Extra Credit Reflection Requirements
1. Title of magazine
2. Title and page number of article
3. DETAILED summary of article. (1-2 paragraphs)
4. What did I learned or found interesting about the article.
5. What I didnt understand abou
Goal: My students will identify how our actions impact the health of our planet, and accept that
our efforts can bring about a positive change. Every student will learn the scientific writing,
A level only
Miller Chapter 20
Active notes (section 1)
Ecological Succession WS
Soil and Soil Dynamics WS
Cherry Hill West Soil
It takes hundreds of thousands of years for soil to form. Soil is the result of physical, biological,
and chemical weathering of rocks and the gradual accumulation of organic (carbon based) and
inorganic (non-carbon based) debris from the e
Fixing the Global Nitrogen Problem
1. What was Fritz Habers claim to fame?
2. How has the global population benefited from Haber synthetic fertilizer?
3. List 3 problems created by excess fertilizers and reactive nitrogen
4. Where are the worlds nitrogen
Describe how decomposition adds to soil fertility
Identify which organisms are responsible for the decomposition of organic matter
Describe how nutrients is returned to the soil
Decomposition- To breakdown or decay, into smaller a
Investigate the different forms of nitrogen throughout the nitrogen cycle
Use arrows to indicate the flow of nitrogen, use ovals to indicate the processes in which
nitrogen changes from one form to another, use squares to
Fertilizer Use and Plant Growth
1. Identify the essential elements that are found in the air.
2. Identify the essential elements that are found in the soil.
3. Use the internet to determine the type and concentration of essential elemen
Environmental Science Formal Lab Write-Up
Every section described below should be included in your formal lab write-up. In your formal write-up,
please include a heading for each of the following sections
Introduction: Your introduction shoul