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Welcome! The Topic For Today Is… LET’S SEE WHAT YOU LEARNED!!!. WHAT DID YOU LEARN. Wet n’ Wild : 200. Question: The portion of the Earth’s surface that is covered with water.. Answer What is 75-80%?. Back. Wet n’ Wild: 400. Question:

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Welcome the topic for today is let s see what you learned

Welcome!

The Topic For Today Is…

LET’S SEE WHAT YOU LEARNED!!!


What did you learn

WHAT DID YOU LEARN


Wet n wild 200

Wet n’ Wild: 200

  • Question:

  • The portion of the Earth’s surface that is covered with water..

  • Answer

  • What is 75-80%?

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Wet n wild 400

Wet n’ Wild:400

  • Question:

  • All watersheds that drain to the same river are know as this.

  • Answer

  • What is a river basin?

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Wet n wild 600

Wet n’ Wild:600

  • Question:

  • The attraction between liquid water molecules.

  • Answer

  • What is a hydrogen bond?

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Wet n wild 800

Wet n’ Wild:800

  • Question:

  • This group of animals swim freely in water.

  • Answer

  • What are nekton?

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Wet n wild 1000

Wet n’ Wild: 1000

  • Question:

  • Mayflies, water pennies, and gilled snails are found in this aquatic pollution tolerance group.

  • Answer

  • What is pollution intolerant (sensitive)?

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What s happening 200

What’s Happening?:200

  • Question:

  • The Buck Steam Station uses this material to generate electricity.

  • Answer

  • What is coal?

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What s happening 400

What’s Happening?: 400

  • Question:

  • The newest part of the Greensboro Science Center.

  • Answer

  • What is the Sciquarium?

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What s happening 600

What’s Happening?: 600

  • Question:

  • Rain gardens, terraces, strip cropping, and animal waste management systems are know as this.

  • Answer

  • What are Best Management Practices (BMPs)?

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What s happening 800

What’s Happening?: 800

  • Question:

  • This kind of erosion is considered to be the leading cause of sediment in the water bodies in Davidson County.

  • Answer

  • What is stream bank erosion?

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What s happening 1000

What’s Happening?: 1000

  • Question:

  • Excess amounts of these nutrients lead to algal blooms in freshwater systems.

  • Answer

  • What are nitrogen and phosphorous?

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Wood u 200

Wood U?: 200

  • Question:

  • Cellophane, rayon, and plastics are produced from this natural material.

  • Answer

  • What is wood?

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Wood u 400

Wood U?: 400

  • Question:

  • These fungi help trees to obtain water and nutrients from the soil.

  • Answer

  • What are mycorrhizae?

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Wood u 600

Wood U?: 600

  • Question:

  • Gymnosperms have this kind of seed.

  • Answer

  • What are naked seed?

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Wood u 800

Wood U?: 800

  • Question:

  • The living wood in a tree is known as sapwood or this.

  • Answer

  • What is xylem?

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Wood u 1000

Wood U?: 1000

  • Question:

  • 144 cubic inches of wood.

  • Answer

  • What is one Board Foot?

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That s a four letter word 200

That’s a four letter word: 200

  • Question:

  • The smallest soil particle.

  • Answer

  • What is clay?

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That s a four letter word 400

That’s a four letter word: 400

  • Question:

  • Well decomposed organic matter forms this dark brown, porous, spongy material that has a pleasant earthy smell.

  • Answer

  • What is humus?

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That s a four letter word 600

That’s a four letter word: 600

  • Question:

  • This element gives soil a yellowish, brownish, or reddish color.

  • Answer

  • What is iron?

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That s a four letter word 800

That’s a four letter word: 800

  • Question:

  • This horizon is the transitional layer between the soil and the parent material.

  • Answer

  • What is the C horizon?

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That s a four letter word 1000

That’s a four letter word: 1000

  • Question:

  • Land that has the best combination of physical and chemical characteristics for producing food, feed, fiber, and oil seed crops and is available for these uses.

  • Answer

  • What is Prime Farmland?

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Uncivilized entity 200

Uncivilized Entity: 200

  • Question:

  • Food, water, shelter/cover, space, and proper arrangement.

  • Answer

  • What is habitat?

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Uncivilized entity 400

Uncivilized Entity: 400

  • Question:

  • The main tool to manage wildlife populations.

  • Answer

  • What is a hunting?

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Uncivilized entity 600

Uncivilized Entity: 600

  • Question:

  • Hawks, osprey, falcons, owls, and other large birds of prey fall in this group.

  • Answer

  • What are raptors?

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Uncivilized entity 800

Uncivilized Entity: 800

  • Question:

  • The upper shell of a turtle.

  • Answer

  • What is the carapace?

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I can do that 1000

I can do that: 1000

  • Question:

  • The only marsupial in North America.

  • Answer

  • What is the opossum?

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Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

  • Question:

  • The Endangered Species Act defines this group as “any species that is likely to become endangered within the foreseeable future throughout all or a significant portion of its range.”

  • Answer

  • What is a Threatened Species?

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Daily Double


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