Katie Carpenter:https:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1I-QtYmbCKsXCr0U-85rY41OdsNCXBTgOXtKYU-MF90Q/edit?usp=sharing

Keelin Riccardi:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JImMA3Dr38gW3Ng0fBWl4-rwrDqrxoPFdqS2ULi0w_k/edit?usp=sharing

Madeline Jerry:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Za33uXoH0bauqNuez5MdqXZALfA-Oqjso8tXDFAPd8o/edit?usp=sharing

Students

Katie Carpenter

Keelin Riccardi

Madeline Jerry

Teacher

John Gransee

Class

Chemistry: This project was a part of the 10th grade “Water and Your World ” expedition

Guiding Questions

What is water quality and why is it important?

Why is freshwater important?

Why is it important to understand how watersheds work?

How do humans impact the fresh water resources in the Pike-Root River Watershed and the Great Lakes?

Project Description/Audience 

Using what students have learned about freshwater, watersheds, and the data their class has collected on the Pike-Root River, students wrote a scientific paper that will be presented to the scientists at the University of Wisconsin Freshwater Institute. s.

Rubric/Task Descriptor/ Graphic Organizer

http://https://drive.google.com/a/students.kusd.edu/file/d/0BzXY91Z7VOimMjlXQU5OVm1obTg/view?usp=sharing