In task 5-2, you will submit a final paper rough draft in Word format, 3 to 5 pages in length (not including the list of seven to eight resources/references). The rough draft should assess ways a chosen country (or region) has impacted or modified the physical and/or cultural environment to its benefit or detriment. Describe additional aspects of the chosen country’s (or region’s) geography and conflict, evaluating how you feel personally about the issues involved and analyzing the location’s advantages and disadvantages in relation to its conflict. Define solutions or different directions that can be taken to resolve the conflict. Include at least seven to eight appropriate, scholarly resources/references. Be sure to draft or include descriptive maps and graphics appropriately referenced.
In task 7-2, you will submit a research paper on a geographic conflict in Word format,7 to 10 pages in length. The paper is to identify a geographical issue or conflict; summarize any country (or region) in the world; and must appraise both the selected country’s (or region’s) physical geography and human geography. In the paper, describe the impact of resource scarcity, issues with boundary delineation, separatism and sovereignty issues, poverty, migration, legacies of colonialism and imperialism, global climate change and its impact, and any geospatial conflict that has been previously approved by the course instructor. Conclude by drawing from all previous course overviews, resources, and tasks to define solutions or different directions that can be taken by the chosen country or region to resolve the conflict(s) at hand. This research paper should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the main elements of the final product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course