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The topic to use is :Food waste Your assignment(s) is to research an environment

The topic to use is :Food waste Your assignment(s) is to research an environmental issue of your choosing. Then you have two options about how to approach this issue. You can do a pro – con comparison in which you list the various pros and cons but then discuss the science behind one or two points. Or you may talk about a specific impact and then discuss mitigation strategies. You can use scientific journals, news articles, magazines (i.e., Popular Science, National Geographic, Encyclopedias), websites of various environmental groups/companies. DO NOT use personal websites without any links to supporting data. In total you will submit two separate position papers on different topics. You are required to have at least two citations for each ‘side’ of the issue. I encourage the use of tables, bullet points, and figures. The goal of this assignment is for you to educate yourself about an issue, provide context for that issue, and effectively summarize and present the information. Paper requirements; – Total text should be more 600 and less than 1000 words (not counting figures and tables). If it is 1001 words, I will not read it. – Standard margins and Times New Roman font size 12 – Descriptive title – Short introduction outlining what the paper is going to talk about – Bulk of the paper on the details of your topic(s) – just present the data, the science – Short conclusion – your assessment/interpretation, you have just finished present facts/figures/details – what do you see? What do you think? Have you changed you mind on this topic? What you put in your conclusion will vary depending on topic. – References – you MUST provide references for all the sources you used (Citations DO NOT count in page limit or word count). In-text references are required, with the full references included at the end of the paper, using GSA reference style.

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NEED DONE IN 4 HOURS map for A. https://gislabualr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Styler/index.html?appid=b295a477bf7b4a4186ae92aee25cbf17 map for B. https://gislabualr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=71a0e1fce8a44500800eb1f77b065cd5 map for C. https://gislabualr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Styler/index.html?appid=a381dad7db6442e6afa54e4b4c7600e8 map for D. https://gislabualr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Styler/index.html?appid=feed6b1f31bb4b579f0669cba724a802

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Need done in 4 hours map for a. https://gislabualr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/styler/i

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(10 pts) its latest history—when did it form or last erupt?

Project #3 Volcanoes, Intrusive Features, and Lava flows You may collaborate with others but you must submit your own work—no group submissions (each person in the group should submit a completed assignment) Create a doc, ppt, or pdf document (Word, Google Docs, Powerpoint, Google Slides, or pdf; please convert Keynote documents to ppt or pdf) that is a photo diary showing photos of real world examples of the following 8 igneous landforms along with photo(s) that show the kind of rock found there. MAKE THIS DOCUMENT SO IT WILL BE A USEFUL VISUAL REFERENCE DURING EXAM #2. The eight igneous landforms to investigate are: lava dome and its rock type(s) cinder cone and its rock type(s) stratovolcano and its rock type(s) shield volcano and its rock type(s) igneous dike and its rock type(s) igneous sill and its rock type(s) columnar jointing in a lava flow and its rock type(s) pillow lava and its rock type(s) For each of the 8 igneous landforms, please include the following: (40 pts) A photo of an example of the landform itself with a label and the geographic name (if it has one) of the particular one you are showing, and where in the world this particular feature is located (40 pts) A photo of the type or types of igneous rock that are dominant on that particular feature—in other words, if you traveled to that feature, what is the main rock you would find there? (you may need to include more than one rock image per igneous landform if you find that multiple types of rock are found at that landform—but limit yourself to no more than 3 rock images per igneous landform.) Name the igneous rocks shown AND label if they are felsic, intermediate, or mafic in composition. Look up unfamiliar words on the internet; there are many different types of volcanic rocks. If you can’t figure out if a particular kind of rock is felsic, intermediate, or mafic you can ask me. Consult the advice on rock types below for some of the more common igneous rock names. (10 pts) Its latest history—when did it form or last erupt? (10 pts) An indication of its size; elevation/height, small and if it is walkable or really big (how many km across), etc. Advice on rock types The rock types that might occur at the 8 igneous landforms include the following (but this is not a complete list): Pumice—can be mafic, intermediate, or felsic Scoria—typically mafic, but you might find otherwise Obsidian—typically felsic, but can be mafic or intermediate Tuff—can be mafic, intermediate, or felsic Basalt–mafic Andesite–intermediate Rhyolite—felsic Felsic indicates that the rock’s composition is greater than 69% silica (SiO2) (so less iron and magnesium in the rock). Intermediate indicates that the rock’s composition is between 52-69% silica. Mafic indicates that the rock’s composition is between 45-52% silica (so more iron and magnesium rich rock). There are many different types of volcanic rocks with many different names. If you encounter an unfamiliar name, look it up and figure out from the description if it is felsic, intermediate, or mafic. You may see more than one rock type listed for an igneous landform. That is okay. A volcano is typically made out of more than one type of igneous rock. Go ahead and list what you see, but pay attention to any indications of what might be the dominant rock type at that landform (if that is indicated). Websites that might be helpful: http://volcano.oregonstate.edu/Links to an external site. https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/volcanoes.htmlLinks to an external site. https://volcano.si.edu/

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And if it is possible could you add one or two sentences at the end of this publish?

Could you help me to check the grammar and make sure the flow? And if it is possible could you add one or two sentences at the end of this publish? Thank you so much! See attached below for rough publish

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Read both papers attached. – Evaluate the seismic interpretation methodology pr

Read both papers attached.
– Evaluate the seismic interpretation methodology proposed by Posamentier et al.
– Compare this to the approach followed in Smit et al . What is different here.
I attached respective lecture slides for use only. Might be beneficial to some extent.

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Attached is an article, which I solicit your support in representing it powerpoi

Attached is an article, which I solicit your support in representing it powerpoint slides in order to present it to my audience and explaining what is this article about. Please feel free to add any content you like as long as it explains the article in a smooth flow. Deadline Sepetember 6th, 2022 at 4 pm.

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All of the research must reflect CURRENT solutions/answers. Answer each question

All of the research must reflect CURRENT solutions/answers. Answer each question in no less than 4 but no more than 8 sentences each using researched information. Properly cite your work and be sure to use in-text citations and use “works Cited” for the citations/bibliography. The “TurnItIn” program will be used.

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Descripe the area you see in the uplouded picture, focusing on the overall lands

Descripe the area you see in the uplouded picture, focusing on the overall landscape, the topogrraphy and likely geologic units

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the answer must be in “essay style”. A1. Where are the major concentrations of t

the answer must be in “essay style”.
A1. Where are the major concentrations of the world’s earthquakes? What is the main type of plate boundary there? Are earthquake and volcano locations related to the Pacific “Ring of Fire”? Give some specific geologic locations around the ring. What major submarine geologic feature is located near most of the Pacific ring? Explain how earthquake and volcano locations help support the theory of plate tectonics.
A2. What are the geologic differences between continental plates and oceanic plates? Which plate type is associated with mainly extrusive igneous rocks, and which is associated with mainly intrusive igneous rocks? What is the major igneous rock type forming the deep-ocean basins and what is the major igneous rock type forming the base of all the continents? Describe each rock type and how they differ. How is this difference related to the depths of the oceans and the higher elevations of the continents? Make sure that you use specific plates as examples of each. How are the crustal plates related to the asthenosphere? What is isostacy? Explain.