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CU-BOULDERENGL 2655Jeremy GreenSummer

ENGL 2655 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Arab Spring, Angela Merkel, Dependency Ratio

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Module 1 written assignment: age structure of japan and the united states (graphs from index mundi) Common features: in both the us and japan, about ha
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CU-BOULDERENGL 2655Jeremy GreenSummer

ENGL 2655 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Carbon Cycle, Energy Economics, Thermohaline Circulation

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Peer-reviewed articles are the primary sources of credible information and reports are derived from these several peer-reviewed articles for the purpos
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CU-BOULDERENGL 2655Jeremy GreenSummer

ENGL 2655 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Marshall Islands, Low-Carbon Economy, Industry 4.0

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The per capita consumption is still far less in a developed country: unconventional sources. Oil sands = oil mixed with sand, they are mined instead of
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CU-BOULDERENGL 2655Jeremy GreenSummer

ENGL 2655 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Species Richness, Biome, Background Extinction Rate

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We"re currently living in 6th mass extinction (era?) Iron = important nutrient and often is implicated in major swings according to the climate like ic
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ENGL 2655 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Northern Hemisphere, Water Scarcity, Land Degradation

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Lake mead, vegas gets 90% of its water from there, biggest drought problem in us. Impact of droughts is different in different societies, in some place
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