GEO180 UOPX Climate Change Comparison

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Climate Change Comparison GEO/180 Version 3 University of Phoenix Material Climate Change Comparison Resources: Case studies from Ch. 20 of the text. • • Case 1: Water Issues in the Arid American Southwest Case 2: Soil Salinization in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Consider the following statements: • • Climate change is not only a scientific issue but also a political issue. There is a relationship between human activity and physical geography Create a comparison of the effects on Coastline Formations and Arid Landscapes. Response in at least 70 per box. Address for both: Coastline Formations What are the surficial processes that affect this landscape? To what extent do humans affect this landscape? What arguments do anticlimate-change groups present about this lanscape? How would you address their concerns? Do you have any recommendations of potential solutions to any possible problems? What action, if any, should the government take to prevent and mitigate these climate changes? Copyright © 2015 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Arid Landscapes 1 ...
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Climate Change Comparison
GEO/180 Version 3

University of Phoenix Material
Climate Change Comparison
Resources: Case studies from Ch. 20 of the text.



Case 1: Water Issues in the Arid American Southwest
Case 2: Soil Salinization in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands

Consider the following statements:



Climate change is not only a scientific issue but also a political issue.
There is a relationship between human activity and physical geography

Create a comparison of the effects on Coastline Formations and Arid Landscapes. Response in at
least 70 per box.

Address for both:

Coastline Formations

Arid Landscapes

What are the surficial
processes that affect this
landscape?

The surfical processe acting on the
formation of coastlines include
erosion, deposition, and
transportation. Destructive waves
are responble for the wearing of
the coastal landmass. The erosion
takes place by abrasion, corrosion,
and attrition. When these materials
have been destroyed, the
constructive waves can deposit
them along the coast forming
features like beaches, tombolos,
and spits. Sand is highly
transported by the longshore drift.
Water carry away suspended
materials from the beach affecting
its shape.

This regions have little or no
vegetation cover making
erosion to be the dominant
process. There is mass
wasting, and rock falls. The
action o...

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