Oregon Mass Wasting Hazards (Cascade Mountains):
Soil composition: granite, sediment, metamorphic, and extrusive rocks
Topography: average 2,000 to 5,000 feet above sea level
Vegetation: 1,630 vascular plant species. Mainly conifers(deep roots, not well s
Week 3 Assignment
The Impact of Hurricanes and Climate Change
This may be fairly obvious, but I am rather concerned with the possible link between recent
climate change and the increase of both the frequency and magnitude of hurri
Assignment Week 12
Strongest, Largest, and Deadliest Hurricanes
For the strongest hurricane of all time, I decided that the factor most important was wind speed.
According to NASA, the strongest known hurricane is Jupiters Great Re
Black Swan Events and the 2008 Financial Crisis
Before this crisis can be discussed in the context of a black swan event, a definition of black
swan events is required. To lend clarity to the explanation, a verbatim defini
SCI388: Assignment 10
ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE PLAN
1. Description and limitations of observed zombieism:
After extensive research, we have determined what causes the subjects to turn.
The subject is infected with a unique synthetic par
SCI388 Final Speaking Notes
Nano Copper in Steel:
low carbon, high performance steel. Developed with higher corrosion-resistance and weld
ability by incorporating copper nanoparticles from at the steel grain boundaries.
Steel Grain Bounda
WK 11 Discussion
FLINT MICHIGAN CRISIS
In April of 2014, lead began leaching into the water supply when the city switched its water supply from
Lake Huron via Detroits water utility to water from the Flint River. This water proved
University of Advancing Technology
Discuss the difference between biomass and biofuels.
Biomass and biofuel both come from the same source, which is the natural organic products of
the world. Biofuel is basically biomass that has