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answer the questions in the attached file question 4,9,11,12,14. based on the g

answer the questions in the attached file
question 4,9,11,12,14. based on the graphs above each questions

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doing presentation slides About ( Chimpanzees) and covering all information that

doing presentation slides About ( Chimpanzees) and covering all information that i will provide you in two files the description and rubric follows each step and covers all information in each slide. Provide outline of each slide for explaining because the slides should be as pointed.
Format of Presentation – each number corresponds to the material needed for each slide of your presen-
tation:
1.) Title Slide – this should include the common name, scientific name and a catchy phrase/title to inter-
est us in your animal. It should also include a picture of the animal.
2.) Taxonomic Group – starting with Kingdom Animalia – list the Phylum, Class, Order, and Family to
which your animal belongs, as well as list the scientific name of the animal itself.
3.) Habitat, Range, and Ecology – this slide should include a description of the types of habitat(s) where
your species is found (freshwater wetlands, temperate forests, marine intertidal?), where it is found geo-
graphically (its range), and some interesting facts about the animal’s ecology (Is it a predator? What
does it eat?, etc.).
Photos and maps enhance the information.
4.) One distinctive morphological characteristic of your animal that appears to be an adaptation to its
habitat or lifestyle (think of special appendages, body shape as related to movement, etc.)
5. and 6.) Research done on your animal – use one slide to give the overall goals and objectives of the
primary literature paper that you chose to read about your animal (was this study done to understand this
animal’s mating behaviors, is it a phylogenetic study to understand its closest relatives, is it a look at
how this species responds to changes in carbon dioxide levels in the ocean?)
On the second slide, include the most important figure or table from your paper that summarizes the re-
sults of the study on your animal. When you give your presentation, you will need to walk us through
both axes of the figure or the columns of information on the table and summarize the trends that it
shows.
7.) Why did you choose this animal? Give us one personal connection or fascinating fact that you know
about this animal that led you to choose it.
8.) Literature Cited Slide
With the exception of the literature cited slide, do not go below 24pt. font. Limit your presentation to 8 slides.
The literature source are :
Primary source that will use
https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsp…
Secondary sources: 1- https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Pan_troglodyt…
2- https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/15933/12903858…

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doing presentation slides About ( Arabian Oryx) and covering all information tha

doing presentation slides About ( Arabian Oryx) and covering all information that i will provide you in two files the description and rubric follows each step and covers all information in each slide. Provide outline of each slide for explaining because the slides should be as pointed.
Format of Presentation – each number corresponds to the material needed for each slide of your presen-
tation:
1.) Title Slide – this should include the common name, scientific name and a catchy phrase/title to inter-
est us in your animal. It should also include a picture of the animal.
2.) Taxonomic Group – starting with Kingdom Animalia – list the Phylum, Class, Order, and Family to
which your animal belongs, as well as list the scientific name of the animal itself.
3.) Habitat, Range, and Ecology – this slide should include a description of the types of habitat(s) where
your species is found (freshwater wetlands, temperate forests, marine intertidal?), where it is found geo-
graphically (its range), and some interesting facts about the animal’s ecology (Is it a predator? What
does it eat?, etc.).
Photos and maps enhance the information.
4.) One distinctive morphological characteristic of your animal that appears to be an adaptation to its
habitat or lifestyle (think of special appendages, body shape as related to movement, etc.)
5. and 6.) Research done on your animal – use one slide to give the overall goals and objectives of the
primary literature paper that you chose to read about your animal (was this study done to understand this
animal’s mating behaviors, is it a phylogenetic study to understand its closest relatives, is it a look at
how this species responds to changes in carbon dioxide levels in the ocean?)
On the second slide, include the most important figure or table from your paper that summarizes the re-
sults of the study on your animal. When you give your presentation, you will need to walk us through
both axes of the figure or the columns of information on the table and summarize the trends that it
shows.
7.) Why did you choose this animal? Give us one personal connection or fascinating fact that you know
about this animal that led you to choose it.
8.) Literature Cited Slide
With the exception of the literature cited slide, do not go below 24pt. font. Limit your presentation to 8 slides.
The literature source are :
Primary source that will use
(https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsos.210558)
Secondary sources: 1- (https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/15569/50191626)
2- https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Oryx_leucoryx/)

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la définition de l’écologie la relation pour calculer l’hauteur coupe horizonta

la définition de l’écologie
la relation pour calculer l’hauteur
coupe horizontale de la répartition des végétaux
les caractéristiques des strates
la technique de quadriage
fréquence et indice de fréquence
la densité absolue
la densité relative
l’écosystème

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Don’t be overwhelmed by technical language; you may need to look up key terms

For this assignment, complete these steps:
Read the original peer-reviewed scientific publication following the guidelines below. In this case, you will read a review paper.
Review Paper: provided in the file
Keep in mind that reading scientific journal articles is a bit different from other types of reading.The figures are just as important as the text:Read the captions
Look at axis labels and legends
Pay attention to indicators of statistical significance.
Try to summarize for yourself in words what each figure is showing.
Don’t be overwhelmed by technical language; you may need to look up key terms
Read a press release from 1) a source that you know, 2) a source that you don’t know, and 3) one more of your choice.Press release sources:New York PostLinks to an external site.
C|netLinks to an external site.
ABC NewsLinks to an external site.
The GuardianLinks to an external site.
BBC NewsLinks to an external site.
Science AlertLinks to an external site.
NDTVLinks to an external site.
Submit your answers to the following questions. To earn credit, you must provide specifics from each press release in your responses. Vague answers will not earn credit.Which press releases, from the sources listed above, did you read?
What information was accurate and what was inaccurate?
How were they similar?
How were they different?
If your group were to choose to write a press release, what aspects from the examples would you use (i.e., what would you emulate)?

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How were they similar?

For this assignment, complete these steps:
Read the original peer-reviewed scientific publication following the guidelines below. In this case, you will read a review paper.
Review Paper: provided in the file
Keep in mind that reading scientific journal articles is a bit different from other types of reading.The figures are just as important as the text:Read the captions
Look at axis labels and legends
Pay attention to indicators of statistical significance.
Try to summarize for yourself in words what each figure is showing.
Don’t be overwhelmed by technical language; you may need to look up key terms
Read a press release from 1) a source that you know, 2) a source that you don’t know, and 3) one more of your choice.Press release sources:New York PostLinks to an external site.
C|netLinks to an external site.
ABC NewsLinks to an external site.
The GuardianLinks to an external site.
BBC NewsLinks to an external site.
Science AlertLinks to an external site.
NDTVLinks to an external site.
Submit your answers to the following questions. To earn credit, you must provide specifics from each press release in your responses. Vague answers will not earn credit.Which press releases, from the sources listed above, did you read?
What information was accurate and what was inaccurate?
How were they similar?
How were they different?
If your group were to choose to write a press release, what aspects from the examples would you use (i.e., what would you emulate)?

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Don’t just use pictures for comparison.

Please revise document “PROPOSAL TO REVISE” using the instructions to improve it to what my professor is requesting.
The first part cannot exceed one page and requires reference and in-text citation. (At least 3 references should be from peer-reviewed journals and can include original research or review papers.) I found no in-text citation in the text.
2. The figure part needs some changes, and I need to focus on the collected historical data to make the chart. I will show you a previous proposal and feedback as an example. Hope you can make Line chat, Scatter Chart, or Histogram using climate data such as temperature, humidity, etc….(I provide the chat-making tool for you). Don’t just use pictures for comparison.
3. The questionnaire part can be removed because I need to focus on the knowledge of this class. Please put the main center on historical data.
Please see “revisement request” documents for further revision feedback from my professor.

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This is the link to the reading and the questions are at the bottom.

this is the link to the reading and the questions are at the bottom. https://open.oregonstate.education/climatechange/c…

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Listed alphabetically based upon the last name of the first author, and move to the second author next, if there are two papers by the same author.)

please read the file that have information exactly how to find good secondary sources and how to find primary source
So as it says first find 3 secondary sources and in each of source annotated the source which mean write the summary information of the source ( When annotating your sources, try to write 2-3 sentences summarizing the information or type of content found in each source. The annotated bibliography should be useful to you. Often when you read a scientific paper you make summary notes in the margins or highlight key facts. These are what you want to summarize and to have to refer back
to in your annotated bibliography.
As with a Literature Cited section in a paper, the bibliography should have the papers
listed alphabetically based upon the last name of the first author, and move to the second author next, if there are two papers by the same author.) Then find two secondary sources and do same things
For my Animal which is chimpanzees i already have one primary and one secondary i will share it with you and you annotated them and cite them and you find the rest
1- primary sources: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsp…
2- secondary source https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Pan_troglodyt…

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Listed alphabetically based upon the last name of the first author, and move to the second author next, if there are two papers by the same author.)

please read the file that have information exactly how to find good secondary sources and how to find primary source
So as it says first find 3 secondary sources and in each of source annotated the source which mean write the summary information of the source ( When annotating your sources, try to write 2-3 sentences summarizing the information or type of content found in each source. The annotated bibliography should be useful to you. Often when you read a scientific paper you make summary notes in the margins or highlight key facts. These are what you want to summarize and to have to refer back
to in your annotated bibliography.
As with a Literature Cited section in a paper, the bibliography should have the papers
listed alphabetically based upon the last name of the first author, and move to the second author next, if there are two papers by the same author.)
Then find two secondary sources and do same things
For my Animal which is chimpanzees i already have one primary and one secondary i will share it with you and you annotated them and cite them and you find the rest
1- primary sources:
https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsp…
2- secondary source
https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Pan_troglodyt…