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  1. Resources: The San Francisco Estuary Project website and
    An Introduction to the San Francisco Estuary PDF
    Read An Introduction to the San Francisco Estuary.
    Review the
    San Francisco Estuary Project’s (SFEP) website.
    Option 1: Estuary Project Paper
    Write a 1,200- to 1,400-word paper on the restoration of the San Francisco Estuary. Include responses to the following:

    • Describe the San Francisco Estuary Project.
    • How has population growth in the San Francisco Bay Area affected the estuary?
    • How has the habitat fracture in the San Francisco Estuary been increased by human behavior?
    • How is the project focusing on maintaining the biodiversity of plants and animals in the San Francisco Estuary?
    • Assess the progress made in conserving the biodiversity of the San Francisco Estuary. How would you personally assess the progress? Is it working?

    Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
    Submit your assignment.
    Option 2: Estuary Project Podcast
    Imagine you are a college professor delivering a podcast lecture to students on the restoration of the San Francisco Estuary in terms of one of the aspects listed above.
    Record a 12- to 15-minute podcast in which you discuss the abiotic and biotic characteristics of the San Francisco Estuary. In your lecture, include responses to the following:

    • Describe the San Francisco Estuary Project.
    • How has population growth in the San Francisco Bay Area affected the estuary?
    • How has the habitat fracture in the San Francisco Estuary been increased by human behavior?
    • How is the project focusing on maintaining the biodiversity of plants and animals in the San Francisco Estuary?
    • Assess the progress made in conserving the biodiversity of the San Francisco Estuary. How would you personally assess the progress? Is it working?

    Submit your recording in which you orally cite your sources to your instructor.

    Submit your assignment.

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