Module 4 ~ Viva la Difference!

 

Viva La Difference PowerPoint"Viva la difference" Powerpoint™  Upper Elementary       

Teacher Guide - Word Document (118 KB) | PDF File (62 KB) | HTML - Forthcoming!

PowerPoint™ Notes - Word Document (118 KB) | PDF File (62 KB) | HTML

An introduction to the biological productivity of Florida's lakes and the characteristics that make them so unique. Featuring algae, chlorophyll, large aquatic plants, total nitrogen, total phosphorus, with specail appearances by the fish, insects, amphibians, birds and other wildlife that depend on these aquatic systems. Questions and answers are provided at the end of the presentation.

Will be available as a PDF File (4.5 MB)or contact CAIP to have a free copy of the Powerpoint mailed to you.

"Viva la difference" PowerPoint™ Questions and Answers - Forthcoming!

 

 

Invasive Plant Survey - Word Document (109 KB)

 

Trophic State Word Search

 

 

Trophic State Crossword Puzzle

 

"Viva la difference" Powerpoint™ Middle School         

Teacher Guide - Word Document (118 KB) | PDF File (62 KB) | HTML - Forthcoming!

PowerPoint™ Notes - Word Document (118 KB) | PDF File (62 KB) | HTML

An introduction to the biological productivity of Florida's lakes and the characteristics that make them so unique. Featuring algae, chlorophyll, large aquatic plants, total nitrogen, total phosphorus, with specail appearances by the fish, insects, amphibians, birds and other wildlife that depend on these aquatic systems. Questions and answers are provided at the end of the presentation.

Will be available as a PDF File (5.9 MB) or contact CAIP to have a free copy of the Powerpoint mailed to you.

 

"Viva la difference" PowerPoint™ Questions and Answers - Forthcoming!

 

 

Trophic State Word Search

 

Trophic State Crossword Puzzle

 

"Trophic State: Using Water Chemistry and Aquatic Plants to Estimate a Lake's Biological Productivity

Trophic State: A Waterbody's Ability to Support Plants, Fish, and Wildlife - LAKEWATCH Brochure
 
PDF File
(350.77 KB)
 
Trophic State Classification Table
Word Document
(162 KB)
PDF File
(206 KB)
 
Northwest Region
Word Doc.
(366 KB)
PDF File
(48.9 KB)
Northeast Region
Word Doc.
(367 KB)
PDF File
(49.2 KB)
Central Region
Word Document
(367 KB)
PDF File
(49.2 KB)
Southwest Region
Word Document
(367 KB)
PDF File
(49.1 KB)
Southeast Region

Word Document
(367 KB)

PDF File
(49.2 KB)
Measuring Water Clarity with a Secchi Disk
 
 

 

"What Makes a Quality Lake?" DVD Questions
Introduces the benefits of native aquatic plants; problems caused by some exotic aquatic weeds; and introduces the major methods of aquatic plant management.

"Viva la difference" Powerpoint™     High School     

Teacher Guide - Word Document (118 KB) | PDF File (62 KB) | HTML - Forthcoming!

PowerPoint™ Notes - Word Document (118 KB) | PDF File (62 KB) | HTMLAn introduction to the biological productivity of Florida's lakes and the characteristics that make them so unique. Featuring algae, chlorophyll, large aquatic plants, total nitrogen, total phosphorus, with specail appearances by the fish, insects, amphibians, birds and other wildlife that depend on these aquatic systems. Questions and answers are provided at the end of the presentation.

Will be available as a PDF File (5.9 MB) or contact CAIP to have a free copy of the Powerpoint mailed to you.

"Viva la difference" Powerpoint™

 

 

"Viva la difference" PowerPoint™ Questions and Answers - Forthcoming!

 

 

Trophic State Word Search

 

 

 

"Trophic State: Using Water Chemistry and Aquatic Plants to Estimate a Lake's Biological Productivity

Trophic State: A Waterbody's Ability to Support Plants, Fish, and Wildlife - LAKEWATCH Brochure
 
PDF File
(350.77 KB)
 
Trophic State Classification Table

Word Doc.
(162 KB)

PDF File
(206 KB)
 
Northwest Region
Word Doc.
(366 KB)
PDF File
(48.9 KB)
Northeast Region
Word Doc.
(367 KB)
PDF File
(49.2 KB)
Central Region
Word Doc.
(367 KB)
PDF File
(49.2 KB)
Southwest Region
Word Doc.
(367 KB)
PDF File
(49.1 KB)
Southeast Region

Word Doc.
(367 KB)

PDF File
(50.2 KB)
Measuring Water Clarity with a Secchi Disk
 
 

 

"What Makes a Quality Lake?" DVD Questions and Vocabulary
Introduces the benefits of native aquatic plants; problems caused by some exotic aquatic weeds; and introduces the major methods of aquatic plant management.

 


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