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Grade Level

Grades 6-8, Middle

Document Type

Activity and Lab

Keywords

Groundwater--Quality--Study and teaching (Middle school); Water--Quality--Study and teaching (Middle school);

Description

Table of Contents:

--- Forward
--- Activity 1: What Goes Up Must Come Down . . . And Around (Water Cycle)
--- Activity 2: Where Has All the Water Gone? (Percolation)
--- Activity 3: Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind (Groundwater)
--- Activity 4: Biting The Hand That Feeds Us (Consumer Groundwater Use)
--- Activity 5: You Can't Fool Mother Nature (Pesticide Contamination)
--- Activity 6: Nitrate Nightmare (Nitrate Contamination)
--- Activity 7: Culprits In The Cupboard (Landfill Contamination)
--- Activity 8: Rub-A-Dub-Dub (Water Budgeting)
--- Activity 9: Here Comes The Judge (Groundwater Laws)
--- Activity 10: Energy Savings (Conservation Farming)
--- Activity 11: All's Well . . . That Ends Well (Community Awareness)
--- Activity 12: Drowning in Laughter (Editorial Cartoons)
--- Glossary
--- Appendix

Department

Institute for Environmental Education

Disciplines

Environmental Education

Comments

OUTLOOK: On Groundwater was prepared with the support of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Grant No. 01362-87-08. However, any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of DOE.

The following versions are also available in UNI ScholarWorks:

Outlook on Groundwater: Elementary

Outlook on Groundwater: Senior High

Original Date

1988

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

Outlook on Groundwater: Middle School / Junior High

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