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Greenhouse gasses impact on freshwater….the news isn’t good

Topics: Biological Sciences – Ecosystems; Genetics; Earth & Space Sciences – Renewable/Non-renewable resources; The Changing Earth; Additional Careers 

Curriculum Concepts (South Australia): Biological Sciences – Interdependence & Ecosystems; Diversity & Evolution; Earth & Space Sciences – The Earth’s Surface

Years: Year 6; Year 7; Year 10

Not just the oceans, freshwater acidification is happening too

Not just the oceans, freshwater acidification is happening too

The challenger to WRESAT’s crown

Word count: 400

New research proves the existence of freshwater acidification as a result of greenhouse gas emissions – this piece can be used to show the relevance of several teaching topics throughout the Biological Sciences strand, such as ecosystem stability and human impact on that & evolution themes alongside the Earth & Space Science strand & the importance of the water cycle to more than just humans as well as climate change topics.

Please download the FREE accompanying teacher resource for suggested questions for each relevant year level, as well as to see how this resource maps to the Science as a Human Endeavour strand of the National Curriculum.

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