with finding conclusions
the conclusion is all about looking at the evidence that this project
has provided. You need to concentrate either on the results that you found,
or the overall results from around the UK.
want to focus on two or three species.
compare some or all of the 1985 survey to ours.
see if there is any link between habitat or climate and where woodlice
explain the results that you have helped to record?
for you to think about:
are the most common species in the UK?
- How many
species did the survey find?
did the survey not find out?
other information would be useful to find out?
species were the most widespread?
areas of the UK had most/least results?
no results were recorded - does this mean there are no woodlice there?
- Can we
'trust' these results?
we 'trust' any scientific results?
- How have
things changed since 1985?
- Is Armadillidium
nasatum still only found in the south?
- Are some
species getting rarer/more common?
- Has this
survey actually proven anything - is it significant?
- Do you
think there are really less woodlice in Scotland?
about the really rare species of woodlice?
could we do next?
is most unusual about these results?
- Has Armadillidium
depressum really declined since 1985?
are the limitations of the survey?
improvements have been made to the key/recording form/results pages?
scientist - you decide!