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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the civilization of the people of Native Americans in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic regions.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the culture of Native Americans in North America and Southeast Asia.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Taiga, the trees that grow there, and the animals that live there.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe nuclear energy.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe mist and how it is different from fog.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe karst.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Geomagnetic Poles

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Wetland

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Geomagnetic Poles

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Oasis.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Oil Shale Environment Effects.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe different types of landslides.

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Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe coevolution.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Oxbow Lake

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Wetland

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Using the main points and examples describe class conditioning.

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Using the main points and examples describe three categories of PTSD symptoms

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Using the main points and examples give a short introduction of Scavengers

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Using the main points and examples describe four main categories of Moraines.

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Using the main points and examples describe Meteor

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Using the main points and examples describe three types of marshes.

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Using the main points and examples describe magnetism.

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Using the main points and examples describe Marine Sanctuary and the use of Marine Sanctuary.

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Using the main points and examples describe Loess and how it is made.

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Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the history of Globalization and its causes and effects.

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Using the main points and examples describe landslide.

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Using the main points and examples describe landslide.

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Using the main points and examples describe Ocean gyre.

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Using the main points and examples describe the reasons why deciduous tree lose their leaves.

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Using the main points and examples describe the cause of seasons.

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Using the main points and examples describe the cause of soil depletion

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Using the main points from the lecture, describe the four types of estuaries.

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Using the main points from the lecture, describe the history of Globalization.

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Using the main points and examples describe paradox of the choice.

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Do you think bicycles will still be widely used in the future or replaced by other means of transportation?

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List one recommendation for the school you have recently attended.

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Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe a dune, how it is formed, and give examples and describe the most common and rarest dunes.

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Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe deciduous plants and why deciduous plants do what they do.

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Using the main point and at least two examples from the lecture, describe co-adaptation. In addition, explain one benefit and one disadvantage to co-adaptation.

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Using the main points from the lecture, describe Escarpment and the two main types of processes creating them.

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Using the main points from the lecture, describe caldera, how it is formed, and give two examples of caldera in the world.

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