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QUESTION 1 Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: The higher ups in Miami and in state government do not like to talk about it. . . . The fact is, however, that, indifferent to interethnic struggles, political compromises, banking strategies, and traffic congestion, the sea is slowly reclaiming the peninsula and, most urgently, its southern part. The endless debates and delays with regard to Miami's traffic gridlock may be related, at least unconsciously on the part of authorities, to the anticipation of what is coming. For what good is it to build a multibillion-dollar rapid transit system when a few decades from now it may be underwater? -Alejandro Portes and Ariel C. Armony, The Global Edge, 2018, p. 176 Using the quotation above as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation: a. It is not a fiction that "the sea is reclaiming the [Florida] peninsula and, most urgently, its southern part" (Portes et. al, 2018, p. 176). b. It is not a fiction that "the sea is reclaiming the [Florida] peninsula and, most urgently, its southern part" (Portes & Armony, 2018, p. 176). c. It is not a fiction that "the sea is reclaiming the [Florida] peninsula and, most urgently, its southern part." (Portes & Armony, 2018, p. 176) QUESTION 2 Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: The radical otherness of birds in integral to their beauty and their value. They are always among us but never of us. They're the other world-dominating animals that evolution has produced, and their indifference to us ought to serve as a chastening reminder that we're not the measure of all things. -Jonathan Franzen, The End of the the End of the Earth, 2018, p. 40 Using the quotation above as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation. Birds, as the descendants of dinosaurs, have evolved and been on the planet longer than humans, and as Franzen reminded his readers "their indifference to us ought to serve as a chastening reminder athat we're not the measure of all things" (p. 40). Ob. Birds, as the descendants of dinosaurs, have evolved and been on the planet longer than humans, and as Franzen (2018) reminded his readers their indifference to us ought to serve as a chastening reminder that we're not the measure of all things" (p. 40). Birds, as the descendants of dinosaurs, have evolved and been on the planet longer than humans, and as Franzen reminded his readers their indifference to us ought to serve as a chastening reminder "that we're not the measure of all things." (p. 40) QUESTION 3 Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: Climate change displaces people in numerous and complex ways, for short and indefinite periods of time. According to Kathleen Newland's 2011 report "Climate Change and Migration Dynamics," there are four major drivers of climate-induced migration: sea-level rise; higher temperatures; droughts, floods, and other changes in the water cycle, and severe storms. -Claire Skinner, "Climate-Induced Migration," 2018, a database article with no page numbers, quote is from paragraph 12 Using the quotation above as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation: O a. Skinner reported, "Four factors that cause climate migration include "sea-level rise; higher temperatures, droughts, floods, and other changes in the water cycle; and sever storms" (Skinner, 2018, para. 12). Oh Skinner (2018) reported "Four factors that cause climate migration include "sea-level rise higher temperatures droughts floods and other changes in the water cycle and sever storms" (nara 12) Click Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All Answers to save all answers. Save All Ans

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a. Although changes in the water cycle do not always lead to migration, "the associated increase in food instability does" (2018, Skinner, para. 13). O b. Although changes in the water cycle do not always lead to migration, "the associated increase in food instability does" (Skinner, 2018, para. 13). O c. Although changes in the water cycle do not always lead to migration, "the associated increase in food instability does." (Skinner, 2018, para. 13) QUESTION 9 Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0'C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8 C to 1.2"C. -IPCC, "Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 C," p. 4 Using the quotation above from as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a United Nations body which has been in existence since 1988 and which is tasked with evaluating the science connected to climate change. Its a. "Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5'C" explains, "Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0'C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8 C to 1 2'C (IPCC, 2018, p.4)". The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a United Nations body which has been in existence since 1988 and which is tasked with evaluating the science connected to climate change. Its Ob. "Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5"C" explains, "Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0'C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8'C to 1.2"C" (IPCC, 2018, p.4). The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a United Nations body which has been in existence since 1988 and which is tasked with evaluating the science connected to climate change. Its Oc. "Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 C" explains, "Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0'C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8'C to 1.2'C" (2018). QUESTION 10 Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: While capitalism has produced a plethora of socioeconomic benefits over its relatively brief history, it has also instigated unforeseen and undesirable consequences. With every product having a byproduct, our ability to extract and consume an immense bounty of natural resources has generated a correspondingly monstrous amount of waste in the form of physical garbage, atmospheric pollution, and other forms of environmental degradation. Global climate change has been the most severe consequence of our society's excessive atmospheric pollution. -Jonanthan T. Park, "Climate Change and Capitalism," 2015, database PDF article, p. 189 Using the quotation above as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation; Although no one can reasonably argue against the benefits of capitalism, it is also true that, as Park noted, "it has it has also instigated unforeseen and undesirable consequences" (p. 189). This is "because every product that is manufactured for consumption produces both physical and atmospheric, with atmospheric waste being the greatest contributor to climate change (Park, 2015, p. 189). Ob. Although no one can reasonably argue against the benefits of capitalism, it is also true that, as Park (2015) noted, "it has it has also instigated unforeseen and undesirable consequences" (p. 189). This is because every product that is manufactured for consumption produces both physical and atmospheric, with atmospheric waste being the greatest contributor to climate change (Park, 2015, p. 189). O c.H Although no one can reasonably argue against the benefits of capitalism, it is also true that, as Park (2015) noted, "it has it has also instigated unforeseen and undesirable consequences" (p. 189). This is "because every product that is manufactured for consumption produces both physical and atmospheric, with atmospheric waste being the greatest contributor to climate change. (Park, 2015, p. 189).

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Oa "the larger and healthier and more diverse our bird populations are, the greater the chances that many species will survive, even thrive. To prevent extinctions in the future, it's not enough to curb our carbon emissions. We also have to keep a whole lot of wild birds alive right now." (para. 12) Arguing that birds are more likely to adapt to serious climatic changes, Franzen (2015) wrote that although many birds have adapted in the past, the larger and healthier and more diverse our bird populations are, the greater the chances that many species will survive, even thrive. To prevent extinctions in the future, it's not enough to curb our carbon emissions. We also have to keep a whole lot of wild birds alive right now. (para. 12) Arguing that birds are more likely to adapt to serious climatic changes, Franzen (2015) wrote that although many birds have adapted in the past, O c the larger and healthier and more diverse our bird populations are, the greater the chances that many species will survive, even thrive. To prevent extinctions in the future, it's not enough to curb our carbon emissions. We also have to keep a whole lot of wild birds alive right now (para: 12). QUESTION 8 Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: Changes in a region's water cycle, which can include more frequent droughts, changes in the type of precipitation (e.g., snow to rain), and excessive flooding, do not always cause mass, long-term migration, but the associated increase in food instability does. -Claire Skinner, "Climate-Induced Migration," 2018, a database article with no page numbers, quote is from paragraph 13 Using the quotation above as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation a. Although changes in the water cycle do not always lead to migration, 'the associated increase in food instability does" (2018, Skinner, para. 13) b. Although changes in the water cycle do not always lead to migration, "the associated increase in food instability does" (Skinner, 2018, para. 13) O c. Although changes in the water cycle do not always lead to migration, "the associated increase in food instability does."(Skinner, 2018, para. 13) QUESTION 9 Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0'C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8 C to 1.2 C. -IPCC, "Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 C," p. 4 Using the quotation above from as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a United Nations body which has been in existence since 1988 and which is tasked with evaluating the science connected to climate change. Its a. "Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5C" explains, "Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0'C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8 C to 1.2.C (IPCC, 2018, p.4)". The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a United Nations body which has been in existence since 1988 and which is tasked with evaluating the science connected to climate change. Its Ob. "Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5'C" explains, "Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0'C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8 C to 1.2.C" (IPCC, 2018, p.4). The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a United Nations body which has been in existence since 1988 and which is tasked with evaluating the science connected to climate change. Its c. "Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5"C" explains, "Human activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0'C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, with a likely range of 0.8 C to 1.2'C" (2018)

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O b." It is important not to confuse "climate events," such as a flood or a storm from "climate processes," which are steadier shifts in sea-level rise or temperatures, for example. It is these "processes" rather "than the "events" that cause people to migrate (Skinner, 2018, para. 14). It is important not to confuse "climate events," such as a flood or a storm from "climate processes," which are steadier shifts in sea-level rise or temperatures, for example. It is these "processes" rather "than the "events" that cause people to migrate. (Skinner, 2018, para. 14) QUESTION 6 10 points Sav Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: The higher ups in Miami and in state government do not like to talk about it. . . . The fact is, however, that, indifferent to interethnic struggles, political compromises, banking strategies, and traffic congestion, the sea is slowly reclaiming the peninsula and, most urgently, its southern part. The endless debates and delays with regard to Miami's traffic gridlock may be related, at least unconsciously on the part of authorities, to the anticipation of what is coming. For what good is it to build a multibillion-dollar rapid transit system when a few decades from now it may be underwater? -Alejandro Portes and Ariel C. Armony, The Global Edge, 2018, p. 176 Using the quotation above as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation: Portes and Armony (2018) posed an interesting question about the reason why there has been such little progress improving the transportation system in Miami: "[What good is it to build a multibillion- dollar rapid transit system when a few decades from now it may be underwater?" (2018, p. 176). O b. Portes and Armony (2018) posed an interesting question about the reason why there has been such little progress improving the transportation system in Miami: "[What good is it to build a multibillion- dollar rapid transit system when a few decades from now it may be underwater?" (p. 176). Portes and Armony (2018) posed an interesting question about the reason why there has been such little progress improving the transportation system in Miami: "[What good is it to build a multibillion- " dollar rapid transit system when a few decades from now it may be underwater?" (176). QUESTION 7 10 points Save Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: The responses of birds to acute climatic stress are not well studied, but birds have been adapting to such stresses for tens of millions of years, and they're surprising us all the time-emperor penguins relocating their breeding grounds as the Antarctic ice melts, tundra swans leaving the water and learning to glean grains from agricultural fields. Not every species will manage to adapt. But the larger and healthier and more lot of wild birds alive right now. diverse our bird populations are, the greater the chances that many species will survive, even thrive. To prevent extinctions in the future, it's not enough to curb our carbon emissions. We also have to keep a whole -Jonathan Franzen, "Carbon Capture," 2015, online article with no page numbers, quote is from paragraph 12 Using the quotation above as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation: Arguing that birds are more likely to adapt to serious climatic changes, Franzen (2015) wrote that although many birds have adapted in the past, Oa the larger and healthier and more diverse our bird populations are, the greater the chances that many species will survive, even thrive. To prevent extinctions in the future, it's not enough to curb our carbon emissions. We also have to keep a whole lot of wild birds alive right now." (para. 12) Arguing that birds are more likely to adapt to serious climatic changes, Franzen (2015) wrote that although many birds have adapted in the past, Ob the larger and healthier and more diverse our bird populations are, the greater the chances that many species will survive, even thrive. To prevent extinctions in the future, it's not enough to curb our carbon emissions. We also have to keep a whole lot of wild birds alive right now. (para. 12)

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-Claire Skinner, "Climate-Induced Migration," 2018, a database article with no page numbers, quote is from paragraph 12 Using the quotation above as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation: a. Skinner reported, "Four factors that cause climate migration include "sea-level rise; higher temperatures; droughts, floods, and other changes in the water cycle; and sever storms" (Skinner, 2018, para. 12) b. Skinner (2018) reported, "Four factors that cause climate migration include "sea-level rise; higher temperatures, droughts, floods, and other changes in the water cycle, and sever storms" (para. 12). O c. Skinner reported, "Four factors that cause climate migration include "sea-level rise; higher temperatures, droughts, floods, and other changes in the water cycle, and sever storms" (2018, para. 12). QUESTION 4 10 p Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: If, between now and 2050, women have, on the average, half a child more than assumed in the U.N.'s medium projection, the projected number in 2050 is 10.5 billion. The difference between the low projection of 8 billion in 2050 and the high projection of 10.5 billion in 2050 is 2.5 billion, which was the total world population in 1950. Joel E. Cohen, "Population and Climate Change," 2010, database PDF article, p. 173 Using the quotation above as reference, choose the correctly quoted and cited option below. Pay close attention to punctuation; It seems that the best ways of addressing the threat of overpopulation is two-fold: We must both educate people (men and women) about sex and make contraception easily accessible to all women. This a. is because even if we take a conservative estimate, that is "half a child more than assumed in the U. N.'s medium projection," world population will grow to 10.5 billion by 2050. This number becomes more chilling when we realize that the global population in 1950 was 2.5 billion (Cohen, 2010, p. 173). It seems that the best ways of addressing the threat of overpopulation is two-fold: We must both educate people (men and women) about sex and make contraception easily accessible to all women. This Ob. is because even if we take a conservative estimate, that is "half a child more than assumed in the U.N.'s medium projection, world population will grow to 10.5 billion by 2050 (Cohen, 2010, p. 173). This number becomes more chilling when we realize that the global population in 1950 was 2.5 billion (Cohen, 2010, p. 173). It seems that the best ways of addressing the threat of overpopulation is two-fold: We must both educate people (men and women) about sex and make contraception easily accessible to all women. This c. Is because even if we take a conservative estimate, that is "half a child more than assumed in the U.N.'s medium projection," world population will grow to 10.5 billion by 2050 (Cohen, 2010, p. 173). This number becomes more chilling when we realize that the global population in 1950 was 2.5 billion (Cohen, p. 173). QUESTION 5 10 points Here is the original text from which the quotations in the options below are taken: It was long believed that massive "climate events" such as severe storms pushed people to migrate. However, scholarship in the 2010s showed that, while climate events do affect climate-induced migration, they are not the only factor: sea-level rise, higher temperatures, and disruption of water cycles, known collectively as "climate processes,"are perhaps more significant push factors than climate events. -Claire Skinner, "Climate-Induced Migration," 2018, a database article with no page numbers, quote is from paragraph 14 it is important not to confuse "climate events," (Skinner, 2018) such as a flood or a storm from "climate processes," which are steadier shifts in sea-level rise or temperatures, for example. It is these processes" (Skinner, 2018) rather than the "events" that cause people to migrate (para. 14). Ob." It is important not to confuse "climate events," such as a flood or a storm from "climate processes," which are steadier shifts in sea-level rise or temperatures, for example. It is these "processes" rather than the "events" that cause people to migrate (Skinner, 2018, para. 14).

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