|1. Your name. (Partnersí
names, if applicable.)
2. Site name and location (directions).
3. Date and time of field work.
4. Tides (if applicable).
5. Temperature: air, wet sand or sediment, and water.
6. Weather (what was it like-cloudy? sunny? progressively warmer/colder?)
8. Field Equipment list
9. Data from all research projects-whether or not your group
collected that data.
10. Describe, with regard for steps and details, your procedure for the data you collected.
11. OBSERVATIONS: This is the toughest part to nail down. Keep your
12. INTERPRETATION: Hope you recorded observations. Use your
observations and what
relationships between/among organisms and their environment? What trend for the sustainability
or lack thereof, could be determined?
13. Assessment: What could have been improved; what needs to be
accomplished next time.
14. Now this is the wicked part. If you worked on more than one site,
as in overnight trips, or
No need to be redundant. These are technical reports-no points are
awarded for length, only
15. For your writing pleasure: the above are critical elements; they
must be included. The good
16. To increase my pleasure (and it is fun to read these), submit your typed report via email.
|You should print a hard copy for your field notebook. You will be referring to these numbers throughout the year.|