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Course Code   :  GGR339
Course Title   :  urban geography, planning and political processes
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Question: Description: This assignment requires you to critically engage with the readings from one class of the course (from class 3 to class 11, inclusive). Your response should be organized into three paragraphs: 1) In your first paragraph, you should identify and briefly summarize the main arguments of the readings. 2) In the second paragraph, you should consider the readings in relation to each other.  For instance, you could cons...

Course Code   :  GEOG301
Course Title   :  geography
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InstructionsIn the first week of these projects,you will find existing maps, images and information online and create a poster presentation using Powerpoint, Publisher, Keynote, etc. about the hazard. The following two weeks, you will create and submit your own original maps of geography patterns.You will do this by using free online map makers. In the final part of the project, you will use your individual maps to become the “stops&...

Course Code   :  ENV0002
Course Title   :  environmental citizenship
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Objective of this Assignment: To calculate and reflect on your own ecological footprint.This assignment relates to the following Course Learning Requirements: CLR 2 - Relate the history of environmental trends to contemporary society and to future CLR4 - Identify your day-to-day practices and their impact on the global ecosystem and, in turn, the global ecos...

Course Code   :  SC200
Course Title   :  discovering science
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Assessing Your Own Energy UseCompare and contrast discipline-specific scientific concepts. Demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard English. The Future of Energy: Guiding Decisions with Evidence To reduce the negative environmental impacts of an ever-growing human population and increasing demands for energy as technological advances continue, individual countries, states, cities and ...

Course Code   :  HU1001
Course Title   :  introduction to geography
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Assignment InstructionsFind out about the population of your own country, or another country you are interested in. Your main source of your information might be the government’s website. Try to find out the following information about your chosen country. 1. The total population in 2000, 2005 and 2010. Show your information ad illustrate using a graph so that you can see the trend or trends clearly and write a note about it...

Course Code   :  GEO106
Course Title   :  global climate change
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Global Climates • Go to National Geographic Resource Library on Climate. (Links to an external site.) Read "Climate Systems and Changes" in the eText and watch the video. For your assignment, you will need to discuss the characteristics of the global climates and biomes of 3 specific places in the world. The essay needs to be at least 500 words and sources cite in APA format. Save word document, upload and submit for grading • Why do...

Course Code   :  GEOG331
Course Title   :  urban social geography
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The Browne Creek Wetlands SiteThe assignment based on Environmental management challenges which are often diverse, intersecting, dynamically changing and evolving, and have a variety of impacts on socio-cultural values, environmental health, and/or economic costs. The Browne Creek wetlands site has been chosen to help you better visualize these challenges. Natashia Cox (Project Manager with the Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition (FVWC)) an...

Course Code   :  5107MECH
Course Title   :  engineering practice 2
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Learning Outcomes to be assessedAs part of your first year of study at LJMU all students were asked to attend a residential trip to the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) in Machynlleth, Wales. During the trip, students completed a number of activities including a quiz/tour of the site looking at the Carbon Zero initiative developed and championed by the CAT centre. The Zero Carbon energy model initiative is one of the most detailed stu...

Course Code   :  DDL 4004
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Exercise Description Analyse and classify agroforestry practices based upon their components and their various spatial and temporal arrangements. Evaluate the key ecological interactions between trees and other components in agro-ecosystems. Demonstrate an understanding of how agroforestry practices can contribute to ecosystem service provision at multiple scales of analysis. In this exercise – worth 50% of the total module marks &...

Course Code   :  ENVSCI3300
Course Title   :  natural science of environmental problems
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TaskScientific Literature Review and Presentation Instructions   A major component of this course is to undertake a literature review on a topic of current environmental concern, compose an essay based upon your findings from the scientific literature, and deliver an oral presentation to your peers on your chosen topic. This document provides you with the expectations for successful completion of these tasks and some sample topic...

Course Code   :  PPA5504
Course Title   :  public policy research and analysis
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QuestionsThe briefing note is identified as a ‘policy brief.’ Would you indeed categorize the note as a policy brief- Why or why not- Can you identify who sent the briefing note- and to whom it was addressed. Did someone review-approve the Briefing Note- If so, where does the approval show up. What is the purpose or “issue” being addressed- Please summarize in your own words. What is the current status of ...

Course Code   :  GEOG2270
Course Title   :  geographic information systems
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Question: Apply ArcGIS Skills Objective The objective of this assignment is to apply ArcGIS skills you have learned throughout the semester to create an original map and supporting discussion using publicly available GIS data. “Original” implies you are not just plotting the data as given, but creating new, useful information through combining and analyzing the data creatively. Your maps must look professional, include all necess...

Course Code   :  COM304
Course Title   :  Communicating Global Issues
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Unit DescriptionIt is a useful elective for students in Sociology, Community Development, Sustainability, Journalism, Management and Governance and any degree through which you want to consider issues related to globalisation, neoliberalism and their effects and affects on people. The unit provides students with an opportunity to: consider a range of important global issues; how an understanding of these relates to their discipline and lives...

Course Code   :  GEOG1100
Course Title   :  human geography
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What is Reconciliation in Canada?Blog: Meaningful land acknowledgement ? what does reconciliation mean to you? Draw on lectures and course materials, including extra resources (to be provided, see cuLearn), to write a *meaningful* land acknowledgement as if located in Ottawa (Carleton) or elsewhere in Canada. How do you relate to the land and to the Indigenous people of the land (add a 100-200 word footnote on the Indigenous people of the lan...

Course Code   :  IEM100
Course Title   :  introduction to integrated emergency management
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Question: Learning Outcomes Describe the application of the UAE National Response Framework (NRF) as a platform for dealing with future risks. Summarize key principles of IEM including Preparedness, Communications and Information Management, Resource Management, Command and Management, Ongoing Management and Maintenance. Overview By attending the class lectures on IEM100: Introduction to Integrated Emergency Management, students are exp...

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