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You need use gis system to draw the map, and answer the questions in the word fo

You need use gis system to draw the map, and answer the questions in the word format. You need take the screen shot of map and paste it in the word.

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You need use GIS system to draw the map and take the screen shot. I need the map

You need use GIS system to draw the map and take the screen shot. I need the map and answers in the word. Thank you. I will send you the date cause i can not upload here, its big.

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You need use gis system to draw the map, and answer the questions in the word fo

You need use gis system to draw the map, and answer the questions in the word format. You need take the screen shot of map and paste it in the word.

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Geography

Introduction- summary and thesis statement Arguments- minimum 3 paragraphs Concl

Introduction- summary and thesis statement
Arguments- minimum 3 paragraphs
Conclusion- summary and state your opinion
Based on a Complex Question
– The key themes outlined from the beginning of the course focused on Three Foundational Geographic Modes of Inquiry. Using all foundational questions and the course content to draw your thoughts from answer the following question:
Regional success is dependent on a number of factors. Discuss a specific region keeping in mind the three foundational questions and outline the challenges they are facing with climate change. How can they ensure continued success in adapting to their specific climate related challenges?
– The key themes found throughout the course explored the concepts of regional cohesion, nationalism and economic outcomes.
Using regional examples to ground your discussion, explain the various ways that the region you have chosen to discuss has or has not been able to achieve economic success focusing on specific barriers. What problems can you identify within the region and do you have any solutions to address the problems you see?

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Geography

The first page makes a comprehensive introduction to the topic, then the second

The first page makes a comprehensive introduction to the topic, then the second page follows up on the introduction, gives more details about the topic

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Geography

Submission Attached to this assignment link is a Word document of the lab. You c

Submission
Attached to this assignment link is a Word document of the lab. You can complete your work directly in the Word document or in an external text editing document. If you use an external text editing document, please number your responses to correspond to the question you’re addressing.
This lab consists of 15 bold numbered questions that relate to the document text, and examination of images, data, and graphs.
Please save as/export your completed lab assignment as a pdf prior to uploading it to this assignment link.
Lab instructions and questions are in the document

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Geography

I need you to write only the methodology part of this report and please go throu

I need you to write only the methodology part of this report and please go through the documents and files I have attached to help you understand what the report is about. (Please ignore the other parts excluding methodology)
I have attached the proposal for this project and you can start it with the file named “Report”. The methodology that we used has been listed there in the docs named”Methodology” and there is a PPT brief explaining the whole process.

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Submission Attached to this assignment link is a Word document of the lab. You c

Submission
Attached to this assignment link is a Word document of the lab. You can complete your work directly in the Word document or in an external text editing document. If you use an external text editing document, please number your responses to correspond to the question you’re addressing.
This lab consists of 15 bold numbered questions that relate to the document text, and examination of images, data, and graphs.
Please save as/export your completed lab assignment as a pdf prior to uploading it to this assignment link.
Lab instructions and questions are in the document

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Geography

Reading due: Read the portions of the article that are not grayed out Watson, An

Reading due: Read the portions of the article that are not grayed out Watson, Annette. 2013. “Misunderstanding the ‘Nature’ of Co-Management: A Geography of Regulatory Science and Indigenous Knowledges (IK).” Environmental Management 52(5): 1085–1102.7
-Reading assignment due: In a few sentences answer: From the reading, give one example of western knowledge and IK knowledge being at odds with one another.

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The subject i have chosen is the 15 january 2022 eruption of the hunga-tonga-hunga-ha’apai volcano.

The subject I have chosen is the 15 January 2022 eruption of the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai volcano.
This topic is unique, and I would like to delve deeper into it. The major eruption from Tonga’s Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai (HTHH) volcano generated a transoceanic tsunami. A combined ocean and air shock wave led to this eruption. Its force was determined to be 4 to 18 megatons of trinitrotoluene (Mt)4, based on the energy released by a magnitude 5.8 earthquake1. According to NPR5, this energy reached 10 Mt. The analysis of ionospheric readings indicated that the most enormous explosion, one of five during the eruption, happened at about 04:16:20 UTC6, with an estimated range of 9-37 Mt. The tsunami, triggered by this underwater volcano, surged 83 centimeters in the Nuku’alofa district of Tongatapu, Tonga. According to the Tongan government, the highest water level in Tongatapu’s northwest area was roughly 15 m3. The episode had a baseline VEI-5 rating on the spectrum of volcanic explosiveness. These details add together to make this a fascinating topic.
The Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano can be found in the western part of the South Pacific Ocean, to the west of the main populated islands that make up the Kingdom of Tonga. It comprises the little islands of Hunga Tonga and Hunga Ha’apai and the shallow reefs surrounding the caldera rim of a much bigger underwater formation. The Tofua Arc, a portion of the broader Tonga-Kermadec volcanoes, is composed of twelve distinct submerged volcanoes. Over the course of geological timescales, the Pacific Plate was pushed under the Indo-Australian Plate, forming the Tonga-Kermadec arc. The largest island in the country, Tongatapu, is positioned around 65 kilometers (40 miles) north of Tonga-Hunga Haapai. The Tonga-Kermadec Islands subduction zone that runs from New Zealand to Fiji and is home to multiple active volcanoes includes this region.