The region has lax safety policies that guarantee that many people will not

The region has lax safety policies that guarantee

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The region has lax safety policies that guarantee that many people will not escape the inundation zone”supported by argument or discussion in the article? Yes / No, the claim was just stated. For each question, is the statement given in italics part of an argument that supports the corresponding claim (paraphrased from the article)? The statement "In 2009, he found some land for sale outside the inundation zone, and proposed building a new K-12 campus there" is part of an argument that supports the claim “A mega-quake occurred in the Cascadia region in 1700. The statement Materials in each core, or seafloor sample, indicate if and when a tsunami event occurredpart of an argument that supports the claim A history of past mega-quakes in the Cascadia region can be established. is The statement "FEMA calculates that 3000 schools will not survive a magnitude 9.0 earthquake in the Cascadia region" is part of an argument that supports the claim “A mega-quake occurred in the Cascadia region in 1700.” The statement Those attending the conference experienced ground shaking for over four minutesispart of an argument that supports the claim Earthquakes larger than magnitude 8 can and will be experienced in some places around the Pacific Rim. True / False Was each of these arguments supported by describing or citing data, methods, or people responsible for the information? Was the argument "North America bulges upwards an average of 3mm to 4mm per year" supported by describing or citing data, methods, or people responsible for the information? Was the argument "The tsunami will be moving more than twice that fast when it arrives”supported by describing or citing data, methods, or people responsible for the information? YES
Was the argument “During subduction-zone earthquakes, torrents of land rush off the continental slopesupported by describing or citing data, methods, or people responsible for the information? What kind of data are each of the following? Choose an option to fill the blank. A whole “forest” of dead trees with tree bases and roots below sea levelis best described as ____. oa quantity or quantities that were measured with instruments of some sort oinformation that was observed i.e. seen or noticed, not measured with instruments odata that was simulated, modelled or calculated oinformation collected from people, archives, records etc. onot really data at all

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