Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
Describe the topic you selected. Why is it significant or interesting to you? Why is it significant or interesting in the general field of biology? Support your
response with real-world examples.
A. Where: Describe the primary locational sources, including the ecosystem(s) and biome(s), where this topic emerges in the environment. In other
words, where does your topic occur? Which ecosystem(s) and biome(s) are affected?
B. How: Analyze the process(es) by which this topic is generated or emerges within an ecosystem. In other words, how does your topic occur?
C. Who: Describe the species, including their classification, that benefit as a result of this topic. Within the human species, are there any individuals
or industries that benefit at a personal or corporate level because of the topic? In other words, who experiences positive side effects because of
III. Biological Concepts
A. Level of Organization: At what level of organization does your topic impact living things? Within that scope of life, illustrate how the species and
resources are affected.
B. Analysis: Analyze three biological concepts or processes that are essential to life and that pertain to your topic. For example, if your topic is
eutrophication, you might select photosynthesis as one of your biological concepts or processes to analyze.
C. Relationship to Topic: Explain how the three concepts or processes relate to your topic. For example, how are eutrophication and
D. Characteristics of Life: Select one biological concept or process that you analyzed and illustrate how characteristics of life are affected by the
concept or process. In other words, how is this concept or process essential to the life of the species within the ecosystem(s) you identified?
E. Impact on Health: Select one biological concept or process that you analyzed and describe its impact (both positive and negative) on human or
environmental health. Support your response with specific, real-world examples.
IV. Future Directions
A. Methods: List ways that society can promote methods of conservation or preservation pertaining to the ecosystem(s) and resources associated
with your topic.
B. Education: How can education improve awareness and attention to your topic and associated ecosystem(s) and resources? Why is it important
to educate the public regarding conservation and preservation?
C. Solutions: Identify potential solutions for your topic. In other words, how can your topic be remediated or mitigated? What principles of
conservation and preservation can be applied to your topic?
A. Ethical Perspectives: Based on your research and the connections you made between your topic and biological concepts and processes, provide
an overview of the current ethical perspectives, viewpoints, and legislative actions related to your topic. For example, are there methods in
place for regulating or testing your topic? How does the general population or the media view this topic? Are there multiple sides of a debate
that have formed around this topic?
B. Positive-Negative Balance: Based on your research and the connections you made between your topic and biological concepts and processes,
are the negative aspects of your topic balanced by positive outcomes? Why or why not? Support your response with real-world examples.
C. Personal Impact: Based on your research and the connections you made between your topic and biological concepts and processes, how can
individuals make changes in their own lives to lessen the negative impacts or promote the application of the positive outcomes of this topic?
Support your response with real-world examples.
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