Tests of Water Quality

Unit 6: Watersheds and Water Quality
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT explain the parameters of water quality and the chemical tests scientists use to determine water quality.

Big Idea: Water quality can be determined by tests that measure pH, dissolved oxygen, nitrates, phosphates, turbidity, and fecal coliform.

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Science, Human Impact on Earth, water, Environmental Education
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