Rejection of Continental Drift Theory

M6D1: Rejection of Continental Drift Theory

How did society view Alfred Wegener’s continental drift theory? Explain the differences between these points-of-view.

Your initial post should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate the assigned readings from the module with proper APA (Links to an external site.) style formatting// You may use additional sources and materials as long as they are relevant to the discussion and cited properly.

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M6D2: Internal vs. External Processes

Distinguish between internal and external processes that shape the Earth’s surface. For example, how are intrusive igneous rock formations different from extrusive ones and what role have those differences played in how the surface of the Earth developed and the civilization developed on top of that?

Your initial post should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate the assigned readings from the module with proper APA (Links to an external site.) style formatting// You may use additional sources and materials as long as they are relevant to the discussion and cited properly.

M6D3: Porosity vs. Permeability

Discuss the difference between porosity and permeability of earth materials and how they affect their development and use of underground water supplies.

Your initial post should be at least 250 words and must substantively integrate the assigned readings from the module with proper APA (Links to an external site.) style formatting// You may use additional sources and materials as long as they are relevant to the discussion and cited properly.

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