Log Entry: Environmental Studies: Earth Science

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Due Today (6 hours from now) Sun 10:00 pm (Pacific zone). Not ONE minute late.

 

Read the whole question then talk to me. I am serious. If you don’t do one thing from what I want, I will get the money back. If you have no time to read the metarials in the attachement then I don’t want you. I am making myself clear. There is no second chance for me to do it. It has to be perfect job.

 

 

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  • Write a brief description about a weekly environmental event.
  • This can be a weather event, release of new research findings, environmental monitoring or measurement results, or other type of activity specifically related to: Earth science: Environmental studies. From 01/01/2016 NO LATER THAN THAT.

 

There are samples in the attachment, PLEASE do the same!

 

 

YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW THE THREE

 

The description will be a short paragraph, about 5-7 sentences long, that:

  1.  Describes the event, summary. summary needs to explain why the topic caught your interest.
  2. Explains why it caught your attention,and
  3. Explains how it relates to course content. needs to relate the topic to specific course content from CH 13 ppt. (See the attachement please)  There are one ppts (CH 13) YOU HAVE TO LOOK AT.
  4. Need stronger science-based reference from the list below.

 

 

There is a sample in the attachement, just do the same!

 

 

You are only can use one of web resources for your Environmental Events Log:

 

  1. NASA News: http://www.nasa.gov/news/index.html
  2. NOAA News: http://www.noaa.gov/newsarchive.html
  3. American Geophysical Union News: http://www.agu.org/news/press/
  4. National Science Foundation News: http://nsf.gov/news/
  5. National Geographic Newswatch: http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/
  6. Environmental News Network: http://www.enn.com/

 

 

 

Just to help you understand the course and how to write:

 

The course provides you with a basic understanding of the Earth’s physical environment, including such major elements as the solar electromagnetic radiation that heats the planet and moves gases and liquids over the planet surface, and the flow of heat from the Earth’s interior that shows up in short-term features such as volcanoes and earthquakes and in long-term features such as the slow movement of continental plates across the upper layers of the Earth’s crust. Major topics include the Earth’s features, mapping the Earth’s surface, the Earth’s energy balance, weather and climate, ocean circulation, minerals and rocks, plate tectonics, weathering and mass wasting, hydrology, landform creation, and soils.

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