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4. Classify each organism found by your class into the groups shown in Table 2. Write the name of the organism and the number found in the appropriate column of the table. You may wish to create your own table similar to the one shown. ) Worm Mollusk (snails, slugs) Other E a. Field Study Number found Thinking about what you observed Did you see the organisms that you predicted before you began your field study? Explain your answer. b. What factors might have influenced your field study. How might you make the results more inclusive of all of the organisms found in the school yard?
29 E Thinking about what you observed a. What do the results of this investigation tell you about the pollutant you tested? b. Did you observe any physical effects or changes when you observed your brine shrimp closely? c. How could you modify the experiment to get a more precise amount for your acceptable pollutant level? d. Do you think the pollutant you tested has the same effect on every other organism on Earth? Why or why not? e. How can acceptable levels of a pollutant be determined for a particular environment?
B. What types of organisms do you think you will observe in your field study? Explain your predictions. C Gathering data 1. Observing the conditions: Observe and record the date, time, and weather conditions including temperature, precipitation, cloud cover, and wind. 2. Creating a map of your area: Begin by creating a map of the area that you are to study. Draw its boundaries and include features such as large rocks, buildings, sidewalks, etc. ) You should also make a note of what type of community your area represents: meadow, wetlands, pond, woods, etc.