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Presentations GLY 3074- Oceans and Global Climate Change What is expected? The goal is for you to put together a 10 minute PowerPoint presentation to share the information you learned with the class (I’ll have a timer!). Somewhere around 12 slides seems to be a good number, but it depends a lot on how much information is on each slide and how much time you spend on it. You will need to hand in : a copy of the Powerpoint presentation - please print it out as a handout with 6 slides per page- it doesn’t need to be in color a 1 page abstract (1.5 spaced). This is a concise summary of your findings plus a list of references (can be on a separate page). There is more information about the abstract and reference citations below. The Powerpoint slides, abstract and references are due the day of your presentation. Some of the presentation topics include information we discussed in class. Remember, I expect you to present more detail and new information, rather than simply repeating what was already covered.
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