is not an original study. It examines previous studies and compiles their data and evidence to reach a conclusion that is statistically stronger than any in the single studies, mainly because of having more study subjects and more diversity among subjects. A good review usually concentrates on a theme, such as different theories, information on the progress of developing a new medical device, or how past developments influence new discoveries. A review might also ask that more resources be used to continue research in that specific field.  Literature Searches Authors must ensure that the sources are legitimate research studies and so only use Google Scholar to find scientific articles for your review. Sources such as Popular Science and WebMD.com are not allowed to be used as sources for review articles. Your paper should include a minimum of 5 references. Manuscript Preparation Times New Roman, 12 point, 1.0-inch margins on all four sides, and 1.5 line spacing. No more than 5 pages (including cover page and references).  OUTLINE of Environmental Literature Review Paper: 1) Title page • Main title (possibly, short title) • Author name and affiliation (Roseane R Brown, Student of Environmental Science, Miami Dade College) 2) Abstract • Main points of the project should be outlined • Subheadings should be included (e.g., objective, methods, results, and conclusions) • The length of the abstract should be between 200 and 250 words • No citations included within the abstract • Acronyms and abbreviations should be included only if used more than once 3) Introduction • Background information on the topic should be discussed • Introduction must address the objective (research question) • Text should be written in present tense 4) Methods • Should be written in past tense • Should provide information necessary to repeat the review • Search strategies, inclusion and exclusion criteria, data sources and geographical information, characteristics of study subjects, and statistical analyses used should be included 5) Results • Authors must include all the results • Their relevance to the objective should be mentioned 6) Discussion • Background information and objective can be reiterated • Results and their relevance clearly and concisely discussed 7) Conclusions • This section should discuss the objective discussed in the introduction. This section should discuss the implications of the findings, interpretations, and identify unresolved questions. 8) References • You must be able to cite your source according to one of the following formats: MLA, Turabian, or APA.     Review of Research Papers about…..Any topic you like: Water pollution Urbanization Air Pollution Green Spaces Environmental Regulations Air Water Soil Soil degradation Desertification *   ( I believe my subject it will fit under one of these topics) Extreme Weather * (  believe my subject it will fit under one of these topics) Species Conservation Fragmentation of Land Renewable Energies  Outline of Research Paper  Title Page Abstract Introduction Methods Results Discussion Conclusion References Requirements: MUST REVIEW AT LEAST 4 PAPERS EXAMPLE:  A Scoping Review Mapping Research on Green Space and Associated Mental Health Benefits Charlotte Wendelboe-Nelson 1,*, Sarah Kelly 2 , Marion Kennedy 2 and John W. Cherrie 1,3 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6616579/pdf/ijerph-16-02081.pdf Water pollution in Pakistan and its impact on public health — A review Azizullah Azizullah a , Muhammad Nasir Khan Khattak b , Peter Richter a, ?, Donat-Peter Häder a  https://s3.amazonaws.com/academia.edu.documents/51091874/Water_Pollution_in_Pakistan_and_Its_Impa20161228-4425-gj6dja.pdf?response-content-disposition=inline%3B%20filename%3DWater_pollution_in_Pakistan_and_its_impa.pdf&X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Credential=AKIAIWOWYYGZ2Y53UL3A%2F20200226%2Fus-east-1%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Date=20200226T234641Z&X-Amz-Expires=3600&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&X-Amz-Signature=84d54b420b1b029a1227cc186ad8a160daaa78c99c45c0c27d6718cb5928e83e * Can ornamental potted plants remove volatile organic compounds from indoor air? — a review https://greenplantsforgreenbuildings.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Dela-Cruz-2014-review-on-phytoremediation-with-indoor-plants-2.pdf ABSTRACT Background: There is a growing interest in research investigating the association between green space (GS) and mental health and wellbeing (HWB), in order to understand the underlying mechanisms. Accordingly, there is a need to map the literature and create an overview of the research. Methods: A scoping review approach was used to map literature on GS, including context and co-exposures (the GS exposome), and their associations with mental HWB. The review considers mental HWB definitions and measurements and how GS is characterized. Furthermore, the review aims to identify knowledge gaps and make recommendations for future research. Results: We identified a great diversity in study designs, definitions, outcome measures, consideration of the totality of the GS exposome, and reporting of results. Around 70% of the 263 reviewed studies reported a positive association between some aspect of GS and HWB. However, there is a limited amount of research using randomized controlled crossover trails (RCTs) and mixed methods and an abundance of qualitative subjective research. Conclusions: The discords between study designs, definitions, and the reporting of results makes it difficult to aggregate the evidence and identify any potential causal mechanisms. We propose key points to consider when defining and quantifying GS and make recommendations for reporting on research investigating GS and mental HWB. This review highlights a need for large well-designed RCTs that reliably measure the GS exposome in relation to mental HWB. Keywords: green space; mental health and wellbeing; exposome

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[SOLVED] Industrial Ergonomics

Please don’t copy past anything from the internet , and citation should be right       Book :  Stack, T., Ostrom, L. T., & Wilhelmsen, C. A. (2016). Occupational ergonomics: A practical approach. Wiley.          https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9781118814291   For the online BOOK:   https://online.vitalsource.com   username: [email protected] password: shehadeH3!   CSU Online Library: http://libguides.columbiasouthern.edu/history   Username: ahmed.shehadeh1 Password: shehadeH3   Citation Guide: please look in page 6 of this link : https://www.columbiasouthern.edu/downloads/pdf/success/citation-guide   Professors Notes–Unit VI In Unit V, we learned how to mitigate common workplace stressors.  In this week’s lesson, we will be reading chapters 12 and 13 in your book.  We will cover manual materials handling and work-related musculoskeletal disorders. Consideration of materials handling is very important in discussing the fundamentals of ergonomics because just about all organizations in the manufacturing and construction sectors require employees to handle materials.  As you are well aware, when it comes to handling materials of any sort, you are frequently required to bend, lift, twist, and reach. If these types of movements are conducted frequently and under load, they can cause a range of musculoskeletal disorders, which we will also consider in this unit.     Assignment : Question 1 Explain the relationship between the L5-S1 vertebrae and how a bulging disc might affect the spinal nerve. Be very specific by using anatomical terminology. What strategies could you recommend to avoid these types of injuries? Your response should be 175 words.   Question 2   Imagine that you are leading a training event to help prevent back injuries, and you are teaching students the proper way to lift. Describe, in detail, your recommended steps for lifting a box from a tabletop and placing the box on the floor in a way that would not create any pain or ergonomics issue(s). Your response should be 175 words.

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[SOLVED]  Persuasive Research Paper 

This is a persuasive research paper. I would prefer this paper to be on an environmental issue. This paper must be 100% original.  Assignment Details  “Your research paper will be persuasive in nature. Choose a topic you feel strongly about and provide facts, stats, etc. to back up your opinion/stand you are taking. I want to see sources, facts, statistics, etc. to prove your point…and don’t forget to DOCUMENT those sources using M.L.A. documentation style. Choosing a topic that is of interest to you makes for an easy paper. Persuasive Writing is listed under “Arguing a Position” in our textbook. *I have combined this paper with your final research paper. You will have weeks to work on this, so set it up correctly! Please use spell check and EDIT before you submit!”

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[SOLVED] Alternative Fossil Fuels

This is a research paper and you must use credible and up to date (last 5 years) sources only. We will be doing short research papers this semester and you can use them for this semester project. The most likely sources will be publications such as Physics Today, Physics News, PhysicsWorld.com News, Scientific American, New Scientist, and many others that you can find in the TWU electronic library (link to databases  (Links to an external site.) ). Wikipedia, other news outlets, and blogs which allow any public user to edit their contents are not appropriate sources. The mentioned sources can be a great place to start, just be sure to track the sources to the original study so that you know you are reporting peer-reviewed data and content. Writing Tips:   Grammar, syntax, diction, and spelling: Well- formulated sentences, paragraphs, and sections thoughtful, appropriate, and precise word choice Words spelled correctly, no basic grammatical errors Organization/Structure: Clear statement of purpose/thesis Informs reader of what essay will accomplish  Logically organized, good transitions, coheres as a whole Scholarship Adequate research of relevant resources  Follows stated format guidelines Reasoning Comprehension of material, demonstrated grasp of key concepts Well-reasoned and supported arguments and interpretations Original and/or fruitful insights developed in clear ways    Paper Outline: Your paper must reference at least five peer reviewed journal articles for groups and at least three for individuals. The paper also must include at least two diagrams and/or illustrations, and one for individuals.    Cover page   Introduction: Summary of articles: How articles relate to you and your future Social: Policy- Are there policies that support solutions or support more damage? Cultural- does religion or tradition hurt or support solutions? Humanity- does your topic or solutions to your topic create suffering for living things? Environmental: What does Science say? Economic: Who profits from supporting the root of the problem?  Who profits from supporting regulation of the problem?  Solutions: Conclusion: What is your biggest takeaway?

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[SOLVED] Developed and Developing Nations

One argument in the debate surrounding globalization is about the inequality between developed and developing nations. Explain how reduced barriers to trade and investment might help reduce this inequality.

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[SOLVED] Environmental Hazards

Environmental Hazards Increase in Environment Related Health Hazards in Recent Years The study of environmental health is crucial to one’s understanding of the hazards and potential adverse effects posed by environmental agents and the extent to which environmental factors play a role in human disease. This foundation is essential for being an effective advocate for preventing environmentally caused diseases and for more advanced study of environmental health issues. Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research on the topic, “Health Hazards Caused Due to the Environment in the Recent Past.” On the basis of your research and understanding of the topic, create a 3- to 4-page (except the title and the reference pages) Microsoft Word document that addresses the following questions: Discuss one type of environmental health problem that you have in your own community. Explain how you can determine whether you are exposed to increased levels of environmental hazards in your home. Identify and explain the types of associations found between environmental hazards and health outcomes. Explain a relationship between exposure to a hazard in the environment and degenerative brain disease, such as Alzheimer. Explain why children are more vulnerable to environmental toxins than adults. What types of policies are needed to protect vulnerable populations from environmental hazards? Submission Details Support your responses with reasoning and examples. Cite any sources in APA format.

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[SOLVED] Scholarly Research Journals

Examples of greenwashing (Volkswagon scandal, Tyson chicken), Scholarly research journals.

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[SOLVED] Predict Seagrass Habitats

2 pages, single space 11 font Topic: Like rainforests, seagrasses are disappearing from the earth’s surface. Seagrasses are underwater forests that provide food and shelter for a wide array of animals, including crabs, turtles, and birds (some of which are critical to local economies). In this report, as a marine ecologist, you’ll use known seagrass habitats around the United States to predict where seagrass grows worldwide. Seagrasses, regardless of temperatures, tend to grow in similar coastal conditions. Prepare a report that describe/restate the topic above.  (1 Page) Refer to website  https://learn.arcgis.com/en/projects/predict-seagrass-habitats-with-machine-learning/ Prepare a summary for each section referred on website above: (1 Page) Section 1: Create a training dataset Section 2: Perform random forest classification Section 3: Evaluate the prediction result Provide an overall conclusion

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[SOLVED] Environmental Impact of Road deicers

1.A short description of the topic and A short description of why it interests you. 2. A well-organized outline of the results and conclusions from given references. 3. Along with a critical analysis developed from your own consideration of these studies. References is included, If you need more use recent (2018, 2019, 2020) peer reviewed literature only.

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[SOLVED] Activated Carbon used for in Situ Remediation

15 page double space research paper on activated carbon used in In situ remediation. Generally just gathering information such as cost and different kinds of remediation. I will attach a word document outlining key elements that should be included in this research paper.

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