What two locations are in close proximity in terms

 
 
What two locations are in close proximity in terms

What two locations are in close proximity in terms of their latitudes?

A.
Chico and Indianapolis

B.
San Francisco and Indianapolis

C.
Chico and San Francisco

Question 2
Among the locations, what city is located farthest south?

A.
San Francisco, CA

B.
Chico, CA

C.
Indianapolis, IN

Question 3
What two locations are receiving almost the same amount of insolation if we disregard cloud-cover/fog/pollution conditions?

A.
San Francisco and Indianapolis

B.
Chico and Indianapolis

C.
Chico and San Francisco

Question 4
Based on latitude information only, which city would receive more insolation (if we disregard cloud-cover/fog/pollution conditions) on the December solstice?

A.
San Francisco, CA

B.
Indianapolis, IN

C.
Chico, CA

Question 5
What is the annual average temperature value for location 3?

Question 6
What is the total precipitation amount for location 1? (Enter a value with one decimal place.)

Question 7
What is the range of temperature values for location 3? (Enter a value with one decimal place.)

Question 8
What is the range of precipitation amounts for location 1? (Enter a value with one decimal place.)

Question 9
Which location has the warmest summer (average of June-July-August temperature values)?

A.
Location 3

B.
Location 2

C.
Location 1

Question 10
Based on the distribution of the annual temperature and precipitation values, Location 1 is _____.

A.
Indianapolis, IN

B.
Chico, CA

C.
San Francisco, CA

Question 11
Based on the distribution of the annual temperature and precipitation values, Location 2 is _____.

A.
Indianapolis, IN

B.
Chico, CA

C.
San Francisco, CA

Question 12
Out of the 12 locations listed in the table in Section 4 of the lab document, which two locations are nearest to each other in terms of latitude?

A.
Bakersfield and Needles

B.
None of the above

C.
Stockton and Bishop

D.
San Francisco and Yosemite National Park

E.
Eureka and Redding

Question 13
Compare the mean winter temperatures (January) for the two locations you just identified in the previous question. What factor contributes most to the differences in January temperature values between these two locations?

A.
Latitude

B.
Land-water relationships

C.
Solar constant

D.
Elevation

Question 14
Out of the 12 locations listed in the table in Section 4 of the lab document, which two coastal locations have the lowest and highest (respectively) mean winter temperature values?

A.
Eureka and Los Angeles

B.
San Francisco and San Diego

C.
San Diego and Los Angeles

D.
None of the above

E.
Eureka and San Franscisco

Question 15
Compare the mean winter temperatures (January) for the two locations you identified in the previous question. What factor contributes most to the differences in January temperature values between these two locations?

A.
Elevation

B.
Latitude

C.
Solar constant

D.
Land-water relationships

Question 16
Out of the location pairs listed below, which two locations have the largest difference in mean temperature values in summer (July)?

A.
San Diego and San Francisco

B.
Bakersfield and Needles

C.
Eureka and Redding

D.
Los Angeles and Redding

Question 17
What factor contributes most to the differences in Julytemperature values between the two locations you identified in the previous question?

A.
Latitude

B.
Elevation

C.
Land-water relationships

D.
Solar constant

97.
Project Risks, Lessons Learned, and the Closing Phase of the Project Life Cycle
Week 7:

Week Introduction:

Project Risks, Lessons Learned, and the Closing Phase of the Project Life Cycle

The Closing phase of the project life cycle presents project teams with the opportunity to document lessons learned from the project relative to risk management for future project teams. Doing this effectively can reduce costs and enhance the competitive success and an organization’s long-term viability. This week, read several cases related to how various organizations have managed project risks for specific projects. Then, assess the health of project risk management processes in one of them and identify lessons that could have been and/or were captured by the project team during the Closing phase of the project life cycle.

Books & Resources:

Book

Project Management Institute. 2013 A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide)

Instruction:Read pages 100-105.

Kerzner, H. (2013). Project Management: Case Studies (4th ed.) John Wiley and Sons. http://site.ebrary.com.proxy1.ncu.edu/lib/ncent/reader.action?&

Instruction:Read Chapter 11.

Document/Other

Project Risk Management Signature Assignment Rubric

Attachment: PM6004-8_Week_7_Project_Risk_Management_Case_Study_Analysis_Paper_Rubric.pdf

Instruction:Review Rubric

Assignment: Analyze Project Risk Management Case Study (25 Points) Due: 06/19/2016

Instructions:

Read all of the case studies in Chapter 11 of Project Management: Case Studies (Kerzner, 2013). Select one of the cases. Then, prepare a detailed case study analysis paper that summarizes the case, summarizes how the organization went about managing project risks, discusses the degree to which the way the organization managed risks differs from the approaches conveyed in this course, and identifies and explains at least five lessons that could be or were learned by the organization about project risk management as a result of the events in the case.

Support your paper with a minimum of five (5) external resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included.

Length: 8-10 pages, not including your template spreadsheet, applicable diagrams, title and reference pages

Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards, where appropriate. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy.

Please review the Project Risk Management Signature Assignment Rubric located in the Week 7 Books and Resources area to see how you will be assessed on this assignment.

PMBOK ® Guide is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Alignment to Course Learning Outcomes:

1.0 Synthesize the phases of the project life cycle and the processes required to effectively manage project risks.

2.0 Evaluate what risks face a specific project and differentiate between those that present threats and those that present opportunities.

3.0 Explain specific risk analysis methods and categorize each as quantitative or qualitative.

6.0 Evaluate an organization’s approach to project risk management, with particular attention to how risks related to legal, ethical, social responsibility, and international dimensions of projects, and recommend improvements.

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