3A8 week 01 lecture 01 planet earth

Week 01 topic 01 information systems in the 2010s

Week 01   topic 01   information systems in the 2010s
... BMIT5103 STUDY GUIDE TOPIC 01 Information Systems in the 2010 s” • Learning outcomes: Role of IT in optimising performance; Why the business value of IT is determined by people, business processes ... value chain model; Importance of learning IT Information Technology for Managers BMIT5103 STUDY GUIDE TOPIC 01 Information Systems in the 2010 s” No Focus areas Assigned readings Positioning IT ... BMIT5103 STUDY GUIDE TOPIC 01 Information Systems in the 2010 s” • Topics overview: Importance of being an agile enterprise; Capability of IT in improving profitability by enabling ways to connect...
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Tài liệu Helping Our Planet Earth P3 ppt

Tài liệu Helping Our Planet Earth P3 ppt
... taken by Parties concerned The Parties should manage and use their natural resources, including forest and land resources, in an ecologically sound and sustainable manner The Parties, in addressing ... be open to contributions from other sources subject to the agreement of or approval by the Parties The Parties may, where necessary, mobilise additional resources required for the implementation ... United Nations and the principles of international law, the sovereign right to exploit their own resources pursuant to their own environmental and developmental policies, and the responsibility to...
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Tài liệu Helping Our Planet Earth P2 doc

Tài liệu Helping Our Planet Earth P2 doc
... Guide HOPE - HELPING OUR PLANET EARTH Activity- Planet for Sale! What to do: Purpose: To express attitudes and values towards the environment Time: 30 minutes Materials: newsprint, coloured card ... borrow from another bidding group to purchase planet items 35 Teachers Guide HOPE - HELPING OUR PLANET EARTH You may wish to give each bidding team a coloured card to raise if they would like to ... wealth to power and control over the planet This lily pond is in the shape of the World map 36 Teachers Guide HOPE - HELPING OUR PLANET EARTH Example of planet items for sale! Sahara Desert The...
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Tài liệu Helping Our Planet Earth P1 ppt

Tài liệu Helping Our Planet Earth P1 ppt
... and access to resources o o o o 15 Teachers Guide HOPE - HELPING OUR PLANET EARTH 16 Teachers Guide HOPE - HELPING OUR PLANET EARTH 17 Teachers Guide HOPE - HELPING OUR PLANET EARTH Activity- ... Fiji Fast Facts! 108 Teachers Guide HOPE - HELPING OUR PLANET EARTH Welcome Welcome to the first edition of the HOPE (Helping Our Planet Earth) Teachers Guide The Decade of Education for ... including flooding, landslides, etc 21 Teachers Guide HOPE - HELPING OUR PLANET EARTH 22 Teachers Guide HOPE - HELPING OUR PLANET EARTH Activity- Classroom Community Visioning What to do: Purpose:...
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Planet Earth pot

Planet Earth pot
... BRITANNICA LEARNING LIBRARY: PLANET EARTH 2008 Britannica.com may be accessed on the Internet at http://www.britannica.com (Trademark Reg U.S Pat Off.) Printed in U.S.A Planet Earth I N T R O D U C ... another name for giant floating ice cubes? Planet Earth, you’ll discover In To help you on your journey, we’ve provided the following guideposts in Planet Earth: ■ Subject Tabs—The colored box in ... Royalty-Free/Corbis © 2008 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc Planet Earth TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION GEOGRAPHY: Learning About the Earth CONTINENTS: The Largest...
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PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 1 ppt

PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 1 ppt
... 10 6 10 8 11 0 Human influence 11 2 Farming Mining Industry and transportation Cities Environment and conservation 11 4 11 6 Glossary Index Acknowledgments 12 4 12 6 12 8 11 8 12 0 12 2 Contents Planet Earth ... The Moon Early Earth Earth’s structure Plate tectonics Continental drift Mountains Faults and rifts Earthquakes and tsunamis Volcanoes Volcanic eruptions Geysers and hot springs 10 12 14 16 18 ... Turner First published in the United States in 2009 by DK Publishing 375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10 014 Copyright © 2009 Dorling Kindersley Limited 09 10 11 12 13 10 WD207 – 04/09 All rights...
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PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 2 ppt

PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 2 ppt
... dust and rock in the region of the galaxy where the Sun was born As the pieces of dust and rock orbited the star, they were pulled together by their own gravity, and the energy of these collisions ... But the various rocks and rock layers on the coasts also match, and so the fossils preserved in them The fossils also give the supercontinent a date 22 95 MILLION YEARS AGO By the later age of the ... Moon There is no air on the Moon, and no atmosphere of any kind to create a pale sky and soften the harsh sunlight The temperature can rise to 24 0°F ( 120 °C) in the sunlight, but plummets to -2 40°F...
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PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 3 ppt

PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 3 ppt
... moving east away from the rest of the continent This has allowed the central part of the valley—on the left of the picture—to sink into the Earth On average the valley is 30 miles (50 km) wide, ... lumps of coal The stickier the lava, the blockier it is, and the blocks often contain gas bubbles 31 VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS Volcanoes are among the most powerful forces on the planet, and their eruptions ... an l, the he h the a s trave d on t throug er the wave be detecte en r th The fa they can oft orld but get, f the w side o other FT t causes DSHI a ROUN ovement thn deep G m ult ofte s it The...
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PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 4 pot

PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 4 pot
... those of the Devil’s Tower The Romans used it as the basis for Hadrian’s Wall, marking the northern frontier of their empire 45 DISSOLVING LIMESTONE Rainwater dissolves carbon dioxide from the air ... blow the rock apart Rocky debris picked up by the waves completes the demolition job As these mushroom-shaped Pacific islands show, all the active erosion happens at wave level, undercutting the ... deep mantle beneath the crust, and therefore 80 percent of the planet It is rare on the surface, occurring in places where major earth movements have squeezed it up from beneath the ocean floor It...
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PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 5 doc

PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 5 doc
... frequently they snap due to tension pulling the rocks apart One side of the fault drops relative to the other—or is pushed up by pressure—and the rock strata become offset By matching the layers, ... layers lie at the bottom, so if they are compressed into rock, the oldest rock layers, or strata, are also the lowest However, movements in the Earth can fold and even overturn the strata, so ... rock without being disturbed, they become horizontal strata The lowest strata are the oldest All these rocks date from the Cretaceous period of the age of dinosaurs The older brown and red strata...
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PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 6 ppt

PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 6 ppt
... cling together also make them cling to the atoms of other substances such as salts, pulling them apart so they dissolve This makes water an ideal medium for the chemical reactions that are the basis ... it rise, building the clouds higher This helps fuel thunderstorms and hurricanes, and, in fact, the whole weather machine of our planet WATER ON EARTH Most of the water on Earth is salty seawater ... like these bacteria are basically envelopes of water, containing dissolved chemicals which the organisms use to fuel their activities and build their tissues 65 Clouds are blown on the wind, so they...
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PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 7 pps

PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 7 pps
... toward the west in the tropics, and toward the east in the midlatitudes farther north and south They drag the surface waters of the oceans with them, creating huge clockwise current gyres in the ... from the troposphere, up through the stratosphere and mesosphere, to the thermosphere, which fades into space These layers are defined by their temperature rather than the nature of the air they ... Corryvreckan off the west coast of Scotland These build up to their full fury at midtide, then die away altogether as the tide turns LUNAR CYCLES The tides vary with the phases of the Moon Twice...
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PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 8 pps

PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 8 pps
... of the life on Earth lives in the surface zone of the oceans Here, sunlight provides the energy for plankton and seaweeds to produce food by photosynthesis, and this supports the animals The ... least intense in the polar regions, where it is dispersed Earth spins on a tilted axis, so the regions facing the Sun most directly change throughout the year, creating the seasons These become more ... when they mature 100 Seabirds Fish shoals are attacked from the air by squadrons of seabirds, such as gannets These birds plunge headlong into the water to seize the fish in their long bills They...
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PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 9 pot

PLANET EARTH - The Incredible Visual Guide Part 9 pot
... strip the moisture from winds blowing off the Pacific, and the lands in the “rain shadow” to the east of the mountains form the cool, dry Pampas of southern Argentina 108 NORTH AMERICAN PRAIRIE The ... ether They typically have fire-resistan t bark and thick, leathery leaves tha t resist drying out in the hot sun shine The leaves are full of oils tha t make them taste bad, but depite thi s they ... winds blowing toward the east over the southern Andes mountains lose all their moisture on the western flanks, so the land to the east gets very little rain This creates the cool Patagonian Desert—a...
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