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Global sea level has risen at least 400 feet in the past 18,000 years at an average rate of 26.7 inches per 100 years.From 15,000 to 6000 years ago, the average rate of sea level rise was about 39.4 inches per 100 years. Over the past 3000 years, the average rate of sea level rise has been less than one inch per 100 years. The rate of sea level rise from 1901 to 2000 was 7.8 inches/100 years. The current rate of sea level rise is 12.6 inches per 100 years.Because the rate of sea level rise is increasing, some scientists predict that sea level will rise by more than 30 inches between 2001 and 2100.

Question 1) Given the above description of sea level rise, articulate a creative, focused, and manageable statement that specifically addresses the problems and consequences of sea level rise to the citizens of the United States.

Read the two essays provided:

Question 2) Synthesize and summarize information from essay a, and essay b without bias.

Question 3) Critically evaluate essay a, and essay b. Are data supported with referenced research or with reputable researchers? What evidence is scientific and what evidence is non-scientific opinion. Provide examples.

Question 4) Is global warming, and specifically sea level rise, an important problem to address over the next 25 years or should we ignore it for now and address it in about 100 years or sometime later?Explain you reasoning and state a conclusion that is a logical extrapolation of your analysis. Be sure to reference any additional source of information.

Answer the questions and NO PLAGIARISM Global sea level has risen at least 400 feet in the past 18,000 years at an average rate of 26.7 inches per 100 years.From 15,000 to 6000 years ago, the average rate of sea level rise was about 39.4 inches per 100 years. Over the past 3000 years, the average rate of sea level rise has been less than one inch per 100 years. The rate of sea level rise from 1901 to 2000 was 7.8 inches/100 years. The current rate of sea level rise is 12.6 inches per 100 years.Because the rate of sea level rise is increasing, some scientists predict that sea level will rise by more than 30 inches between 2001 and 2100. Question 1) Given the above description of sea level rise, articulate a creative, focused, and manageable statement that specifically addresses the problems and consequences of sea level rise to the citizens of the United States. Read the two essays provided: Question 2) Synthesize and summarize information from essay a, and essay b without bias. Question 3) Critically evaluate essay a, and essay b. Are data supported with referenced research or with reputable researchers? What evidence is scientific and what evidence is non-scientific opinion. Provide examples. Question 4) Is global warming, and specifically sea level rise, an important problem to address over the next 25 years or should we ignore it for now and address it in about 100 years or sometime later?Explain you reasoning and state a conclusion that is a logical extrapolation of your analysis. Be sure to reference any additional source of information.