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Table 4.

Questions for students in order to address the issue of invasive crayfish (modified from Maben, 2004).

Five Questions for Students to Answer
1. Sounding the Alarm How can we, as citizens, call attention to the problem of invasive crayfish? 
2. Scientific Data Gathering What evidence or data did you collect about crayfish behavior during this lab that would help in our understanding of whether, and in what way, invasive crayfish can be an environmental problem? 
3. Risk Assessment What do you think should be done about invasive crayfish, and how expensive is your proposed effort likely to be? Be specific. 
4. Public Awareness How will you let the public know that invasive crayfish are an environmental issue? What should they do about it? 
5. Ongoing Follow-up What should we do to investigate whether or not your efforts have an impact? 
Five Questions for Students to Answer
1. Sounding the Alarm How can we, as citizens, call attention to the problem of invasive crayfish? 
2. Scientific Data Gathering What evidence or data did you collect about crayfish behavior during this lab that would help in our understanding of whether, and in what way, invasive crayfish can be an environmental problem? 
3. Risk Assessment What do you think should be done about invasive crayfish, and how expensive is your proposed effort likely to be? Be specific. 
4. Public Awareness How will you let the public know that invasive crayfish are an environmental issue? What should they do about it? 
5. Ongoing Follow-up What should we do to investigate whether or not your efforts have an impact? 
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