In my physics class we have been set to do a poster presentation on anything to do with the earth or atmosphere that has a physics basis. Before on presentations It's been on a subject I've researched myself so was able to do the Introduction, method, results, discussion. Because its a random research subject with 48hours to complete this is not possible, and I've decided to try and do the Aurora Borealis. My question thus is this: Without being able to do all the research myself when asked to do a poster presentation, how is it best to display the information and results? Do i take a semi historical view point displaying old superstitions leading into research done and the findings and how its taken from the wonder, or does it need to be more scientific. Any advice on how to go about would be wonderful and come with many thanks.