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Watershed investigations; 12 labs for high school science.


Watershed investigations; 12 labs for high school science.

Ed. by Jennifer Soukhome et al.

NSTA Press


175 pages




Chemistry teachers in Holland and Zeeland Michigan spent three summers studying the environmental anthropogenic effects on watersheds, and distilled the results into laboratory sessions for a high school experiment-based environmental science curriculum. Most of the labs examine the ecological consequences in a watershed as urbanization increases and natural hydrology changes, though some provide background information needed to complete later investigations. This volume serves as a textbook, laboratory manual, and workbook.

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Date:Sep 1, 2009
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