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Course Code   :  GEO101
Course Title   :  Geography
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Title: Pesticide and Herbicide use in BC Agriculture:    A cost-benefit    analysis Key Concepts to    be addressed: (Choose    at    least    3    from    the    chapter)(1)    Explain    the    notions    of    "pest"    a...

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If the European colonists had come to Middle and South America in a different frame of mind — if, say, they were simply looking for a new place to settle and live quietly— how do you think the human and physical geography of the region would be different today?Explain how tectonic processes have shaped landforms in Middle and South America.Pick some locations in Middle and South America where people are dealing with either environme...

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Course Title   :  building services engineering
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Question: In groups, your brief is to use shipping containers as building blocks to create a dwelling for your client. It should provide comfortable living conditions for its occupants whilst also aiming to be responsive to the surrounding environment. Importantly, you should choose ONE of the following climatic scenarios on which to base your design: SCENARIO 1: Emergency refugee shelter in an arid desert climate (e.g. north & central Su...

Course Code   :  GGRC12
Course Title   :  Transportation Geography
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Task 1: Map and Describe the Overall Transportation Infrastructure and Land Use Patterns in TorontoTask 1: Map and Describe the Overall Transportation Infrastructure and Land Use Patterns in Toronto In this component your objective is to create maps and provide a description of seven basic transportation characteristics in Toronto: a)The locations of major highways b)The locations of subway, streetcar, and bus routesc)The bus frequencies in T...

Course Code   :  ERS101H5
Course Title   :  Planet Earth Alternative Assessment
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Step 1: ‘Rock!’This assessment is divided into 4 main Steps, each with specific instructions provided by your TA (you will notice blank spaces throughout each Step). Please carefully read through these instructions as you are completing your assignment and ask your TA for help or clarification as needed. You will be asked to draw a series of geological cross-sections. These may be sketched by hand, drafted in a graphics program, ...

Course Code   :  NATS 1510
Course Title   :  the history of environment
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Task GuidelinesTask: Your annotated bibliography is basically a listing of books, articles, etc. with short summaries of their contents. There is no fixed limit or maximum for the number of books, nor is there a fixed limit or maximum for the length of the summaries. Here are some guidelines:3. Essay (two topics, choose one) TOPIC 1 Given the historical cases we have considered in class, and current cases you have researched, argue: A. That s...

Course Code   :  SSGE027S4
Course Title   :  introduction to spatial thinking
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Part A: Map evaluationScenario You work at a mapping agency. A colleague of yours is preparing some maps for a client to help them understand the population distribution in London. He created a population map of London with population counts and sent it to the manager (see Figure 1). The manager, after sending an angry email, is now asking you to draft a report about the reasons why this map is of unacceptable quality. She is also sending you...

Course Code   :  GEOG2030
Course Title   :  Environment and Development
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Project Summary and ContextualizationYour task is to choose one (1) of these projects and to use the Chain of Explanation (addressed in class) to critically analyze the project. The question you are trying to answer is: will this project improve the lives of the group of people it targets? The development project is a starting point for your analysis: you will need to do additional research on the topic, locate journal articles (and other mate...

Course Code   :  AMGW700
Course Title   :  Preparation for Work Placement
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Part A: Describing your Ecological Footprint AnalysisPart A and Part B:  Applying Sustainability to Personal Contexts Part A:  Describing your Ecological Footprint Analyse Your personal impact on the environment by:(a)Complete an Ecological Footprint calculator. Provide a screenshot of your results.(b)Please provide a link to the website you used.  (c)Identify and discuss the results of your Ecological Footprint that were shown to...

Course Code   :  CI207
Course Title   :  Our Dependence upon the Environment
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Examination of Human Relationship with NatureThe Journey to SustainabilityPrior to beginning work on this final paper, review all chapters of Bensel and Carbone’s Sustaining Our Planet text (2020). In this paper, you will explore what a future sustainable world might look like, and in the process of doing so, extend your previous descriptions of selected terms and explain how they may play a role in aiding us in achieving environmental sus...

Course Code   :  ENGT5260
Course Title   :  Resource Efficient Design
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Learning Outcomes1. To recognise and engage with contentious issues regarding resource use and waste reduction 2. To select, summarise and examine in a systematic way the design considerations for reduced waste and resource use 3. To read and selectively draw upon a government report in the development of an argument 4. To identify and incorporate relevant literature into your discussion 5. To identify and present a clear set of suppo...

Course Code   :  GEO1200
Course Title   :  physical geography
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Question 1: Explain why physical distance from the sun alone cannot cause the seasons. Question 2: Label the figure with the approximate date the earth is located in the four (4) given seasonal locations. Rotations: The earth rotates about its axis in a counterclockwise direction if viewed from space above the North Pole.  The speed at which the earth spins may be described in terms of either angular velocity of linear velocity. Que...

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