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the topic is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease   II. Introduction–includes d

the topic is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease   II. Introduction–includes definition, overview, age and gender preferences, if applicable.III.Epidemiology -Where did this disease first emerge, any particular pattern of disease occurrence, incidencerate, distribution, and possible control of diseases and other factors relating to health.IV.Transmission -How is the disease transmitted from host to host?(If applicable)V.Etiology&/or Risk Factors–cause/s of the disease. What is the infectious agent(if infectious in origin)?  What type of micro-organism is it?  Does it fall into a group of similar…

Unit VIII Project Instructions Human Impact on Climate Change PowerPoint After l

Unit VIII Project Instructions Human Impact on Climate Change PowerPoint After learning about several ways in which our everyday actions impact climate change, choose one action to conduct more research on and create a PowerPoint presentation to tell us more! Use the unit material and reliable online resources to gather more information. There are several ideas with information throughout the unit but there is even more information out in the world! Think about what you do every day, and how…

Using your own words, write a short descriptive essay that defines and explains

Using your own words, write a short descriptive essay that defines and explains selected environmental impacts of deforestation. As you write, imagine you are talking to a friend who has no knowledge of this topic. In short, write the way you speak, using a conversational tone. Also, try to alternate short sentences and longer sentences to make your writing more readable. 4 pages in length, APA format

Unit VI Journal Instructions Watch the following video: https://www.nasa.gov/mp4

Unit VI Journal Instructions Watch the following video: https://www.nasa.gov/mp4/259924main_DeadzoneWebShort.mp4 Click here for a copy of the transcript. In your own words, summarize how a dead zone forms along populated coasts. What are the major sources of the excess nutrients? Consider your community. What are some of the major sources of nutrient runoff that you see on a regular basis? Do you contribute to this problem? Discuss at least two ways in which you, personally, can reduce your impact on ocean…

Unit V Journal Instructions Watch the following video segment titled “Humans: De

Unit V Journal Instructions Watch the following video segment titled "Humans: Destroyers of Ecosystems": New Atlantis (Producer). (2002). The sixth extinction: The human role [Video file]. Retrieved from https://libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/login?auth=CAS&url=http://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=273866&xtid=33721&loid=27830 Click here for a transcript of this video segment. How much time did you spend outside as a child/teenager? Describe your experiences with forestland or other natural environments. Are those areas still in their natural state? Even if you have not spent much time outdoors, have you seen natural areas become…

you learned about global climate change and the various causes thereof.  Compare

you learned about global climate change and the various causes thereof.  Compare and contrast how natural- and human-induced processes have  influenced global climate change. Be sure to include changes that have  occurred in the past as well as those presently occurring. In your  opinion, what is the greatest factor influencing global climate change?  Defend your position. 

Instructions Human Impact on Climate Change PowerPoint After learning about seve

Instructions Human Impact on Climate Change PowerPoint After learning about several ways in which our everyday actions impact climate change, choose one action to conduct more research on and create a PowerPoint presentation to tell us more! Use the unit material and reliable online resources to gather more information. There are several ideas with information throughout the unit but there is even more information out in the world! Think about what you do every day, and how the activity uses…

Instructions Congratulations on making it to the end of the course! We hope you

Instructions Congratulations on making it to the end of the course! We hope you have discovered more about the world around you. What was the most surprising thing you learned in this course? What is one thing you learned in this course that can be applied to your life right now? Was there any material that you struggled with? How would you explain climate change to a family member? What would be the hardest part to explain? Your journal entry…