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This document features descriptions of interactive learning models and presentations in environmental education concerning groundwater, geology, the environment, weather, water activities, and interactive games. Activities include: (1) GW-Standard; (2) GW-w/no Leaky Underground Storage Tank (No UST); (3) GW-Karst; (4) GW-Landfill Models--Standard (Underground); (5) Groundwater Well Cut-Away; (6) Porosity Tanks (Bottles); (7) EnviroScape w/Groundwater Add-on; (8) Earthquake Tank; (9) Edible Geology (Cake--Faults and Folding); (10) Volcano Demonstration; (11) EnviroScape-Standard; (12) EnviroScape-Hazardous Waste; (13) EnviroScape-Landfill (Surface); (14) EnviroScape-Riparian Add-on; (15) EnviroScape-Wetlands; (16) Wetlands-In-A-Bottle; (17) Wetlands-In-A-Pan; (18) Instant Snowstorm; (19) Weather Demonstration (Tornadoes, Lightning, Thunderstorms, Flooding); (20) 21st Century (Working Reservoir); (21) Water Witch (Water Use, Recycling and Reuse, Water Conservation); (22) Hydro-Explorer (Computer Game--Household Pollution); (23) No-KNOW (Board Game--Surface Pollution); (24) SPLASH (Computer Game--Surface Pollution); (25) Blue Lagoon (Discussion/Participation re: Water Management); (26) Pass-The-Jug (Water Rights and Allocation); (27) Hydraulic Research Laboratory Tours; (28) Storm Drain/Curb Stenciling Program; (29) Classroom Visits; (30) Partnership School Program; (31) Teacher Training Interactive Learning Model and Display Loan Program; (32) Water Festivals; and (33) Special Events (i.e. State Fairs). (CCM)

Descriptors: Demonstrations (Science), Educational Games, Environmental Education, Groundwater, Hands on Science, Integrated Activities, Interaction, Models, Pollution, Science Activities, Science Education, Secondary Education

Bureau of Reclamation, Environmental Education Program, Attn: D-5100, P.O. Box 25007, Denver, CO 80225.

Author: Bureau of Reclamation Dept. of Interior, Denver, CO.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=10749&id=ED430821

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