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103 Science - 1 2 3 FORM HYPOTHESIS = 4 5 6 EXAMPLE FLORIDA...

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Outline: Science & the Environment 1. ANSWERS TO SURVEY. 2. SCIENTIFIC METHOD, HYPOTHESIS. 3. EXAMPLE: FLORIDA CORAL REEFS. 4. “PROOF” IN SCIENCE. SUGGESTED READINGS: Baker, B. 1999. First aid for an ailing reef. BioScience 49:173-178. Dunning, J. 1997. The missing awareness, part II… Conservation Biology 11:6-10.
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ANSWERS TO SURVEY WORLD POPULATION SIZE: ________________________________ ANNUAL INCREASE IN WORLD POP: ________________________________ USA POPULATION SIZE: ________________________________
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ANSWERS TO SURVEY NUMBER OF SPECIES ON EARTH: ________________________________ NUMBER OF EXTINCTIONS ANNUALLY: ________________________________
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MAIN THEME OF COURSE TO BE EFFECTIVE, CONSERVATION PLANS MUST BE: 1. SCIENTIFICALLY VALID, 2. POLITICALLY FEASIBLE, 3. ECONOMICALLY AFFORDABLE.
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SCIENTIFIC METHOD
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Unformatted text preview: 1. ___________________________. 2. ___________________________. 3. FORM HYPOTHESIS = _____________________________. 4. _______________________________. 5. _______________________________. 6. ______________________________ ______________________________. EXAMPLE: FLORIDA CORAL REEFS • _________________ _________________ ________________. • ________________ • ________________ HYPOTHESES • A) _______________________________ __________________________________ • B) _______________________________ ____________________________. SCI. METHOD & “PROOF” NO HYPOTHESIS IS EVER “PROVED”. HYPOTHESES ARE ONLY DISPROVED. WHY? 1. _____________________________ _________________________________. 2. ___________________________ ________________________________....
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