Lecture_9_Risk_assesment - Assignment 2 Assignment 2...

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Assignment 2 Issued: TODAY, Monday July 11th Due Date: July 25th , 5 pm Submission box: outside SW 511A, blue wooden, labeled visibly If you have conflict you can see another TA but you have to submit the assignment to your, designated, TA Plagiarism will not be tolerated Students are expected to submit individual work for grading Late assignments will not be accepted and assigned a grade of zero. Extensions will be granted ONLY with medical note or under exceptional circumstances. Your TA must be informed about that immediately or within maximum 10 days after the assignment due date.
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Assignment 2 You should use a word processor for your written responses Remember to write your name, student number, date and TAs name You should print out the marking scheme, which will be posted on the Intranet soon, and attach it to your assignment Check the Intranet regularly for possible announcements
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Assignment 2 Q #1 a - Use a line graph, properly label axis and title the graph. Submit your graph b - Explain the graph in no more than 1-2 sentences. No referencing required c - Explain you answer in maximum half of page. Provide at least ONE reference d - Explain you answer in maximum half of page. References not required. Q #2- Explain you answer in less than one page. Provide at least TWO references in total (at least ONE journal reference)
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Assignment 2 Q #3 A. Explain your answer in maximum half of page. Provide at least ONE extra reference besides the given website B. Explain in no more than 2-3 sentences C. Explain in no more than 2-3 sentences D. Explain you answer in maximum half of page
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What are good references? – Peer reviewed papers – Reliable websites (Government, EPA, CEPA, Health Canada, University's websites etc.) – Books – Do not use the lectures and the textbook as reference Use APA style
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TAs (office SW511A) • James Nugent (A - F) • Lisa Tutty (H- L) • Slawomir Kowal (M -S) • Smriti Das (T - Z and G) (A –Z first letter of the student's last name)
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James Nugent - Friday 3rd June (1-3pm); Fri 10th June (1-2pm) Lisa Tutty - Thurs June 2 [6-8pm]; Thurs June 9 [6-8pm] and for tutorial 2: Thurs July 14 [6-8pm] and Thurs July 21 [6-8pm] Slawomir Kowal - Wednesdays on June 1 and 8, July 13 and 20 from 12-2 pm Smriti Das - Tuesday 10-12 (May 31 & Jun. 7; TA’s office hours
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Toxicology
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Toxicology Definition: – Study of poisons – “the science which studies toxic substances or poisons, that are substances which cause alteration or perturbation in the function of an organisms leading to harmful effects (Truhaut, 1974)
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Toxicology: assessing chemical hazards (1) How harmful a substance is depends on: Chemical properties of the substance Electronegativity Polarity Oxidation state Molecular weight Dissociation Solubility Water soluble toxins Fat soluble toxins
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course ENVIRONMEN 110 taught by Professor Stefanovic during the Summer '11 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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Lecture_9_Risk_assesment - Assignment 2 Assignment 2...

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