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Global Fisheries Conservation Stakeholder Interview
Sarah Glaser, College of William and Mary
Students will identify a person who has an economic, ecological, academic, educational, philosophical, or cultural interest in a local fishery (stakeholder). The student will prepare a set of interview questions, ...

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Writing annotations of five research articles throughout the semester
Scott Clark, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Pre-service elementary school teachers have a critical need to be aware of the importance of scientific literacy and the variety of Earth-science related alternative conceptions (AKA misconceptions) that their ...

Introduction to Hydrology Research Paper
James Ward, Angelo State University
Research paper with exact formatting designed to give student practice in literature review and scientific publication. This is for my Junior level Introduction to Hydrology course.

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