Geography H410 WI12
DUE: 31 Jan 2012
Exercise 2: Geography of Global Climate and Environmental Change
Purpose and scope: This exercise is meant to expose you to practical world regional geography
in the context of global climate and environmental change.
H410 WI12 Exercise 1: Energy basics and Earths Greenhouse
DUE: Thurs 12 Jan 2012
Answer the following questions. PART 1 includes some practice with basic energy and radiation
topics. Be sure to show all work. In PART 2, you are asked to answer several que
Geography H410 WI12
DUE: Thursday, 23 February 2012
Exercise 3: Climate-Environmental Change: Household-level Considerations
While nations debate how to change industry and consumer behavior, there is evidence
that the fastest, easiest way to generate mor
Instructions for in class debates:
The class has been divided into 6 teams (A-F) of 6 or 7 students. Each debate follows a pointcounter point format involving opposing teams. The debate topics and team members are
posted on Carmen. The debates will take p
A tropical cyclone I Is a warmcore, low pressure system with and organized l ih d i d circulation that forms over tropical or subtropical waters Also known as typhoon and cyclone Also known as typhoon and cyclone Heavy rain and heavy wind (>73 mph) Saffir
G410H WI12 Midterm Exam - review The midterm exam will be held in class on Thurs 02 Feb. It will be comprised of short answer, definitions, and essay questions. This guide should help you focus your studying, and some of these questions will appear on the
Geography 410H WI12 In class, 24 January, 14 February, 01 March Group Presentation Guidance: You are to research your assigned topic and learn enough about it to synthesize it to the class in a 10 minute presentation followed by a 3 min Question and Answe
Tyler Frederick Katy Bowman
What is Arctic Sea Ice?
Sea Ice Sea water freezing at polar regions of the Earth
to form floating ice on the ocean's surface.
Northern Hemisphere Polar Bears (not penguins) Different than Antarctic Sea Ice
Ocean Acidific cation and the Future of E Ecosystems
Donald Elsbernd Stephen Patterson Lisette Alor Pavon
Cavernous S Star Coral; ; Image taken from National Oceanic and Atmospheric n Administrat tion.
Ocean Acidific cation Defined