Observation Report Here’s lookin at you kid! (from a famous movie) The purpose of the observation was to provide you with an in-depth look at a specific, defined, environment. You can report on the data you collected in various ways. You may wish to focus your report on how your plot environment reacted to nature (any flooding or wind damage, did a squirrel bury a nut in the plot, did a spider build a web – what did it catch?) human intervention (people tracking through the plot, litter, etc) You may wish to focus on overall changes to the environment (did more grass grow, less/more water, leaves collect, etc.) You may wish to report on biological diversity evolution (if any could take place in such a short time) ecology You may wish to report on the health of the environment (similar to the SRN) expectations and reality of what took place over the course of your observations what action should take place to continue the health of the plot, to bring it back to a more “natural” environment, to let it go as a litter-infested part of campus… You may wish to explain any processes that took place that created a change in the environment or its inhabitants. What were the phenomena observed? Your report must include at least one sketch from your observations. Please include the sketch at the back of your report as part of an appendix or attachment. Also, you must indicate at least 3 observations you made (you may even cite yourself) along with the observations from group members.