_Quiz_ 3 2019 - Graded Survey with Key.pdf - PHI 031 Fall 2019 “Quiz” 3 Content Key 1 of 4 Assignment Content Read the story “Ship exhaust makes

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PHI 031 Fall 2019 “Quiz” 3 Content & Key of 1 4 Assignment Content Read the story, “Ship exhaust makes oceanic thunderstorms more intense” and evaluate according to our six-step program for evaluating theoretical hypotheses. One of the press releases about this story is all you should need to do the evaluation: - thunderstorms-more-intense/ If you want to find more information, the original scientific paper (accessible from UCD library or the library VPN from off campus and linked from the press release) is here: Write the 5 or 6 steps of your evaluation in your own words and include a diagram of your evaluation, following the template of Figure 2.12 (or using the template “Diagram - Evaluate Theoretical Hypotheses - Fillable.pdf” in Canvas > Files > Course-handouts or linked from the Google Site Topic Outline next to “Quiz” 3). Upload your evaluation to Canvas by Sunday, October 20, at 11:59pm. You may submit your PDF as a combined PDF (text and diagram) or as two separate PDF files. You will receive credit for completion, but a key will be provided after the assignment is due.
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PHI 031 Fall 2019 “Quiz” 3 Content & Key of 2 4 Evaluation Key Evaluation of the Report: “Ship exhaust makes oceanic thunderstorms more intense” In this evaluation, I’ve kept it brief — one sentence per step, more or less. But I also add comments (in parentheses) that indicate information that could be included to give more details or that might be relevant to going further than a “bare bones” evaluation. Step 1. Real World Phenomenon The phenomenon of interest was the global pattern of intensity of oceanic thunderstorms (with lightning). (You could also say things like: (a) thunderstorm intensity, (b) patterns of thunderstorm intensity, or (c) something like (a) or (b) but specific to lightning.) Step 2. Model The model is that ship exhaust causes lightning in thunderstorms on the oceans to be more intense.
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