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double-spaced with 1-inch margins and a 12 point font. Use APA style for citations and provide a reference page. Describe how carbon moves naturally through the carbon cycle without human interference. Then explain how humans are affecting the carbon cycle. How does carbon in the atmosphere affect overall global temperature? Are you personally altering the carbon cycle (indirectly or directly)?

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long, double-spaced with 1-inch margins and a 12 point font. Use APA style for citations and provide a reference page. This is on asylum and refugee seekers. Address the following: Briefly define what asylum is and describe the history behind it. What are some of the issues involved in asking for and granting asylum to refugees? Give one recent example of a group of people seeking asylum and the issues they encountered. Which countries of the world have accepted the…

The topic of this Homework is climate change. Address the following questions in

The topic of this Homework is climate change. Address the following questions in it: What is the difference between weather and climate? Describe how Earth’s climate can change naturally. How do humans contribute to climate change? Do you feel you have personally contributed to climate change? Use the textbook Introduction to Geography, 6th Edition by Carl H. Dahlman or other course resources to list one consequence of global warming as predicted by scientists. The body of the papers should be…

I want you to read this week’s readings (Harvey, Marx and Engels, Berman) and th

I want you to read this week's readings (Harvey, Marx and Engels, Berman) and then address the first question on the instruction. To address the question, you have to mention all 3 readings of this week, but also I want you to discuss previous readings as instruction says. You don't need to mention all 4 previous readings but I want you to draw some ideas from them.

1. Explore: Maps of Immigrants and Emigrants Around the World: https://www.migra

1. Explore: Maps of Immigrants and Emigrants Around the World: https://www.migrationpolicy.org/programs/data-hub/maps-immigrants-and-emigrants-around-world 2. Explore: Visualization of Asylum Seekers: http://archive.pov.org/specialflight/interactive-map-asylum-seekers/ 3. Explore: Migration Data Portal: https://migrationdataportal.org/?i=stock_abs_&t=2019 4. Write: I. Pick three of the maps from the migration policy institute link (https://www.migrationpolicy.org/programs/data-hub/maps-immigrants-and-emigrants-around-world). For each map answer the following... (About 200 words) a) What type of map does the author use to tell a story? (Does it show little bubbles of different size - a proportional symbol? or perhaps a choropleth map (shaded areas)…

1. Download Tableau Public (it works on all operating systems): https://public.t

1. Download Tableau Public (it works on all operating systems): https://public.tableau.com/en-us/s/ 2. Download Excel spreadsheet with data showing the origin locations of folks who moved to Brooklyn in the last 5 years (attached) 3. Watch: Tutorial on how to make the map in Tableau: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khzat8kaEjI&feature=youtu.be 4. Create the map in Tableau Public 5. Submit the link to the finished map (this is the logical endpoint of the videos)