Historical Pollution in the Hudson: Part 2
Ninth graders practice how to format and enter data into an Excel spreadsheet, make a graph, and interpret graphed data. They recognize how the pollution in the Hudson River has changed over time, and explain the consequences of these changes.
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Demonstration of Water Pollution
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5th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
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