I want a 4 pages Essay about the Moon and I want a separate Outline pages about the same topic.
So 2 files one with the Outline and the other for the Whole Essay
Class PROJECT Outline:
- Your name
- Title – Hypothesis
- Motivation (why is your hypothesis important. What is the global relevance. Why should people care about this ?)
- Describe your method (lyrics to a song, video, commercial, phone app design, letter to president, etc…) See the PDF description posted on Moodle last week.
- List names of any class collaborators working with you (working in groups or alone is fine. Do what you prefer!)
- Expected Results
- Expected Conclusions
- This should be about 1 page long. EACH PERSON must turn in a separate outline even if you are working in a group
YES WE ARE A GROUP OF 2
You can use web based references listed at the end of each chapter and books or journals from the library. References must include 2 books or articles. Use the reference style shown below (Note: Web URL’s are NOT ACCEPTABLE as a reference). Paper length must be 4 pages, double spaced with 12 point font. (smaller line spacing or longer length is acceptable). You may also do alternative project styles including lyrics to a song, a poem, a skit, or video production, but length requirements are the same (2 pages).
Use This Reference example: (References must be provided in THIS STYLE and INCLUDE the authors names, title of article, publisher, dates, page number, and year.) Note: Web URL’s are NOT ACCEPTABLE as a reference.
1. Weeraratne, D. S., D. W. Forsyth, and K. M. Fischer, Evidence for an upper mantle plume beneath the Tanzanian craton from Rayleigh wave tomography, J. Geophys. Res. 2427, doi:10.1029/2002JB002273, 2003.
2. Jenkinson, D.S., Adams, D.E., A. Wild, Model estimates of CO2 emissions from soil in response to global warming, Nature, 351, page 304-306, doi:10.1038/351304a0, 1991.
Suggested references from the library:
* All Geology books can be found on the 3rd floor: QE3.0 to QE862.0
* Hot new recent journals (last 6 months) are on the 4th floor (east wing).
Geotimes, www.geotimes.org, Library: QE1.G45
American Scientist, http://www.americanscientist.org/, Library: Q1.A549
Discover, www.discovermagazine.com, Library: Q1.D4
Issues in Science and Technology, www.issues.org, Library: Q1.I87
Science News, www.sciencenews.org, Library Q1.S76
Sky and Telescope, www.skytonight.com, Library QB1.S536
Los Angeles Times Newspaper, www.latimes.com, also in Library on 4th floor
Websites to try:
www.scec.org Southern California Earthquake Center http://www.pnsn.org/HELENS/welcome.html Mt St Helen’s http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/home.html Cascades Volcano Observatory http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/ Hawaii Volcano Observatory http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/ USGS Earthquake information center http://www.iris.edu/seismon/ Earthquakes headlines http://www.noaa.gov/ National Ocean and Atmospheric Admin (tsunamis, weather, oceans) http://www.nasa.gov/ NASA website