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September 2010

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Southview Elementary Enjoys Creek Kids
September 2010

Sport Fish Restoration


Jerry Moss explains how watersheds affect water quality.

Students hear about groundwater and how it provides stream flow.

Alabama has a diverse aquatic fauna; some fish are unique to Alabama, like the Alabama darter, or unique to the Mobile basin, like the Alabama hog sucker.
Southview Elementary School
Southview Elementary School students are smart and ready to answer questions.

Maurice Jackson lead some of the students into the creek to collect aquatic insects, snails and mussels.

  Southview Elementary revisit Tannehill, September 16, 2010.

 

 

Students listen intensively to Brenda Morrsion. Brenda Morrison explains the importance of clean  water to the students.
  Students prepare for their first hands-on activitiy. 


A student sprays water on a watershed model to test the effects of runoff on the landscape.

More 2010 Pictures

Mr. Maurice Jackson
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