. Is the change any chasing a major changes in chemistry between the upstream and the downstream? so that’s just start off with thinking about the difference between the upstream and the downstream. You would say that, let’s say for example, there is much higher conductivity downstream or lower pH or higher levels of iron or other metals. And what you would say is that you would suggest. These changes are caused by the impact of the mine drainage input so that that’s important things that you need to use things like the word suggest. 2- Second section of the discussion looks at the ecology upstream to downstream. when you come to sort of making comments on the changes in the Ecological scores and the changes in the Chi Squared’s and when we can start and recognize. Which families? or which groups are different between the upstream and the downstream?
nother of the most well respected designers in this field was El Lissitzky, a Russian born artist, designer, typographer, photographer and architect who designed many exhibitions and propaganda for the Soviet Union in the early 20th century. Lissitzky’s development of the ideas behind the Suprematist art movement were very influential in the development of both the Bauhaus and the Constructivist art movements. His stylistic characteristics and experimentation with a wide range of production techniques that were only recently developed have had an influence on graphic designers ever since. GERMANY 1930-1945 Social structure and Economic Conditions Miserable living conditions for German people after the First World War were made worse still by the unrealistic demands placed on them by the Treaty of Versailles. This combination of factors created the perfect environment for propaganda and the promotion and acceptance of extreme political views and paved the way for the rise of The German Workers’ Party (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, DAP), which would later become known in English speaking countries as the Nazi Party, and would push the world toward a Second World War. Design techniques, strategy and distribution German leader Adolf Hitler was a strong advocate for propaganda. “He believed, tragically for the world that the masses were weak and malleable and the effectiveness of propaganda could be greatly enhanced if supported by terror and intimidation.He also insisted – perhaps the legacy of his training in art as a young man – that visual presentation was of fundamental importance. So it was Nazism, as brutal a regime as the world has ever seen, was provided with one of the most effective corporate identities ever devised, layden with symbols.” (C.Moore, 2010)>GET ANSWER