Int1 Guidelines

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A. Create a multimedia presentation (e.g. PowerPoint, Keynote) (suggested length of 6–8 slides) that introduces and describes your chosen ecosystem, analyzes the impact of human activity on the ecosystem, and provides guidelines to help preserve your chosen ecosystem. Do the following in your presentation:
1. Describe the specific ecosystem that you have selected by doing the following:
a. Identify the specific geographic location of the ecosystem.

Note: You can use maps, written description of location, and latitude/longitude to provide the location of the ecosystem.

b. Explain the major biotic and abiotic components of the ecosystem.
2. Discuss the impact that humans currently have on the specified ecosystem.
3. Predict the effect of future human impact on the specified ecosystem.
4. Provide guidelines regarding human activities that will aid in preserving the specified ecosystem.

B. If you choose to use outside sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format.

for Reference:
Map of Chernobyl retrived from http://www.greenfacts.org/en/chernobyl/figtableboxes/map-chernobyl.htm The novel emphasizes that the "dead zone" around Chernobyl is actually rich in plant- and wildlife (which have tolerance levels for radiation different than humans).
In this area, wild animals such as wolves have not only flourished in the absence of human activity, but have no fear of the humans they do encounter.

http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/fact-sheets/chernobyl-bg.html

Flora and fauna
There has been an ongoing scientific debate about the extent to which flora and fauna of the zone were affected by the radioactive contamination that followed the accident. Cases of mutant deformity in animals of the zone include partial albinism and other external malformations in swallows[2][3][4] and insect mutations.[5] A study of…...

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