type written reading statement answering the following questions: Which “lesson” from the Mall did you find the most interesting or surprising and why? Where do you think American’s go to connect with their community and find a sense of civic and community spirit and why or why not shopping spaces?
Develop a PowerPoint Presentation using the provided template and instructions provided. Your PowerPoint presentation should be no less than 45 slides and cover the following topic: You are a newly hired Emergency Manager. You have been asked to develop an Emergency Management program for your jurisdiction. Provide a presentation showing the outline for the development of your new program. Be sure to include any considerations that you will take into account as you lay our Emergency Management program and its future direction. When possible, feel free to think “outside of the box” to develop a progressive and effective program. Be […]
alien invaders. Start with a working definition of alien species. What might have contributed to their success? Discuss the damages that they may cause. What can be done to reduce their impacts? What are some of the successful examples of invasive controls discussed in the video? What methods may go wrong if left to amateurs? Note that you are asked to write a reflective essay. Your work should read like an essay, not bullet points or just listing of answers to the guiding questions given above. Moreover, it’s important to use examples from the video to illustrate your essay.
Question Description ES 001.63Z & 68 ZStudent Name: _____ WINTER 2019 Instructor: Bill Roeder Congratulations – you have arrived at the Final Assessment for Environmental Studies 1 Online Education! Type your answers in line with the questions. Do not assume the space left between the questions is all I’m looking for, If you plan to only use the space provided to answer each question, you won’t score well. Submit your take final in the appropriate area of the website by the posted deadline. Work not submitted on time WILL NOT be accepted for any reason! Final Assessment Questions: NAME and […]
USE THIS INFORMATION TO ANSWER QUESTIONS: Deserts cover about 30% of the land. Desert climates are characterized by the fact that water is unavailable for living things. Some deserts are hot, with very little rainfall. Some deserts are not hot. These “cold deserts” receive some of their rain at a time when it is too cold for plants to use it. Organisms living in deserts have adapted to the harsh conditions. Plants such as cacti retain moisture in their stem tissues and have eliminated leaves to reduce water loss. Animals living in the desert, such as jack rabbits and kangaroo […]
In this course, we will engage in weekly graded discussions that “make it real”, by applying the weather concepts we are learning about to both everyday life and to aviation. After completing the readings and concept-related activities in the above sections of the module, you will be prepared to engage in this discussion. Initial Post Instructions and Requirements: Choose one of these discussion topics. Formulate an organized, clearly worded, and succinct initial post that substantively covers all discussion points stated for your chosen topic. Because your initial post will be scored on the degree to which you meet these standards, […]
My issue is about Climate change Solutions. and the stakeholder that I used in the previous part is “United Nations Security Council”. Description Begin by selecting a non-engaged stakeholder who is uninvolved, unconcerned, uninterested, or not invested in the issue you have been researching or in taking action on that issue. In constructing your multimodal argument with this non-engaged stakeholder as your audience, start thinking about how you will educate, engage, and empower this non-engaged stakeholder to agree with your call to action. You will draw on the credible sources of the research you conducted in the past two projects. […]
Project One: Invasive Species “The transplantation of species by humans has occurred throughout history to the point where most people are unable to distinguish between the native and exotic species living in their lands” (Wright, 2011). An invasive species (can be a plant or animal) is a species that is introduced to an area, whether accidentally or on purpose, that can severely disrupt native species in a given ecosystem. When allowed to proliferate, they can kill off indigenous plant or animal life, causing whole natural habitats to change. Project One will explore invasive species and the consequences of their introduction […]
Integrating and making sense of interdisciplinary information from various sources is a major objective of this course. Synthesis sessions are designed to allow interaction with your peers in a small group setting to discuss the implications and linkages of each topic in more detail. Small discussion groups of 4 – 5 students will be formed for each synthesis session. Prior to each session, a handout of Synthesis Session discussion questions (see above) will be made available electronically. In small-group format, each group member will be responsible for answering one of the questions in detail and leading discussion within the group […]
Step 1: Develop a case study and analyze it through the tools of environmental geography My case study is Pollution in the Chesapeake Bay Components and steps of the research, generally (and to be reviewed in-class): Identify your problem/environmental issue at what scale(s) does the problem occur, and at what scale are the drivers (causes) of the environmental problem? Are there disagreements about defining the environmental problem? Who are the major stakeholders, both human and nonhuman? Identify your primary sources of data. Identify secondary literature on other parts of the research you need to conduct; complete the annotated bibliography for […]