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Oceanography Projects - Fall 2018 You will be required to research and present a topic using either PPT or Prezi of oceanographic concern to be chosen from a list of possible topics. You will be working in groups of two or singly. If there is a topic you are interested in researching that is not on the list, you may do so with the approval of the instructor. Please clear topic with me before you begin researching. Topics will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis . If there is a topic that you really wish to choose, make your choice known as early as possible. You must make a choice of topics and partner by September 11, 2018 . Oceanography projects are worth 100 points, equivalent to an exam. 1. An OUTLINE of your topic must be handed in and include a bibliography in APA format with a minimum of three sources (Not including your text or generic sites like Ask or Wikipedia). This may include periodicals, newspaper articles, and Internet web sources or even interviews of specialists . Your research should be nearly complete by this time.
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