i need a 6 slide minimum ppt presentation on human impact on ecosystem

This is the second part of the course project. Begin by making any corrections required to Part 1. In the same presentation, create a slide titled “Part 2: Human Impact on Ecological Change” to indicate where Part 2 begins. Submit Parts 1 and 2 in Blackboard as a single PowerPoint presentation.

Consider that human activities can create both positive and negative changes on ecosystems. You might research deforestation, urbanization, agriculture, oil and gas mining, hydroelectric dams, and wind farms and how these affect the surrounding ecosystems and wildlife populations. Conversely, you might research the creation of wildlife refuges, national parks, and wildlife corridor projects that affect landscape patterns. Try to find a specific example of your chosen topic, and discuss the impact of the activities/project on local landscapes, ecosystems, wildlife, and human populations. Discuss both the benefits and the problems.

Remember to use reliable sources on the Internet. There is a lot of misinformation out there and finding reliable information can be difficult. Be sure to cite your sources of information and any pictures/graphics that you use.

Your presentation must include the elements below.

  • What activity or project have you chosen to present? Why did you choose this activity or project? (Why is it important?)
  • Connect the activity/project to its impact on the environment and wildlife populations. (How does the activity/project use natural resources, disrupt habitat, or impact wildlife? Are there other effects on the environment?)
  • If available, report data and statistics (with references) on how this activity/product affects the environment.
  • What can people do to decrease the activity/project’s impact on the environment?
  • Are there any organizations actively engaged in the promotion or research of your chosen activity or product? If so, list them, and briefly describe their actions. If not, describe why you think that is and if you see opportunities to become involved in this area.

Be sure to follow the formatting guidelines below.

  • You must include at least three visual aids.
  • You must include three reliable sources with references in APA format. At least one source must come from the CSU Online Library.
  • Use bulleted information on slides (five lines or less).
  • Include brief details in the speaker notes. (Information that you would say to the class during an actual presentation should be placed in the speaker notes.)
  • Add to the references slide used for Part 1. Remember, references in APA format are listed in alphabetical order, regardless of the order of appearance in the presentation.
  • Use appropriate fonts and backgrounds.
  • Use correct APA format for references and citations, and use correct grammar and spelling.
  • Upload the presentation as a .ppt or .pptx file.

Part 2 of the PowerPoint presentation should be at least six slides in length but not more than 12 slides in length (not counting your title slide and references slide).


The legal requirements for a cyber action to meet the definition of an act of war are very vague. According to Charles J Dunlap Jr an act of war is a political phrase not a legal term. Also mentioned is that it could be said that the UN Charter was designed to ban war from the vocabulary of nations. According to Military.com Pentagon leaders have yet to regulate when a cyber-attack against the U.S. would establish an act of war. It also mentioned that the Defense Department would take action an attack on cyber-attack on civilian infrastructure. I think that the requirements for a cyber-attack to meet the definition of an act of war should not be left ambiguous. I don’t because then it is left up to be interoperated and not everyone will see it that way.

I think an act of terrorism should include any attacks against the government even if it is a phishing seem and employee opened up on the government’s network. This way a nation or individual will know before had that any attack will be taken seriously. I also think that this should apply to business that are in our country weather it’s a mom and pop shop or a large business such as Home depot. I think in all aspects no matter what a large business does they usually provide some kind of support to the government. The last job I was at serviced VA hospitals and commercial hospitals. Although those attacks are not against the government they are against the people of the government that use their credit card there. Also government entities shop there. For me even though an attacker did not know the information they were getting they still could have an effect on a government account.

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hey need some help with doing homework 1 and quiz 1 and exam 1, quiz 1 is due the 26th, exam 1 is due the 28th on mymathlab


Find a business such as your employer, a company you support through your personal consumer buying behavior, or a business in your city that is successful and explain how each of the Four P’s of marketing mix work together in order to make this business a success. If one of the elements of the marketing mix was to be off balance with the other P’s would this change the success of the business? Why or Why not?

Product-heart of the marketing mix, the starting point, is the product offering and product strategy.

Place (distribution)-concerned with making products available when and where customers want them.

Promotion-includes advertising, public relations, sales promotion, and personal selling.

Pricing strategies-is what a buyer must give up in order to obtain a product.

The requirements below must be met for your paper to be accepted and graded:

  • Write between 500 – 750 words (approximately 2 – 3 pages) using Microsoft Word.
  • Attempt APA style, see example below.
  • Use font size 12 and 1” margins.
  • Include cover page and reference page.
  • At least 60% of your paper must be original content/writing.
  • No more than 40% of your content/information may come from references.
  • Use at least two references from outside the course material, preferably from EBSCOhost. Text book, lectures, and other materials in the course may be used, but are not counted toward the two reference requirement.

Reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) must be identified in the paper and listed on a reference page.Reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) must come from sources such as, scholarly journals found in EBSCOhost, online newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal, government websites, etc. Sources such as Wikis, Yahoo Answers, eHow, etc. are not acceptable.

what about this article 1

answer the questions below using the attached article.

1.) Please provide a general summary of the article. Be sure to include major themes or areas

mentioned in the article – what was the author’s main point? Also provide specific

example(s) the author used in making his/her arguments.

2.) What area of the teen brain are scientists focusing on? What important functions does this

brain area control?

3.) The article mentions “pruning” (like pruning a bush). How does this term relate to the brains


4.) NAPLS researchers were able to predict who might suffer from schizophrenia later in life.

Why does this concern clinicians?


Discussion Boards

1.What are the four basic response strategies for negative risks? Provide an example of how one of the strategies was utilized by the firm you work for or another firm that you have knowledge of or have chosen to research

2.Describe the Request for Proposal (RFP) process and the content of an RFP


1.PLAGIARISM is the main key role.

2.It should be 300 words each question answer.

3. citations and references should be in a APA format.


Genomics and Genetics

Differentiate between genetics and genomics. Articulate how nurses can be involved in policy making in the field of genomics. How can research in the field be tied to practice? Identify organizations that are open to nurses in the field of genomics.

3 APA references and at least 200 words


Good morning,

I was hoping that you would be able to assist me with this week’s assignment. I have attached that assignment and requirements as well as the chapters that are needed. Thank you. 🙂

DISCUSSION 1 :Retention- Recognition




DISCUSSION 1 :Retention- Recognition


Customizing recognition and appreciation strategies requires an understanding of board members’ and nongoverning volunteers’ motivations. Many volunteers find dedication to mission personally fulfilling and a powerful motivator. Positively reinforcing that dedication, as well as acknowledging skills, work, time, and personal commitment has been shown to increase the longevity of a volunteer’s commitment. Others enjoy taking part in recognition events, receiving a plaque, getting a certificate of appreciation, etc. Some volunteers find that a simple “thank you” note is enough to feel appreciated. Whether tangible or intangible, it is important to find meaningful ways to recognize and thank both board members and nongoverning volunteers for the important work they perform.

To prepare for this Discussion:


  • Review the course media, “Retention,” with Simone Joyaux, and consider how retention of board members and nongoverning volunteers can be fostered through appreciation and recognition strategies.
  • Consider ways to recognize and reward volunteers, and how this can improve volunteer retention.
  • Consider what recognition and appreciation strategies would allow you to affirm and acknowledge the work and dedication of board members and nongoverning volunteers in your the organization.

THE ASSIGNMENT With these thoughts in mind:
Post by Wednesday
9 pm New York Time an explanation of the importance of recognition and appreciation in the retention of board members and nongoverning volunteers. Describe at least one recognition and one appreciation strategy that you might use with a board member and/or nongoverning volunteer in your real or Hypothetical organization.




  • Article: Nice, R. (1994). Blue ribbon tips for volunteer recognition. Credit Union Management, 17(10), 12.
    Use the ProQuest database, and search using the article’s title.


Note: This article is about motivation and recognition strategies for credit unions, but can be applied to nonprofit organizations.


  • Article: Ross, D. (1992). Managing volunteers—When the carrot is not a paycheque. CMA, 66(9), 30.
    Use the ProQuest database, and search using the article’s title.



Video: Laureate Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2009). Board governance and volunteer management: Retention. Baltimore: Author. https://youtu.be/1-1Y9IVCqik