Where is Herculaneum located? What happened to the city?
Herculaneum is near Pompeii. The city was buried and frozen in time due to eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Why is Herculaneum important to archeology today?
Herculaneum is important to archeology today because it is the easiest and most accurate society that archeologists have developed.
What are some of the challenges that archeologists face when examining the city of Herculaneum?
Some of the challenges that archeologists encounter when examining the city of Herculaneum was the decay and parts would fall into pieces.
How do you think the archeological investigation of Herculaneum relates to forensic anthropology? In what ways are similar techniques and processes used in both of these situations?
I think the archeological investigation of Herculaneum relates to forensic anthropology because you are putting pieces together to gather information. Some similar techniques and processes used in both of these situations are they will try to find out the sex, age, physical characteristics, and any information on the possible cause of death.
What is surprising about the ruins in Herculaneum? How is this different than Pompeii?
Those organic items are preserved very well unlike Pompeii. Herculaneum had only a few bodies but Pompeii they found more bodies then Herculaneum.
How do archeologists know that other people have been to the ruins in Herculaneum before...
Explain the factors that need to be taken into account when assessing development
Assessing children and young people's needs has to be done sensitively and accurately. There are a number of factors to be considered.
It is important that the details of any assessment carried out remains confidential unless there are serious concerns regarding the childs well being or safety. Then confidentiality will be breachd on a need to know basis and relevant agencies would be contacted in line with policies and procedures. It is also important to receive permission from the parents and the setting you work for.
Assessing a child or young person with a disability should not be compared to other children on their stages of development instead assessed on their own rate of development and progress. Low self- esteem also needs to be taken into consideration when assessing as compared to friends and other children and young people, a child with a disability may feel inadequate or feel resentment at not being able to do the tasks their friends or peers can.
Childs feelings or wishes
If a child or young person has on going family problems at home they may regress in their development or their behaviour may change. It is important to remember not to force a child or young person to complete tasks/activities you ask of them and when observing, you make them feel uncomfortable or are asked to stop you must do...
Substitute lab for Unit6 lesson 3: Stoichiometry: Counting by Measuring Mass
Determine the mass of several samples of chemical elements and compounds and use the data to count atoms.
Start Virtual ChemLab and select Counting by Measuring Mass from the list of assignments. The lab will open in the Calorimetry laboratory.
Part 1, Measuring Metal
1. Click on the Stockroom. Click on the Metals sample cabinet. Open the top drawer by clicking on it. When you open the drawer, a petri dish will show up on the counter. Place the sample of gold (Au) in the sample dish by double-clicking on it Zoom Out. Double-click on the petri dish to move it to the stockroom counter. Click the green arrow to Return to Lab.
2. Drag the petri dish to the spotlight near the balance. Click on the Balance area to zoom in. Drag the gold sample to the balance pan and record the mass in Table 1.
3. Click on the red disposal bucket to clear the lab after each sample. Repeat for lead (Pb), uranium (U), sodium (Na) and a metal of your choosing.
USE THE FOLLOWING DATA: YOU DO NOT NEED TO GO INTO THE VIRTUAL LAB!
Gold (Au) 51.0616 grams
Lead (Pb) 33.1230 grams
Uraniun (U) 51.0581 grams
Sodium (Na) 2.8699 grams
Your choice - Nickel (Ni) 24.0461 grams
NaCl 1.0483 grams
C12H22O11 1.0280 grams
NH4Cl 0.9963 grams
C6H5OH 1.0362 grams
...need a plan that will allow the organization to continue generating revenue and providing services – although possibly with lower quality – on a temporary basis until the company has regained its bearings.
3. Typically, a business continuity plan is also a compilation or collection of other plans. What other plans might a BCP and all supporting documents include?
Technical backup Plan, Communications Plan
4. Why is it important to have detailed backup and recovery steps within your disaster recovery plan (DRP)?
When the plans work together no data is lost in the transition in the process.
5. What is the purpose of a risk analysis? What is the purpose of a business impact analysis? Why are these an important first step in defining a BCP and DRP?
The purpose of risk analysis is to allow organizations to decide which risks require more attention than other do. The purpose of business impact analysis is to identify those business functions that are crucial to the organization and classify them as critical or noncritical. BIA section for each critical function receives additional information, including a description of recovery goals and requirements for each function. These are important first step because they are the building blocks for the organization.
6. How does risk analysis (RA) relate to a business impact analysis for an organization?
Each element in an organization has a limited budget, the risk analysis help managers...
Title: The Detection of Fats, Proteins, and Carbohydrate in Foods
Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to perform several general tests which help in identifying fats, protein, and carbohydrates in food.
Part A- Tests for Detecting Carbohydrates
In this part you will conduct the molisch, benedict, and iodine tests. Purple in the molisch test indicates a positive test. Benedicts test will result in a brick red/brown color for a positive test. For the iodine tests, a blue, red, or violet color indicates a positive test.
Part B- Test for Detecting Fats: The Grease Spot Test
Perform the grease spot test, which will help to detect fats.
Part C- Test for Detecting Protein
In this part we perform the xanthoprotic, biuret, and ninhydrin test. A yellow color is positive for the xanthoprotic test, and tyrosine will give a positive result. For the biuret test, a purple color is a positive test. The ninhydrin test will give a positive result for glycine.
Part D Testing Foods
Perform the grease spot test to the substance after filtering it. Now perform all six tests which were performed in the earlier parts.
Part E- Testing Milk
Perform the molisch, benedict, and iodine tests. Perform a grease spot test and then do the xanthoprotic, biuret, and ninhydrin tests.
colonies from the powerhouse of Great Britain. The Declaration of Independence can be seen as the foundation of The United States of America. Similarly, the...
1) Along with railroads, the Republicans’ protective tariffs helped build other U.S. industries, including textile and steel manufacturing in the Northeast and Midwest and (through a tariff on imported wool) sheep ranching in the West. Tariffs also funded government itself. Tariffs provided the largest share of revenue for the treasury, and helped fund the projects.
2) Farmers on the Great Plains faced the challenge of a hostile environment. In the grasslands, a cloud of grasshoppers could descend and destroy a crop in a day; a prairie fire or hailstorm could do the job in an hour. In spring, homesteaders could face sudden, terrifying tornados. In the winter, blizzards followed.
Over the long term, homesteaders discovered that the western grasslands did not receive enough rain to grow wheat and other grains. Despite the belief that “rain followed the plow,” the cycle of rainfall shifted from wet to dry. While farmers and homesteaders faced vast problems, the large scale on which hydraulic mining was done wreaked large-scale havoc on the environment. What remained in most cases was a ravaged landscape with mountains of debris, poisoned water sources, and surrounding lands stripped of timber.
3) Reconstruction and large harmful effects to the environment allowed Yellowstone to be built, it also allowed for a preservation area to help preserve the animal habitats and allow for species to...
...from which he developed his learning style inventory. ‘Learning is the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience’ (David A. Kolb 1984). He believed that our individual learning styles emerge due to our genetics, life experiences, and the demands of our current environment.
The Experiential Learning Cycle
Kolb's experiential learning style theory is typically represented by a four stage learning cycle in which the learner 'touches all the bases':
1. Concrete Experience - (a new experience of situation is encountered, or a reinterpretation of existing experience).
2. Reflective Observation (of the new experience. Of particular importance are any inconsistencies between experience and understanding).
3. Abstract Conceptualization (Reflection gives rise to a new idea, or a modification of an existing abstract concept).
4. Active Experimentation (the learner applies them to the world around them to see what results).
Kolb's learning theory (1975) sets out four distinct learning styles, which are based on a four-stage learning cycle. Kolb explains that different people naturally prefer a certain single different learning style. Various factors influence a person's preferred style for example their social environment, their educational experiences or the cognitive structure of the individual. Whatever influences the choice of style, the learning style itself is the product of two separate 'choices' that we make,...
HYPERLINK "http://eduweb.com/portfolio/artofcrimedetection/" \t "_blank" The Art of Crime Detection <- your first lab link
What do the left and rights sides of the brain do? Which side of the brain does a police sketch artist use when creating a suspect sketch?
The left side sees and interprets the world in symbols and languages. However the right side interprets it in terms of space and shape.
In the activities, you are asked to help draw a sketch of the suspects. How did you do? Was it easy or hard to create an accurate sketch? Why?
We used a PD artist to create accurate sketches of the criminal, it wasn’t extremely easy. As remembering the criminal’s face and jotting down the exact details was hard. I think it was hard as my left side works better than my right side and to remember someone’s face you need your left side which helps remember details.
In the first crime scene, what other evidence might be available for forensic scientists in addition to your suspect sketch? Choose one piece of evidence that might be available. How would forensic scientists use the evidence to identify the suspect?
Fingerprints on the toilet paper, or anywhere else. You could also look around to see if the criminal has dropped something of his.
Fingerprints could be analyzed and as they are unique it would be easier to track the criminal down.
In the second crime scene, what other evidence might be available for forensic scientists in addition to your suspect...