Environmental Lab Report

one of the word docs I have attached is the instructions for it all, it also contains the sources and a pollen diagram. the other attachments are the method instructions is used- for the methodology section. the Excel attachment is all my data and graphs to use as well:)

Micro investing report

a report please, its 3000 words but 2750 is fine for me. i have provided all my and my groups evidence to be referenced to and i have included themes and reading sources that i would greatly appreciate references to throughout the report. set out as intro, methods ect or as the themes i have provided. the word document has my question on as well. i would like 7 sources minimum to be used. thanks

Physical Geography; Earth systems study guide

I am looking for someone to fill out this study guide for my physical geography class. I have provided the pdf, however if you can not access it, here it is;
Test 4 Study Guide – PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
Chapter 12
1. Explain these terms: drainage basin, continental divide, discharge, and base level. 2. List the four drainage patterns discussed in class and describe in what topographic setting each is found (i.e., radial drainage – describe it and where it’s found). 3. Define the four landforms discussed in class created by fluvial erosion and the three landforms created by fluvial deposition (for a total of seven – included on handout). DO NOT JUST LIST THE LANDFORMS. IF THE DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDFORM ISN’T THERE – IT’S INCOMPLETE.
Chapter 13
4. What’s the difference between waves of transition and translation? What happens to the waves of translation as they approach shore (i.e. wavelength, height, stability, etc.)?5. Describe wave refraction and how this influences a coastline in terms of wave energy and landform development/destruction.6. Describe the 1) three major coral reef types, 2) where reefs are located on Earth; 3) how they develop, and 4) how bleaching occurs.7. Please define the five landforms created by coastal erosion, and the four created by coastal deposition. Do they occur on emergent or submergent coastlines? DEFINITIONS MUST BE INCLUDED FOR CREDIT.8. Describe the two processes of Aeolian erosion and two modes of Aeolian transport.9. What is the angle of repose and how does it affect sediment/dune movement?
Chapter 14
10. What are the TWO primary classes of glaciers and list each of their three subtypes.11. Describe in depth the development of glacial ice. What causes formation time to vary?12. What are the three different “zones” of a glacier? Under what conditions do glaciers advance or retreat? A diagram is fine.

provide a set of working guidelines that are associated with pollution and associated environmental management.

As you sit in your command center you must provide a set of working guidelines that are associated with pollution and associated environmental management.
First: Pick the regional block that you will be directing and then name the island. New island so you get to provide a new Name.
More details provided in outline doc. 1-2 pages

Geography questions

Atlantic Canada has 6.6 per cent of Canada’s population but produces only 5.1 per cent of
the country’s GDP? Why is this a problem and what do you feel Atlantic Canada provinces
could do to rectify this?
Contrast British Columbia’s reliance on the forest industry with Ontario’s reliance on the auto industry. In what ways are these dependencies similar or different?
How do you suspect COVID-19 pandemic will impact Canada from an economic, political
and social perspective in the years following the global shutdowns?
Atlantic Canada (and other provinces) has (have) long benefitted from Equalization
Payments. Do you agree or disagree with this policy? Explain your position.

Wallach Discussion 6: Global Environmental Change

This discussion assignment is based on chapters 11, 17, and 18 of our assigned book, Understanding the Cultural Landscape by the geographer Bret Wallach of the University of Oklahoma.
The Assignment
In their own distinctive ways, chapters 11, 17, and 18 describe the demands that humankind places on the natural environment during the modern age and humanity’s attempts to manage environmental change. The natural environment provides us with resources and services. Natural resources include both energy (e.g., coal) and material (e.g., lumber), and natural services include the absorption, dilution, and processing of our pollution and waste (e.g., photosynthesis recycling carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere). The natural environment also presents us with challenges. Environmental resource and service capacity is finite, and natural systems also present us with hazardsthat threaten human life and property rather than helping to sustain it.
Respond to this discussion assignment as follows:
Post an initial response to the discussion prompts below.As a general guideline, this initial post should be a couple paragraphs long (approximately 250 words). You are notexpected to address every question listed below, nor are you expected to write about all of the chapters around which this discussion is built. Instead, pick out one or two broad themes or specific ideas that caught your attention from any of these chapters and summarize them for your classmates, highlighting why you think these themes/ideas are interesting and important.
Add additional posts responding further to the discussion. You may highlight additional themes and ideas as you continue your reading, but you also should read and comment upon your classmates’ responses. These discussion assignments are intended to serve as a virtual reading group where we work our way through the same book together, through interactive question and comment.
The Discussion Prompts
After reading the three chapters, are you more or less optimistic about the prospects of modern humanity managing natural environments in a sustainable way?
What do you think have been our biggest successes and failures so far?
What do you think is our greatest challenge ahead?
Wallach illustrates his book with numerous current-event anecdotes. Since the book is more than 15 years old, these events are no longer so current. Find and share a recently published news story that illustrates an idea in chapters 11, 17, or 18, as if you were a research assistant hired by Wallach to help with writing a revised second edition of the book. In addition to a URL hyperlink and a brief bibliographic description of the published story (author, headline/title, name of publication, date originally published/posted), write a quick summary of the article along with a short discussion of how it could be used to revise the book. The article you share could potentially correct or update a fact that appears in the original book, or it might challenge or extend an idea that Wallach presented illustrating that the world of 2021 is not quite what he had envisioned back in 2005.
YOU ONLY HAVE TO PICK ONE PROMPT FROM ALL OF THEM TO RESPOND TO AND YOU MUST READ CHAPTERS 11, 17, and 18 of our assigned book, Understanding the Cultural Landscape by the geographer Bret Wallach of the University of Oklahoma.

quick response

Imagine yourself as one of the global leaders of the United Nations. If the people of SIDS are facing the prospect of losing everything they have, including their state, what do you think will happen to their rights as a people? Will these populations become stateless? Where will they live? Without the protection of the state, who will ensure their human rights?
In your answer, you must include a definition of climate change and SIDS and some of the impact of climate change to human rights. You must also include at least one example of a SIDS country in the Pacific.