Your essay should have good introduction, main part, and conclusion, and should be written in a clear, concise style and should be free of spelling and grammatical mistakes before handing it in. Ensure all group members proofread your essay for linguistic errors. Essay should not be more than 1500 words. If you are including tables or graphs in your essay, which is often appropriate and useful for summarizing data, make sure they are clearly labelled with a number and title, so that they can be understood without reading the text in which they are embedded.
Always quote the source of the data (or the table / figure if you are reproducing an existing table or figure) below the table or graph. When typing your essays please use 1.5 line-spacing and allow a larger margin on the right. (For example, 1.5 cm left margin and 2.5 cm right margin.) Make use of section headings to organise your essay as appropriate, but avoid having too many short paragraphs and sections.
It should be in your own words. Copying directly from somewhere will result zero. It should not be Plagiarised. Use references from where did you get the following content.
Topic – Geophysical feedbacks on Earth systems and the associated anthropogenic influence Grading criteria