Findings: Green Crab Population in Maine Coast Investigation Fall of 2017

Abstract
The green crabs are destroying our ecosystem. So we want to see what was going on. For our study we used the catch and release method. We also recorded down data about the green crabs. We placed the traps in three different places. The crabs that we caught in that trap were many colors. The green crabs were very aggressive. There was also a very big population.

Project Information
City or Town: 
Bath
School or Organization: 
Bath Middle School
Species: 
Scientific name:
Carcinus maenas
Common name:
Green crab
Resources I used to create this project: 
See my article for works cited.

Comments

after revising your submission we have denied your submission because
1.your graphs didn't match with your data
2.your data was hard to read
3.revise your methods
4.also your conclusion did not match your intro

You did a great job explaining what your method was and how you did it, but you didn't explain what your method had to do with your question and how it helped you. Also, to make your introduction better you could have used more sites and added more evidence. The lat thing you could have done better was to restate you question in the conclusion and give some answers to your question.

You did a great job explaining what your method was and how you did it, but you didn't explain what your method had to do with your question and how it helped you. Also, to make your introduction better you could have used more sites and added more evidence. The lat thing you could have done better was to restate you question in the conclusion and give some answers to your question.