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University of Southern Queensland, School of Civil Engineering and Surveying, GIS1401 Assignment 02 1 | P a g e GIS1401 Geographic Data Presentation Semester 2, 2020 Assignment 2 Due date: 18 Sept 2020 Value: 250 marks (25% of the total marks) Writing instructions: •Answer all questions below. Be clear, structured, concise, but adequate in presenting your answers. •All resources, other than the supplied in USQ course materials, are required to be cited when you use in your assignments. •Keep a clear separation between two answers and include the question numbers and sub-section numbers systematically. •Carefully read the given task in each question when you compile your answer. •Specific details on marking each assignment question are provided in the Marking Rubric. You must consult Marking Rubric while answering assignment questions. •Assignment submission instructions will be available in the assessment area of the study desk. •NO email, fax, or hard copy submission of the assignment will be accepted. •Extension of submission due date may be granted under extenuating circumstances only. You must provide documentary evidence to apply for an extension. Extension application may be refused if evidence (provided) are unsatisfactory. Approved late submissions are also made electronically according to the study desk instructions. •You are not required to use bar-coded USQ assignment cover page for submission. You may create your own cover page to write essential details (e.g. name, student number, etc.). About Referencing •For this assignment, referencing is related to any data source you used or download to complete the given two tasks. You may not have journal articles or books in your list, but you may have web sites such as NASA, MODIS, USGS, Geoscience Australia, BOM, newspaper articles to track down some information about bushfire, and some government web sites. •Use correct reference citations by using the APA7 referencing style; < > •There will be mark deduction for not adding above mentioned reference information to the submission (refer to Marking Rubric for details).