Take Me to the River! Using the Black River for Earth Science Review
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Ninth graders use maps to identify landscape regions and drainage patterns producing the Black River. They create PowerPoint presentations pertaining to the Black River watershed, its geologic history and highlighting safe rafting procedures.
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