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This lesson was designed for fourth grade students. The main objectives of this mini-teach are to identify and be aware of how much garbage we can produce, identify landfills and their purposes, and explain how recycling saves energy and resources while reducing pollution.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this experiment was to see how detergent affects the growth of bush peas. The information gained from this experiment could help farmers and gardeners understand how soapy wastewater affects their crops. It would also be useful to industries that produce or use large amounts of detergent or soap.
Difficulty: Middle school
The purpose of this experiment was to determine how different deicers affect the survival of radishes. The information gained from this experiment could be used by farmers and gardeners to help select, when needed, the deicer least harmful to their plants.
Difficulty: High school
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the minimum concentration of chlorine that would inhibit 50% of the soybean germination. I became interested in this idea when I saw on the news that a lot of countries that the information gained from this experiment could help farmers, botanists and anyone who is involved in or has a job in agriculture.
Difficulty: High school
The purpose of this experiment was to determine which polypedon (type of soil) was most absorbent of liquid pollutants. The information gained from this experiment will benefit farmers, gardeners and botanists who have soil pollution problems to better understand absorbency in different types of soil.
Difficulty: High school
Pesticides are necessary to keep our agricultural plants safe from insect infestation. Natural pesticides are increasingly preferred, as they reduce the number of chemicals that are released into the environment. In this experiment, you will examine whether biopesticides are as effective as their chemical counterparts.
Difficulty
1. Students will recognize different populations in a soil sample. 2. Students will demonstrate and observe water and wind erosion. 3. Students will construct a levee flood control technique.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Plants are currently being used by environmental scientists as a way to remove pollutants such as heavy metals from water or soil. This process is known as phytoremediation. Students will design an experiment to explore phytoremediation.
Difficulty: Middle school
At the conclusion of this experiment I hope to prove whether or not the leachantís of plant decay makes ground water to acidic. At the conclusion of this experiment I believe that the acids caused by the decaying vegetation will cause an extreme jump in the acidity of the water. At the conclusion of this experiment I believe that the acids caused by the decaying vegetation will cause an extreme ju
Difficulty: High school
In this project, you will: # List the materials used in disposable diapers. # List the functions of diapers. # Identify environmental problems of diapers in landfills.
Difficulty: Middle school
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