Anthropological Interest

There are 3 assignments total attached which are very short like 200- 300 words questions and all the information will be attachedthere will be total 3 pdfs for each question .first assignment1. Using Muckle to scaffold your answer, describe and explain an element of Gitxaala governance. (Expectation: 3-5 sentences. Approximately 50-100 words. Avoid direct quotes, utilize in-text citations of any citation style but be consistent!). Please see First Nation pdf for the question.Second assignment2. Explain two key areas of anthropological interest in the context of the short film Cry Rock, giving specific examples from the film. (HINT – See slide from Module 2 which outlines key areas of anthropological interest and the Anthropological Perspective)(Expectation: 5+ sentences. Less than 300 words) please see anti 206 module slides for this question and you can find cry rock firm online easilyThird assignment3. To work on your summarization skills – choose one of this weeks resources to summarize in 5 sentences or less (McMillian & Yellowhorn – Plateau or Subarctic, or Menzies Chapter 4 or Koneline). What are the most important take-aways from your chosen resource? If there is a specific connection to the anthropological perspective, be sure to highlight it!For this question, please summarize for subarctic , you can find the document in attachment

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Trivia Forum Rubric

The Trivia forum is a place where students post mini written reports and find a warm introduction to each week’s new topics and highlights, including information on current geologic events that are mentioned in the news. The Trivia forum is a great place to pose questions pertaining to that week¬ís topic. Forums provide an opportunity for written communication and interaction with classmates and your instructor. All iLearn forums will open for the second week of class.Engage in easy conversation about geologic hazards to earn added science discussion credit! Students may earn participation credit for posting: (1) a mini report that provides an answer to a posted question, or (2) a mini report followed by a relevant geology question. This is an all-semester long project. Students may post anytime between 1 February and 3 May. Students are NOT required to tune in and post every week. Please see the rubric on iLearn for important guidance. This policy allows students to skip forums during illness, travel, or personal reasons without consequence. Only (15) total participation points are necessary for an A in this semester-long activity, and each post can earn as many as 5 points. If partial credit is earned on a post, it’s okay to post again to earn more points! This will provide ample opportunities for everyone to earn a perfect score and shine! ūüôā The total number needed for an A in participation this semester is 15 points.Please take caution that contributions contain NEW information. Questions added to the Trivia forum must begin with a mini report and ask about the geologic or scientific details of a specific geologic hazard. Comments that contain information / questions / answers already posted by another student will not achieve a score. Posts that contain negative material or reworded homework questions will be deleted.

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Earth science and environment safety

For this assignment l just want you to focus on the environment safety ( ie what ways that we are able to help sustain ¬†the environment ¬†we live in? is overuse ¬†for agriculture land an important factor that affects ¬†the environment ? runoff ,chemicals and so on .Make sure to cite the sources that you will use on the separate page.This is a research assignment so please don’t go copy and paste lt should be free plagiarism. e B.C. Open Textbook Collection. Sample APA-style citation: This textbook can be referenced. In APA citation style, it would appear as follows: Earle, S. (2019). Physical Geology ¬Ė 2nd Edition. Victoria, B.C.: BCcampus. Retrieved from https://opentextbc.ca/physicalgeology2ed/. Cover image attribution: Cover image: ¬ďMt. Meager (2019)¬Ē by Isaac Earle is under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Mt. Meager¬ójust right of centre¬ówith Plinth Peak to its left and Pylon Peak to the left of that (partly obscured by cloud). Mt. Meager was the site of a major volcanic eruption about 2400 years ago (see Chapter 4). Plinth and Pylon Peaks are also volcanoes, but are now extinct. The bare patch extending down from the ridge to the right of Mt. Meager is the source area of the massive 2010 rock avalanche that is illustrated and described in Chapter 15. The stream in the foreground is flowing from the Magic Carpet Glacier. Capricorn Glacier can be seen to the right of Pylon Peak. Physical Geology – 2nd Edition by Steven Earle is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted. ¬© 2019 Steven Earle The CC licence permits you to retain, reuse, copy, redistribute, and revise this book¬óin whole or in part¬ófor free providing the author is attributed as follows: Physical Geology ¬Ė 2nd Editionby Steven Earle is used under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. If you redistribute all or part of this book, it is recommended the following statement be added to the copyright page so readers can access the original book at no cost: Download for free from the B.C. Open Textbook Collection. e B.C. Open Textbook Collection. Sample APA-style citation: This textbook can be referenced. In APA citation style, it would appear as follows: Earle, S. (2019). Physical Geology ¬Ė 2nd Edition. Victoria, B.C.: BCcampus. Retrieved from https://opentextbc.ca/physicalgeology2ed/. Cover image attribution: Cover image: ¬ďMt. Meager (2019)¬Ē by Isaac Earle is under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Mt. Meager¬ójust right of centre¬ówith Plinth Peak to its left and Pylon Peak to the left of that (partly obscured by cloud). Mt. Meager was the site of a major volcanic eruption about 2400 years ago (see Chapter 4). Plinth and Pylon Peaks are also volcanoes, but are now extinct. The bare patch extending down from the ridge to the right of Mt. Meager is the source area of the massive 2010 rock avalanche that is illustrated and described in Chapter 15. The stream in the foreground is flowing from the Magic Carpet Glacier. Capricorn Glacier can be seen to the right of Pylon Peak.

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Geologic Hazards in Washington State

A Summary of the Geologic Hazards in Washington State  A Word document (minimum 1400 words) and should include, at the minimum, information about all of the following topics:     Рhistorical earthquakes and earthquake hazards in Washington state    Рhistorical tsunami and tsunami hazards in Washington state    Рhistorical volcanic activity and volcanic hazards in Washington state    Рhistorical floods and flood hazards in Washington state    Рhistorical avalanches/landslides and avalanches/landslide hazards in Washington state  For each of the above topics, be sure to include information such as:     Рsignificant historical events or disasters, with relevant data such as economic damage or fatalities     Рareas of current and future risk     Рcurrent steps being taken to mitigate these hazards, including costs and examples     Feel free to include all information you feel is pertinent and relevant.     You must have a minimum of 8 references for this project.   For Word documents, you should include a minimum of 6 relevant figures or maps.  All figures or maps must include a caption.  As the figures may be of varying sizes, the Word document should have a minimum of 1400 words. For more information on this check: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Natural_disasters_in_Washington_(state)

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Ethics and Ethical Behavior

In your own words, explain what “ETHICS” means to you. Provide an example of how you demonstrate your ethical behaviour at home, school, at work. Describe how you want to be known by others and explain why it is important for you to be known that way.

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Earth and Human

What are earth and human?

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3D Geological Model Building

I need to write a research proposal more than 3000 words about the title that in mentioned above and following these instructions: 1- Research question a- Define and clarify the research question based on preparatory research. b-State the research background and research motivation. c- Identify the research purposed- State the theoretical or practical significance of the study  2-Literature review (no less than 3000 words). Bibliography list  3-Introduction of the study. 4- Research methodology and technical route a-Research method b-Technical route c-Key technology or difficulty  5- Innovation of the study. 6- Feasibility and preparatory research   a- Analysis of the feasibility of study b- preparatory research  7-Expected outcome 8-Research progress

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[SOLVED]  Sichuan Earthquake

My Case Study is about 2008 Sichuan Earthquake This is where you will upload the file for your Annotated Bibliography assignment. Please use either .pdf, .doc, or .docx file format. Click here to download the Annotated Bibliography ¬†assignment. You are asked to prepare an Annotated Bibliography summarizing five scholarly references that will be used in the preparation of your Case Study.¬†Each annotation will consist of two paragraphs, so you¬íre going to write a total of ten paragraphs. For each annotation, the first paragraph will “summarize” the resource, and the second paragraph will “critically analyze” the resource.¬† Note: Please mention your topic briefly at the top of the first page of your Bibliography. If you have CHANGED your topic since the Proposal, please let us know that. Otherwise we might assume that you’re continuing with the same topic or event, and would not be reading your Annotated Bibliography as you have intended. Detailed instructions are provided in the downloadable assignment (linked above).¬† Click here to see a sample annotation.¬† Objectives The objectives of the Annotated Bibliography are for you: to identify, evaluate, summarize, and cite scholarly resources in support of your Case Study research; and to communicate the results of your research using a scholarly writing format in which you distinguish between descriptive and analytical writing styles. Evaluation Criteria Here are the evaluation criteria for the Annotated Bibliography assignment: For each annotation: 1 pt: selected reference is appropriate, scholarly, relevant to project 1 pt: quality of the summative paragraph 1 pt: quality of the evaluative paragraph Sub-total (for each annotation): 3 points x 5 annotations = 15 points For the assignment as a whole: 1 pt: references are correctly listed (APA-style) 1 pt: references are mainly scholarly; at least one descriptive, one analytical 1 pt: annotations are insightful, well-constructed, and well-written overall 1 pt: writing demonstrates scholarly tone and quality 1 pt: overall relevance of the references to the Case Study topic is demonstrated, and proposal topic is mentioned at the beginning Sub-total (for the assignment as a whole): 5 points TOTAL (will be converted into 10% of the overall course mark): 20 points Rubric Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography Criteria Ratings Pts 3.0 pts 3.0 pts 3.0 pts 3.0 pts 3.0 pts 5.0 pts Total Points: 20.0 This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Annotation #1 1 pt: selected reference is appropriate, scholarly, relevant to project;¬† 1 pt: quality of the summative paragraph;¬† 1 pt: quality of the evaluative paragraph This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Annotation #2 1 pt: selected reference is appropriate, scholarly, relevant to project;¬† 1 pt: quality of the summative paragraph;¬† 1 pt: quality of the evaluative paragraph This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Annotation #3 1 pt: selected reference is appropriate, scholarly, relevant to project;¬† 1 pt: quality of the summative paragraph;¬† 1 pt: quality of the evaluative paragraph This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Annotation #4 1 pt: selected reference is appropriate, scholarly, relevant to project;¬† 1 pt: quality of the summative paragraph;¬† 1 pt: quality of the evaluative paragraph This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Annotation #5 1 pt: selected reference is appropriate, scholarly, relevant to project;¬† 1 pt: quality of the summative paragraph;¬† 1 pt: quality of the evaluative paragraph This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Overall 1 pt: references are correctly listed (APA-style);¬† 1 pt: references are mainly scholarly; at least one descriptive, one analytical;¬† 1 pt: annotations are insightful, well-constructed, and well-written overall;¬† 1 pt: writing demonstrates scholarly tone and quality;¬† 1 pt: overall relevance of the references to the Case Study topic is demonstrated and Case Study TOPIC is specified at the beginning What is an annotated bibliography? An annotated bibliography gives an account of the research that has been done on a given topic. Like any bibliography, an annotated bibliography is an alphabetical list of research sources. In addition to bibliographic data, an annotated bibliography provides a concise summary of each source and some assessment of its value or relevance. Depending on your assignment, an annotated bibliography may be one stage in a larger research project, or it may be an independent project standing on its own. Selecting the sources: The quality and usefulness of your bibliography will depend on your selection of sources. Define the scope of your research carefully so that you can make good judgments about what to include and exclude. Your research should attempt to be reasonably comprehensive within well-defined boundaries. Consider these questions to help you find appropriate limits for your research: What¬†problem¬†am I investigating? What¬†question(s)¬†am I trying to pursue? If your bibliography is part of a research project, this project will probably be governed by a research question. If your bibliography is an independent project on a general topic (e.g. aboriginal women and Canadian law), try formulating your topic as a question or a series of questions in order to define your search more precisely ( e.g. How has Canadian law affecting aboriginal women changed as a result of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms? How have these changes affected aboriginal women? How have aboriginal women influenced and responded to these legal developments?). What¬†kind of material¬†am I looking for? (academic books and journal articles? government reports or policy statements? articles from the popular press? primary historical sources? etc.) Am I finding¬†essential studies¬†on my topic? (Read footnotes in useful articles carefully to see what sources they use and why. Keep an eye out for studies that are referred to by several of your sources.) Summarizing the argument of a source: An annotation briefly restates the main argument of a source. An annotation of an academic source, for example, typically identifies its thesis (or research question, or hypothesis), its major methods of investigation, and its main conclusions. Keep in mind that identifying the argument of a source is a different task than describing or listing its contents. Rather than listing contents (see Example 1 below), an annotation should account for¬†why¬†the contents are there (see Example 2 below). Example 1: Only lists contents: McIvor, S. D. (1995). Aboriginal women¬ís rights as ¬ďexisting rights.¬Ē¬†Canadian Woman Studies/Les Cahiers de la Femme 2/3, 34-38. This article discusses recent constitutional legislation as it affects the human rights of aboriginal women in Canada: the¬†Constitution Act(1982), its amendment in 1983, and amendments to the¬†Indian Act¬†(1985). It also discusses the implications for aboriginal women of the Supreme Court of Canada¬ís interpretation of the Constitution Act in¬†R. v. Sparrow¬†(1991). Example 2: Identifies the argument: McIvor, S. D. (1995). Aboriginal women¬ís rights as ¬ďexisting rights.¬Ē¬†Canadian Woman Studies/Les Cahiers de la Femme 2/3, 34-38. This article seeks to define the extent of the civil and political rights returned to aboriginal women in the¬†Constitution Act¬†(1982), in its amendment in 1983, and in amendments to the¬†Indian Act¬†(1985).*¬†This legislation reverses prior laws that denied Indian status to aboriginal women who married non-aboriginal men.¬†On the basis of the Supreme Court of Canada¬ís interpretation of the¬†Constitution Act¬†in¬†R. v. Sparrow¬†(1991), McIvor argues that the Act recognizes fundamental human rights and existing aboriginal rights, granting to aboriginal women full participation in the aboriginal right to self-government.** *research question¬†**method & main conclusions The following reading strategies can help you identify the argument of your source: Identify the author¬ís thesis (central claim or purpose) or research question. Both the introduction¬†and¬†the conclusion can help you with this task. Look for repetition of key terms or ideas. Follow them through the text and see what the author does with them. Note especially the key terms that occur in the thesis or research question that governs the text. Notice how the text is laid out and organized. What are the main divisions or sections? What is emphasized? Why? Accounting for why will help you to move beyond listing contents and toward giving an account of the argument. Notice whether and how a theory is used to interpret evidence or data. Identify the method used to investigate the problem/s addressed in the text. Pay attention to the opening sentence(s) of each paragraph, where authors often state concisely their main point in the paragraph. Look for paragraphs that summarize the argument. A section may sometimes begin or conclude with such a paragraph. Assessing the relevance and value of sources: Your annotation should now go on to briefly assess the value of the source to an investigation of your research question or problem. If your bibliography is part of a research project, briefly identify how you intend to use the source and why. If your bibliography is an independent project, try to assess the source¬ís contribution to the research on your topic. Are you interested in the way the source frames its research question or in the way it goes about answering it (its method)? Does it make new connections or open up new ways of seeing a problem? (e.g. bringing the Sparrow decision concerning aboriginal fishing rights to bear on the scope of women¬ís rights) Are you interested in the way the source uses a theoretical framework or a key concept? (e.g. analysis of existing, extinguished, and other kinds of rights) Does the source gather and analyze a particular body of evidence that you want to use? (e.g. the historical development of a body of legislation) How do the source¬ís conclusions bear on your own investigation? In order to determine how you will use the source or define its contribution, you will need to assess the quality of the argument: why is it of value? what are its limitations? how well defined is its research problem? how effective is its method of investigation? how good is the evidence? would you draw the same conclusions from the evidence? Keep the context of your project in mind. How is material assessed in your course or discipline? What models for assessing arguments are available in course materials? Various kinds of annotated bibliographies: Annotated bibliographies do come in many variations. Pay close attention to the requirements of your assignment. Here are some possible variations: Some assignments may require you to summarize only and not to evaluate. Some assignments may want you to notice and comment on patterns of similarity and dissimilarity between sources; other assignments may want you to treat each source independently. If the bibliography is long, consider organizing it in sections. Your categories of organization should help clarify your research question. Some assignments may require or allow you to preface the bibliography (or its sections) with a paragraph explaining the scope of your investigation and providing a rationale for your selection of sources. Some language for talking about texts and arguments: It is sometimes challenging to find the vocabulary in which to summarize and discuss a text. Here is a list of some verbs for referring to texts and ideas that you might find useful: account for clarify describe exemplify indicate question analyze compare depict exhibit investigate recognize argue conclude determine explain judge reflect assess criticize distinguish frame justify refer to assert defend evaluate identify narrate report assume define emphasize illustrate persuade review claim demonstrate examine imply propose suggest The evidence indicates that¬†.¬†.¬†. The article assesses the effect of¬†.¬†.¬†. The author identifies three reasons for¬†.¬†.¬†. The article questions the view that¬†.¬†.¬†.

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[SOLVED] Hydrologic Cycle

1. Describe the hydrologic cycle. How does this play a role in landslides/mass movements? 2. What is a “trigger event” and what is a “driver” of mass movements? Hint: many are discussed in lecture. Discuss at least two drivers and one trigger event. 3. Search Google for a landslide/mass movement event anywhere in the world. Describe where, who, when, what, why. Was anyone killed? Damage? If you were a geologist consulting for them, how would you tell them to prevent it in the future? Could it be prevented? Cite your sources.

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[SOLVED] Rock Cycle

write a 3- to 4-paragraph, 400 word minimum essay describing and discussing the Rock Cycle describe the important aspects of the 3 rock families and how they relate to each other in the Rock Cycle  provide specific examples of each rock family  discuss the outer Rock Cycle and the alternate paths

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