Environmental Science is the study of relations between organisms and their environment. This includes interactions among chemical, biological, and physical components of the environment. Environmental science also takes into account non-scientific studies such as law, social science, and economics.
Capillarity of Soils
To compare the rise of water by capillarity in sandy, clayey, and loamy soil
Carbon in the Atmosphere
To demonstrate how there is carbon in the atmosphere
To determine whether vinegar is just as effective as a cleaning agent as a chemical-based supermarket cleaner.
Cleaning Oil Spills
To replicate the effects of an oil spill and apply an effective system to clean it up.
Colors And Temperature
To determine if the external color of a structure can affect the internal temperature of the structure under different environmental conditions.
To make a soil erosion simulator and be able to answer the question “How do we prevent soil erosion?”
To observe what happens in area that is overly populated and be able to answer the question “What are the effects of a big population on resources.”
Make a Compost Pile
To make a compost pile and explain how a compost pile can help aid the environment by recycling used items rather than trashing them and sending them to a landfill.
Make your own sundial
Learn to find the time of the day without the help of a clock!
Measuring Air Pollution
To determine the amount of foreign particles in the air in a specific area.
Ocean Life & Oil Spills
To demonstrate the effect that an oil spill will have on marine life.
Orange Water Volume
To determine what percentage of an orange is made up of water and what percentage is made up of solids. When you're done with this experiment you'll be able to answer the question "how much water is in my orange?"
Oxygen & Photosynthesis
To show that oxygen gas is released during photosynthesis
Seed Germination II
To observe how seeds germinate and be able to answer the question, “Why do seeds need wet soil to germinate?”
To determine the pH level of both city water and well water to determine which is more basic and which is more acidic.