Research the following wildland fire operational area:

This is a research paper for a Wildland Firefighting class. Write a 3-5 page research paper in APA format including at least 3 references.
3-5 Pages of content NOT including Title Page, Abstract or Reference Page- APA 7th Edition, please.
Research the following wildland fire operational area:
AVIATION RESOURCES (including helicopters, and air tankers)
Here are some questions tied to your research.
How does this operational area prepare to fight wildland fires?
What procedures take place during incident activation for this operational area?
How does this operational area help support firefighting operations?
What safety measures/mitigations should be considered during firefighting operations?
What considerations should be made while demobilizing this operational area from a wildland fire?
Use proper fire terminology throughout your paper, here is a link to the glossary of fire termsLinks to an external site.(https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/terminology/) for reference. Use APA style of writing, please.

This is a research paper for a building construction for the fire service class for a fire tech degree.

This is a research paper for a Building Construction for the Fire Service class for a Fire Tech degree. It needs to be written about a fire fighter that has died because of structural collapse. You can choose who to write about unless you want me to pick the incident. It needs to be no less than 2000 words. I have attached the full description

Identify the exposure pathway of your chosen chemical.

Instructions
In this assignment, you will choose options from each category to design your own case study. Once you have selected one option from each category, you will use that profile to write a case study report. Do not use the same chemical you researched in Unit II. Be creative in developing your character by giving a name, occupation (if applicable), identity, and description of the individual and the situation and circumstances of the case study. The details of the effects of the chemical exposure should be supported by your references.
Step 1: Identify a specific chemical from ONE of these categories:
fungicide,
rodenticide,
herbicide, or
insecticide.
Step 2: Choose a profile of the individual affected:
adult or
child.
Step 3: Research at least two incidents of exposure of the chemical.
Step 4: Develop a case study of exposure of your chemical to the individual. Discuss the following in your case study:
Identify how the individual was exposed to the chemical.
Identify the exposure pathway of your chosen chemical.
What organ systems were affected by the chemical?
What acute and chronic effects of exposure to the chemical were observed? Would the effects have been different if the individual was younger or older?
How could exposure to the chemical be avoided?
The case study should include the following components:
Include all of the aspects in Step 4.
Utilize at least three credible references, one of which may be the textbook, and one of which must come from the CSU Online Library.
Include a minimum of at least two pages, not including title and reference pages.
All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Adhere to APA Style when constructing this assignment, including in-text citations and references for all sources that are used. Please note that no abstract is needed.

What sort of political organizing has gone on around the issue of this commodity?

Hello! For this paper it is on a Commodity Flows Assessment Report and the commodity I have chosen is going to be Gem quality Diamonds from Sierra Leone in Africa.
Here are the instructions for the paper:
For this assignment, you will deepen your understanding of a particular commodity, with a focus on its environmental impacts and issues of environmental justice.

You will investigate your commodity using resourcetrade.earthLinks to an external site. to learn more about where the commodity or species is extracted to get to you. Use ejatlas.orgLinks to an external site., or conduct a web search for news articles or websites related to the environmental and social impact of extracting the commodity.
How the commodity originated. How long has this item existed as a commodity, rather as something people accessed directly (as a “use value”)?
Did it come into existence only recently?
Where was the commodity first developed?
Why was it developed?
Where is the origin of the commodity itself?
Is it only possible because of contributions from various geographies, or is it made from materials from only one origin?
How many different political spaces (that is, national states) are involved in its production?
Is the same commodity made in many different places, and if so, which ones?
What do those places have in common?
What are the pathways by which the commodity travels from its origins to the places of its use/consumption?
What kinds of impacts does it make along these pathways?
What are the conditions of the commodity’s use or consumption? Is it used widely?
Is it a “luxury“ good?
How expensive is it?
Is it widely available, or are there legal conditions that affect its use?
What impacts does the commodity’s production have on the environment where it is produced?
What about where it is consumed? What is the “after life“ of the commodity after it is used or consumed?
How is the commodity disposed of after use?
Where is it disposed of?
Where does it go, and what impact does it have in its “final“ resting place?
Who are the communities impacted by the commodity during all of this process?
Are these communities already part of marginalized groups in society?
Are they marginalized further by their proximity to pollution? What can be known about the impacts on nonhuman communities?
What sort of political organizing has gone on around the issue of this commodity?
What are the proposals of those who have politically organized about it?
Do they want to see changes in production? In consumption?
Are there alternatives to this commodity, in your opinion?
What could be done differently to improve environmental justice outcomes?
If there are no alternatives to this commodity, why not?
What could we do as a society to address the impacts that this commodity has, if not providing alternatives to it in particular?

The final report does not have a set length requirement but requires that you are detailed in your analysis and research. I am expecting about 2-3 pages of written (single-spaced) text total for the whole report, but if the research is deep, I imagine it will be longer. You can also incorporate the writing you did during Tuesday’s class into the final report. If there is information that you were unable to find, you must explain at least where you looked for this information, and how you approached figuring it out.
Your report should include a reference and citation list, which includes websites where you found information, as well as books, articles, movies, and so on. Remember to cite page numbers if you are using quotes!
Your report also may include images to illustrate the commodities pathway from creation to use and disposal.
The outline of contents should follow:
Intro/overview/your own story with the commodity
Origins/history/past/context
Extraction and production
Distribution/transportation
Consumption/Use
Disposal
Conclusions on environmental justice and change
References/citations

What sort of political organizing has gone on around the issue of this commodity?

Hello! For this paper it is on a Commodity Flows Assessment Report and the commodity I have chosen is going to be Gem quality Diamonds from Sierra Leone in Africa.
Here are the instructions for the paper:
For this assignment, you will deepen your understanding of a particular commodity, with a focus on its environmental impacts and issues of environmental justice.

You will investigate your commodity using resourcetrade.earthLinks to an external site. to learn more about where the commodity or species is extracted to get to you. Use ejatlas.orgLinks to an external site., or conduct a web search for news articles or websites related to the environmental and social impact of extracting the commodity.
How the commodity originated. How long has this item existed as a commodity, rather as something people accessed directly (as a “use value”)?
Did it come into existence only recently?
Where was the commodity first developed?
Why was it developed?
Where is the origin of the commodity itself?
Is it only possible because of contributions from various geographies, or is it made from materials from only one origin?
How many different political spaces (that is, national states) are involved in its production?
Is the same commodity made in many different places, and if so, which ones?
What do those places have in common?
What are the pathways by which the commodity travels from its origins to the places of its use/consumption?
What kinds of impacts does it make along these pathways?
What are the conditions of the commodity’s use or consumption? Is it used widely?
Is it a “luxury“ good?
How expensive is it?
Is it widely available, or are there legal conditions that affect its use?
What impacts does the commodity’s production have on the environment where it is produced?
What about where it is consumed? What is the “after life“ of the commodity after it is used or consumed?
How is the commodity disposed of after use?
Where is it disposed of?
Where does it go, and what impact does it have in its “final“ resting place?
Who are the communities impacted by the commodity during all of this process?
Are these communities already part of marginalized groups in society?
Are they marginalized further by their proximity to pollution? What can be known about the impacts on nonhuman communities?
What sort of political organizing has gone on around the issue of this commodity?
What are the proposals of those who have politically organized about it?
Do they want to see changes in production? In consumption?
Are there alternatives to this commodity, in your opinion?
What could be done differently to improve environmental justice outcomes?
If there are no alternatives to this commodity, why not?
What could we do as a society to address the impacts that this commodity has, if not providing alternatives to it in particular?

The final report does not have a set length requirement but requires that you are detailed in your analysis and research. I am expecting about 2-3 pages of written (single-spaced) text total for the whole report, but if the research is deep, I imagine it will be longer. You can also incorporate the writing you did during Tuesday’s class into the final report. If there is information that you were unable to find, you must explain at least where you looked for this information, and how you approached figuring it out.
Your report should include a reference and citation list, which includes websites where you found information, as well as books, articles, movies, and so on. Remember to cite page numbers if you are using quotes!
Your report also may include images to illustrate the commodities pathway from creation to use and disposal.
The outline of contents should follow:
Intro/overview/your own story with the commodity
Origins/history/past/context
Extraction and production
Distribution/transportation
Consumption/Use
Disposal
Conclusions on environmental justice and change
References/citations

A current issue that is significant within your particular community

My main community is to why the philippines have inadequate access to food, water, and healthcare.
4-6 complete, double-spaced pages using standard margins and Times New Roman 12 pt. font
A current issue that is significant within your particular community
A minimum of EIGHT (8) sources, at least FOUR (4) of which are GLOBALLY focused
An annotated bibliography, using appropriate citation methods (using APA or MLA citation style) involving correct summarizing, paraphrasing, and quoting of reliable sources
A chronological narrative of the exploratory research process, including initial research questions, subsequent questions, gathered information, and assessments of information, and the thought processes involved.

Need a complete statistical analysis of data collected for research project.

Need a complete statistical analysis of data collected for research project. Stats to be done in R with methodology as to how it was completed. There are many data sources and some gaps that will need to be determine how to be filled once prof is choose. Data sets are: Soil Samples, pre/post research, research plots in research area, percentage covered of non native species (pre/plot research). Number of livestock used per plot, time livestock spent on each plot.

Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

You must include the following elements in your Infographic:

§ Title – the infographic must contain a clear and relevant title

§ Topic Statement – an introduction to the topic as well as a clear statement addressing the environmental issue

§ Visuals– supporting information on the environmental issue and a presentation of your research. All information must be referenced. Your Infographic must also include at least:
· 1 geographic map
· 1 graph, chart, or table (e.g.: line graph, bar graph, data table, pie chart)
· Note: The above items cannot come from lecture notes or e-learning modules

§ Text – There must be text supporting the visuals in your Infographic. There is no word limit on the text, but your entire Infographic should present well, and text should be legible when printed on standard or legal-size paper (8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14”). Information must be presented in your own words (i.e.: paraphrased) and must be cited appropriately (footnotes are acceptable). Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

§ Solutions/How you can Help – the infographic must include solutions to or ways to mitigate the environmental problem

§ References – a list of references used in your research. All information in your Infographic must be referenced, including the sources of graphics/pictures/etc. (footnotes are acceptable). You must also include the reference list within your infographic (usually depicted at the bottom). For the text portion alone, you must use at least 5 reputable sources of information. Lecture notes and e-Learning modules do not count as sources of information. A URL shortener can be used to reduce the amount of space taken by the list of references, but make sure that the link created is stable (i.e.: it always brings the reader to your intended source).

§ Size – must fit on 8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14” paper. Text must be legible and graphics of good quality when printed at this size.

§ Note: Remember, your Infographics are visual representations of scientific data. There should be a good balance of text and visuals in your final product (see the Infographic included at the start of these guidelines).

Refer to the “Assignment Evaluation” section at the end for additional expectations)
References are in cc’s format

What additional questions does the article raise (were there gaps/lack of necessary information needed?)

Source: Ferreira, B. (2018, Dec. 5) We asked 105 experts what scares and inspires them most about the future. Motherboard. https://www.vice.com/en/article/zmdqye/we-asked-105-experts-what-scares-and-inspires-them-most-about-the-future Reflection: In a short 350-word reflection, discuss what you learned and how you felt after reading Vice’s article about the future. What aspect of the article did you find most engaging and interesting? Discuss why. What aspect of the article did you find least engaging? What additional questions does the article raise (were there gaps/lack of necessary information needed?) Discuss how you feel about the future – what environmental problem do you find yourself most concerned with and why? Find and use 1 outside resource to discuss how this environmental issue is being helped (through government, charity organization, grass-roots efforts) – what are people trying to do to help with this problem and does it inspire you? Please write in full sentences and upload your assignment (word or PDF document) here in Blackboard. Be sure to use in-text citations and include a full list of references in APA format.