Some isotopes of certain elements have nuclei that are not stable (like if your tires on your car
are not balanced correctly). Some have too many neutrons compared to protons, some too few.
Atoms of these isot
Environmental Issue Project
PowerPoint or SmartBoard
Use as few words as possible to get your points across. You do NOT have to, nor
should you, use full sentences. Leave out all the prepositions and other unnecessary
HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW NEW JERSEY?
How many states are
smaller than NJ?
How many counties are
there is NJ?
Why is New Jersey know What famous
as the Garden State?
backpacking trail passes
How many are classified
Safety in the Laboratory
The biology laboratory is a safe place to be if you are careful. You must assume responsibility for
the safety of yourself and your neighbors. Here are some safety rules to help guide you in protecting
yourself and o
Population Growth Group Lesson
Watch: 7 Billion: National Geographic http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=sc4HxPxNrZ0 ; probably best to
Google the title 7 Billion: National Geographic and it is the third result down.
Watch the video continu
Introduced Species Project 45 points
A. Format: 5 points
1. General: A brochure printed on both sides of a standard 8.5 x 11 piece of paper (tri-folded).
Color pictures and maps or ones you have colored in after printing
Unit 4: World Food Supply
Content Area: Science
Course & Grade Level: Environmental Science, 9-12
Summary and Rationale
Most people do not know from where their food comes and how it is produced. There is a fundamental
disconnect for many people between t
Organic Farming Produces Same Corn and Soybean Yields
as conventional farms, but consumes less energy and no pesticides, study finds
July 13, 2005
By Susan S. Lang
Organic farming produces the same yields of corn and soybeans as does
Soil and Agriculture
Read the following excerpt and examine the map:
For our analysis, we ranked soil units in the United States as ranging from those having zero or no limiting
factors to those with eight limiting factors. Soils with
Lab Polar Cold
Guiding Questions: Is it the distance from the earth to the sun that determines why the poles are
Introduction: Have you ever shined a flashlight against a surface in the dark? If you point
the flashlight straig
Lab Salty and Fresh (thermohaline circulation)
Guiding Questions: If fresh water is the same temperature as salt water will it sink or float?
A current of ocean water runs from the
equatorial Atlantic up the coast of the
Project The Ozone Layer
This is a group project in class and an individual project at home. You will do research in your
textbook, with the handouts you have been given and online to answer the following questions together
in class. Y
Review Sheet - Energy Unit
1. Use diagrams and written explanation to explain how electricity is generated with an electric
2. Use diagrams and written explanation to explain how the energy from coal is turned into
Review Sheet Unit 1 Intro to Environmental Science
Unit Enduring Understandings
Natural and human activities impact the cycling of matter and the flow of energy through
Scientific, economic, and other data can assist in a