M5 Importance of PhotosynthesisDiscuss your understanding of how photosynthesis has made the earth’s atmosphere unique in the solar system. What effects would decreasing levels of photosynthesis have on human society over time, and what could we do to stabilize photosynthesis over the long-term?Your answer should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate the assigned readings from the module with proper APA (Links to an external site.) Style formatting// you may use additional sources and materials as long as they are relevant to the discussion and cited properly. Every answer should have its own reference. Do not write the references on the bottom of the page for all of them, need to do it individually. Effects of WildfireWhat are the positive and negative effects of wildfires? Are the effects primarily restricted to rural areas, and therefore, of little importance to the bulk of society? Defend your statement.Your answer should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate the assigned readings from the module with proper APA (Links to an external site.) Style formatting// you may use additional sources and materials as long as they are relevant to the discussion and cited properly. Every answer should have its own reference. Do not write the references on the bottom of the page for all of them, need to do it individually. Geographers and PlantsWhy do geographers study plants more than they study animals (outside of humans anyway)? Why would the study of one tend to benefit human society more than the other? Justify your answer.Your answer should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate the assigned readings from the module with proper APA (Links to an external site.) Style formatting// you may use additional sources and materials as long as they are relevant to the discussion and cited properly. Every answer should have its own reference. Do not write the references on the bottom of the page for all of them, need to do it individually.Check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors.
M5 Importance of Photosynthesis Discuss your understanding of how photosynthesis has made the earth’s atmosphere unique in the solar system. What effects would decreasing levels of photosynthesis hav
Read: Required Chapter 10: Cycles and Patterns in the Biosphere Chapter 11: Terrestrial Flora and Fauna Module Notes Demonstration Playlist: Chapter 13: Unconformity Types Chapter 13: Sediment Transport by Wind  Chapter 13: Seafloor Spreading and Plate Boundaries  Chapter 13: Seafloor Spreading and Seafloor Magnetization  Chapter 13: Relative Dating Principles  Chapter 13: Wave Reflection and Refraction  Chapter 13: Using Graphs To Understand Mantle Melting  Chapter 13: How Magma Rises  Chapter 13: Dry Compaction and Liquefaction  Chapter 13: Kelvin Calculation of Earth Age  Chapter 13: Forming Igneous Features and Landforms  Chapter 13: Fractional Crystallization  Chapter 13: Metamorphic Rock Foliation  Chapter 13: Foliation  Chapter 13: Exposing Metamorphic Rock  Chapter 13: Erosion of Deformed Sedimentary Rock  Module 5: Module Notes: Earth’s Lithosphere and Biosphere We begin this module by looking at the different “biogeochemical” cycles of energy, water and nutrients that link the biosphere with the atmosphere, the hydrosphere and the lithosphere. The concepts of food chains, ecosystems and biomes are presented, as well as an overview of basic environmental relationships. When studying the biogeochemical cycles, look for the relationships between these cycles and other patterns and processes covered in previous chapters. For example, relate the energy cycle and the carbon cycle to the various components of Earth’s solar radiation budget (Module 2) and examine the water cycle in the context of the material about the hydrosphere presented in Module 4. Especially note the important relationship between the distribution patterns of organisms and the distribution of climate. We then continue our examination of the biosphere, moving beyond the introduction of biogeochemical cycles and environmental influences presented previously, to a more specific look at the distribution patterns of plants and animals. Here the most important characteristics and adaptations of plants and animals to constraints in the natural environment are highlighted.  A key geographic relationship is well illustrated in the concluding section on the major biomes of the world: the close relationship between climate and the distribution of various plant communities. As you study these topics, look for the relationships between the pattern of biomes and climatic patterns we have studied, such as temperature and precipitation.




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