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SCI 207 Week 4 - Discussion 1 Climate and Air Pollution
    Climate change is an environmental issue in the news almost daily, and air pollution impacts us on a global level. What are the implication of global warming? Do you think the efforts to improve air quality are worth the economic costs?

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SCI 207 Week 1 - Laboratory Population Biology Instructions
    Population Biology Visit Population Biology and complete the virtual lab. This lab gives you the opportunity to explore the affects of competition on population growth. Follow the instructions on the Population Biology Submission Form. Using this worksheet, you will answer the lab questions and fill in the table on the Population Biology Submission Form. Save it as a Word document and submit it.

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Week 5 SCI 275- DQ 1 & DQ 2
    DQ 1-   Go to the Emissions Calculator Web site athttp://airhead.cnt.org/Calculator/?sid=a743a150a5f5ff4c72817e723b7c8c14. Fill out the survey to the best of your knowledge to calculate the total pounds of air pollution your household emits.   Address the following: What was your highest contributor? What can you do to lower your total? What is your greatest challenge in lowering your total? When you review other students’ posts, suggest how they might control air emissions for their situations.   DQ 2-  Review the variety of indoor pollutant hazards posted on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Web site athttp://www.epa.gov/iaq/pubs/insidest.html#Refguide.   Address the following: Describe at least three potential indoor air quality (IAQ) hazards in your home. What are the possible health impacts of each hazard? Do you believe your health is at risk based on

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Multiple Choice Questions - Solution
    1. The world region which currently accounts for the largest share of global population is: Africa. Latin America. Europe. Asia. 2. The largest community of immigrant Japanese in Latin America resides in: Peru. Brazil. Mexico. Paraguay. 3. The Green Revolution in southeast Asia: developed new varieties of rice that increased yields. led to the emergence of new environmental political parties. was a reforestation campaign in the Philippines that planted millions of trees. refers to Malaysian Islamists, who carrying green banners when protesting. 4. Horizontal integration in economic production occurs when: factories are located next to one another, to ease transportation costs. owners of a factory buy out other producers in the industry. new technologies allow for greater competition and lower prices. banks buy up the stock of a

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Geography exam - Latin America and North America
    1. Which of the following statements about Southern South America is true? A. The Argentine economy was devastated by the end of 2001 due to multiple factors. B. Uruguay has the lowest level of urbanization of any mainland Latin American country. C. Paraguay is the smallest country of the subregion. D. Influence of Roman Catholicism has sharply declined in Argentina. 2. In Mexico, the expression Porfiriato refers to A. the oppressive rule of Porfirio Diaz. B. any kind of authoritarian political oppression. C. the end of the political dominance of the PRI in July 2000. D. the revolution of 1911 that overthrew Diaz. 3. _______ is one of the first Latin American countries to have a separate ministry of tourism with dedicated funds within its federal governmental structure. A. Guatemala B. Chile C. Paraguay D. Mexico 4. Which of the following states is considered part of the Corn Belt? A. Oregon B. Texas C.

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The 2011 Arab Spring
    How has the Arab world (Syria,Libya,Egypt and Tunisia) changed sincedevelopment of the Arab spring in 2011?

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cultural geography
    Discuss how religions have been used as the basis of identity, and, consequently, as instruments of resistance to globalization.

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cultural geography
    , London: Pinter Publishers, 1991, suggests that certain dominant cultures threaten to overwhelm other more vulnerable ones. He argues that cultural imperialism gathers in a number of fairly discrete discourses of domination: "of America over Europe, of the 'West over the rest' of the world, of the core over the periphery, of the modern world over the fast-disappearing traditional one, of capitalism over more or less everything and everyone" [p. 80]. Make a case for or against this argument.

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Correct answer to 100 GED108 Environmental Science MCQ
     GED108 Environmental Science MCQ   1) Which of the following best describes biodiversity? A) the sum of all plants, animals, and microbes on the planet B) the sum of all plants and animals on the planet C) the kinds of trees and other plants in a forest D) the kinds of plants and animals in a forest E) plants and animals but not bacteria 2) Concern for the unfair concentration of waste sites and other hazardous activities in areas that are populated by poor or minorities is called: A) sustainable growth. B) environmental justice. C) sound science. D) sustainable development. E) globalization. 3) Which of the following describes a theory? A) an idea that is unproven B) a hypothesis that can be tested through experiments C) a scientific experiment D) a model of how a system works E) a worldview Your weekly budget for the five-day workweek

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