I am studying Environmnet science 100,a basic level class, and I have a writing assignment to do. I hope someone can help to do it.
My topic is " the causes for ' foggy weather' and related diseases in Beijing". 'foggy weather' is the way chinese people call the air pollution, and since PM2.5 is often higher than 200 that people cant see very far away.
here is the requirement.
Choose an environmental topic/issue that interests you, and do a literature search on it. This research project should involve some environmental science topic, which is important to human society.
Course Requirements for W Credit:
- Students are required to submit a 10 page rough draft by the date on the syllabus. Drafts that are less than 10 full pages will not be reviewed for W credit. No exceptions. It is your responsibility to read and understand the requirements.
The paper must be double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font with 1.25 inch (or less) margins. Figures, tables, bibliography, captions, names, material within quotes, etc. are not part of the length requirement. Anything that is not your own prose does not count. Do not add excess spacing between paragraphs, and do not use excessively short paragraphs (most paragraphs should have at least 3 sentences in them) to make the paper appear longer than it is. Even if the paper is 9.9 pages it is not long enough to meet requirements, so it is best to make it substantially longer than this minimum.
- Rough drafts must be complete with an introduction, body, conclusion and a bibliography so that TA's can review your writing and add comments.
- Your report will be reviewed based on content, research effort, organization and writing (including English, grammar, spelling etc.).
- We will review your draft, include comments in the body for improvement, and return it to you. It is your responsibility to contact us and show us that you submitted (keep copies of email acknowledgements) if there is any question that deadlines were met. Keep copies of your original draft and the marked-up draft.
- You must have a minimum of 8 sources, only 4 of which may be from websites. Make use of the library scientific literature research databases to find the other 4+ sources.
- Remember to reference all your sources and be careful not to plagiarize (see plagiarism-policy.html for a description of plagiarism and how to avoid it). Directions on how to cite your sources are given on the Project Information page near the end, see the Project Options page
- Taking a paper from another course and rewriting it with an environmental science slant is encouraged so long as we first review and comment on the paper used as the initial basis of the composition.
|Due By (Pacific Time)
||10/25/2013 12:00 am