While it may seem to the naked eye that the air we breathe is clean and clear, the reality is, whether they're tiny particles or in gas form, most air pollutants are invisible. For those students...Read More »
For those students who enjoy research and historical data, here's a geology science fair experiment created by Dr. Andrew Olson of Science Buddies. Using data collected and archived by the Berkeley...Read More »
Like smoking, pollution has "second-hand" effects. While it's easy to understand how disposing chemicals directly into the local lake, chucking a plastic bottle out of a car window into the ditch,...Read More »
Most of you have learned in life science or through experience that there are two main types of aquatic environments - saltwater and freshwater. Oceans, bays, gulfs, and seas are examples of...Read More »
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