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Dust & Particles in Our Air - A Student Investigation

Dust & Particles in Our Air - A Student Investigation
Dust & Particles in Our Air - A Student Investigation
Dust & Particles in Our Air - A Student Investigation
Dust & Particles in Our Air - A Student Investigation
Dust & Particles in Our Air - A Student Investigation
Dust & Particles in Our Air - A Student Investigation
Dust & Particles in Our Air - A Student Investigation
Dust & Particles in Our Air - A Student Investigation
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Generalizations:

Dust and other particulate matter is constantly falling over the earth. Some of it is caused by natural phenomenon and some by the activities of man. The human body can tolerate a certain level of dust but this level has limits.

Objectives:

Your students will be able to measure the amount of particulate matter falling in their neighbor­hood. They will be able to translate this informa­tion into the number of tons of particulate mat­ter that fall in one month over a square mile of their neighborhood.

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Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 month
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