GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE BOOK PROJECT INSTRUCTIONSTask Create

GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE BOOK PROJECT INSTRUCTIONSTask: Create a 24-page book that teaches about the topic of global climate change. You must strictly follow the format guidelines listed below! This project must be easy-to-read, creative, neat, and should display the time, effort, and accuracy put forth by the student.  Grading: 435-point grading scale Due Date: June 28, 2016 by 11:55 PM. Must be uploaded to Turnitin.com and have < 30% Similarity Index! Turnitin.com Class ID: 12534265Turnitin.com Class enrollment password: spring2016 Software of Choice: Microsoft Word → Search for “Student Report” or use the template provided by your instructor Format Guidelines: The following content must be included:Cover Page: Book Title (Global Climate Change), (A Book Project by Student Name), Course Name, Date,                         New Background Image (+15 pts) Page 1: Table of Contents (Must include Chapter Numbers, Section Titles, Headings, Pages) (+15 pts) Page 2: Chapter 1 (Include a brief summary of the contents of this chapter. Minimum of 5 sentences!) (+3 pts) Pages 3-5: Section 1. Ozone Depletion (+3 pts)Heading 1|Layers of the Atmosphere (Include a diagram with labels) (+15 pts)Heading 2|Montreal Protocol (What is it? How does it work?) (+15 pts)Heading 3|Ground-level Ozone vs. Stratospheric Ozone (Compare, Explain environmental & health effects of the different types of ozone) (+15 pts)Heading 4|Solutions to Ground-Level Ozone (+15 pts)Heading 5|Solutions to the Hole in the Ozone (Where is it located? Why does it exist?) (+15 pts)   Page 6: Chapter 2 (Include a brief summary of the contents of this chapter. Minimum of 5 sentences!) (+3 pts) Pages 7-9: Section 2. Causes of Global Climate Change (+3 pts)Heading 1| Greenhouse Gasses (What are they? Where do they come from? What percentage?) (+15 pts) Heading 2| Greenhouse Effect (+15 pts)Heading 3| EPA’s Regulated Air Pollutants (+15 pts)Heading 4| El Nino & La Nina (Compare and explain how each effects the environment) (+15 pts)Heading 5| Major Types of Fossil Fuels (Pros and cons of each; include: oil, natural gas, & coal) (+15 pts) Page 10: Chapter 3 (Include a brief summary of the contents of this chapter. Minimum of 5 sentences!) (+3 pts) Pages 11-14: Section 3. Effects of Global Climate Change (+3 pts)Heading 1| Climate Change as an Example of Positive Feedback Loops (explain) (+15 pts)Heading 2| Industrial vs. Photochemical Smog (List specific examples of each) (+15 pts)Heading 3| Temperature Changes (List specific examples) (+15 pts)Heading 4| Changes in Precipitation (List specific examples) (+15 pts)Heading 5| Sea Level Changes (List specific examples) (+15 pts)Heading 6| Changes in Global Ice (List specific examples) (+15 pts)Heading 7| Changes in Biota (List specific examples) (+15 pts)Heading 8| Proxy Indicators (Explain how each of the following helps us understand climate: ice cores, tree cores, ocean sediment, coral, pollen) (+15 pts) Page 15: Chapter 4 (Include a brief summary of the contents of this chapter. Minimum of 5 sentences!) (+3 pts) Pages 16-17: Section 4. Solutions to Climate Change (+3 pts)Heading 1| Kyoto Protocol (What is it? Explain the debate over this law) (+15 pts)Heading 2| Carbon Offsets (What is it? How do they work? What programs exist?) (+15 pts)Heading 3| Major Types of Renewable Fuels (Pros and cons of each; include: tidal & wave energy, geothermal, wind, solar, hydropower, algae/biofuel) (+15 pts) Page 18: Chapter 5 (Include a brief summary of the contents of this chapter. Minimum of 3 sentences!) (+3 pts) Pages 19-20: Section 5. Additional Images, Figures, and Tables (+23 pts) Pages 21-23: References (Must include a minimum of 20 sources) (+40 pts)