issues and challenges in urban landscapes_synthesis

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Green vs. Gray:  Issues and Challenges in Urban Ecology - Synthesis Assigned:   Tuesday, 11.9.10 Due: Tuesday, 11.16.10 Directions and Overview:   On your own,  please answer the following questions.  This is an “open-book”  assignment in that you may use your notes, handouts, Blackboard materials, and the Internet . If you  reference an outside source, make sure you cite them within your answer and at the end of your  assignment in a “words cited” list.   While you may have as much time as you need, it should take  approximately two hours for you to complete.  Email me if you have questions or concerns about any portion of the assignment. PART I – TRUE/FALSE:  In questions 1-5, answer      true      or      false.      (2 points each)     a. Read carefully  and circle or  bold  the correct answer .   b. If false, correct the statement by putting a line through the incorrect word(s) and write  the correct word next to or above the incorrect word. 1)  A rip tide is the area of land where all of the water that is under it or drains off of it goes into the same place.  By knowing your rip tide address, such as the Delaware, Schyukill, or Wissahickon, you can find local and 
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course LANDSCAPE 0845 taught by Professor Welborne during the Fall '10 term at Temple.

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