Is the claim by indigenous peoples of the Arctic that climate change is a human rights abuse a valid claim?
Explain at least two pieces of evidence (ice cores, ocean sediment, etc.) that indicate that climate changes have occurred over geologic time and continue to occur.
Explain relative dating and how it is used to explain how life on earth has changed over long periods of time.
Describe how evidence led to the theory of plate tectonics.
Why are there hungry people in the world? Are there different reasons for different parts of the world, for example the United States versus Africa? What are some solutions?
Tell me what you know about human population. It could be how many people there are in the world, what is happening to the total population, whether people are evenly distributed around the planet, what the causes are for the population to change, what the effects are… At least four complete sentences.
Your assignment was to read the article, “When Earth Science Meets Social Science” (Dreifus 2006). What is one piece of this article that had the most impact on you and why?
How do ocean currents affect us here in Northern Minnesota?