ENG 115 – Week 7 Assignment 3.1

Determining Causes and Effects – Draft Version
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1. The CEO of a major U.S. automotive manufacturer has asked you (a global marketing
manager) to write about the causes and effects of importing most of its materials from
foreign manufacturers. The paper will be provided to the board of directors and
stockholders.
2. The director of a regional blood bank has asked you (a public relations specialist) to
write about the causes and effects of advertising for blood donations in the past 30
years. The paper will be provided to the board of directors as they make decisions
about the focus of future campaigns.
3. A state representative to the U.S. has asked you (a congressional aide) to write a
paper on the causes and effects of water pollution in Lake Huron. The paper will be
provided to the state’s fish and game board as well as various committees for
improving public health.

Abstract:
Our lakes, rivers, and oceans are our major sources for not only water, but food. However, with all the carelessness of humanity our bodies of water are becoming so polluted. Pollution is not only affecting our air but also our bodies of water. Our own Lake Huron is one of the most polluted lakes. There are several different causes of this high level of pollution. Unfortunately, the effects are proving to be not only costly, but deadly.
Pollution can be separated into two different types or causes. Point source pollution is when contaminants that enter a body of water can be traced back to a specific source, location, and offender. This type of pollution can be managed easier than non-point pollution. Non-point pollution is when contaminants enter a body of water and can’t be traced back to a specific source. This pollution comes from many different sources and usually enters in small amounts, but centralized and concentrated in lakes and other fresh water resources. (Lake Scientist, 2013)
Lake Huron is the third largest of the lakes. Water quality has become a major problem along the southern shores of Lake Huron. (Michigan Departmrnt of Environmental Quality, 2000) The causes of this pollution vary from many different sources.

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