IB expectation: Examine the role of oceans as a store and source of carbon dioxide (CO2).
Carbon is present in all living things and is in a state of dynamic equilibrium i.e. it is constantly the same level on Earth but always changing forms and location. It is an a state of constant flux. (Continuous change)
Knowing this, does the coriolis force affect the direction of spiraling water in a toilet?
Modeling Ocean Currents and their effects of sea surface temperatures (SST):
Floatsametrics. Please have a listen if you have a chance.
This will be reviewed in the Hazards unit on plate tectonics.
On a poster paper, draw labeled diagrams including all of the following: Transform fault, Spreading ridge, seamount, Abyssal plain, Continental rise, island arc, continental shelf, magma, rift valley, transform fault, guyot, deep sea trench, subduction zone, continental slope.
This is a continuation/review of the paper 1 unit on Migration. Quick review
Explain the causes and effects of one major flow of labour between two countries.
Describe cultural traits in terms of language, customs, beliefs, dress, images, music, food and technology. Examine the diffusion of cultural traits resulting from the international movement of workers, tourists and commodities.
IB outcome: Examine the influence of governments, world trading organizations and financial institutions (such as the World Trade Organization, International Monetary Fund and World Bank) in the transfer of capital.
Research one of the following organization: WTO, IMF or World Bank and present the organization’s:
History: 1 paragraph
Official goal of the organization
Aid and loan statistics: How much do they loan and to which country?
Explain three benefits of their involvement on the world financial system
Explain three criticism of their involvement on the world financial system