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Home Interpreting the Data Lesson Plans How Much Oxygen is in the Water

How Much Oxygen is in the Water

Author: Steve Stanne, Interpretive Specialist with the Hudson River Estuary Program.

Time: 1 class period; Grade Level: 4-5; Objective: Using real time data from remote sensors in the Hudson 

River, students will: •  understand the critical role of dissolved oxygen in supporting aquatic life; •  observe and graph dissolved oxygen concentrations at sites along the Hudson River estuary; •  observe patterns of change in dissolved oxygen concentrations; •  identify environmental parameters correlated with dissolved oxygen concentrations; •  suggest hypotheses to account for the observed changes in dissolved oxygen concentrations..

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