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Assessment of Module Goals
Unit 4: Analyze and Prescribe a Risk Assessment and Hazard Mitigation Plan and exam questions are the summative assessment for the module.
The summative assessment is designed to assess the overarching module goals.
Process, analyze, and interpret geodetic data to identify and classify mass wasting sites and connect their development to environmental factors.
Quantitatively model landslide susceptibility by evaluating the relationship between mass wasting event sites and local geospatial factors.
Synthesize susceptibility models with environmental, social, and political considerations to develop a comprehensive landslide risk assessment.
Module Assessment: Exam Questions
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- this document provides exam questions relevant to the entire module. Instructors may choose to select only those questions relevant to specific units, as the questions have been labeled with their related unit.