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  1. Insert Title of Poster Here Prepared by: Name of Student You could put a bulleted list here • oh yeh, make sure you remove the red lines • they are guide lines to make everything line up • duh, like that wasn’t obvious • just making sure, you know You could insert a figure or a table here or more text Note: the red lines are only for Alignment purposes. You can Select and delete them when you’re Done! INTRODUCTION The purpose of this poster is to provide a format for students to prepare their poster for the volcanology course. Of course, this is just a template, and you can certainly feel free to alter the format in any way, shape of form. HAVE FUN! • Text • do not change the width of the poster • you could change the length however • this is basically one big power point slide • you will be able to print a draft copy and a final copy • be sure you plan for the unexpected – like the plotter breaking down or something similarly cataclysmic • Another Text box • organizing your points with bullets is a good way of presenting the information • bullet two • you can keep adding bullets or whatever as you see fit You can insert images throughout poster Figure __. Insert Figure caption here You can insert images throughout poster Figure __. Insert Figure caption here Figure __. Insert Figure caption here • Conclusions • (1) Like, <blankety blank> Volcano like totally rocks, man • (2) dude, I learned so much from studying this volcano. • My understanding of this volcano has been greatly expanded, in fact this has been a life-changing class. • Thank you so much for the opportunity to do this poster. • Thank you sir, may I have another. You can insert images throughout poster Figure __. Insert Figure caption here References Cited Templeton, J. H., 2004, Why volcanology is far superior than studying boring old dirt and water?: Journal of Really Important Stuff, v. 23, p. 1-100. Taylor, S. P., 2003, Dirt and Water Rule! And don’t you forget it: Journal of Really Silly Ideas, v. 24, p. 1-2. Myers, J.M., 2005, Dead plants as a proxy for the meaning of life: Journal of Really Silly Ideas, v. 25, p. 11-12. But another text box 1 – let’s see what else can I babble about 2 – hot rocks are cool 3 – What goes up must come down…