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Early diagnetic processes in saline, alkaline lakes

Early diagnetic processes in saline, alkaline lakes
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1. Lacustrine sedimentation on Mars.
2. Precambrian lakes and their palaeoenvironmental interpretation
3. Using lake sediments as records of palaeoseismicity.
4. Mono Lake, California: its sedimentation and history.
5. The palaeolimnological evidence for historical acidification of lakes in northwestern
6. The impact of sublacustrine thermal springs on lake sedimentation and lake
7. The Holocene palaeoclimate of southern and central Saskatchewan: evidence from
lake sediment records.
8. The limnology, geochemistry and biology of the McMurdo Dry Valley Lakes of
9. The importance of meromixis in formation of lacustrine source rocks.
10. The genesis and significance of turbidites in the geological record of lacustrine
11. The geological record and importance of sponges in lakes.
12. The impact of agriculture on Post-Glacial lake sedimentation in Europe.
13. Early diagenetic processes in saline, alkaline lakes.
14. The geological history of the Caspian Sea.
15. The depositional setting, origin and economic importance of lacustrine borates
7.Write a cause and effect essay discussing a historical event. Be sure to focus on either the cause or the effect of the event. Also, try to focus your paper on a specific event. For example, instead of writing about the Second World War, you should focus on a moment in that war, such as the attack on Pearl Harbor. Remember to be specific and detailed in your writing. Some things you might want to think about:
• What was the causal chain that led to the event?
• What were the ramifications of the event? How is the world different because of it?
Option #2
Write a comparison-contrast essay discussing the differences between two famous historical figures. Focus on specific similarities and differences. Feel free to use specific examples from different spheres of influences, like music, film or literature, but be sure that they are analogous. Some things you might want to think about:
• What are the backgrounds of the individuals?
• Where are they from?
• Discuss their achievements and accolades.
• What is the public perception of these people?
• Students will practice different types of invention strategies.
• Students will appeal to the emotions of their audience in their own essays.
• Students will write effective introductions.
• Students will experiment with analytical skills.
• Students will practice cause and effect and comparison.
Evaluation Criteria
• The most important thing is that you fully use you analytical skills in using the appropriate rhetorical structure.
• I will be looking to see how well you appeal to your audience and how well you stress the logical and emotional aspects of your association with the person/place. Also, I will be looking for the use of opening and concluding strategies.
• The style will be formal, and I want to see how well you can utilize the standards of American Edited English.
• I will be looking to see how well you incorporate cause and effect and comparison into your essay.
• I will focus on the quality of your introduction.
• I am not looking for grammatical perfection, but the essay must be readable and free of mechanical errors that distract your reader.

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