Project 1-ENG101

Project 1-ENG101 - Project 1 Rhetorical Analysis of Writing...

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Project 1 Rhetorical Analysis of Writing in the Sciences Adverse Effects of Hyposalinity from Stormwater Runoff on the Aggregating Anemone : K.L.M. Martin and H. Engebretson The purpose of this rhetorical analysis is to better understand a scientific essay and its components. The author of the Adverse Effects of Hyposalinity from Stormwater Runoff on the Aggregating Anemone is K.L.M. Martin. Karen Martin got her Ph.D. in biology from UCLA, as well as her Bachelor’s and Master’s at the University of Oklahoma, and is now on the faculty of the Natural Sciences Division of Pepperdine University. She and her colleagues reported this study at the Symposium on Coastal Watersheds and Their Effects on the Ocean Environment. I believe that the intended audience of this writing was the general public. She wrote to them for wanting them to make a change and to inform them about how marine life is interfered by humans and runoff. Her purpose was to inform, educate, shock, and also to call to action. Martin and her colleagues “search for the cause of decreased anemone populations along the This writing is an experimental study and report. On page 98 of Kirscht & Schlenz, the first line of paragraph three starts with “We did a series of laboratory experiments that indicated that the loss……” which separates this from the observational study and report. This writing consisted of both Local and Surface components. The local sections included in this work were the title page, introduction, abstract, method, results,
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Project 1-ENG101 - Project 1 Rhetorical Analysis of Writing...

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