The Conservation of Humpback Whales In The Antarctic and How Climate Change Has Impacted Migratory Patterns, Breeding, & Their Survival As a Species

The Conservation of Humpback Whales In The Antarctic and How Climate Change Has Impacted Migratory Patterns, Breeding, & Their Survival As a Species

STEP One: ​Preliminary literature cited. Submit a correctly formatted list of at least 10peer-reviewed journal articles on your topic using the assignment link in the Week 3module. Additional non-peer reviewed sources are okay, but you must have a minimum of 10 peer-reviewed journal articles. Pay close attention to the formatting guidelines described in Citing Scientific Literature, as your references should follow this format.You can submit this with your outline (see step 2).

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STEP Two: ​Outline​. ​Submit an outline of your research review using the assignment link in the Week 4 module. The most efficient way to create this is to use the structure of the paper/presentation

1.Introduction

2.Methods

3.Results and Discussion

4.Conclusions

5.Literature Cited

For each one of these sections add A, B, C, etc. specific to what you want to discuss.So, your introduction might look something like

1.Introduction

1.Background on mineral resources in Antarctica

2.Differing perspectives on mineral resource exploration

3.Thesis sentence/objective/what you will be doing

 

You can be more specific within each one of these (e.g. 1,2,3). This is also a good place to think about which citations you will be using. I often will create an outline and add in the reference names (e.g. Morin et al 2011) so I know I found something useful in that article (hopefully I highlighted it!) and I want to add it in that section. You can also use this section to talk about which figures you will use where. For the presentation, think about how this outline will transfer to slides. The more time and effort you put into your outline the more feedback I can give you and the more prepared you will be to write your paper/presents

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