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This lab will enable you to simulate the bioremediation of a marine oil spill.

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, read the Oil Spill Bioremediation investigation manual Download Oil Spill Bioremediation investigation manual. This lab will enable you to simulate the bioremediation of a marine oil spill.
Take the required photos and complete all parts of the lab assignment (calculations, data tables, etc.). Use the Lab Worksheet Download Lab Worksheet as a resource to complete the Lab Report Template Download Lab Report Template. Transfer any answers and visual elements from the Lab Worksheet into the Lab Report Template. You will submit the Lab Report Template through Waypoint in the classroom.
Make sure to complete all of the following items before submission:
Before you begin the assignment, read the Oil Spill Bioremediation investigation manual Download Oil Spill Bioremediation investigation manual; you may also wish to review the video, SCI207 – The Scientific Method (Links to an external site.).
https://ashford.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/SCI207+-+THE+SCIENTIFIC+METHOD/1_5325onvq
Complete all activities using materials in your kit, augmented by additional materials that you will supply. Photograph the setup following these instructions:
When taking lab photos, you need to include in each image a strip of paper with your name and the date clearly written on it.
Use the Lab Worksheet Download Lab Worksheet as a resource to complete the Lab Report Template Download Lab Report Template.
Must use at least two credible sources outside of the textbook and lab manual.
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What do you notice?

Response posts to fellow students (optional) are due by Day 7. Prior to beginning this assignment, please listen to the podcast, ‘The Sound of a Snail’: A Patient’s Greatest Comfort (Links to an external site.).
https://www.npr.org/2010/08/28/129475625/the-sound-of-a-snail-a-patients-greatest-comfort
Throughout this course, we have been exploring environmental issues and challenges, such as fresh drinking water scarcity and biodiversity loss. But what would our own lives be like without nature? How might nature experiences benefit us? In this activity, you are asked to spend time in nature, record your experiences, and then share your reflections with the class. This project is due on Day 3 (Thursday) of this week. Incorporate feedback that you have received and complete the sections below.
Go Outdoors: Find a place outside where you can be in nature for at least one hour. This could be a national, state, or local park, a city square with trees and gardens, an old cemetery, or even your own backyard. Be creative. For those of you who may think there is no nature whatsoever around you or you will not have the opportunity to get out into nature, the podcast ‘The Sound of a Snail’: A Patient’s Greatest Comfort (Links to an external site.) will give you get a sense of creative ways to complete this assignment, particularly if you are living in a highly urbanized setting.
https://www.npr.org/transcripts/129475625
Observe: Once you are outdoors, choose a comfortable spot where you can stand or sit quietly for at least 1 hour of uninterrupted solitude. Turn off all electronic devices. Quietly take in your surroundings. What do you notice? Use your senses of sight, hearing, smell, and feeling to take the world in. Be as still and quiet as you can.
Please note: You should plan to complete this step no later than Week 4.
Write: Either while you are outdoors or as soon after your return as you can, set aside at least a half an hour of uninterrupted time to write about your nature experience. It should include both what you directly experienced during your time outdoors and your feelings and reflections on the experience itself. In your writing, consider this question: Are human beings a part of nature, or apart from it?
Please note: You should plan to complete this step no later than Week 4. It is not necessary to share your journal work with anyone, but taking the time to write about your experience will provide you with valuable raw material for the next step.
Create: Choose a creative means of sharing your nature experience, and what you learned from it, with the class. This could take the form of a series of photographs with captions, a poem, a song, a brief personal essay, a work of art, the design for a board game, a video of some kind, or any other creative avenue you can think of. The work should be entirely your own product.
Please note: You should plan to start on this step by Week 4 at the latest.
Share: Share your completed creative project with the class by uploading it to the Nature Experience Project discussion board by Day 3 of this week. If your work is entirely visual or auditory (e.g., fine art, photography, music, etc.), please include a brief statement of 100 to 200 words that (1) relates your work back to your original nature experience; and (2) relates your work to the question of whether you feel you are a part of nature or apart from it. Upload visual or auditory content to an online repository that allows you to share a link to the content with others. Follow the directions for uploading your video to YouTube (Android Upload videos (Links to an external site.); iPhone/iPad Upload videos (Links to an external site.)) or other web-based video platform to obtain the link to share with others. Audio can be recorded or uploaded in Vocaroo (See Vocaroo’s (Links to an external site.) for more information).
https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/57407?hl=en&co=GENIE.Platform%3DAndroid&oco=1
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Disposability consciousness (links to an external site.)

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Chapter 9 and 10 of the course textbook. Also, view these two short videos on reducing waste:
Disposability Consciousness (Links to an external site.) and Two Adults, Two Kids, Zero Waste | Bea Johnson | TEDxFoggyBottom (Links to an external site.).


In this week’s discussion, you will recalculate your ecological footprints from Week 1 and determine whether or not your actions taken over the past five weeks have made a difference in the size of your footprints. You will also have the opportunity to discuss additional actions one might take to live more sustainably. In particular, you are encouraged to focus on techniques for reducing the amount of waste that we generate in our everyday lives.
Complete the following:
First, redo your three footprint calculations from Week 1: your ecological footprint (What Is Your Ecological Footprint? (Links to an external site.)); your household carbon emissions footprint (Carbon Footprint Calculator (Links to an external site.)), and your daily water footprint (Water Footprint Calculator (Links to an external site.)).
http://www.footprintcalculator.org/home/en
https://www3.epa.gov/carbon-footprint-calculator/

Home


Copy and paste the footprint table below into your post and complete the table with your data. You can also access the Footprint Table here Download Footprint Table here. Calculate the differences between your Week 1 and Week 5 footprint data.
Compare your new answers from the ones you obtained back in Week 1. How did the footprints change, if at all? Do you suspect that any changes are the result of the actions you took? Why or why not?
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Complete the virtual lab activities as indicated.

This laboratory exercise is a virtual one in which you will explore concepts related to global climate, including how the greenhouse effect works, the effects of albedo on surface temperature, and the impacts of melting glacier and sea ice on sea level. Before you begin, please review SCI207 – The Scientific Method (Links to an external site.) presentation video. When you have finished, please access the Climate Change Virtual Lab here.
https://ashford.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/SCI207+-+THE+SCIENTIFIC+METHOD/1_5325onvq
https://carolinascienceonline.com/players/lti/lti.html?resourceId=386451&contextId=2b5f18c7e65a62952b680ceadc8cced349da435e&consumerKey=61b785b6b65e81296e106f4f&resultsUrl=&resultSourceId=
The Process
Complete the virtual lab activities as indicated. Along the way, be sure to print/save all graphs that you generate. When you have completed the lab, print/save your Lab Notebook. Use this Lab Notebook as a resource to complete the Lab Report Template. Transfer any answers and visual elements from your Lab Notebook into the Lab Report Template. For one section of the template, on Sources of Error in the lab activity, you will can simply copy that paragraph directly from your Lab Notebook. You will submit the Lab Report Template only through Waypoint in the classroom.
The Assignment
Make sure to complete all of the following items before submission:
– Use your Lab Notebook as a resource to complete the Lab Report Template Download Lab Report Template.
– You must use at least two credible sources outside of the textbook and lab manual to write your report (as indicated on the Template).
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Please write all references in the last page.

Please choose 3 topics to write in each unit, and each for one page. And also, please indicate which topic have you choose and write a title for each, thanks. Total are 12 discussions. Please write all references in the last page.

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Print/save a copy of your completed lab notebook.

This laboratory exercise is a virtual one in which you will explore concepts related to global climate, including how the greenhouse effect works, the effects of albedo on surface temperature, and the impacts of melting glacier and sea ice on sea level. Before you begin, please review SCI207 – The Scientific Method (Links to an external site.) presentation video. When you have finished, please access the Climate Change Virtual Lab here.
https://ashford.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/SCI207+-+THE+SCIENTIFIC+METHOD/1_5325onvq
https://carolinascienceonline.com/players/lti/lti.html?resourceId=386451&contextId=2b5f18c7e65a62952b680ceadc8cced349da435e&consumerKey=61b785b6b65e81296e106f4f&resultsUrl=&resultSourceId=
Complete the virtual lab activities as indicated. Along the way, be sure to print/save all graphs that you generate. When you have completed the lab, print/save your Lab Notebook. Use this Lab Notebook as a resource to complete the Lab Report Template. Transfer any answers and visual elements from your Lab Notebook into the Lab Report Template. For one section of the template, on Sources of Error in the lab activity, you will can simply copy that paragraph directly from your Lab Notebook. You will submit the Lab Report Template only through Waypoint in the classroom.
Make sure to complete all of the following items before submission:
before you begin the assignment review SCI207 – The Scientific Method (Links to an external site.) presentation video.
https://ashford.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/SCI207+-+THE+SCIENTIFIC+METHOD/1_5325onvq
Complete all activities in the virtual lab. Print/save all graphs to paste into your lab report. Print/save a copy of your completed Lab Notebook.
– Use your Lab Notebook as a resource to complete the Lab Report Template Download Lab Report Template.
-You must use at least two credible sources outside of the textbook and lab manual to write your report (as indicated on the Template).
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All references, however, should be cited in your work and listed at the end, following apa style expectations.

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, read Chapters 7 and 8 in your course textbook.
The purpose of this assignment is twofold: first, to enable you to explore a term (concept, technique, place, etc.) related to this week’s theme of sustaining atmosphere and climate; second, to provide your first contribution to a collective project, the Class Sustainable Living Guide. Your work this week, will be gathered (along with that of your peers) into a master document you will receive a few days after the end of the course. The document will provide everyone with a variety of ideas for how we can all live more sustainably in our homes and communities.
To complete this assignment,
I chose “Fossil Fuels”.
Download the Week 4 Assignment Template Download Week 4 Assignment Template available in the course and replace the guiding text with your own words based upon your online research.
Please do not include a cover page. All references, however, should be cited in your work and listed at the end, following APA Style expectations.
In the template, you will
– Define the term thoroughly, in your own words.
-Explain the importance of the term using evidence.
-Discuss how the term affects living things and the physical world.
-Suggest two specific actions that you and your peers might take to promote environmental sustainability in relation to the term.
-Explain exactly how those actions will aid in safeguarding our environment in relation to your chosen term.
-Provide detailed examples to support your ideas.
The Sustainable Living Guide Contributions: Sustaining Our Atmosphere and Climate paper
Must be a minimum of three paragraphs in length (not including title, any quoted text, or references)
Must utilize academic voice.
Must use at least two scholarly sources in addition to the course text. To receive optimal credit, use at least one scholarly source from a peer-reviewed academic journal. To aid you in your research, and particularly in locating scholarly sources via the UAGC Library or using Google Scholar, please review the following UAGC videos and tutorials:
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Unit VI Scholarly Activity Weight: 10% of course grade Grading Rubric Instructio

Unit VI Scholarly Activity
Weight: 10% of course grade
Grading Rubric
Instructions
Using t Test and ANOVA With Sun Coast Remediation Data Set
Using the Sun Coast Remediation data set, perform an independent samples t Test, dependent samples t Test, and ANOVA, and interpret the results.
You will utilize Microsoft Excel Toolpak for this assignment.
Example:
Independent Sample t Test
Restate the hypotheses.
Provide data output results from Excel Toolpak.
Interpret the t Test results
Dependent Sample t Test
Restate the hypotheses.
Provide data output results from Excel Toolpak.
Interpret the t Test results
ANOVA
Restate the hypotheses.
Provide data output results from Excel Toolpak.
Interpret the ANOVA results.
Please follow the Unit VI Scholarly Activity template to complete your assignment.
The title and reference pages do not count toward the page requirement for this assignment. This assignment should be no less than two pages in length, follow APA-style formatting and guideline

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3 page paper, MLA format, it is about an endangered species I picked the Black R

3 page paper, MLA format, it is about an endangered species I picked the Black Rhino as the animal to write about.