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October 28, 2010 Goals: Make conclusions based on the field trip data Goals: Make conclusions based on the field trip data Continue talking about WQ Measurements/Impacts

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October 28, 2010 Goals: Make conclusions based on the field trip data Goals: Make conclusions based on the field trip data Continue talking about WQ Measurements/Impacts Continue talking about WQ Measurements/Impacts Introduce Concept Mapping Introduce Concept Mapping Practice Practice Make a Concept Map of all the key terms used in this unit so far Make a Concept Map of all the key terms used in this unit so far Slide 2 Team Roles 1. Facilitator / timekeeper make sure everyone in on task and moving toward goal 2. Checker Ensure everyone is understanding the concepts 3. Runner /Reporter Only person from your table that can go to others for guidance (Were all stuck) 4. Recorder Writing the teams responses 5. Encourager ALL Slide 3 Warm Up At your tables Copy the remaining data for the Field Trip Map (each person) Copy the remaining data for the Field Trip Map (each person) As a table --- make five inferences / conclusions/ further questions that are supported by data about ponds/streams and their Water Quality As a table --- make five inferences / conclusions/ further questions that are supported by data about ponds/streams and their Water Quality Slide 4 A B C D Slide 5 On-line Access from Home Website: http://www.iatpbis.net http://www.iatpbis.net Student Login: BradBlank60 Student Password: self-arid-well Slide 6 Dissolved Oxygen (D.O.) Read page 70 Read page 70 Test the D.O. of samples at room temperature, cold, and hot Test the D.O. of samples at room temperature, cold, and hot Test the D.O. of the room temperature sample after it has been stirred. Test the D.O. of the room temperature sample after it has been stirred. Read pages 73 and 74 Read pages 73 and 74 Slide 7 Temperature Turn to page 75 Turn to page 75 Read the section on temperature Read the section on temperature Look at the chart on page 76 Look at the chart on page 76 Slide 8 Water Temperatures That Fish Like in F and C Catfish74-7823 - 26 Catfish74-7823 - 26 Blue Gill73-7723 - 25 Blue Gill73-7723 - 25 Largemouth Bass71-7622 - 24 Largemouth Bass71-7622 - 24 Crappie68-7320 - 23 Crappie68-7320 - 23 Walleye67-7220 - 23 Walleye67-7220 - 23 Yellow Perch66-7019 - 21 Yellow Perch66-7019 - 21 Brown Trout57-6114 - 16 Brown Trout57-6114 - 16 Rainbow Trout56-6214 - 16 Rainbow Trout56-6214 - 16 Coho Salmon54-5512 - 13 Coho Salmon54-5512 - 13 Brook Trout52-5611 - 13 Brook Trout52-5611 - 13 Lake Trout48-529 - 11 Lake Trout48-529 - 11 Slide 9 Sockeye Salmon Above 24C Can be fatal Between 20C and 24C Degrades spawning success Below 20C Optimum for Sockeye spawning Above 24C Can be fatal Between 20C and 24C Degrades spawning success Below 20C Optimum for Sockeye spawning Slide 10 Most every aspect of a fish's life is influenced by water temperature, which in turn is affected by wind, seasons, currents, and evaporation. Most every aspect of a fish's life is influenced by water temperature, which in turn is affected by wind, seasons, currents, and evaporation. Slide 11 NTU = Nephelometric Turbitity Units NTU = Nephelometric Turbitity Units JTU = Jackson Turbidity Units JTU = Jackson Turbidity Units Slide 12 Turbidity Slide 13 Fecal Coliform Slide 14 We are so lucky to live in the United States We are so lucky to live in the United States Slide 15 Stop and Think How can increased plant growth both increase and decrease dissolved oxygen in water? How can increased plant growth both increase and decrease dissolved oxygen in water? Aquatic plants release oxygen into the water through photosynthesis this increases DO. As the plant dies, the bacteria that eats them uses up the DO. Aquatic plants release oxygen into the water through photosynthesis this increases DO. As the plant dies, the bacteria that eats them uses up the DO. Slide 16 Stop and Think What is thermal pollution? What is thermal pollution? When temperatures of the water increase due to human activity. When temperatures of the water increase due to human activity. Slide 17 Stop and Think Why is it important to measure the turbidity of water? Why is it important to measure the turbidity of water? The more particles in the water, the more sunlight it absorbs. This increases the temperature of the water and decreases the levels of DO. The more particles in the water, the more sunlight it absorbs. This increases the temperature of the water and decreases the levels of DO. Slide 18 Concept Mapping A way to visually show the relationship between key terms in a topic A way to visually show the relationship between key terms in a topic Slide 19 Concept Mapping Why is it Useful? Why is it Useful? Example Diagram with Class input Example Diagram with Class input Develop your own Develop your own Slide 20 Components of a Quality Concept Map Key concepts centered on page with branches outward Key concepts centered on page with branches outward Concepts are in Boxes Concepts are in Boxes Linking words show connections between boxes Linking words show connections between boxes Brief, Clear and Accurate Brief, Clear and Accurate Does it help YOU understand the relationships? Does it help YOU understand the relationships? Slide 21 Whats Wrong with this one? Slide 22 Slide 23 Slide 24 Pick a favorite topic Pick a favorite topic Create a HIGH QUALITY, Accurate and Informative CONCEPT Map for your topic Create a HIGH QUALITY, Accurate and Informative CONCEPT Map for your topic Focus on neatness, creative presentation and following the guidelines Focus on neatness, creative presentation and following the guidelines Due Monday it will be graded Due Monday it will be graded Slide 25 HW Water Quality Concept Map Develop a detailed list of key words related to this unit Develop a detailed list of key words related to this unit Develop links/connections between them Develop links/connections between them Create a CONCEPT Map that teaches someone else about your topic. Create a CONCEPT Map that teaches someone else about your topic. Be Creative and detail focused Be Creative and detail focused Slide 26 Water Quality Terms TurbidityAcidsBasesNeutral Living Organisms Dissolved Oxygen pH0-14 Parts Per Million Temperature Healthy Range Scale TurbulenceColderWarmerAlgae NitratesNutrientsFertilizersEutrophication PhosphatesDuckweedAlgaeConcentration TroutCarp Photosynthesi s Fecal Coliform RiverLakesWatershed Measurement Tools Aeration Thermal Pollution IndicatorOTHERS?? Slide 27 On-line Access from Home Website: http://www.iatpbis.net Student Login: BradBlank60 Student Password: self-arid-well Slide 28 On-line Access from Home Website: http://www.iatpbis.net Student Login: BradBlank60 Student Password: self-arid-well Slide 29 On-line Access from Home Website: http://www.iatpbis.net Student Login: BradBlank60 Student Password: self-arid-well Slide 30 On-line Access from Home Website: http://www.iatpbis.net Student Login: BradBlank60 Student Password: self-arid-well Slide 31 On-line Access from Home Website: http://www.iatpbis.net Student Login: BradBlank60 Student Password: self-arid-well Slide 32 On-line Access from Home Website: http://www.iatpbis.net Student Login: BradBlank60 Student Password: self-arid-well