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Activity Description of "Determining transpiration from a schoolyard tree"


Title Determining transpiration from a schoolyard tree
Audience Grades 7-11. Biology, Integrated Science, Life Science
Abstract This is a great exploration for middle to highschool learners. It affords the opportunity for them to see that trees are veritable climatic engines. Furthermore, this inquiry can be extended to estimating the amount of water transpired in a tropical region of our planet. The key to this investigation and others of its kind is to turn our schoolyards into ecological laboratories. Enjoy!
Author Larry Pomeroy
Email AELPomeroy@aol.com
Unifying Concept Change, constancy, and measurement
Science and Technology Abilities of technological design
Science as Inquiry Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry
History and Nature of Science Nature of scientific knowledge
Science in Personal and Social PerspectivesScience and technology in local, national, global challenges
Life, Physical, Earth Sciences Structure and function in living systems, Energy in the earth system
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