M6A1: Project 2 – Part BYour completed Project 2 Part B, should total approximately 8 pages, double-spaced, roughly 2000 words. For Part B, your essay should be addressing the questions/points below:·        Do we see an overall warming of the environment? ·        Some theorists envisioned that we would see a more pronounced warming of minimum temperatures than maximum temperatures.  This might result in a reduced range of temperatures.  What trends does the data show? ·        Many theories that look at global warming envisage more drought and less surplus water conditions for inland or continental locations.  Therefore, we might see some trends in precipitation amounts and the frequency of certain amounts of precipitation.  What do the trends show? ·        In reference to actual evapotranspiration, surplus/deficit conditions and runoff/streamflow, what might we expect with a warming climate? ·        Are there clear-cut answers in the trends that we see? ·        What does that tell us about researching environmental issues like global warming? ·        Are there other types of data or information that we need to look at to make a worthwhile analysis?  If so, what would they be?  ·        What are the implications of the results of this study?·        Can you link any of the climate trends to human agency?·        If the trends continue in their current direction, what are the potential implications for people living in the Wabash Watershed? In short, we are looking at a specific geographic area, the Wabash Watershed.  We are looking at a specific time period, 1961-1990, utilizing raw, 5-year average, and 10-year average data, with respect to temperature, precipitation, evapotranspiration, moisture surplus, moisture deficit, and surface runoff.  What does this data tell about this region over this time period, and what does it indicate about the future?  Does this tell us anything, positively or negatively about global warming theory?These are just some of the questions you should ask yourself as you analyze and report on this data and tell us what it all means. Good Luck!Be sure to submit your project in one Word file and document your sources using APA format.Check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors. This course has Turnitin® fully integrated into the course dropbox. Once submitted, your assignment will be evaluated by Turnitin® automatically. You will be able to view an Originality Report within minutes of your first submission that will show how much of your work has been identified as similar to other sources such as websites, textbooks, or other student papers. Use your Originality Report as a learning tool to identify areas of your assignment that you may not have cited appropriately.
M6A1: Project 2 – Part B Your completed Project 2 Part B, should total approximately 8 pages, double-spaced, roughly 2000 words. For Part B, your essay should be addressing the questions/points below
M6A1: Project 2 – Part B Your completed Project 2 Part B, should total approximately 8 pages, double-spaced, roughly 2000 words.  For Part B, your essay should be addressing the questions/points below: Do we see an overall warming of the environment?  Some theorists envisioned that we would see a more pronounced warming of minimum temperatures than maximum temperatures.  This might result in a reduced range of temperatures.  What trends does the data show?  Many theories that look at global warming envisage more drought and less surplus water conditions for inland or continental locations.  Therefore, we might see some trends in precipitation amounts and the frequency of certain amounts of precipitation.  What do the trends show?  In reference to actual evapotranspiration, surplus/deficit conditions and runoff/streamflow, what might we expect with a warming climate?  Are there clear-cut answers in the trends that we see?  What does that tell us about researching environmental issues like global warming?  Are there other types of data or information that we need to look at to make a worthwhile analysis?  If so, what would they be?   What are the implications of the results of this study? Can you link any of the climate trends to human agency? If the trends continue in their current direction, what are the potential implications for people living in the Wabash Watershed?  In short, we are looking at a specific geographic area, the Wabash Watershed.  We are looking at a specific time period, 1961-1990, utilizing raw, 5-year average, and 10-year average data, with respect to temperature, precipitation, evapotranspiration, moisture surplus, moisture deficit, and surface runoff.  What does this data tell about this region over this time period, and what does it indicate about the future?  Does this tell us anything, positively or negatively about global warming theory? These are just some of the questions you should ask yourself as you analyze and report on this data and tell us what it all means. Good Luck! Be sure to submit your project in one Word file and document your sources using APA format. Check your work and correct any spelling or grammatical errors. This course has Turnitin® fully integrated into the course dropbox. Once submitted, your assignment will be evaluated by Turnitin® automatically. You will be able to view an Originality Report within minutes of your first submission that will show how much of your work has been identified as similar to other sources such as websites, textbooks, or other student papers. Use your Originality Report as a learning tool to identify areas of your assignment that you may not have cited appropriately. 




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