YOU CAN’T USE ANY OTHER SOURCES EXCEPT THOSE THAT I PROVIDED. IF YOU DO SO I WON’T ACCEPT THE WORK YOU PROVIDED. ALSO YOU NEED TO FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS I’LL PROVIDE TO YOU DOWN HERE.
-Before you write, make an outline and read and define the salient terms that are associated with your question.
-You should have clearly defined sections including an introduction, body and conclusion.
-This is not a dissertation or scientific paper that will be peer reviewed. But your introduction should clearly state what you will be discussing in the body of the paper. But please do so without just restating the question.
-Avoid “I” statements at all costs. Did you do this research? No. You are merely reporting it in your own words.
-DO NOT repeat the question or rephrase it to add to your word count.
-NO QUOTED PASSAGES. PARAPHRASE !!!
-Avoid statements like: “In this paper I am going to talk about global warming.” Use more powerful and definitive language, no filler.
-Avoid flowery language and long transitional sentences to run out the clock. For example: “As you can see from what Dr. Smith noted in his work that we mentioned in the last paragraph, it is clear that …” That’s 23 words that say and add absolutely nothing to your paper. Such attempts to “pad” your word count will be penalized.
-There should be several examples that describe, in your your own words, the concepts and/or phenomena associated with the question you chose to answer. Come up with your own analogies, similes, metaphors etc.
-Never write “In conclusion, you can see that …”
Your conclusion is not just a re-hash of what you said in the body. Here you will synthesize your thoughts, draw inferences and possibly pose questions that were raised during your research.
5) THIS SOURCE I ATTACHED AS A FILE
Write an essay which:
Explains the concept of the urban heat island effect;
Reviews its relevance within contemporary debates on the effects of climate change on human populations, and
Explores adaptation mechanisms to address this problem (You may focus this part of the essay on a single city from anywhere the world, or compare approaches in different cities.)
You must cite the following references:
LEAL FILHO, W., ICAZA, L.E., NEHT, A., KLAVINS, M.,
Topic 1. NASWA Geography in the News
For this discussion, find a recent news article (within the past 12 months) that describes the latest developments in a conflict, issue, or other major event in this the NASWA realm. Provide a brief summary of the conflict/issue/event that your article describes, and your own analysis of how this issue might affect the realm, and might be resolved. Be sure that the topic of the news article has some connection with the geographical issues and concepts we’ve been discussing, and be sure to highlight these connections in your discussion.
Remember that your article summary must be in your own words to avoid plagiarism.
Topic 2. Oil
It’s hard to discuss this region of the world without talking about oil. Pick a country in this region with significant oil reserves and exports. Provide a brief descriiption of the amount of oil this country exports and has in reserves. What difficulties does this country face in extracting and exporting its oil? Also, how has the revenue generated by this oil have been used (or misused) by the country you chose? Do you think the oil revenue is being used in a way that will best benefit the country in the future?
Topic: Comparing data protection law enforcement between Asia and North America in the age of Big Data and AI
Guidelines for research paper
Reference type: MLA
Please use graphs, diagrams and geographic models and maps as it must link to Geography(Global risks and resilience)
Please use some primary(local study) and secondary data.
Please be analytical and use spatial elements of Geography.
-Use the ‘Grading Criteria’ from syllabus (included below as well) for preparing and reviewing your outlines.
-It is REQUIRED to refer to graphics (maps, images, etc.) to illustrate your points (you don’t need to copy and paste, just refer).
-Essay breakdown should approximate one-third of each: text, course discussion, and your interpretation and analysis.
-Practice learned resourcefulness: avoid procrastination, develop appropriate help-seeking behaviors, ask questions, learn to recognize
The instruction is in the first picture. And the second picture is the sample. These three pdf are the class material mentioned in question 1. You must reference class material in your answer. And this is the website of lobster wars mentioned in question 2. https://www.biographic.com/the-lobster-wars/
And please SEPARATE AND MARK the two-part answers like the sample. Thank you.
Have you ever had a problem that you needed to solve or a question that you needed answered? How did you go about finding the solution or answer? Scientists use a systematic approach called the scientific method to obtain reliable knowledge that results in “good” science as opposed to haphazard or incomplete “bad” science. This problem-solving approach is not only for scientists, however. It is a useful method for anyone seeking solid answers to questions. For this week’s Discussion, you will be asked to think about a time in your life when you may have used the scientific method to answer a problem.
To prepare for this Discussion:
Review the scientific method and information about what makes good science on pages 10–14 of the course text, The Good Earth.
Also review the following websites from the Learning Resources:
How the Scientific Method Works
What Is Inquiry?
By Day 3
Post your own explanation of the role and importance of critical thinking and of using the scientific method—both in an earth science class and in everyday life. Next, briefly describe a situation in your own life where you used the scientific method, or elements of the scientific method, to solve a problem. Your description should:
Describe whether the process you followed was either inductive or deductive.
Identify your observations and hypotheses.
The report is Visualizing the Meadoway – Toronto Dorset Park Neighborhood Here’s the intro for you to conclude and sum up Dorset Park is a neighbourhood located in the Western portion of Scarborough. Dorset Park borders Highway 401, which is on the Meadoway, to the north of Toronto. Another park, Midland Park, is located to the east of Dorset Park. To its south, is Lawrence Avenue and to the west, Birchmount Road. The purpose of this project is to explore Dorset Park and analyze it from the point of view of different frameworks, such as ecosystem services, political ecology, and indigenous, of the park. Through these lenses, we examine how greater ecological diversity might remedy the current issues facing the Meadoway, and in turn, better the neighbourhoods surrounding it. This report also addresses issues with the site, including socio-ecological issues, socio-cultural issues, and the lack of biodiversity. From doing so, this report provides suggestions that would improve the park and well-being of the neighbourhood, ecologically, recreationally, and economically. (Two main issues exist: accessibility and lack of ecological diversity) The report is finished, still lacking the conclusion
Develop a manual of instructions covering various ArcGIS tasks and tools. The goal is to develop a manual that anyone should be able to pick up and use as an instructional guide.
Table of contents
– Query and export data from an attribute table ( at least two methods to query)
-select by location
– generalization and extract data
-Execute a process using Model Builder (new, not already centered)
-Create a buffer
– Overlay data
-Make a report ready figure – including labeling
-Turn on spatial analyst extension
-Map package (1 of 2 methods)
– GIS DATA resources
–List and explain at least four trustworthy sources of data, typically from government or academic resources)
–General Reference Template:
Dataset title, source, publisher (if different from source), Date (month, year)
*****Please include screen shots to explain*****
1) Write a History of the Dorset Park and its relation to the Meadoway (3 pages, 1.5 spacing) MLA referencing – in the history of Toronto Dorset Park, should detail when the neighbourhood was established, key socio-economic, ethnocultural and demographic features, its existing green and public spaces and their uses, and how its relationship to the Meadoway has evolved. We are interested in both the Meadoway as an ecological and infrastural site and the ways it has responded to needs of the adjacent neighbourhoods over its long history. Should consider past, present, anticipated (including uses prior to the Meadoway becoming a green space, including uses as “terrain vague”) For instance (because we are interested in divergent uses and potential tensions arising from use) if you were writing a section on Stanley Park it would be significant to mention prior occupation of the site by Indigenous peoples and settlers, if you were writing a history of Central Park in New York City it would be important to mention the settlement and displacement of African- Americans in the creation of the Park