Project #33416 - Student EIS Major Assignment

The government has indicated that a formal EA is required for your 

project. Your next step is to…

Produce a concise (6-8 page) EIS summary:

( find a place in canada to make your project .. like mining,bridges,solar system any project) 

 

â—¦ Title Page (doesn’t count as a page!)

Title Page (name, ID, Title, Date)

 

â—¦ Project Overview

Overview (1 page)

â—¦ Short description of project

â—¦ Location: map of study area

â—¦ Project components, technologies, schedule

 

â—¦ Scope of project

Overview (1 page)

â—¦ Short description of project

â—¦ Location: map of study area

 

â—¦ Project components, technologies, schedule

â—¦ Summary of baseline environmental conditions

Summary of baseline environmental conditions (research) 

(1-2 pages)

Quantitative data

â—¦ Climate (prevailing winds? heavy rain?)

â—¦ Water bodies nearby

â—¦ Flora and Fauna, species at risk?

â—¦ soil, bedrock, surficial geology

You can find maps in the Map Library that can help answer 

 

some of these questions

â—¦ Expected impacts

Expected Impacts over project’s entire life (2 

pages) - as complete as possible

â—¦research similar projects

â—¦ Biophysical and human environment 

impacts

â—¦ what are the greatest impacts?

 

â—¦ duration, frequency and intensity

â—¦ Conclusion

Conclusion (1 page)

â—¦ Work still need, questions left unanswered

â—¦ Residual impacts? both the good and the bad.

 

â—¦ Should project be allowed to go forward? why?

 

Reference 

References (1/2 page)

â—¦ ok: government maps, previous EIS, pier-reviewed 

publications

â—¦ not ok: random websites, wikipedia

â—¦ always cite where you got your information, choose any 

 

citation style you want - just be consistent.

 

Format:

â—¦ 1” margins

â—¦ Times New Roman font, size 12

 

â—¦ 1.5 spacing

 

Marking ? 

Writing (grammar and spelling, clear and concise?) - 20%

Content (did you cover everything? Backed up claims with 

references?) - 50%

Map (legible, proper map elements? Shows nearby 

residences and communities?) - 10%

Conclusion (did you make a sound argument?) - 10%

Bibliography (consistent style, properly constructed?) -10%

 

Writing Style Guidelines

This is a scientific report

â—¦ Third person view (except for conclusion)

â—¦ Formal language

â—¦ Properly sourced information

 

â—¦ No direct quotes, only paraphrasing

Subject Science
Due By (Pacific Time) 06/23/2014 12:00 am
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