pH and Macroinvertebrate Populations - Do Changes in the pH Level Effect an Aquatic Ecosystem?
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Young scholars examine a water sample from a local stream. They determine if changes in pH affect the quality of an aquatic ecosystem and evaluate the optimal pH levels for a macroinvertebrate population.
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