Contains an incredible talk about the dangers of polluting rivers and all the other ecosystems of the world, as well as the impacts that has on not only animals, but also humans.
Take a trip to Montana to learn how rivers shape and affect the area around them.
Learn why there is so much sediment in the Minnesota River and its effect on the Mississippi River's Lake Pepin.
Students examine how floods work and why they can cause so much damage. They will use a stream table to observe the processes that lead to flooding and the effects of floods on human-made structures.
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Streams are important sources of water for living things so they are important ecosystems. Stream health is necessary for these ecosystems and for humans.
The Tuolumne River begins as meltwater from two glaciers, flows through Yosemite National Park, and is dammed at Hetch Hetchy Valley. From there the water is used for irrigation or municipal purposes.
Using the Elwha river dam as a case study, students will explore the impact a dam can have on a freshwater ecosystem, specifically focusing on the spawning of salmon.
Students look at pictures of the surface of Mars and use there understanding of surface weathering and erosion to predict whether there is water on Mars or not.
Discover how streams are monitored and why monitoring is necessary.
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