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Transcript: Waste Management In MA By: YuYing Chen Introduction There will be 3 maps displaying the connection with population density, incinerators, compost site, landfill sites and water sheds. GIS Presentation Hypothesis: - Incinerator would also be far from population dense areas -High population areas have more landfill and compost sites - Landfill sites would be far from water sheds Population density VS Location of combustion facilities Incinerators Hypothesis was incorrect/correct - There were many incinerators around Boston area - High population density -> high energy consumption - But now there's only 6 active incinerators across the state and they are all away from the city area Compost site VS Population density Hypothesis was correct -Area with higher population density have more compost sites. -Surprisingly there are many compost sites but we do not have compost service offered -Only 1 compost handling facility (maybe all these compost site are local farmers) Compost site Landfill Sites VS Surface water supply watershed Hypothesis was incorrect - Most of landfills are "on top"/ next to the watersheds - Many landfills are Unlined -Only a few landfill that are lined Landfills Data source - All data were from MASSGIS (bureau of geographic information) MassDEP solid waste diversion and disposal Data Possible Additions - GIS is hard when you don't use it on daily bases -It's also hard to create a map with enough information and make sure it doesn't look clustered Addition Info Issue encountered - Available data is limited - Forgets how to use the tools and or the steps of exporting data while trying to make the map Work cited MassDEP, M. (2018). MassGIS Data: MassDEP Solid Waste Diversion and Disposal. Mass, Massachusetts: MASSDOCS. Retrieved May 03, 2020, from https://docs.digital.mass.gov/dataset/massgis-data-massdep-solid-waste-diversion-and-disposal. The end Questions? Comments? Concerns?

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Transcript: A landslide or landslip includes a wide range of ground movement, such as rockfalls, deep failure of slopes and shallow debris flows. Typically, pre-conditional factors build up sub-surface conditions that make an area/slope prone to failure. ArcMap View - Slope Percent-Rise Lithology: different lithologic units have different landslide susceptibility values Pourghasemi, H. R., Biswajeet Pradham, Candan Gokceoglu, and K. Deylami Moezzi. "Landslide Succeptibility Mapping Using a Spatial Multi Criteria Evaluation Model at Haraz Watershed, Iran." Terrigenous Mass Movements. Ed. B. Pradham and M. Buchroithner. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2012. 23-49. Web. References Rank The Factors Landslide Hazard Map Lithology Map and Key Methodology geosurvey.state.co.us Objective Generate a landslide susceptibility map by correlating factors that are related to instability processes. Slope: the most important parameter Prepared percent rise from a DEM from USGS EarthExplorer Land Cover Map Ahmad, Fauziah, Norliana Sulaiman, Laili Nordin, and Jasmi Ab Talib. "Landslide Hazard Zonation Using GIS." (n.d.): n. pag. Web. 29 Oct. 2012. Landslide Inventory in Rio Grande County, CO Colorado Geologic Survey 2012 LANDSAT satellite image with given classifications Dhakal, Amod Sagar, Takaaki Amada, and Masamu Aniya. "Landslide Hazard Mapping and Its Evaluation Using GIS." Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing (2000): 981-89. Web. Land cover: proven correlation between vegetation cover and land use characteristics on slope stability Raster Calculator... Lithology ArcScene - Slope Percent-Rise Kelsey Krueger Slope Study Area Bathrellos, G.D., D.P Kalivas, and H.D. Skilodimou. "GIS-Based Landslide Susceptibility Mapping Models Applied to Natural and Urban Planning in Trikala, Central Greece." Geologic Studies (2009): n. pag. Web. earthexplorer.usgs.gov Rio Grande County, Colorado Land Cover

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Transcript: References Particle pollution refers to a mix of very tiny solid and liquid particles that are in the air we breathe. Such as the dirty, smoky part of that stream of exhaust from vehicles. Particle pollution can increase the risk of heart disease, lung cancer and asthma attacks and can interfere with the growth and work of the lungs. Refinery Overload Based on The American Lung Association “State of the Air 2013” report, shows the air quality nationwide. Los Angeles once again tops the list for the worst ozone pollution in the country for the 13th time in the 14 years the report has been issued. Californians, in general, tend to inhale the dirtiest air: This is one of the most widespread pollutant Ozone or O3 is an invisible gas molecule composed of three oxygen atoms In the presentence of the right ingredients: NOx, VOCs, CO & sunlight ; they react to form SMOG Thank You & Congrats to the Class of 2015 What is Air Pollution? Nearly 9 million children have Asthma in the U.S. In LA county 1,173,000 children have been diagnosed with asthma. 63,000 students in Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) have asthma. The highest increases in asthma are found in urban areas and among African-Americans and Latinos. The asthma hospitalization rates for African-American children in Southland counties are two to four times higher than for other ethnic or racial groups. What we can do to Help with the Pollution Problem "What's in the air" Katy Nadia Nancy Mayiam HEA 497-Professor Morales May 15,2015 How the Bad Air affects You Year Round Exposure could possibly cause serious threats, such as: early death (both short-term and long-term exposure) cardiovascular harm (e.g. heart attacks, strokes, heart disease, congestive heart failure) Likely to cause respiratory harm (e.g. worsened asthma, worsened COPD, inflammation) May cause cancer May cause reproductive and developmental harm Presentation Description Top 10 Most Ozone-Polluted Cities Los Angeles-Long Beach-Riverside, Calif. Visalia-Porterville, Calif. Bakersfield-Delano, Calif. Fresno-Madera, Calif. Hanford-Corcoran, Calif. Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Yuba City, Calif.-Nev. Houston-Baytown-Huntsville, Texas Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Washington-Baltimore-Northern Virginia, District of Columbia-Md.-Va.-W.Va. El Centro, Calif. 3 million people die each year of air pollution effects, 700 thousand are within the U.S, and 5,OOO Southern Californians die prematurely Death ratios between air pollution and breast/prostate cancer are equal. Approximately 4 trillion tons of carbon is accumulated in the air each year. 46% percent of Americans reside in counties with unhealthy air of either ozone or particle pollution. Even though the Air Pollution epidemic is a huge task to take on and a difficult problem to fix. We can still do our part to not further contribute to the issue. These are some suggestions: Drive less- Combine trips, walk, bike, carpool or vanpool, and use buses, subways or other alternatives to driving. Use less electricity- Turn out the lights and use energy efficient appliances. Don’t burn wood or trash- Burning firewood and trash are among the largest sources of particles in many parts of the country. Send a message to Congress- Urge them to support cleaner, healthier air and oppose measures to block or delay the cleanup of air pollution. Ask the EPA to set tighter standards- for such issues as gasoline and tailpipe pollution standards for cars, trucks and SUVs Get involved- Participate in your community’s review of its air pollution plans and support state and local efforts to clean up air pollution According to the World Health Organization (WHO) Air pollution is contamination of the indoor or outdoor environment by any chemical, physical or biological agent that modifies the natural characteristics of the atmosphere. Hypothesized Spatial Relationship Asthma More Asthma Info We will be covering the issue of air pollution in the Southern California area. We will discuss the health complications it causes among the younger population, such as asthma. We will depicted these issues through maps using data gathered: Graduated Color Maps Model Builder Buffer Spatial stats ArcGIS story map Important Facts to Consider about Air Pollution Ozone Pollution Chronic Diseases that affect CA Children Children face special risks from air pollution because their lungs are growing and they are very active. 80% of their tiny air sacs, called alveoli, develop after birth. This is where the life-sustaining transfer of oxygen to the blood takes place. Their body’s defenses that helps fight off infections are still developing in their young bodies, this is why children have more respiratory infections than adults. Population Pollutants of major public health concern include particulate matter, carbon monoxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide. Outdoor and indoor air pollution cause respiratory and other diseases, which can be fatal. There are two types of air pollution

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Transcript: Northampton The Study & Focus Use GIS to create maps displaying information of geodemograpic importance Focusing On: Physical Environment Housing Provision Population Growth Migration East Midlands Northamtonshire Market Town 27th Largest Settlement in the UK (Office of National Statistics, 2001) Once a famous for its shoe industry Large shoe industry Suffered from the lack of Primary and Secondary Industry jobs Tertiarisation Challenges Millenium City Scheme Northampton unsuccessfully petitioned for City status. (BBC News, 2000. De-industrialisation In 2006 Northampton was located as a government expansion zone developed by West Northamptonshire Development Corporation. (WNDC, 2011) The Corportaion identified that 18% of Northampton resided in the top 20% of the most deprived wards in England Responsible for doubling populations to 230,000 by 1981. Graphical Interpretations A range of Cloropleth maps. Allow the digital interpretation of various challenges faced by Northampton Use of ArcMap GIS Software Maps Area Of the Study A Geodemographic Investigation Our objectives are to Non Migrant Population Comparison Northampton A comparison of population density between 1971-1981-2001 Industry Most elements of Northamptonshire footwear industry were in place by 1900 Final two decades were ones of dramatic decline History Identify Future Demographic Trends Our Objectives are to County & District Employment Patterns + WNDC GIS Assessment 2 Outline GIS Techniques used, Explain and Justify Difference in Employment Sectors

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Transcript: Culinary Arts Sierra Sult Mentor: Chef Eli Location: Picadilly Public House History of Picadilly Public House Built in 1900 as a grocery warehouse, 125 E. Piccadilly Street in Winchester, Virginia has been restored to its roots in feeding the public. Menus Caesar SaladFresh Romaine Lettuce tossed in Creamy Caesar Dressing, with Herbed Croutons and Shredded Parmesan Cheese in a Crispy Parmesan Bowl. $6 The George Washington Crispy Mix of Spring Greens tossed in Balsamic Vinaigrette with Spiced Pecans, Dried Cranberries, Red Onion, Gorgonzola Cheese, and Granny Smith Apple $8 Garden Salad Mixed greens with cucumber, tomato, carrots, onion and herb croutons $6 Chef Salad Iceberg lettuce wedge topped with tomato, red onion, hard-boiled egg, swiss and cheddar cheeses, ham, turkey and bacon $8 Tuna Salad Plate Albacore white tuna sald on mixed greens with tomato wedges, red onions and cucumbers, served with a grilled baguette $7 Top off your Salad with one of our Salad Toppers Chicken (grilled or blackened) $4 Shrimp $5 Grilled Salmon $8 Blackened Beef $5 Crab Cake $8 *We also offer a Garden or Caesar Side Salad* Soups Home-style Chili A House Specialty! Chunks of fresh beef and beans married together for a taste like no other! $5 Piccadilly's French Onion The Chef's Special Recipe with a jumbo crouton and melted Provolone cheese. $5 Soup Du Jour Ask a Server for Today's Selection. Market Price All Sandwiches are served with your choice of French Fries, Spicy Onion Scoops, Macaroni Salad, Route 11 Chips, or Cole Slaw) Philly Steak & Cheese- Thinly sliced Rib Eye steak with sauteed onions and peppers, topped with provolone cheese, served on an Italian sub roll. $9 *Add Jalapeno peppers for 50 cents Crab Cake Sandwich-Jumbo Lump Crab, our house recipe, on a Kaiser Roll. Served with lettuce, tomato, onion, and Roasted Red Pepper Tartar Sauce. $12 Turkey Rueben-A twist on the classic, smoked turkey in place of corned beef with sauerkraut and Special Sauce served on Rye bread. $9 Brew Pub Club-Ham,Turkey, & Bacon all stacked up with lettuce, tomato, mayo and your choice of cheese and bread. $8 Salmon BLT-Grilled Salmon Filet topped with bacon, lettuce, tomato,mayo and served on Ciabata Bread. $8 Tuna Salad Sandwich - Albacore tuna salad served with lettuce, tomato and onion on Ciabata Bread. $7 Italian Sausage Sub - Spicy hot Italian sausage stuffed in a sub roll, topped with sauteed onions, peppers, and marinara sauce. $7 Black Bean Burger - Veggie Delight topped with Salsa Fresca on a toasty Kaiser Roll with lettuce, tomato, onion, and a pickle. $7 Build Your Own Chicken Sandwich - Enjoy your grilled chicken breast with any of the toppings listed below for .50 cents each. All served on a Toasty Kaiser Roll with lettuce, tomato, onion, and a pickle. $7 Build Your Own Burger - Add your choice of toppings below for .50 cents each to this half pound of fresh ground beef! Served on a Toasty Kaiser Roll with lettuce, tomato, onion and a pickle. $7 Double Burger - add $3 Toppings Turkey, Ham, Sauteed Mushrooms, Sauteed Onions, Jalapenos, Bacon, Fried Egg, Marinara Sauce, BBQ Sauce, Cole Slaw, Sauerkraut, Gorgonzola Cheese, American Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Provolone Cheese, Pepper Jack Cheese, Salsa, Chili, or Basil Pesto Butcher Block *Italian Sausage Penne Pasta Spicy hot Italian Sausage sauteed with onions, red and green bell peppers and tossed with marinara sauce. Served with garlic bread. $15 *Half Plate $9 Piccadilly's Prime Rib Slow Roasted with Herbs & Spices, Truly a Mouth Watering Experience! Served with Sauteed Mixed Veggies & Garlic Whipped Potatoes. Queen (10 oz.) $ 18 King (16 0z.) $24 Available after 5 p.m. and in limited quantities *Classic Meatloaf Just Like Mom Makes, With a Twist! Served with Garlic Whipped Potatoes & Sauteed Green Beans Topped with a Tomato Balsamic Glaze. $13 *Half Plate $8 Drunken Ribeye Steak 14 oz. of certified premium ribeye steak marinated in our house brewed beer, grilled to perfection and topped with sauteed onions. $22 Char-Grilled Filet of Beef 9 oz. of choice tenderloin grilled to perfection, finished with a red wine demi-glace. $28 Steak Toppers Sauteed Mushrooms $1, Sauteed Onions $1, Sugarcane Skewered Shrimp $5, Crabcake $8 Garlic Herb Butter $1 *Grilled Marinated Pork Loin 8 oz. of pork loin marinated in our Citrus Soy Blend and grilled to perfection. $14 *Half Plate $9 From the Sea Atlantic Salmon Pan seared and topped with Dijon Orange Glaze, or try it Grilled or Blackened. $17 *Jumbo Lump Crab Cake Grilled and served with House Tartar Sauce. $24 *Half Plate $12 *Crab Stuffed Tilapia Baked tilapia stuffed with Crab Imperial. $16 *Half Plate $9 From the Wing *Grilled Chicken Dinner We start with two 5 oz. chicken breasts, and top them with your choice of: Coca Cola BBQ Sauce - with Applewood Smoked Bacon and cheddar Basil Pesto - with diced tomato and fresh mozzarella cheese Cordon Bleu - ham and swiss with Mustard Cream Sauce Full Plate $15 *Half Plate $9 *Curried Chicken

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Transcript: To 2050 GIS presentation GIS/None-GIS question 10 Student reports his individual contribution to the project report properly (research question(s), results, discussion and conclusion) From 2011 2020 Are there any questions? temperature (FAO 2014) the current production area Temperature most influencing factor Current production 1250 meters (CIAT 2011) Shift higher altitudes 1480-1500 meters Shift year 2022 - 11 years the first production areas become unsuitable in western Uganda. Table of contents 2050 Optimum growing conditions west Uganda Introduction research report Question 1 ToR Conclusion & Relevance Discussion Question 10 ToR Conclusion & Relevance In comparison to report of group 1 of 2013-2014, the research questions focus mainly on the characteristics of the current tea growing areas in terms of i.e. soil type and altitude Mean annual temperature between 21°C to 29° Mean annual precipitation between 1500 - 2500 mm Mean annual temperature - 18.5 degrees Celsius Mean annual precipitation - between the 2001 and 2500 mm Compared to none-GIS Thank you for your attention Conclusion & Relevance Conclusion & Relevance compared to the extremes When does the change start? How to anticipate in time Question 1. GIS Climate conditions Anticipation for producers Anticipation of Mpanga tea co-op To established better future approach planning for Farmer and Mpanga co-op Climate change Mpanga tea producing area 2011 Suitable tea production area (CIAT 2011) Current growing conditions

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