I'll write the question:-
Please choose a project based on water. You may choose a topic from the list provide or think so something different. you have to produce a scientific poster based on you research and present it on the science fair day. Topics on water:-
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i don't actually get what to do .. i mean i do a poster.. O.K but what exactly .. i want you to explain it to me and add new ideas.. what the hell do i do with that list... lets say i choose drinking water... umm like .. what do i do with it?? Thanks for anyone who'll help
You should pick one of these that is the most interesting to you or one that you already know something about.
For example, if you were going to pick agriculture, you might research the kinds of irrigation that are used in your area (I don't know where you live...). You could find out if farmers in your area irrigate in ways that are efficient or not. You could find out if there are conflicts between farmers and other people who want to use the water. You could find out whether agricultural chemicals are causing any problems for the water supply--whether they are showing up in groundwater, for example.
But most of all, I think that you need to pick something that sounds interesting to you so you can do a good job at the science fair.
Thanks pohnpei397! Nice suggestion, I'll think 'bout it!
...Help plz!! Need more Ideas...
coolnoda why dont you think of producing electricity frm industrail waste
coolnoda you think of producing electricity through the flow of water it would be more creative and attractive because all of thm r in a race to find new ways of non polluting source of electricity
take solar panels ,take extension wire cut the wire fit the solar panels in it then it will produce electricity withouth wire through sun
Perhaps you could research how water levels in the atmosphere affect weather and weather patterns. How does wind, the jet stream, high/low pressure etc affect water or conversely, how does water in the atmosphere affect those things? It might be interesting to learn more about what affects our weather or how our weather comes to be. You could research how meteorologists make their predictions for rainfall or snowfall, how humidity is measured, how humidity affects temperature, etc.
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