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Usa coal fields by esri use the one that was updated

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USA Coal Fields (by Esri) – use the one that was updated on 9/20/2018 (gray colored map) o Take a screenshot of your map and paste below: Map 2: North Dakota Fracking Wells o Uncheck the two layers you added for the first map (don’t remove them! Just uncheck them). Now search the ArcGIS Online layers option (not living atlas) for the following layer: ND_Fracking_Wells (by bpost_UMN) o Zoom into the region of North Dakota where the points are located o Take a screenshot of your map and paste below: Map 3: North Dakota Fracking Pads o In the upper left portion of the ArcGIS Online screen, find the “Basemap” button. Click on it to change the basemap to “Imagery” – the first option in the list. o Identify an area where there are a lot of points and zoom into the image until you can actually see the fracking pads. They look like square, bare dirt areas within the green fields. You can also see some equipment, automobiles and roads leading up to the pad. o Take a screenshot of an area showing fracking pads and paste below: Part 2: Global fossil fuel production
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Instructions: Please visit the EIA International Mapping site: Click through the current year’s maps for Petroleum, Natural Gas and Coal. Also note for each energy source type, you can also click on “production”, “consumption”, etc. directly below the
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