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Urban trees provide several environmental amenities (), including shade on hot days (), reductions in wastewater loads on treatment facilities (), and reduced air pollution (; ) and noise pollution () from vehicular traffic. Research also suggests that urban trees are associated with reduced all-cause mortality after adjustment for neighborhood deprivation (), and green spaces are associated with many positive health outcomes (), including improved pregnancy outcomes (). Studies in the United States have documented racial/ethnic disparities in urban tree canopy, usually in the direction of racial/ethnic minorities living in neighborhoods with lower tree coverage (; ; ; ; ; ), but some counterexamples exist (; ). Empirical evidence does not support the notion that cultural preferences explain observed disparities in tree cover (; ). Most existing research on racial disparities in tree canopy has been conducted within single metropolitan areas (; ; ; ; ; ). To our knowledge, no study has examined this issue nationally or assessed the role that residential segregation plays in driving distributions of urban tree coverage among racial/ethnic groups in the United States.
The second situation occurs when the instructor simply hands out an assignment sheet that covers the logistics of the research paper, but leaves the choice of topic up to the student. Typically, assignments in which students are given the opportunity to choose the topic require the topic to be relevant to some aspect of the course; so, keep this in mind as you begin a course in which you know there will be a research paper near the end. That way, you can be on the lookout for a topic that may interest you. Do not be anxious on account of a perceived lack of authority or knowledge about the topic chosen. Instead, realize that it takes practice to become an experienced researcher in any field.