Page # ______ Brainstorming/Research Worksheet Design team name (Make up a name for your group!!!):_______________ Team member names:_________________________________________ Greeley Brook Study title:_____________________________________ I. Keyword Brainstorm Independent variable: Dependent variable: Think of some key words that might help your some to help you get started. Dissolved Oxygen Health of Tercia Brook Oxygen Macro-invertebrates Dissolved Oxygen Biotic Index Eutrophication Save Our Streams topic search. Here are Turbidity & Conductivity Turbidity Cloudiness Dissolved Solids Total dissolved solids Nitrates & Phosphates Fertilizer Eutrophication Fecal Coliform Bacteria Sewage Waste Indicator species Ammonia & Nitrates Nitrogen cycle Nitrosomonas bacteria Nitrobacter bacteria Eutrophication II. a. Introduction (Water quality index is explained clearly. Major issues are identified correctly. Significance to people and environment is established )Why are your variables ecologically important (ex. Important to stream quality)? Page # ______ Explain the relationship between your independent and dependent variable: How do people affect your independent and dependent variables. Be specific in your examples. Explain why your issue is so important to the people and local ecosystem in Chappaqua/Hudson Valley Page # ______ Conclusions/Discussion: What kind of correlation might you expect to see in your data? Positive? Negative? Why? Explain what people in Chappaqua or in general can do to lessen their impact on your particular aspect of study. Be specific!!! Brainstorm and list what some of the obstacles are in resolving these issues? III. Bibliography- (Credit for sources is correctly given and listed in the proper format) (See Ms. Scolaro’s works cited format)****This will be placed in your PowerPoint presentation and attached to your abstract! You must have a minimum of 4 sources: 2 print & 2 electronic. Of course you may use more! Please attach your completed citation forms. You may use EasyBib/NoodleBib to create your Works Cited document.