Microanalysis in Science and Engineering. Climate Analysis Using Planktonic Foraminifera. Earth Science or Biology. Contact Information. Jenene Kell and Jenny Norris k email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Warren County High School. Performance Indicators.
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Climate Analysis Using Planktonic Foraminifera.
Earth Science or Biology
Jenene Kell and Jenny Norris
Warren County High School
Predict how environmental changes will encourage or discourage the formation of a new species or extinction of an existing species, given a written scenario.
Construct and draw inferences from charts, tables, and graphs that summarize data from real-world situations.
Solve multi-step real-world problems involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents.
All group members used time well in lab and focused attention on the experiment.
All group members used time pretty well. Stayed focused on the experiment most of the time.
All group members did the lab but did not appear very interested. Focus was lost on several occasions.
Participation was minimal OR some students were hostile about participating.
All calculations are shown and the results are correct and labeled appropriately.
Some calculations are shown and the results are correct and labeled appropriately.
Some calculations are shown and the results labeled appropriately.
No calculations are shown OR results are inaccurate or mislabeled.
A clear, accurate graph is included and makes the experiment easier to understand. The graph is labeled neatly and accurately.
A clear graph is included and is labeled neatly and accurately.
A graph is included and is labeled.
Needed graph is missing OR is missing important labels.
Summary describes the skills learned, the information learned and some future applications to real life situations.
Summary describes the information learned and a possible application to a real life situation.
Summary describes the information learned.
No summary is written.
The electron microscope allows your sample to be magnified up to
at TTU in Cookeville, TN was used to capture many of the images you’ll see today. A unique property of this microscope is that it allows us to view samples at pressures up to 20 torr and in more natural environments.
1. Hyaline – exhibits a perforated test (shell).
2. Agglutinated – exhibits a test composed of small particles that have been “glued” on.
3. Porcellaneous – exhibits an imperforated, smooth test that resembles porcelain.
Age (years ago)
Right coiling Neogloboquadrina pachyderma
Left coiling Neogloboquadrina pachyderma
Total number Neogloboquadrina pachyderma
% Right coiling Neogloboquadrina pachyderma
% Left coiling Neogloboquadrina pachyderma
Table 1. Coiling Ratios Worksheet