CH 1: Electronic components in computers process data using instructions(steps that tell the computer how to perform a particular
task). 2 Smartphones communicate wirelessly w/ other devices or computers.3Data conveys meaning to users, and information is
The term papers are to be turned into the PEHR
office (CV 102) by 5 pm on the date they are due.
What is the incidence of American Adults that are overweight?
a) Protein Intake
Limit protein intake to recommended 10% - 35% of calories
Meat foods high in protein are often high in fat
Additional protein is not necessary
b) Eating habits
Small, frequent meals on a regular schedule.
Skipping meals, promotes sna
Overweight and obesity are a result of energy
imbalance over a long period of time.
At risk for diseases and disorders associated with malnutrition
At risk for diseas
blood stream, the two sweeteners are indistinguishable. No persuasive evidence supports the
claim that high fructose corn syrup is a unique contributor to obesity, however, like all nutritive
sweeteners, it does contribute calories. This is where moderati
Questionnaire on Perceptions of Urban Wilderness
1. What is Wilderness? (please tick the term you feels describes it best)
A baron wasteland with little or no life.
An unspoilt area, untouched by man.
An isolated environment.
A fragile ecosystem.
Ultimately, these principles by themselves, do not ensure quality wilderness management, but they do
provide basic concepts to guide that management. At the very least they do provide a basis for reviewing
and evaluating solutions to problems (Hendee, 199
6. References and Web Links
Hendee, J.C, Stankey, G.H & Lucas, R.C. 1990. Wilderness Management. Fulcrum Publishing,
Colorado. [Chapter 7]
Nash, R (1982) Wilderness and the American Mind. Third Edition. Yale University Press, New Haven.
Percent of adults ages 2074* who were at a healthy weight, overweight, or obese
*Data are age-adjusted to the 2000 U.S. standard population.
Healthy weight, body mass index (BMI) =
desire that he wanted to go down to the park and see it "finished", Friends of the Spit hope that the park
and its natural component will be ever-changing and evolving.
Example 2: Preservation of existing urban area
While to many urban areas are not consi
During this investigation it has become clear that urban wilderness is not a quantifiable entity, it is
impossible to define in any scientific capacity. Rather it is an opinion, a judgement, a belief, an attitude.
On this basis we have shown
concerning the urban wilderness, as many individuals fail to realise they are actually experiencing a
wilderness of a different variety. This is reflected in our results from questionnaires.
Principle 7: Guide management with written plans that state obje
can follow any path you desire. In that case, do parklands provide more freedom? Can they offer more
recreational opportunities a major characteristic of wilderness environments? Im sure the
argumentative amongst us would say so!
Findings of our Questionnaire
1. The results show that many of the criteria which define wilderness areas can be applied
to urban areas. Despite some obvious management in urban areas and the fact that they are
by no means untouched by huma
5. Urban Wilderness Management- Examples
Urban Wilderness Management can take two forms:
the creation of urban wilderness areas to try and simulate wilderness in an urban environment, and
the preservation of wilderness areas that already exist.
4.The Thirteen Management Principles:
Hendee (1990) states: Wilderness management is complex. When a problem arises, many
solutions might be possible; seldom are there single unequivocal answers at hand. This
statement summarises the challenge, which is f
3. Examples of Urban Wilderness
Wilderness is not a noun, but a quality that is entirely subjective. As it is incredibly difficult to define, it
consequently provides ample opportunity for a wide range of individual interpretations, and arguable
Type 2 diabetes, previously considered an adult disease, has increased dramatically in children
and adolescents. Overweight and obesi
Occupational work, Carpentry, construction work, waiting tables, farming
Household chores, Washing floors or windows, gardening or yard work
Leisure time activities, Walking, skating, biking, swimming, playing Frisbee, dancing
Structured sports or exerci
remained unoccupied (with the exception of a few military officers) for over 25 years. Access is
forbidden, but the views from the outskirts illustrate an incredibly eerie, hostile and peculiar
atmosphere. The silence is unnerving, and the forces of natur
EPOMM European Platform on Mobility Management - is an international partnership co-ordinated by
the EC aiming to promote and develop Mobility Management in Europe and to fine tune its
implementation with the EU
Member States and the other European countr
Freedom, spontaneity and escape are recognised as important qualities of the wilderness
experience. It is therefore essential for the managers to take into account this particular principle,
which involves the use of minimum tools, device, equipment, forc
Hot Topic: High Fructose Corn Syrup
Sunday, December 4, 2005
SUSAN JOUFLAS / THE SEATTLE TIMES
High-fructose corn syrup fueling obesity epidemic,
By Carolyn Poirot
Knight Ridder Newspapers
FORT WORTH, Texas High-fructose corn syrup isn't compl
Oregon State University: Food Resource
The truth is table sugar and HFCS are both about 50% fructose and 50%
dextrose (D-glucose). An analysis of annual HFCS 55 & 42 production
would reveal an average content of
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 79, No. 4, 537-543, April 2004
2004 American Society for Clinical Nutrition
Consumption of high-fructose corn syrup in beverages may play a
role in the epidemic of obesity1,2
George A Bray, Samara Joy Nielsen
scene can be restored by natural forces. However, Hendee (1990), states that, even when management
seeks to restore wilderness conditions, the focus must be on allowing natural processes to operate, thus
protecting natural relationships between parts of e