Discussion GoalLearn about historical eruptions and the devastation they caused, and then give some thought to possible mitigation techniques. PromptChose a historically significant volcanic eruption and describe it. Your textbook includes some events of note, but there have been many more throughout the course of history. What happened before during and after the eruption? Was the eruption a surprise? Why or why not? What was the VEI? How did the geologic setting affect the VEI? What type of volcano was responsible? (Don’t forget these parts – I need to see you tie things back into tectonic concepts). What causes the most damage or deaths (lahars, ash, landslides, pyroclastic flows) during and after the eruption? Why? What was the eruption history of that area? What would you have done as a policy maker to save lives and or property before the eruption? NOTE: I’m looking for something that’s actually feasible here! Your suggestion here actually needs to make sense and be something that could be implemented. If you use any outside sources – which I encourage – please make sure to cite your sources so we all know where the information is from! How to SubmitHave your initial response to the prompt composed and submitted by Thursday at 11:59 pm PST. Make sure you have submitted your submission to the similarity checker first, or you will not receive credit. In your response posts, please look for similarities and differences between the eruption you chose, and the others picked by your peers. Do you agree with their analysis? Why/why not? For example, would you have done the same thing as their hypothetical policy maker? Due Sunday at 11:59 pm PST. Make Once you post your replies, you will not be able to edit them. If you would like to add or change something, just reply to your post. Placeholder posts are not allowed. GradingThe discussion will be graded according to the attached rubric. To view the rubric, click the Options icon (3 vertical dots) in the upper-right corner of the discussion. Detailed feedback will be provided in Assignment Comments. This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeInitial post 5 ptsNo Description Completely answers prompt and backs up with sound scientific reasoning. 4 ptsPost mostly complete; one small part may be missing/incorrect. Post mostly complete; one small part may be missing/incorrect. 2.5 ptsNo Description Missing important content pieces. 0 ptsNo Marks No post, or late post 5 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeResponse posts 5 ptsNo Description Correctly analyzes scientific arguments and contributes new content to discussion. 4 ptsResponse is mostly correct/complete, with minor omissions or errors. 2.5 ptsNo Description Only one (relevant) post; post(s) may be missing important scientific content. 0 ptsNo Marks No posts, posts not relevant. 5 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCollege level writing 3 ptsNo Description Posts are written at a college level, including spell checking, grammar, proof reading, and citations (when appropriate). 1.5 ptsNo Description Posts are not written at a college level, but some effort is apparent in terms of spell checking, grammar, proof reading, and citations (when appropriate). 0 ptsNo Marks Posts are not written at a college level.
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