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Environmental Conference Overview

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Katherine Johnson

on 29 April 2011

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Transcript of Environmental Conference Overview

Spring Harbor 8th grade Environmental Conference Project Choose a Topic Gather Information Share what you Learned We have only one earth . . . Its as easy as 1-2-3 Books and Encylopedias Websites Radio, TV and Newspapers Databases Experiment SOURCES KEEP A RECORD OF
E V E R Y T H I N G ! Written Report Oral Presentation Power Point Log Book Lab Report
Formal Data Analysis Log Book Power Point Share words You are also graded on:
**Your Interview Questions
**Your Bibliography
**Your Planning Sheets
**Your Key Word List Human Needs which Creates Waste Our use of Resources & Energy FOOD WATER SHELTER CLOTHING SAFETY TRANSPORTATION ENTERTAINMENT and Affects the Planet extinctions endangered species mutations in frogs the hole in the Ozone Layer rising ocean temperatures depleted natural resources lack of clean water loss of soil shore line erosion bacterial resistance pollution over population http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_environmental_issues and it has limited resources Our human activities
of consuming resources and energy creates waste The Earth and its ability
to support life as we know it
. . . is changing . . . . . .

Focus on . . . wildlife water soil metals and minerals air solar energy wind energy hydroelectric air quality loss of habitat fish kills melting polar ice water quality and more TOPICS?? Personal Interviews Survey
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