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(Worth 0 points) No question or points are associated with this space. The space is provided so that the instructor may give feedback to individual students. ESSAY SUBMISSION ESSAY FEEDBACK Timothy, the text for this class is very dense. I suggest that you might want to take reading notes and you might also want to print copies of the quizzes before you begin the reading assignment. You will be able to note the location of certain sections for rereading when you take the quiz. I think this will help you to handle the massive amounts of information. Because of University policy, you will not be able to print the Mid Term or the Final exam until the week that it is due. Check out the feedback for the questions that you missed. If you have further questions, post to the Q&A DB or send me e-mail. I have given you credit for one question because you ended up with duplicate questions from the test bank. I do not believe in double joepardy and I will fix the testbank. If there is anything that I can do to help, please let me know. Points earned on this question : 0 Question 2 (Worth 5 points) The Mediterranean climate is classified under which of the following Köppen-Geiger letters? C This is a correct answer H R B Points earned on this question : 5 Question 3 (Worth 5 points) In Humid Cold (D) climates which statement is false: the soils have layers rich in nutrients evapotranspiration increases due to low temperatures this climate zone supports coniferous forests great annual temperature ranges are normal This is a correct answer Feedback for this selection : See "Climate on the Map." Points earned on this question : 5 Question 4 (Worth 5 points) The Koppen System is used to depict ___________. climate This is a correct answer daily or weekly weather events the rate of growth of human populations Feedback for this selection : See, "Introduction, Climate, Climate on the Map." increases and decreases in sea levels Points earned on this question : 0 Question 5 (Worth 5 points) The two greatest population densities in the world exist in Europe and eastern China. Europe and south Asia (India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh).
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