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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 ?

Discuss how the solid waste in your residence columbus, ohio is collected and pr

Discuss how the solid waste in your residence columbus, ohio is collected and processed,do you put waste on the curb or for collection ?do you have anybsepartion prior to its collection ? does the city use recyling, composting, waste to energy or other beneficial process ? describe the landfill where the solid waste is ultimatley sent ? 200 word journal with no citations needed or refeernces

The Drake Passage is in the southern ocean between South America and the Antarct

The Drake Passage is in the southern ocean between South America and the Antarctic Peninsula. It’s home to some of the world’s roughest seas and is notorious for causing even experienced travelers to become seasick.
Why do you think waves in the Drake Passage are so large?
How do conditions in the Drake Passage compare to conditions in fully developed seas in other parts of the world?
3 factors that contribute to development of wind waves, think about what they’d be like at this location, and discuss each of them.

Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Chapters 7 and 8 in your

Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Chapters 7 and 8 in your course textbook.
Now that you have cast your votes for the Arzaville Alternative Energy Plan, it is time to explain your choices to the class. Please make a post of at least words in which you
Identify (briefly) the plan elements on which you voted.
Explain why you selected each one.
The votes are
Nuclear power
Installing wind turbines
Concentrated solar power system

Simultaneous or concurrent environmental hazards are far from rare. The 1923 ear

Simultaneous or concurrent environmental hazards are far from rare. The 1923 earthquake, which hit Tokyo and Yokohama, led to an inferno fanned (rather than extinguished) by a typhoon, with over 100,000 dead. One of the largest volcanic eruptions of the 20th century, Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in 1991 coincided with the landfall of a major typhoon. When it comes to concurrent disasters, social scientists are only beginning to explore the cumulative effect of multi-hazard exposure, and few have explored the social effects of multiple hazards layered onto one another (Laska et al. 2015, Lindell and Hwang, 2008; Mohammad and Peek, 2019 are notable exceptions).
For this project, you will have to research simultaneous or concurrent environmental hazards. You should focus on the occurrence of events that happened simultaneously with COVID – 19. Make sure you find at least six events that happened in the USA or elsewhere.
Define what concurrent or multiple disasters are.
Write a summary of each event.
Discuss the challenges encountered during these events. For instance, did everything went as planned?
If you cannot find any description of the challenges, what are the issues that may have occurred based on the characteristics of the hazards?
What lessons can be learned by comparing all these events? Prepare a table to compare all the events and lesson learned and describe it in your essay.
Write an 8-page long essay, double space, font 12, where you answer the above questions.
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After the refernce page list all six enviromental hazarad

Required reading will be in attached files. Part 1 Our Applied Knowledge Board t

Required reading will be in attached files.
Part 1
Our Applied Knowledge Board topic for this week is a deeper dive into thinking about perspectives of forest ecology, here focused on Traditional and Western knowledge “systems”.
First, read this short (seven pages) review paper:
Lake, F.K., Giardina, C.P., Parrotta, J., Davidson-Hunt, I., 2018. Considering diverse knowledge systems in forest landscape restoration, in: Forest Landscape Restoration: Integrated Approaches to Support Effective ImplementationLinks to an external site.
While you’re reading, keep notes that will allow you to provide an answer the following reading prompt question:
From your perspective and reading the Lake et al (2018) paper, what are two similarities and two differences when comparing Traditional and Western knowledge systems of forest ecology?
Submit your 150-300 word response to the question above. Please use full sentences and check your grammar and spelling before posting.
Part 2
Do some research to look for information on:
Traditional uses of forest landscapes near your home (Salem, Oregon), and
Find out what tribal communities lived on this land prior to European colonization (the Native Land website (Links to an external site.) may be helpful).
https://guides.library.oregonstate.edu/land-acknowledgments
https://usdac.us/nativeland/
For b) please loop back to the OSU land acknowledgement in our “Start Here” materials as an example. You don’t need to provide a full land acknowledgement for your area, but please do integrate components of the OSU example. If you find a formal land acknowledgement for your area, please include it in addition to your own written summary and provide a citation for where you found it.
Submit a brief summary of your findings, 100-200 words. Please use full sentences and check your grammar and spelling before posting. Provide links/description of your information sources, but formal citation style is not required.

Guiding question: How can tools and approaches used to examine the exposome help

Guiding question: How can tools and approaches used to examine the exposome help
us determine mechanistic relationships between environmental exposures and health
effects?
Read What is new in the exposome?. Also skim at least one of Use of the “Exposome”
in the Practice of Epidemiology or Applying the exposome concept in birth cohort
research.
Using and appropriately crediting ideas from these articles and the asynchronous
content, discuss how incorporating exposome concepts/approaches can affect choices
related to each of the following:
• Research questions
• Exposure definitions and measurement methods
• Outcomes
• Study populations
• Study designs
• Timing of studies
• Statistical analyses
Next, thinking about how we assess mechanistic relationships between environmental
exposures and health outcomes, identify at least one advantage, one opportunity, and
one challenge in incorporating exposome concepts/approaches for each of the
following:
• Understanding absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of environmental
toxicants
• The role of biomarkers
• Integrating multiple -omics types
• Identifying causal questions and/or well-defined research questions
• Describing causal pathways
• Identifying and/or assessing interactions among environmental factors
Your answers may be presented in tabular and/or narrative format

Answer the question: This is not a ‘Greatest Hits’ of what you know about regula

Answer the question: This is not a ‘Greatest Hits’ of what you know about regulatory
and participatory environmental policy instruments. I am asking you to compare
systematically (to each other!) their strengths and weaknesses. This may require a
short (!) explanation of what these two types of policy instruments are, but other than
that do not lose the plot – focus on the strengths and weaknesses. Nothing else!
• Prioritise breadth over depth: This means that an essay that identified and discussed
seven strengths and weaknesses, and which remained relatively superficial in doing
so due to space restrictions, will receive a better mark than a piece of work that
identified two strengths and weaknesses only, but presented them in depth. I am
interested in the big picture.
• Reasoned opinions: Do not only mention the strengths and weaknesses, but explain
what it is, within the logic of regulatory and participatory policy instruments, that
makes these instruments strong or weak in specific fields of application. Do not only
provide unfounded opinions (rambling) but provide arguments, i.e. reasoned
opinions. Convince your reader
Readings: Use the essential and recommended readings extensively and harvest
their list of references or the University Library catalogue for further readings that may
strengthen your answer. Avoid referencing the lectures themselves. Instead look for
another source.
• Structure: Every text should have section headlines. Every! No matter which unit you
study and in which context you write a text. Headlines are a must. Make sure that the
headlines reflect the contents of whatever follows. It is not very useful to have
headlines such as “Rome”, “Paris” or “Stockholm” when the text under “Rome” covers
Rome and Berlin and the text under “Stockholm” covers Lisbon and Madrid. The last
sentence of your intro should offer a short summary of how you have organised your
essay. Make sure that the introduction and conclusion together do not exceed 15 per
cent of the overall word count. Keep the rest for the main part of your essay.
• Writing: Do not waffle – simply answer the question. The word count is a great
challenge here, so do not waste precious words with off-topic statements about the
importance of environmental policy making or about the difficulty to tackle
contemporary challenges such as climate change or biodiversity loss. Be concise.
This does not mean: to say less. It means: say the same with fewer words. Do not
repeat yourself all the time.