The role of an individual in a global society

   I. a. Examine the role of the individual in a global society and how Global warming influences aspects of culture and the individual. b. Using the four lenses, History, Humanities, Natural, and Applied Sciences, and Social Science, explain how global warming has influenced modern society.  II. Analyze Global warming through each of the lenses… Continue reading The role of an individual in a global society

Analyze global warming and globalization through the lenses of the natural and applied sciences and the social sciences.

A. Analyze global warming and globalization through the lenses of the natural and applied sciences and the social sciences.  First,  analyze your issue or event in Globalization through natural and applied sciences by exploring the following questions:  How does this issue or event provide a social commentary through the natural and applied sciences?  In what… Continue reading Analyze global warming and globalization through the lenses of the natural and applied sciences and the social sciences.

Globalization and industrialization and how different industries have impacted the global economy.

   Analyze globalization and industrialization and how different industries have impacted the global economy through the history and humanities lenses, and address the following:  How does this issue/event interact with the history lens and impact social issues?  In what ways does the history lens help articulate a deeper understanding of the global issue(s) that inform… Continue reading Globalization and industrialization and how different industries have impacted the global economy.

science assignment

Answer the following 10 questions and submit your answers by the link Assignment 1A: Syene was the Greek name of the modern city of Aswan in Egypt.Is the city of Syene on the Equator? Why does the Sun radiate vertically at this location? Explain! (See the second slide on the PowerPoint) How did Eratosthenes start his research… Continue reading science assignment

EVR1001: Big Sugar, Lake Okeechobee, and Florida’s Water Options Menu

The Blue Sky Mine and Corporate Social Responsibility In response to wartime demand, the Blue Sky Mine was opened in Western Australia in the early 1940s and operated until it became unprofitable in the mid-60s. The mine and its aftermath became the subject of a smash hit by the Australian rock band, , who recently… Continue reading EVR1001: Big Sugar, Lake Okeechobee, and Florida’s Water Options Menu

This week, you will complete your second lab:

This week, you will complete your second lab: Part 1 focuses on weather. Part 2 focuses on landslides and flooding. By Day 7 Review Chapter 10, Factors Influencing Slope Failure, Chapter 11, The Work of Streams, and Chapter 15, Midlatitude Cyclones and Frontal Systems in the course text. Download the worksheet Weather and Flooding Lab… Continue reading This week, you will complete your second lab:

sci256

  Assignment Content A local cooking school offers classes to teach their future chefs about the impact of their menu choices on the environment. The instructor has asked that you be a guest presenter during the next class to help explain where the ingredients of the dish came from and the environmental impacts associated with… Continue reading sci256

EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD AND ITS STRANGE NATURE.

EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD AND ITS STRANGE NATURE.  DESCRIBE HOW AND WHY THE EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD FLIPS. WHY IS THE EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD SO IMPORTANT TO HUMAN SURVIVAL?  WHAT EVIDENCE SUPPORTS THE EXISTENCE OF MAGNETIC REVERSALS? WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD REVERSAL?  

EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD AND ITS STRANGE NATURE.

EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD AND ITS STRANGE NATURE.  DESCRIBE HOW AND WHY THE EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD FLIPS. WHY IS THE EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD SO IMPORTANT TO HUMAN SURVIVAL?  WHAT EVIDENCE SUPPORTS THE EXISTENCE OF MAGNETIC REVERSALS? WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD REVERSAL?