Annotated Bib

Annotate three sources choose from below. Follow the guidelines below. Your paragraph-long annotation should aim to include the following (use your judgment to determine the order):

provide a brief account of the authors profession (e.g., Journalist Sam Lebovic argues that) and/or particular area of focus (e.g., In his capacity as Legal Director of the ACLU, David Cole argues that) Note: if you are evaluating a scholarly source, such as a peer-reviewed article, make sure you identify the discipline of the scholar(s). Are they working within the discipline of Economics, Psychology, Mechanical Engineering,, Earth Systems Science, and so on?
identify the genre of the source. Is it an op-ed, a news article, a scholarly article, a government report, a blog entry, a press release by an environmental organization, or something else? (Note, just saying that the source is an “article” does not fully describe the genre. What kind of article is it exactly? A magazine article, an academic article, an opinion article, etc.?)
summarize the author’s main argument, point, or findings
describe the key pieces of evidence the author uses to advance his or her claims
describe the purpose of the article/source and how that purpose connects to your project

Authors Name: Judith Lewis Mernit
Article Title: Why Does Green California Pump the Dirtiest Oilin the U.S.?Journal Name: Yale School of the Environment
Publication date: OCTOBER 19, 2017
Authors Name: Deborah Gordon, Samuel Wojcicki
Article Title: Drilling Down on Oil: The Case of Californias Complex Midway Sunset FieldJournal Name: Carnegie
Publication date: March 15,2017
Authors Name: MarkOlalde, Ryan Menezes
Article Title: Deserted oil wells haunt Los Angeles withtoxic fumes and enormous cleanup costsJournal Name:  Los Angeles Times
Publication date: March 6, 2020
Authors Name: Judith Lewis Mernit
Article Title: The Oil Well Next Door: Californias SilentHealth Hazard
Journal Name:  YaleSchool of the Environment
Publication date: March 31, 2021