LAKE STUDY - and on the basis of what data? Based on the...

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LAKE STUDY Your answers have been formatted and displayed below. Proofread the report and print a copy of the report. To make corrections use the back button to return to the report form. Edit the previous form and re-submit before printing. Date and time this report was posted: 2/4/2009 - 1:22:30 AM 1. How many water samples did you take and what was the average water temperature? # of samples6 Average water temperature =21.29 2. Based on the sampling data you obtained and the information in the literature, were you able to rule out any possible causes of death? If so, which ones
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Unformatted text preview: and on the basis of what data? Based on the information given, I was able to determine that there was no significant lack of oxygen. I was also able to rule out Ca as a possible cause of death because its level of toxicity was nowhere near the level obtained from the sample. 3. Based on your sampling data, what hypothesis did you form to explain why the fish were dying? Write one specific and concise sentence. If there is an abundance of iron in the lake water, then it will build up in the gills of the fish, causing poor respiration and...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course CHEM 103 taught by Professor Wendt during the Spring '07 term at University of Wisconsin.

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