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All that flows

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Transcript of All that flows

storm water drainage
~All That Flows~
by: Sydney W, Kelsey V ,Emma R , Tori T and Brandon S
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Water in the Environment
There are lots of ways you can help the water.
*Keep water clean and clear of polluntants and trash.
*Be water wise when using water

The Human impact on water effects not only the water but the environment and organisms that rely on it to survive.
mixing our solution
Adding the chemicals
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research/observation
results
water and environment
Results: In our experiment we found out that our hypothesis was incorrect. We added many different solutions and liquids to find out how much water could fill a container or jar. It turns out that there are more oxygen molecules in the water than what we predicted. What does this mean?
Where does water come from?
What do we use water for?
What we saw during our experiment: We saw the reaction from the iodine and the cornstarch in the water to show how mych oxygen was in the water

Tools needed
.Dissolved oxygen kit
Test strips
. nutrients
. thermometer
. PH meters
. TDS meters
places we observed
We observed 2 main area's. The first area was the lower wetland. The second area was the storm water drainage which was filled with bacteria and bubbles.

Storm Water Area
Solutions can be Behavioral and Technology based.
You can choose to change your behavior to be Water Wise.


*Turn off water when not in use
*Plant native plants
*Water Management
Grey water is a viable option for people to recycle water. For example washing dishes then save that water and give it to your plants.
Technology that is Water Wise - Irrigation Systems, Low-Flow Toilets, Timers, Energy efficient showers.
~ Brushing our teeth
~ Washing Dishes
~ Mopping/Cleaning
~ Giving a dog a bath
~ Swimming / outdoor fun
~ Cooking / Drinking
~ Washing clothes
~ Sprinklers
~ Flushing toliet
At School - Home - Community

lower wet lands
Storm water drainage
Lower wet land
iodine mixture
How we use water at school
WE HAVE MANY WAYS OF CONSERVING WATER
AT OUR SCHOOL BUT THE TWO MAIN THINGS ARE
CALLED THE
*HYDRATION STATION. THIS STATION CONSERVES WATER
BY BEING ABLE TO REUSE WATER BOTTLES
and reducing the number of water bottles in the
garbage, the water is filtered and distributes only
when needed.
*THE DRAIN BELOW, EVERY BIT OF WATER THAT
DOESNT COME INTO OUR WATER GOES TO OUR
SINKS. GUESS WHAT THE SINKS IS THE SECOND WAY
OUR SCHOOL (PARK MEADOWS) THE SINK TURNS ON
WHEN EVER YOU PUT YOUR HAND UNDER THE Faucet
AND TURNS OFF AUTOMATICALLY WHEN YOUR
HANDS Are not UNDER THE Faucet.
*Water Management - Irrigation Systems - Good
management, no leaks equals water wise, water savings.

Question:
How much dissolved oxygen per liter of H2O
is needed to regulate nutrients in the H20?
hypothesis:
If the nutrients in the H2O source lower,
then the amount of dissolved oxygen will be lower.
Something to think about
during the presentation
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what we learned
The Hydrocorns learned that the simplest of things can make a difference to help the water. We learned that even WE can make a difference!
Take a step - Get WET!!
Okay,so eventually someone has to wonder where does water come from, all those rivers and lakes how do they appear?
Well there is a system called the hydrological cycle. How does it work, you start with the ocean, moving on with evaporation, condensing up in the clouds, travels, then precipitation, and precipitates where ever. Either snow, rain, hail, sleet, or more.
The rain could hit the ground and turn to groundwater, or go to the ocean or into a plant(back to air through transpiration) so its a endless cycle.
Our state (Arizona) gets water mainly from the Colorado River but 44 percent as well comes from ground water.
This is a video to explain the issues with water. This video is from seven years ago , that means that these numbers have increased.
Data
Location
DO (PPM)
Nutrients
Lower wet lands
Storm water drainage
11 ppm
8.70 ppm
nitrate=7.8
nitrate=0.5
Did you know that the USA uses double the amount of water than Europe per person and per day?
Do we have enough water to last for generations?
Think about how you can conserve water so all people in all countries can continue to live on our BLUE planet.
Step by step procedure
First , we got water from our water source in a tiny glass container. Next , we put some solutions into our water. Third , we squeezed the syringe with solution into the water. At first the water was a color we have never seen before. It was like a dark purple , brown , and black. The water got lighter and lighter as squirted in the water and swirled the bottle around.
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