||The completion of a research paper describing
your research and its results is your primary responsibility in the lab part of this course.
It is what your lab grade will be largely based on. You should give careful consideration
to the preparation of the paper, and make it as comprehensive and inclusive as possible. It
is more than the simple lab reports that you may have done in other science Core courses.
The paper should be based on your own personal observations, and the data you collected
during the course of the semester. It should, however, also make reference to the work of
others where appropriate, and otherwise give ample evidence of your familiarity with the
subject of dinosaur locomotion. Papers must be written in clear, concise English. Style
counts so make every effort to insure that you use proper English vocabulary and
Who Turns in a Research Paper: Everyone. All students registered in this lab
section are expected to complete a research paper. If you worked in a group with other
students during the semester, each member of the research team must turn in his/her own
paper written individually from the common data base. Multi-authored papers are not