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Tutor profile: Danielle E.

Danielle E.
High School Science Teacher Tutoring

Questions

Subject: Environmental Science

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Question:

A local pond that is downstream from a large monocropping farm experience an issue with eutrophication after a very rainy summer. Explain how this could happen.

Danielle E.
Answer:

This local pond is most likely experiencing this issue with eutrophication due to excess nitrogen availability in the pond water. This causes an algal bloom, which results in eutrophication. The monocropping farm was most likely using fertilizer heavy in nitrates during the growing season, and due to the excess rainfall in the summer, those nitrates were washed downstream into the pond allowing the algal bloom to occur.

Subject: Earth Science

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Question:

What are three ways in which Alfred Wegener defended his theory of continental drift?

Danielle E.
Answer:

Alfred Wegener defended his theory of continental drift in many different ways. One way was in the way that the continents fit together. He also studied sedimentary strata layers which gave him insight into paleoclimate indicators. He found remnants of these exact same indicators in different continents. Wegener also used fossils as a way to defend his theory. Fossils of the same organisms were found on both South American and the African continent that helped Wegener continue to defend his theory.

Subject: Chemistry

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Question:

What is the most importance force in all of chemistry? Why?

Danielle E.
Answer:

The most important force in chemistry is the electromagnetic force. This force is the most important because it governs all chemical reactions. Chemistry deals in charged particles, which is why this electromagnetic force is so incredibly important.

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