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 5/13/09 Click to edit Master subtitle style Our Hypothesis was wrong: Herbert Run was not more acidic than Library Stream. Herbert Run had the higher turbidity Herbert Run had less dissolved oxygen than Library Stream. However, correctly predicted factors other than ones we  mentioned in out introduction would impact the results
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 5/13/09 Reasons we were wrong: Ph level: Factors other than rain like the level of carbon dioxide Turbidity: Did not take into account factors such as plankton and  algae growth when making a hypothesis about turbidity 
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Unformatted text preview: 5/13/09 What we could have done We could have tested Herbert Run and Library Stream a day after it rained to get a better indication of the ph level, and tested water samples from different parts of the Herbert Run and Library Stream to see if there was any variation 5/13/09 Other experiments we could Another experiment we could have done was to test the Herbert Run and Library Stream for other qualities of water such as fecal coli form level and total nitrogen....
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