Both the reasons for and against your choice need to focus solely on geographica


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Both
the reasons for and against your choice need to focus solely on geographical reasons, including (in no particular
order of importance:)
· weather/climate
(including how those might be related to health concerns),
· relative
location (how close/far away from other places important to you,
transportation, population centers, etc,)
· topography
(scenery like mountains, lakes, forests, coastlines and beaches, etc,)
· availability
of natural resources (water,)
· flora/fauna
(plants/animals,)
· recreational
activities (hiking, swimming, being at the beach, fishing, skiing, boating,
etc,)
· natural
disasters (wildfires, floods/droughts, earthquakes, land/mudslides, tornadoes,
hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, or lack thereof,)
· pollution
levels,
· susceptibility/vulnerability
to climate change.
While
there are many other valid reasons for wanting to live in a particular place,
such as work opportunities, family, or social/political views, these are not
relevant for this assignment. Please limit your reasons to the geographical
ones listed. · Your
essay must be at least 2-3 pages (no less) of full written text, with standard
12-point font and standard margins and double-spacing. It should be free of
misspellings and grammatical and punctuation errors. It will be graded primarily
on content, but timely and complete submission, and adherence to proper English
writing standards also matter. · In
addition to the 2-3 pages of text, include a map and a photo/picture of
your choice. The scale of the map is up to you. The photo should show an image
that best represents your choice. You may use one you took/created yourself or
do internet research to download a suitable map and/or photograph.
Like
all essays, yours needs to begin with an introductory paragraph, in which you introduce
the topic and list (but do not explain) your reasons (both pros and cons.)
After the introduction, the bulk of the essay should discuss your reasons, each
in a separate paragraph, including the drawbacks of your choice. Your closing
paragraph is a brief restatement of your arguments.

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