1). What is Mandy Len Catron’s argument/main message in “There is More to the Nuclear Family, Even Now”? First, explain her argument/main message in your own words. Then, integrate one quoted piece of evidence from her text in MLA style. Cite the paragraph or page number. Be sure to explain HOW this piece of textual evidence supports her argument.
2). What is Maya Angelou’s main message/argument in her poem “Alone”? First, explain Angelou’s main message in your own words. Then, integrate one quoted piece of evidence from her poem in MLA style. Be sure to explain HOW this piece of textual evidence supports the poem’s argument.
3). What is Fatima Asghar’s main message/argument in her poem “If They Should Come for Us”? First, explain Asghar’s main message in your own words. Then, integrate one quoted piece of evidence from her poem in MLA style. Be sure to explain HOW this piece of textual evidence supports the poem’s argument.
4). What does it mean to be part of a community, especially during a global pandemic? And, does your understanding of community move beyond your immediate family to include friend and peer groups? In your response, please reference quoted evidence from at least one (1) of our Week 3 texts. Also, support your response with your own personal experiences with maintaining community during the Covid pandemic.
he last main components are chlorofluorocarbons, which are solely used in an industrious way like for the cooling systems of fridges (NASA 2018b). However, their major share in the destruction of the ozone layer has long been discovered and their production has been cut down by international agreement. The amount of the before mentioned gases in the atmosphere has been rising now since the start of industrialization, making them with 100% certainty one of the major shareholders to the enhancement of the greenhouse effect (Chuvieco 2008). Their increase is a concrete objection to the fulfilment of the mitigation goal. 3 Expression of global climate change and possible surveillance methods The different aspects of climate change set a chain reaction in action, including global temperature rise, warming oceans, declining Arctic sea ice and ocean acidification – just to name a few. In the following, the most important and severe impacts will be presented in more detail. 3.1 Rising temperature The average surface temperature of the Earth has been rising since the beginning of the industrialization in the early 1850s, that is since the beginning of the man-made enhanced greenhouse effect. The rise is a consequence of the increased emissions of carbon dioxide and other humanly created gases into the atmosphere. They are heat-entrapping gases sealing off the ozone layer and hindering most of the warmth of the sun from being reflected into space again, thus capturing this excess warmth in the atmosphere (Rotmans 2012). This reveals itself in the simple fact that at the Earth’s surface, each of the last three decades has been measurably hotter than any decade before the industrialization. To encapsulate, land and ocean surface temperature combined have warmed around 0.9 oC just in the last 50 years according to the IPCC 2014, and in the past century it has been around 1.5 oC. The shift of temperature normals combined with probable heat waves and the foretold ice sheet melting will be strong indicators of climate change and can hint upcoming issues regarding agriculture, water resources, and thus human and environmental health (National Research Council 2010). Much of this increased heat is being absorbed by the oceans. They most probably can be held accountable for 90% of this accumulated energy conservation – it was measured that the warming is most present near the surface, that is up to around 75 m. The water showed an incalescence of about 0.11 oC in just 40 years from 1971 to 2010. It is also probable that the salinity extremes peaked; areas rich in salinity have become even more saline, whereas fresher areas with low salinity have developed to be less saline. This will most likely result in sea level rise due to a thermal expansion bec>GET ANSWER