Mark and Recapture Lab Report
The objective of this lab is to determine the population of the native and alien
species (of fish) and which one is more successful in the community. The technique
used in order to calculate the population of these t
Ecosystem Dynamics Worksheet
1. Give three examples of food chains that exist in nature.
The 3 examples are ecological/food pyramid, trophie level, and food web.
Example: grass, mouse, snake, hawk; grass, cow, human
2. In an ecological pyramid, what happe
Species Identification Lab Write-Up
1. Indentify the number of different species present in the 1 meter square quadrat.
Sketch each species and write a description of each organism. Include any
organisms that move through or out of the quadrat.
Title: The Effect of Acidity in a Closed Environment
IntroductionThe subject of this report is to build and design an ecosystem using clear 2L bottles,
collect data (both quantitative and qualitative), and form a hypothesis for a testable variable that
Properties of Matter: Boiling Liquids
Introduction: Everybody knows that it takes longer to get a full pot of water to boil than a half-filled
pot of water. Does this mean that the full pan has to get hotter? To see what happens, you will heat and
Changes of matter Copper lab (Adapted from IPS 5th Ed., Haber-Schaim et.al, Prentice-Hall)
Purpose: To measure the mass of the reactants and compare that to the mass of the product
1. Put on safety goggles. Use one lab board per group and set u
The Boiling Point of Substance A (15 mL)
Substance A 15 mL Substance B 15 mL B 20 mL
Substance A 20 mL Substance
Substance Substance Substance Substance
Ionic Compounds Worksheet 1
Monoatomic ions are made from a single atom. The periodic table can be helpful in
determining how these elements form ions. Positively charged ions are also known as
cations. Negatively charged ions are also known as anions.