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Ch 29: Environmental Risk Analysis: Homework Help for AP Science

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The Environmental Risk Analysis chapter of this AP Environmental Science Homework Help course helps students complete their environmental risk analysis homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your environmental risk analysis homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your environmental risk analysis homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Assessing threats to environmental health
  • Sources and effects of environmental toxicants
  • Disease-causing agents in the environment
  • Using indicator bacteria to monitor public water supplies
  • Emerging diseases linked to environmental change
  • Persistence and bioaccumulation of toxicants
  • Health effects of environmental pollutants
  • Assessing chemicals for cancer-causing agents
  • Interactions in chemical mixtures
  • Toxicants and children

12 Lessons in Chapter 29: Environmental Risk Analysis: Homework Help for AP Science
What Is Environmental Health? Definition, Types & Sources

1. What Is Environmental Health? Definition, Types & Sources

In this video lesson, you will learn about environmental health. You will also learn about threats to environmental health and how to distinguish between different categories of environmental hazards.

Understanding & Assessing Threats to Environmental Health

2. Understanding & Assessing Threats to Environmental Health

In this lesson you will learn how threats to environmental health are assessed. You will also learn how management decisions are made based on such threats and their risks.

Environmental Toxicants: Types, Sources & Effects

3. Environmental Toxicants: Types, Sources & Effects

In this video lesson, you will identify different types of environmental toxicants. You will also learn about the harmful effects of these toxicants and how they travel from various sources.

Disease-Causing Agents in the Environment: Definition and Types

4. Disease-Causing Agents in the Environment: Definition and Types

In this video lesson, you will identify different disease-causing agents. You will also explore examples of types of disease-causing agents and their effects on human health.

Using Indicator Bacteria to Monitor Public Water Supplies

5. Using Indicator Bacteria to Monitor Public Water Supplies

In this video lesson, you will learn about indicator bacteria. You will understand how and why they are used to test for water contamination despite the fact that they are harmless and naturally occurring in human and animal systems.

Emerging Diseases Linked to Environmental Change

6. Emerging Diseases Linked to Environmental Change

In this video lesson, you learn about why some diseases are increasing on Earth due to environmental changes. You'll also see examples of different types of diseases that are responding to environmental changes and how they are becoming more prevalent.

Magnification of Toxicants: Persistence, Bioaccumulation & Biological

7. Magnification of Toxicants: Persistence, Bioaccumulation & Biological

In this lesson, you will learn about the persistence and magnification of toxicants in the environment. You will also learn about how these toxicants affect organisms as they move up the food chain.

The Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants

8. The Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants

In this video lesson, you will learn about persistent organic pollutants and how they led to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants in 2001.

The Dose-Response Curve: Determining Health Effects of Environmental Pollutants

9. The Dose-Response Curve: Determining Health Effects of Environmental Pollutants

In this video lesson, you will learn about dose-response curves and how toxicologists measure the toxicity and effects of toxicants. You will also learn about how this data is applied to human health.

Interactions in Chemical Mixtures: Additive, Synergistic & Antagonistic

10. Interactions in Chemical Mixtures: Additive, Synergistic & Antagonistic

Chemical reactions occur constantly within our environment and even within our own bodies. Reactions can vary depending on the chemicals that are mixed together. This lesson explores the four most common reactions and offers examples for each.

Toxicants and Children: Why Children Are More Susceptible

11. Toxicants and Children: Why Children Are More Susceptible

Despite their small size, children are more susceptible to environmental toxicants. In this video lesson, you will learn why toxicants often have greater effects on children than adults.

The Precautionary Principle and New Technologies & Products

12. The Precautionary Principle and New Technologies & Products

In this lesson, you will learn about the precautionary principle and how it applies to new technologies and products. You will also learn about how this principle is applied in different government regulations.

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