Hello, this project is for my senior seminar. *The book chosen is “Saving a Million Species: Extinction Risk from Climate Change by Hannah Lee” I have attached a bibliography to base the project around and use as references besides the book. Congratulations! You have been asked to present at a conference called the College Symposium in a session on Current Science Knowledge in Support of Popular Science Writing. 🙂 Using PowerPoint, integrate what you have learned regarding the current state of knowledge in support or in contrast to the book you selected for review this session. Within the presentation be sure to provide some background on the book, the author, the time period in which it was written and/or published, and the influence the book has had on the field of environmental science. Your research and analysis should really shine through in this presentation, and you should be identifying the key themes in the book and specifically what current science says about them. Prepare this presentation for a professional scientific audience. Use appropriate vocabulary and concepts that demonstrate your mastery of key topics in the environmental sciences. Cite all sources correctly. If you make a slide presentation, include appropriate slide titles and offer visuals and support for the topic. You will be graded on the accuracy and quality of information, the integration of academic information, and the overall presentation and effective use of presentation tools. Goals of this project include encouraging development of research skills, familiarization with presentation design, and practice in communicating to a professional scientific audience.
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