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EOSC114 mini-project part 1, September 2017: What hazardous event have you experienced, or is particularly interesting to you? Our “mini-project” is an opportunity to find and describe one hazardous events of your choice in each of our course modules. For this first part today, think of one natural hazard event you or your family or someone you know has experienced. Any natural hazard at all. Or, find a hazardous event you want to learn more about. To obtain full marks for the mini-project, complete all 7 parts, one with each homework exercise. For help, please address questions to the mini-project discussion board or bring them to ECAC, the Earth Course Assistance Center. 1) (0) Have you read the instructions above? Yes√ / no. yes 2) (0.5) Type of hazardous phenomenon: a) Earthquake
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3) (0.5) Did you or someone you know experience this event? - a) Yes, I experienced it. 4) (0.5) For this event only, which course-framework component is associated with the aspect you find most interesting?
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