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31 resources with the concept dissolved oxygen

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NOAA Enrichment in Marine Sciences and Oceanography (NEMO) Curriculum

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Introduce scholars to the Marine Sciences and Oceanography with 23 lessons covering marine science, biology, chemistry, geology, physics, technology, and marine policy. Aligned with national science teaching standards, the lessons are...
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Monitoring Amphibians

For Teachers 6th - 10th Standards
What sort of shoes do frogs wear? Open toad sandals. If your scholars want experience collecting field samples, this is the lesson for you. After learning the proper way to collect field samples, pupils catch amphibians to test for...
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What's This? Breathing

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Crazy fact: Some animals can survive months without oxygen. An online resource describes some unique ways animals collect oxygen and even live without it for an extended time. Learners read about these special animals and use pop-up...
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Under Pressure

For Teachers 5th
Sometimes a little pressure isn't a bad thing! A collaborative lesson uses models to demonstrate how air pressure inflates and deflates the lungs. Participants use everyday materials to create models of the chest cavity to simulate how a...
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From the Cambrian Explosion to the Great Dying

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Life before the dinosaurs was pretty amazing—and very fragile! Discover what Earth was like for Cambrian creatures, from the smallest ocean-dwellers to the first land animals. A video from an extensive biology playlist explores how early...
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How The Atmosphere Changed

For Students 9th - 12th
Has Earth's atmosphere always been capable of supporting life? Discover how the air around us has evolved in the first video in a series of seven. Learners watch the amazing transformations that occurred within the atmosphere and the...
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Environmental Impacts of Detergents

For Students 9th - 12th
Dangerous detergents? Who knew? Pupils learn of the darker side of laundry day as they complete the series of seven videos on water and the environment. The video shows common detergent ingredients, how these ingredients can harm the...
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History's Thermometers

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
How is sea coral like a thermometer? Part three of a six-part series from NOAA describes how oceanographers can use coral growth to estimate water temperature over time. Life science pupils manipulate data to determine the age of corals...
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Respiratory System

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
When at rest, humans exhale about 17.5 ml of water per hour, but they lose about four times that amount during exercise. The video shows learners how worms, insects, fish and humans all respire very differently. Viewers then explore the...
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The Dead Zone

For Teachers 9th - 12th
The fifth installment of a 23-part NOAA Enrichment in Marine sciences and Oceanography (NEMO) program defines dead zones and how they form. Pupils then examine data from the Gulf of Mexico to determine dead zone formation.
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Respiratory System

For Teachers 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Trying to plan a lesson on the respiratory system? Then take a deep breath, because this presentation has you covered. From the atmosphere through the lungs and blood to the body's cells, this presentation investigates the complex series...
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What's in the Water? - Stream Side Science

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Here is a complete activity in which young biologists or ecologists test the pH, dissolved oxygen, turbidity and temperature of stream water. The class visits an actual stream and makes observations of the site. They use scientific...
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What If There's No Light?

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
young scholars discuss the importance of light and the consequences of living without it. Using a plant as a demonstration, students predict and observe what happens to a plant when it does not receive enough light. In groups, they...
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Dissolved Oxygen Introduction

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students are shown how dissolved oxygen enters the water. They are taught the difference between a water sample that has been exposed to the air and one that has not. Students brainstorm what organisms need to survive. They use dissolved...
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Dissolved Oxygen and Photosynthesis: 1

For Teachers 9th - 12th
High schoolers are taught that plants produce oxygen underwater, and they design an experiment that test this question. They discuss whether plants give off oxygen, and how to measure this. Students measure the increase in dissolved...
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Dissolved Oxygen and Temperature

For Teachers 9th - 10th
Students are shown how temperature affects dissolved oxygen and they create a graph showing this relationship. They think about the adaptations of animals to live in different water temperatures. Students test four different water...
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Too Much Oxygen or Too Little?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
In this oxygen activity, students analyze date about the oxygen levels in a river to determine the cause of the dying fish. This activity has 2 graphs, 12 short answer questions, and 2 graphic organizers.
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Salmon Scavenger Hunt

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students go on a salmon scavenger hunt to find out about threats to salmon populations. They gather information about some of the reasons wild salmon have gone from such incredible abundance to relative scarcity, and about some of the...
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AP Biology Lab Review

For Teachers 9th - 12th
A seventy-two slide PowerPoint that reviews several lab explorations done in an AP Biology course. For each lab there is a description, concepts, and conclusions. Many pictures and graphics make this visually appealing, but it would not...
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Simulating the Effects of Biodegradable Wastes on Dissolved Oxygen

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Students evaluate the relationship between biodegradable waste and dissolved oxygen in water.  In this biodegradable wastes lesson students complete a lab activity in groups then analyze their results.
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Snapshot Day Definitions & Activities

For Students 7th - 10th
In this watershed worksheet, students read through related definitions and complete 17 short answer questions about deposition and erosion in the Hudson River.
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Diurnal Cycling Experiments

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students carry out an experiment to monitor diurnal fluctuations in dissolved oxygen, carbon dioxide, pH, and water temperature. They determine the CO2 and pH of the samples (and optionally, dissolved oxygen). Students complete their...
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Dissolved Oxygen Activity

For Teachers 6th - 7th
Students explore why dissolved oxygen must be present for aquatic life to survive. They explain what dissolved means. Students discuss what dissolved oxygen is. They watch as the teacher lights two candles and place a jar over one of...
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Ecosystem Damage from Household Cleaners

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Third graders assess the damage done to various ecosystems by cleaning products and discover how scientists test water quality. Using stream water and common household cleaning agents, they work in groups to test for pH levels. Once...