This science fair project aims to compare the rate of growth of the Peperomiplant a (radiator plant) grown hydroponically as opposed to being grown in soil. This is carried out by by measuring the length of the plant’s roots.
This science fair project is conducted to find out how human activity affect the quality of water in our river channels. The river water will be tested for its acidity, turbidity, as well as for the presence of ammonia and nitrate.
Does the pollution in a lake get worse as it gets deeper? Is the water cleaner nearer the surface? Or is it the other way around? This science fair project was conducted to determine how the depth of water can affect the concentration of pollution found in the water. The experiment was done by collecting water samples from a lake at depths of 1 meter, 2 meters 3 meters and 4 meters.
Is snow cleaner in the city or in the country? This science fair project was performed to determine if snow found in urban areas contain more particles and contaminants. The experiment was done by collecting snow samples from various locations in the city as well as locations 5km, 10km, 15km and 20km out of the city.
This science fair project was conducted to find out how acid rain affects the growth of sunflower plants. The science fair project was carried out by watering the plants with water of different pH levels.
This science fair project was performed in order to ascertain the effectiveness of using polymers in the rehabilitation of contaminated soil. The science fair project involved using motor oil to contaminate a sample of soil and then attempting to germinate seeds in the contaminated soil.
This science fair project was performed to better understand the relationship between road traffic flow and emission pollution at different times of the day. The science project involved monitoring traffic conditions beside a highway - including average traffic speed, the number of vehicles and flow patterns.
This science fair project was conducted to find out the effectiveness of using natural pesticides to control ants around the house. The science fair project was done using lemon juice, apple juice, tomato juice and carrot juice.
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