Lab5-Worksheet maddie hein.docx - Lab 5 \u2013 Activity 2 Worksheet \u2013 9 points BIO 155 section 006 Name Madison Hein Impacts of Ocean Warming and

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Lab 5 – Activity 2 Worksheet – 9 points BIO 155, section # Name: Madison Hein Impacts of Ocean Warming and Acidification on Coral Reefs A Literature search and Popular Science Writing Activity Classwork: instructions 1. Over the next hour or so you will research and make notes to answer questions 2, 3, 4, and 5 in this worksheet. You may answer questions 1 and 6 at home. 2. Use this worksheet to plan and organize your search, as well as to make notes and compile your research. There are boxes below to write down keywords, journal information, and research notes for each question. 3. You will use Web of Science to research the questions, remember to save relevant references to EndNote web during the search process. 4. Follow the search criteria/stipulations for each question. For instance, some answers need to be supported by articles from high-impact journals. The list of high impact journals is provided below. 5. Submit the completed worksheet to Canvas individually. Questions 2 through 5 are each worth 2.25 points [1.5 points for the answer/information, 0.5 for keywords, and 0.25 for including the reference(s)]. Worksheet total - 9 points. Homework: instructions 1. Use the same technique you used in class to find information to answer questions 1 and 6. Citing sources is optional for these questions, but is recommended. The sources need not be peer-reviewed journals, but they must be credible, example: textbooks, government websites. 2. Next, verify if your research notes you have complied for each question: (1) answers the question adequately, and (2) fits the journal criteria. If not, research further to supplement your work. Note that your work will be checked for plagiarism when you submit your full paper. Hence, please ensure that you have paraphrased all the information in your own words . Copy-pasting sentences from publication into your report is considered plagiarism, even if you cited the original author(s) and placed the sentences between quotes. 3. Find all the references you plan to cite in Web of Science so you can add them to your reference list in EndNote web. 4. Once you have compiled all of the responses into one worksheet, combine all the answers into paragraphs and integrate them to create a cogent paper. Include all in-text citations where necessary. 5. After finalizing all the references in EndNote web, export the reference list in Ecology journal format and place it at the end of your popular article. Be sure to make sure they match up with the in-text citations.
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Lab 5 – Activity 2 Worksheet – 9 points List of high-impact Journal Science Nature Trends in Ecology and Evolution Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) Proceedings of the Royal Society - Biological Sciences (Proc B.) Biology Letters Ecology Letters Why must we refer to papers from the prescribed high-impact journals? Why review papers?
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