The secondary salinization and aquatic macroinvertebrate richness in the wheatbelt of Western Australia

The scientific report is a complete overview of the data analysis that you undertook. It should be no more than 1500 words (excluding references, graphs, tables, etc) and cover:

Reference List (in Vancouver style)
Where it is appropriate, work from Part A may be reused in this assignment, however you should incorporate the feedback you received. The results section should present appropriate figures (Excel graphs, tables, etc)

I will attach to you the marked report PART A with the tutor\’s commend. Please follow the tutor\’s commend on the report PART A and just improve the vocabularies of report PART A.

Both Part A and Part B must be using the same references. So please go through the reference list and have a read of the journals. The tutor\’s Data analysis commends are crucial, so please do follow the instructions of the tutor.

Here are a summary of checklist of the report:

Your methods:
Outline how the experiment was carried out in full sentence format (NOT a numbered list of instructions).
It includes the experimental design, equipment, how the data was collected and the types of controls.
It discusses why this method was appropriate for the study (you can cite a paper that has used this method),
It is short, concise and written in the past tense.
Most importantly it is written in the context of your hypothesis

Your results:
Outline what question is being tested in each of the experiments.
Appropriately described (NOT discussed) calling attention to the important data that you will discuss in your discussion and use to support your conclusions.
Your figure/table has a self-explanatory title that is located below (not within) your figure and above your table.
Graphs include informative axes labels (with units).
There is NO raw data and the data has been presented only once (do not present the same data in a table and a graph).
You have only included data that relates to your hypothesis.

Your discussion:
Begins restating the purpose of the study and the main results.
Methodically explains each of your results.
Explains why you got those results using literature to support your claims.
Explains the significance of your research.
Discusses limitations and suggests ways to improve the experiment (methods).
Suggests future directions.

Your conclusion:
Is a short concise summary of the main findings.
Contains NO new information.

Your referencing/reference list:
You have used Vancouver style to reference your report and you have checked the Murdoch library site for the correct format.
You have cited references appropriately throughout your report.
Your reference list includes ONLY sources that you have cited (this is not a bibliography).
You have used 4 8 (ideally 6) references.