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The atmospheric blanket

Water vapor is produced primarily from evaporation from the oceans, surface soils, and subsurface aquifers and then spreads around the planet. It is the water vapor in the atmosphere that forms clouds and rain, thus creating rivers, lakes, glaciers, and ski slopes. Water vapor, carbon dioxide, and greenhouse gases warm our planet. Without these greenhouse gases, our planet would be about as cold as Mars and far too cold to support liquid water and life.


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The legal landscape

Even if a business is not officially international, it is essential to understand the world’s legal systems because consumers come from all over. Consumers, business partners, and competitors are products of their environments, including their societies and legal systems. Therefore, their expectations and how they interact are influenced directly by their legal systems of origin. The most successful businesses take this into account to avoid legal liability and enhance consumer satisfaction.


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Visualizing Information

The problem that information overload creates for decision-makers is allocating their attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources. Executives involved with projects are particularly vulnerable to this situation. Visualized information can assist with this challenge. Color and space are elements of visual language to communicate complex information and effectively compare different variables in a phenomenon.


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Oceanography - a vital discipline

An understanding of ocean processes is vital to oceanographers, marine biologists, or environmental scientists. Knowledge of oceanography is essential for resource extraction, such as commercial fishing or aquaculture, and clean energy resources such as wind, wave, or tidal energy. Even recreational users benefit from understanding the ocean, from winds and currents for the casual sailor, tides and habitat conditions for a fisherman, to wave patterns for surfers.


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What is music

Making music has been an activity of human beings for thousands of years. Written texts, pictorial representations, and folklore sources provide evidence that people from all over the globe and from the beginnings of recorded history have created and performed music for religious rituals, civil ceremonies, social functions, storytelling, and self-expression. From the perspective of a musician, anything capable of producing sound is a potential instrument for musical exploitation.


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