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General guidelines for a complete rough publish: Use Times New Roman font, size 12

General guidelines for a complete rough publish:
Use Times New Roman font, size 12, double-spaced lines, 1 inch margins.
Include your name and a title for your paper at the top, no title page needed.
No more than 10 double-spaced pages, not including reference list.
Number pages at the bottom
Your paper should have at least 5 sections. Include a descriptive header for each section. The content of each section is up to you.
Follow an established ‘Author-Year’ bibliography format (e.g., APA). The bibliography for the complete publish does not need to be annotated.
Suggestions for transforming your outline into a complete rough publish:
Each section (Roman numeral) becomes 1-3 pages of text
Section headers summarize the information in that section in a “headline”
Subpoints become topic sentences for paragraphs that support each section
Paragraphs are more than three sentences synthesizing ideas from multiple references
Assessment criteria
Below are the criteria that will be used to evaluate your final publish. Work towards meeting these in your complete rough publish.
The paper addresses a topic relevant to management and/or a gap in our understanding of forest ecosystems.
The paper synthesizes relevant knowledge in a way that provides new understanding.
The paper reflects an accurate, contemporary understanding of ecological processes that is consistent with scientific consensus.
Statements are supported by relevant references.
The research question is clear, focused, concise, and complex (see Outline rubric above).
The paper addresses the stated research question.
The theme of each section is clear and serves to answer the research question. The paper is organized logically, the structure is easy for the reader to follow, and ideas are connected.
The composition is appropriate for a 300-level college course. Grammar is correct, tone is professional/academic, and sentence structure is varied and easy to follow.
Section headers and topic sentences connect and lead to the text that follows.
The bibliography is formatted correctly and consistently following an established ‘Author-Year’ style reference format.

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The reference list at the end of the paper has no fixed style, but generally contains author’ names, year, title, journal, volume and page for each reference cited in the text.

Students are asked to write a short critical review on a topic related to bioproducts or the related issues. A term paper is primarily a min-review on a particular topic based on peer-reviewed publications and credible web materials. It is about 12-14 pages (~2000-2500 words) in length including figures/tables with double spacing lines and 12 font size. It can be organized into sections like title, abstract, introduction, a main body of literature review with subsections and subtitles, and conclusion as well as a list of references cited in the paper. Citation in the text right after your statement is required. The reference list at the end of the paper has no fixed style, but generally contains author’ names, year, title, journal, volume and page for each reference cited in the text. Grading of the term papers will emphasize the following criteria:
The title captures the essence of a term paper?
The abstract appropriately summarizes the major points of materials?
It gives a brief and appropriate introduction into the subject area?
The literature review is comprehensive and concise as well as logically organized?
It shows critical thinking and insightful viewpoints on the subject matter? The conclusion appropriately highlights main points and pinpoints future direction?
The references are correctly cited in the text and properly organized at the end of the paper?
There are any issues in grammar, spelling and clarity?

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The title captures the essence of a term paper?

Students are asked to write a short critical review on a topic related to bioproducts or the related issues. A term paper is primarily a min-review on a particular topic based on peer-reviewed publications and credible web materials. It is about 12-14 pages (~2000-2500 words) in length including figures/tables with double spacing lines and 12 font size. It can be organized into sections like title, abstract, introduction, a main body of literature review with subsections and subtitles, and conclusion as well as a list of references cited in the paper. Citation in the text right after your statement is required. The reference list at the end of the paper has no fixed style, but generally contains author’ names, year, title, journal, volume and page for each reference cited in the text. Grading of the term papers will emphasize the following criteria:
The title captures the essence of a term paper?
The abstract appropriately summarizes the major points of materials?
It gives a brief and appropriate introduction into the subject area?
The literature review is comprehensive and concise as well as logically organized?
It shows critical thinking and insightful viewpoints on the subject matter?
The conclusion appropriately highlights main points and pinpoints future direction?
The references are correctly cited in the text and properly organized at the end of the paper?
There are any issues in grammar, spelling and clarity?

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Explain why or why not in detail.

Directions:
Prepare a report for the mayor that states whether or not the people of Townsville should build a nuclear power plant. Explain why or why not in detail. Make sure you are able to
● Describe the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear power
● Form an informed opinion about whether the nuclear power plant should be used
Required Components:
● A clear position statement on whether Townsville should build a nuclear power plant
● Relevant, valid data justifying your position
● Specific recommendations on how to address the concerns of those who hold the opposite position to the one you choose; for example, if you think a nuclear power plant should not be built, you must provide specific recommendations on how Townsville should meet its increasing power needs
● Citations indicating where you got your data. You must include at least four sources. Do not cite as sources the characters you met in this lesson. Instead, use the sources for the data presented in the lesson.

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Explain why or why not in detail.

Directions:
Prepare a report for the mayor that states whether or not the people of Townsville should build a nuclear power plant. Explain why or why not in detail. Make sure you are able to
● Describe the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear power
● Form an informed opinion about whether the nuclear power plant should be used
Required Components:
● A clear position statement on whether Townsville should build a nuclear power plant
● Relevant, valid data justifying your position
● Specific recommendations on how to address the concerns of those who hold the opposite position to the one you choose; for example, if you think a nuclear power plant should not be built, you must provide specific recommendations on how Townsville should meet its increasing power needs
● Citations indicating where you got your data. You must include at least four sources. Do not cite as sources the characters you met in this lesson. Instead, use the sources for the data presented in the lesson.

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Identifying clouds

ATM S 101 Weather
Course Outline:
Quick Start Mini-Course
Introduction: Temperature and its measurement
Pressure and its measurement
Wind and humidity
Surface weather map
Fronts and cyclones. Upper air observations
Upper air charts. Weather satellite imagery
Weather radar
Identifying clouds
The Basics :Composition and origin of the atmosphere
Vertical structure of the atmosphere
Gas laws. Adiabatic warming and cooling
Moisture and its measurement
Condensation, evaporation, and latent heat
Dew, frost, and fog
Stability and instability
Cloud development
Precipitation mechanisms and weather modification
Force and motion. Coriolis and pressure gradient forces
Geostrophic balance. Effects of friction and topography
Radiation laws. Solar and terrestrial (infrared) radiation
Greenhouse effect and global warming
Optical phenomena
Storms and Weather Systems :Global wind systems
Air masses and fronts
Midlatitude cyclones and their development
Local winds (sea breezes, mountain/valley winds)
Thunderstorms
Tornadoes
Hurricanes and tropical meteorology

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Write a 3-5 paged paper (excluding the title page and references) on a specific disaster.

Write a 3-5 paged paper (excluding the title page and references) on a specific disaster. Examples include:
Earthquake
Tsunami
Tornado
Flood
Fire
Winter Storm
Heat-related Disaster
Volcanic Eruption
Avalanche
Disease epidemic or pandemic
Bioterrorism
Nuclear event
You must address in your paper the following:
1) What issues in this disaster would make triaging of victims a challenge?
2) What Public Health issues may ensue (e.g., infectious disease outbreaks) and what can we do to mitigate
the events?
3) How can interagency cooperation and local collaboration be effectively utilized?
Your paper should adhere to APA expectations and must include a cover page, an introduction, the body, a
well-defined conclusion, and a reference page. Your paper must include at least 5 scholarly references
(no Wikipedia!). References should be scholarly peer reviewed journal articles, official reports or from other
reading resources.

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I have started the assigment, but it needs more information.

Add to the “EssayPro” file. I have started the assigment, but it needs more information. It should total up to 2-4 pages without the questions. Attached is the project as well so you have an idea of what to write about. Thank you

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Write a 3-5 paged paper (excluding the title page and references) on a specific disaster.

Write a 3-5 paged paper (excluding the title page and references) on a specific disaster. Examples include:
Earthquake Tsunami Tornado Flood Fire Winter Storm Heat-related Disaster Volcanic Eruption Avalanche Disease epidemic or pandemic Bioterrorism Nuclear event
You must address in your paper the following:
1) What issues in this disaster would make triaging of victims a challenge?
2) What Public Health issues may ensue (e.g., infectious disease outbreaks) and what can we do to mitigate the events?
3) How can interagency cooperation and local collaboration be effectively utilized?
Your paper should adhere to APA expectations and must include a cover page, an introduction, the body, a well-defined conclusion, and a reference page. Your paper must include at least 5 scholarly references (no Wikipedia!). References should be scholarly peer reviewed journal articles, official reports or from other reading resources.

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What kind of collaboration between international scientific community exist in history?

TOPIC: INFLUENCE OF SCIENCE ON SOCIETY AND INFLUENCE OF SOCIETY ON SCIENCE
Note: This paper should have 4 major parts and a conclusion. Before starting writing you should do research on some suggested topics that will give you a background related to the topic. Make sure you keep references where you got the information (such as text book, scientific journal, reputable on-line publications etc.) In the body of the text write the reference number and assemble the references at the end of the paper.
History: Background Questions (Not all inclusive)
• What is the history of scientific thinking? Before the Greek Science what evidence do we see of scientific activity? Research (i) the development of tools (from stone age), (ii) astronomical observations in ancient times.
• How did Greek philosophy affect the way scientific knowledge was pursued? Research prominent names in Greek Science. Points to consider: (i) how geometry and mathematical logic was conceived, (ii) how motion in everyday life and celestial motion explained, and (iii) how the composition of matter was understood.
• Research on: (i) what contemporary scientific thinking was developed in other parts of the world such as China or India and (ii) how did Greek knowledge of scientific work got destroyed and recovered (Hint: role of House of Wisdom in Baghdad)
Part 1. Based on your research what evidence can be shown how science or technology affected human society in the ancient time (pre-Greek)? Examples (not all inclusive): stone tools, civic structures, agriculture, religious rituals etc. Is there any evidence that society has influenced the way scientists (thinkers) and engineers (craftsmen) were dictated to follow a certain path to satisfy powerful people? Can you make conclusion about whether developments happened because of (i) economic profit motive, (ii) innate scientific curiosity, or (ii) necessity of the time.
Part 2. During the Greek period you will find a significant activity over many centuries that encompass areas of mathematics, philosophy, astronomy and physical and chemical science. Same question as part 1 can be asked. Most importantly, review lives of famous people such as Aristotle, Archimedes, Pythagoras. One name I should mention is that of Eratosthenes who actually measured the circumference of the Earth by a clever experiment. Could this measurement be driven by need of the society or for simple scientific pursuit? Also, another example can be cited of a man named Aristarchus who had a dissenting view of the geocentric model (Earth being at the center) developed by Aristotle. Research to find out what is the origin of dispute in scientific theory and how those disputes can be settled. Aristarchus was correct, but Aristotle’s idea prevailed for 1600 plus years. What is the reason? Make some concluding comments about role of society’s influence on the course of scientific activity.
Part 3. Explore how scientific knowledge is preserved and disseminated in global human society. What kind of collaboration between international scientific community exist in history? At the same time ask a question: did society value science because it was the pursuit of finding the truth or facts of the natural world? Or, did society imposed its values and prejudices on scientists to suppress the truth.
Part 4. You can explore the history of science from the renaissance period (from Galileo to the Industrial Revolution) and see if science has given rise to technology that affected society in a remarkable way. Emphasize on at least three major developments in the eighteenth and the nineteenth century that augmented our civilization. One of these have to be energy. Explore how energy was studied and understood along with laws of thermodynamics and thermal science that paved the way for us to explore new ways to use energy for societal benefit.
Part 5. Concluding Remarks.