environment

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  1. Principle of managment

    Imagine that you are Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, and that you are constantly engaged in environmental scanning as part of the planning process. Explain briefly how you would go about doing it. Can you keep track of all aspects of the environment?
  2. SCIENCE

    As land became detached in regards to the Plate Tectonics Theory and continental drift, what effect would this have had on the development of species? Each land would develop its own species, as determined by the local factors (environment, climate,
  3. education

    For a description of environment in a child care setting are we supposed to look for if its clean or if its safe. Thanks Both. I wouldn't enroll a child in a place that was clean but not safe, nor safe but not clean. =)
  4. physics

    Although most natural potassium nuclei are stable 39K (93.3%) or 41K (6.7%) nuclei, about 0.0117% are radioactive 40K nuclei, which have a half-life of 1.26 billion years. If you were worried about 40K radioactivity and wanted to wait for 97 % of the 40K
  5. *health* one question pls help asap!!!!!

    5. Barrett works with a local gardening club to improve gardens in his community. Which dimension of health drove his decision? A. environmental B. spiritual C. social D. emotional i dunno whether its A or C!!! it would be A if its pointing to the
  6. Science check answers

    1. Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? Conditions in the environment reduce competition for resources within a species Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species*** Overproduction provides
  7. Geography

    What is it mean when it says "Your task is to create a digitl product, that helps explain your personal culture. Use the following : Appearance, Beliefs, Communication, Dates, Entertainment, Food, Government, Housing, Information, Jobs, Kind of
  8. behavior problems(dogs)

    please check my answer thanks Ideally, when working on a behavior problem, you'll show the owners ways to A. reorganize the environment so the dog has fewer chances to misbehave. B. discipline a dog correctly and not spoil him. C. teach some commands that
  9. chemistry

    Consider the combustion of glucose: C6H12O6(s) + 6O2(g) <---> 6CO2(g) + 6H2O(g) H = −3 kJ/mol Which condition I) Adding more carbon dioxide; II) Performing the reaction in a hotter environment; III) Decreasing the pressure of the system; IV)
  10. English 1

    A common theme for each of these selections is? (A Cub Pilot, Barrio Boy, No Gumption, and I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings) a- to become mature, people must learn important lessons from experience b- to govern well, people in authority must treat young
  11. Chemistry

    Compare the natural chemistry that takes place in the environment with the chemistry that takes place due to manmade factors like pollution. Discuss the effect of pollution at the local, regional, national, and global level.
  12. SCI275

    Urbanization, Define and explain how urban population affects our environment? In terms of water? expalin challanges related to urbanization explain benefit related to urbanization? disucss the benefits and how they outweight the challanges?
  13. thermal physics

    A sphere of radius 0.583 m, temperature 39.4°C, and emissivity 0.983 is located in an environment of temperature 85.1°C. At what rate does the sphere (a) emit and (b) absorb thermal radiation? (c) What is the sphere's net rate of energy exchange?
  14. Biochemistry

    I'm desperate and I cannot find the answer to this question.... As the name implies, globular proteiens tend to have a roundish, globular shape. What types of side chains might you expect to find on the amino acid residues that face the outside of a
  15. Physic

    Assume all temperatures to be exact. An aluminum spoon at 84 degree C is placed in a Styrofoam cup containing 0.180 kg of water at 12 degree C. If the final equilibrium temperature is 21 degree C and no heat is lost to the cup itself or the environment,
  16. MJ Science 3

    Q 1 A geographical area where plants, animals, the landscape, and the climate all interact together is called a(n) environment ecosystem**** biome food web Question 2(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points) The process of sharing electrons between two atoms is
  17. MJ Science 3

    Q 1 A geographical area where plants, animals, the landscape, and the climate all interact together is called a(n) environment**** ecosystem biome food web Question 2(Multiple Choice Worth 4 points) The process of sharing electrons between two atoms is
  18. Social Studies

    Which human activity would best support global efforts to improve the environment and to reduce global warming? a. driving a pickup truck across the countryside b. riding a bicycle to a nearby playground*** c. purchasing a SUV from a nearby dealership d.
  19. science help pls pls

    Dams are used to produce hydroelectric power. Which of these best describes the impact of a dam on the environment? It causes air pollution. It reduces the level of groundwater. It causes changes in the river ecosystem. It reduces the level of oxygen in
  20. heat transfer

    the temperature in deep space is close to absolute zero,which presents thermal challenges for the astronauts who do space walks.propose a design for the clothing of the astronauts that will be most suitable for the thermal environment in space.defend the
  21. science

    traits and how they change 1 natural selection 2 alleles 3 phenotype 4 evolution 5 DNA 6 genes 7 mutation an organism's______________ is determined by its GENOTYPE which is coded in ________________ located in ________________ of which there are diferent
  22. biology

    Ok i have a project Im doing on the red blood cells and I need to know how the blood cools down the body.... It depends. If it's colder than your body temp (say 70 degrees) then as the blood circulates close to the surface (near the skin) it looses heat to
  23. Physics

    A person makes a quantity of iced tea by mixing 500g of hot tea(c=4190J/(Kg.k) with an equal mass of ice(T=0c, L=333KJ/Kg). assume that mixture has negligible energy exchange with environment. If tea's initial temperature is 90c, then what is the
  24. Health care management

    Which of the following statements about leaders is false? A. It's not important for the leader to have knowledge of the health care environment. B. Good leadership correlates with less employee turnover and more productivity and stability. C. Leaders often
  25. Science--PLEASE CHECK!

    Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? A. Conditions in the environment reduce competition for resources within a species. B. Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species. C. Overproduction
  26. Physics

    Suppose 0.015 kg of steam (at 100.00 °C) is added to 0.20 kg of water (initially at 14.0°C). The water is inside an aluminum cup of mass 40 g. The cup is inside a perfectly insulated calorimetry container that prevents heat exchange with the outside
  27. physics

    Suppose 0.0290 kg of steam (at 100.00°C) is added to 0.290 kg of water (initially at 19.7°C.). The water is inside an aluminum cup of mass 44.7 g. The cup is inside a perfectly insulated calorimetry container that prevents heat flow with the outside
  28. physics

    Suppose 0.0150 kg of steam (at 100.00°C) is added to 0.150 kg of water (initially at 19.3°C.). The water is inside a copper cup of mass 54.1 g. The cup is inside a perfectly insulated calorimetry container that prevents heat flow with the outside
  29. physics

    Suppose 0.0150 kg of steam (at 100.00°C) is added to 0.150 kg of water (initially at 19.3°C.). The water is inside a copper cup of mass 54.1 g. The cup is inside a perfectly insulated calorimetry container that prevents heat flow with the outside
  30. physic

    Suppose 0.0150 kg of steam (at 100.00°C) is added to 0.150 kg of water (initially at 19.3°C.). The water is inside a copper cup of mass 54.1 g. The cup is inside a perfectly insulated calorimetry container that prevents heat flow with the outside
  31. Science

    What is wood buffalo's position in the food chain? Also, how do they contribute to the environment? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood_Bison Top prey item for wloves and grizzly. Especially the young and weak. give an example of a skeletal muscle does
  32. HHS255

    Can some give me web sites because I can not find any, thanks As digital technology continues to influence Health Care and Human Service in the future, what does this mean for those who work and will work in these fields? What will workers in these fields
  33. Biology

    How can exoctic species affect populations of native species? Exotic species out compete native species in several ways. One way is through competition in the environment for habitat dominancy and resource utalisation. Being exotic means they don't have
  34. History

    LANDSAT images have changed cartography because A. The images allow scientists to track earths environment*** B. The images allow scientists to view entire mountain ranges C. The images allow scientists to view oceans D. None of the above
  35. biology

    The micelle and the liposome are two structures formed by phospholipids in an aqueous environment. They are represented here in cross section. The letters A, B, C, and D represent different regions. Four different molecules are shown below. For each,
  36. college psych

    Which of the following explanations correctly answers the question What causes psychological disorders? a) They are caused by irrational thoughts and unrealistic expectations for perfection b) They are caused by unresolved conflicrs within the unconscious
  37. Developmental Psychology

    There are a number of ways that emotional or psychological problems can develop in children. Problems can result from anything that disrupts a child's sense of safety and security. This could include things such as an unstable or unsafe environment,
  38. child day care

    large scale entry doors shouldn't be used at child care facilities because they A. appeal to adult B. are inviting to small children C. can make children feel small and less welcome D. create a welcoming environment for children and staff
  39. Science please help I've been on this for hours

    Inherited traits are passed down from our parents to us, their offspring, by the information that is coded in our parents' A) RNA. B) antibodies. C) chromosomes. D) plasma. Your gender, whether you are male or female, is determined by the A) X or Y
  40. classroom management

    Why is building student-teacher rapport critical to establishing and maintaining a productive classroom environment? How does communication with students impact successful implementation of classroom rules and procedures? What communication skills and
  41. Science

    Is the wealth gap good or bad for (a) you, (b) a poor person, and the environment? Assuming that you believe that the wealth gap is bad, what three things should be done to narrow this gap? What obligation should a wealthy person, corporation, or a country
  42. Science

    Is the wealth gap good or bad for (a) you, (b) a poor person, and the environment? Assuming that you believe that the wealth gap is bad, what three things should be done to narrow this gap? What obligation should a wealthy person, corporation, or a country
  43. Supportive Learning Environment

    Julianna, a teacher of young toddlers, and three-year-old Tessa are playing with toy trucks. Which of the following statements made by Julianna would be an example of parallel talk? A. I'm driving my blue truck around and around. B. Do you want the blue
  44. marketing

    Regarding the current legal environment facing U.S. marketing managers: a. state and local laws vary but contain important regulations. b. the focus has shifted from let the buyer beware to let the seller beware. c. product safety is now controlled. d.
  45. science help

    Last one. Idk abt this one The picture above shows two phenotypes of peppered moths (dark and light). The dark moth has an advantage over the light moth because it can blend in with its environment better. As a result, the darker moth is more fit to
  46. Supportive learning environment

    The ideal early childhood schedule for preschool children contains which of the following? A. Frequent changes in activities so children don't get bored B. A 45-minute circle time activity C. Integrated activities within a large block of time D. A specific
  47. science

    The numerous places around the country where you can dispose of newspapers aluminum cans and glass bottles are examples of? a) federal programs to prevent erosion b) international cooperation c)states conserving energy d) federal programs for conserving
  48. ELA

    1. Where would someone look to find the most reliable information about how tornadoes are measured? A newspaper story about a storm The personal blog of a storm watcher The National Weather Service Web site THIS ONE A Web page that anyone can edit 2. Davis
  49. soc 120

    This is a reason an employer might restrict employee Internet access: (Points : 1) Employees waste too much time on the Internet. Viewing certain kinds of sites could lead to a hostile work environment. An employer can guarantee Internet access is
  50. Calculus

    The population of a colony of bacteria is modeled by the function p(x)=50(e^-x - e^-x^2)+10 ,for 0 ≤ x, where population P is in thousands, x is in hours, and x = 0 corresponds to the moment of introduction of a certain chemical into the colony's
  51. Psychology

    Dr. Lange is a developmental psychologist. He specialized in cognitive development during the period of infancy. Like most psychologists who focus on specific periods of development, his studies: A. emphasize the chemical changes in the synaptic gap. B.
  52. Psychology

    Dr. Lange is a developmental psychologist. He specializes in cognitive development during the period of infancy. Like most psychologists who focus on specific periods of development, his studies: a. emphasize the chemical changes in the synaptic gap. b.
  53. Watershed?

    What parts of the environment, natural and manmade, make up a watershed? Watersheds aren't really important to humans in and of themselves, it is the amount of precipitation what is caught up within the watershed. Look at Brazil in an atlas. The Amazon has
  54. Social Studies

    1)How did the people of the inca empire adapt to their surrounding physical environment A) By building longhouses and canoes out of bent trees and bark. B) by cutting terraces along steep slopes so they could plant crops. C)By pulling rich soil from the
  55. science,technology and the environment

    describe,compare and contrast induction and deduction as methods of science.using examples where appropriate.Identify and solve a problem using both induction and deduction.where appropriate illustrate why and how one would use experimentation and cycle of
  56. science

    When automobiles burn gasoline, they release many pollutants including sulfur oxides into the air. The release of sulfur oxides is a chief cause of acid rain. Which of the following is a consequence to the natural environment due to acid rain?
  57. business studies

    Unethical advertising is one of the challenges of ethical and professional behaviour in the business environment.identify three other issues that affect the ethical and professional behaviour of the business.
  58. Physics

    Hydroelectricity is generated by storing water behind a dam, and then letting some of it run through generators in the dam to turn them. If the system is the water, what is the environment that is doing work on it? If a dam has water 100m deep behind it,
  59. Physic

    If 0.045 kg of ice at 0 C is added to 0.390 kg of water at 34 C in a 0.150 kg aluminum calorimeter cup, what is the final temperature of the water? If the final equilibrium temperature is 21 C and no heat is lost to the cup itself or the environment, what
  60. Biology

    The problems of survival of animals on land are very different from those of survivial of animals in an aquatic environment. Describe four problems associated with animal survival in terrestrial environments but not in aquatic environments. For each
  61. Biology ms sue

    Hi ms sue you had answerd question abt whether culture ethic have influence over environmental ethics or vice Versa could it be that both have effect over each other ? Why only culture have effect over it ? Cause do environmental ethics change way we
  62. citation of UNEP PDF online assessment/report

    How would I cite a document from the UNEP website? (PDF document) APA style? I've been looking but it looks like you have to cite it a special way? Is this true? I cannot personally find the, "session" or etc. It is a document evaluating the environment,
  63. SS

    The Aztecs adapted to their environment mainly by using terracing and irrigation living a nomadic hunter-gather lifestyle trading peacefully with neighbors ---- Settling along the coasts where they could find fish How did the Aztec become so powerful? they
  64. English

    Write a 75-150 word essay detailing your previous writing experience. Use the following questions to help you to think about your role as a writer: •In what type of environment do you do your best writing? •How would you characterize your writing? Has
  65. Biology

    I don't know any info an the first semester and midterms are tomorrow please help ( Populations, Communities, and Ecosystems Chemistry of Living Things History of Life on Earth: The First Simple Cells History of Life on Earth: Complex Cells Cells and Their
  66. Chemistry

    Exothermic reactions are favored because they release heat to the environment. Would an exothermic reaction be more favored or less favored if it were carried out within a superheated chamber? I don't understand what "favored" means, so I don't understand
  67. biology

    The ability of a forager to find food is often related to the ability of the forager to make decisions in the face of imperfect information about its environment. Discuss the effect that imperfect information has on foraging decisions.
  68. Living ENvironment

    can you give me a picture lock and key diagrams. I need to make my own lock and key diagram. I don't know the difference between synthesis and hydrolosis so can you give me some pictures and label them if they are hydrolosis or synthesis.
  69. Psychology

    Dr. Lange is a developmental psychologist. He specializes in cognitive development during the period of infancy. Like most psychologists who focus on specific periods of development, his studies: a emphasize the chemical changes in the synaptic gap. b
  70. Cosmology

    Which of the following is evidence that the evolution of disk galaxies can be greatly affected by their large scale environment? Comparison of emissions from elliptical galaxies in x-ray and optical bands Hydrogen gas deficiency in spiral galaxies near
  71. Biology- check my answer (diff one)

    Which of the following are true concerning living things? Check all that apply. A)They contain a vital force absent in nonliving things. B)They are composed of molecules that contain carbon-carbon bonds. C)They undergo chemical reactions to use energy they
  72. Supportive learning environment

    Continuity of care refers to which of the following? A. Children staying with the same teacher for a period of two or more years B. Children being in the same classroom as their siblings C. Children staying at the same center or program for two or more
  73. research paper

    I need an attention graber to start my paper off. It's on global warming and its effects on the environment. Any help? Here are some blog posts that might give you some ideas: http://www.bloghouston.net/item/4766
  74. management

    Imagine that you are Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, and that you are constantly engaged in environmental scanning as part of the planning process. Explain briefly how you would go about doing it. Can you keep track of all aspects of the environment?
  75. cultra

    • • Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word autobiographical research paper analyzing the influences of race as it relates to your community. In your paper, write your first-person account of how human interactions in your community have been racialized. For the
  76. P

    A 500 g sample of gold heated to 971.0 deg. C is placed in a calorimeter containing 220 g of water initially at 20.0 deg. C. If no heat is lost to the surrounding environment what will the final temperature of the water be? [HINT: At the end, the sample
  77. socials

    problems associated with Rwanda (migration) - internal, external i think problem be that some people be poor so they get health problems (diseases)parents not able to feed kids. environment problems, water polluted, forests suffer trees get cut down.
  78. History

    13.)Which answer explains how people in the Northeast felt about the use of natural resources in the south? A.)They were concerned that natural resources were being wasted. B.)They thought the Southerners were harming the environment.*** C.)They depended
  79. geography

    What are the various problems and difficulties that can occur with a society in the middle of the ocean, or a society under the ocean. (Ex. Waste management, or agriculture) I need about 5. Also, what is the necessary technology needed to make the
  80. AED

    What are some examples of typical, quick decisions teachers make on a daily basis? What were the 5 most difficult school-related decisions you made this week? What made them difficult? What was the impact of those decisions on the classroom environment?
  81. Physical Education

    1.when you copy the behavior of others you are forming your personality through? A. heredity B. modeling C. a peer group D. conscientiousness 2.A person who is outgoing and sociable has the personality trait known as? A. Introversion B. Extroversion C.
  82. Biology

    If .03 M of sucrose and .02 M of glucose rest inside a cell and .01 M of sucrose, glucose, and fructose rest outside in the environment, which solutes will exhibit next diffusion into the cell and out of the cell?
  83. Language Arts

    which of the following are you most likely to find in a science fiction novel such as The Giver? A. People living in a futuristic environment where rules lead them to act differently than is commonly accepted now. B. Characters from the distant past
  84. Early Child Ed.

    Would the correct answer to this question be "competition?" Research about the impact of cultural values on peer social interaction in an early childhood classroom may lead one to conclude that this environment may create biases if the primary social
  85. Ethics

    The goal of Q-sort assessment is: Answer a. To create a comprehensive taxonomy of human attributes. b. To bring out an individual's repressed thoughts and feelings. c. To compare individuals with each other along a given dimension. d. To examine the unique
  86. Ethics

    The goal of Q-sort assessment is: Answer a. To create a comprehensive taxonomy of human attributes. b. To bring out an individual's repressed thoughts and feelings. c. To compare individuals with each other along a given dimension. d. To examine the unique
  87. health

    Children's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, has long been considered an outstanding medical center specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric problems. This facility is linked academically to the Harvard University Medical School. Conduct a
  88. Biology of environment poster project

    We went on field trip as class to a pond and lake and we compared the urban pond with natural lake I'm trying to think of title for this study and title has to contain sufficient detail abt what the study is about and the general location of study it
  89. psychology

    Martika is a homosexual and her immediate environment is not very supportive. Her family has ignored her since she revealed her sexual orientation, and her boss often makes negative comments about homosexuality. Martika's experience with her sexual
  90. Chemistry

    A chemistry laboratory of an experience is being conducted. The pressure is 0.9 atm and the temperature is 18°C. One of the steps of the experience requires the combustion of 500 mL ethanol (Density=0.78 g/mL). Whereas the burning of this amount of
  91. eng 12

    I got to analyze suzukis history at our peril. How should i present my analysis? suppose to tell why its expository? then provide examples. Should i state why in the first paragraph why its expoisitory? ie he talks about how humans need to protect the
  92. PHI 208

    Hill uses this technique in the middle of the article to examine ideas about the human’s place within nature A)He presents specific factual examples that demonstrate harm to the environment. B)He presents a fictional example of a perfect island. C)He
  93. Living Environment(please check answers)

    1-true 2-false 3-not enough info Transplanting genetic material into bacteria is a simple task- 2 Under certain conditions, bacteria reproduce at a rapid rate-3 The continued use of insulin from animals many cause harmful side effects in some people- 1 The
  94. Science

    The bacterium Caulobacter crescentus is able to form long cell envelope extensions that increase the surface area-to-volume ratio when placed in adverse environments. What is the likely function of these envelope extensions? To acquire nutrients To aid in
  95. history

    Type a word document as a one-page letter to be sent to the Cuban and the U.S. governments in which you explain why they should encourage American tourism in Cuba. Explain how it will help the Cuban economy and why that is important to the United States.
  96. history

    physical environment,materials used,stories associated with rampurva bull capital.need to preserve it. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. The following site will give you more information on the Rampurva Bull Capital. Asian Art and
  97. science

    In the United States, we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food, and much of this is due to our agricultural technology. However, there are many concerns about our food source, including genetically modified crops, the use of more chemicals, and
  98. Science

    In the United States, we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food, and much of this is due to our agricultural technology. However, there are many concerns about our food source, including genetically modified crops, the use of more chemicals, and
  99. aed

    Five Top Strategies to Keep Students Learning in a Calm Classroom Environment Strategy number 5 – Keep the lesson moving.(Classroom Expectations and Procedures for Two Different Age Groups ) (Time-Management Strategies for Continuity) If you have a
  100. English

    1. In "The Scarlet Ibis" which character trait of the narrator most leads to his regret at the death of his brother? a. generosity b. creativity c. cruelty d. pride*** 2. Cause - There is a concern about global warming and the damage it is doing to the

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