Question 1: How can a paper within your field be of use

Question 1: How can a paper within your field be of use to your research, even if it doesn’t directly provide useful information to you?

Question 2: Elevated Blood Lead Levels in Children Associated With the Flint Drinking Water Crisis: A Spatial Analysis of Risk and Public Health Response. American Journal of Public Health, Mona Hanna-Attisha et al. (February 2016.

According to the introduction, what population is considered to be disproportionately impacted by lead poisoning?

Question 3: What outstanding questions do you have after reading the introduction? Were there portions that were unclear or that you had trouble understanding?

Question 4: Did you find any methods or strategies helpful for understanding the introduction?

Question 5: What outstanding questions do you have after reading the results section? Were there portions that were unclear or that you. Had trouble understanding?

Question 6: Did you find any methods or strategies helpful or understanding the results section?

Question 7: What potential sources of lead did the researchers account for when determining whether all of the elevated lead levels were due to the change in water source?

Question 8: Why would low rates of breastfeeding in the observed areas increase the amount of elevated blood lead levels in children?

Question 9: What outstanding questions do you have after reading the discussion section? Were there portions that were unclear or that you had trouble understanding?

Question 10: Did you find any methods or strategies helpful for understanding the discussion section?

Question 11: Why might the data used in this study be skewed toward higher-risk children?

Question 12: What outstanding questions do you have after reading the conclusion section? Were there portions that were unclear or that you had trouble understanding?

Question 13: Did you find any methods or strategies helpful for understanding the conclusion section?

Question 14: Fracking-The Reality, the Risks and What the Future Holds. The Guardian, Adam Vaughn (February 26, 2018)

In your opinion, how could this source be improved to make it more credible?

Question 15: Why is it important to make sure that the sources you use are not only credible, but also relevant?

Question 16: The following journal article reference contains a style error. Describe what the error is and how the reference should be changed to conform to APA guidelines.

Jackson, R. B., Vengosh, A., Carey, J. W., Davies, R. J., Darrah, T. H., O’Sullivan, F., & Petron, G. (2014). The environment costs and benefits of fracking. Annual Review of Enviroment and Resources, 39(1), 327-362. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-environ-031113-144051

Question 17: What is the difference between unintentional and intentional plagiarism?

Question 18: Find three sources that address your issue and question. Then title each source and describe why you chose it, and create an APA style reference for each source.