Biology – Ecology

Final Pa.per Part II – Outline & Literature Search

  Please provide me with a brief outline of your p. aper.  See the mail I sent titled “Biol108 MUST READ Part II Paper” for more guidance on writing an outline. The paper will be five to six pages and you need at least ten sources.  The sources can be from the peer-reviewed scientific literature, review papers, or reports from credible organizations.  …

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L6A04

  What are your thoughts about the role of homework during the initial stage of a group?  What kind of homework do you see as being particularly valuable? Discuss the purpose of group expectations. Create group expectations for your group. 300 words

L6A00

  300 words must be in look like example attach   List the signs and symptoms that point to a mental health diagnosis in the case. Describe the other case details you would need to know for treatment planning and explain your reasoning. List and describe the treatment interventions you would use for this case …

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Evolution Exploration Activity

Answer the questions below, save this file as a .docx, and upload this file to the correct Exploration Activity submission location. https://ed.ted.com/on/BwHC69Lx https://www.khanacademy.org/science/ap-biology/natural-selection/natural-selection-ap/v/biodiversity-and-natural-selection-two https://www.khanacademy.org/science/ap-biology/natural-selection/natural-selection-ap/a/darwin-evolution-natural-selection

Acting Locally Paper – Conservation Biology – 900 Words

Choose a pair of related aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems to research. Your choices must meet the following criteria: The aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems must be closely associated. For example, a fen (aquatic) in an alpine meadow or forest (terrestrial), an islet (terrestrial) in a marine bay (aquatic), or a river system (aquatic) in a desert (terrestrial) …

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heavy metals extraction: chemical industry, oil refineries and pesticides

Site information: Provide information on the source(s), amount, extent, fate, and transport characteristics of the contaminant(s) at each site. Be as specific as possible. Include soil and hydrogeology, as applicable.  Remediation technology review: Present a general review of current remediation technologies applicable to each site. Do not limit it to biological remediation. Include biological, physical, chemical, and thermal technologies.  …

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