Browse by Topic: Runoff
Salt used on winter roads could eventually make water supplies toxic to wildlife and unfit to drink.
Baltimore and the Northeast receive high amounts of snowfall. These areas use road salt to help melt the snow and ice.
Water in our homes originates in nature.
Pollutants reach water sources through runoff.
Each city has its own water supply, but different water supplies can be affected by the same factors.
What happens on land affects water.
Getting a start on graphing the salt level data.
Using data to make conclusions about Baltimore’s water supply and road salt.
This exercise should familiarize the students with the graphic organizers.