Earth and Environmental Science

Earth Sciences
Perform these 27 challenging AP* and Advanced Environmental Science labs using the Teacher Guide and these sensors…

CO₂ Sensor

›› Cellular Respiration and Carbon Cycle

CO₂ Sensor + Water Quality Sensor

›› Determining Soil Quality

›› Toxicology Using Yeast

›› Yeast Respiration

Fast Response Temperature Probe

›› Energy Content of Food

GPS Sensor + Light Sensor + Stainless Steel Temperature Probe + My World GIS

›› Biodiversity and Invasive Species = redbox GIS+

›› Biodiversity and Native Species = redbox GIS+

GPS Sensor + My World GIS

›› Survivorship and Mortality Curves: Cemetery Dynamics

GPS Sensor + Weather/Anemometer + My World GIS

›› Urbanization and Land Use

My World GIS

›› Acid Deposition and Natural Water Bodies

›› Ecological Niche: Coral Reefs = bluebox GIS

›› Global Resources and Energy Consumption = bluebox GIS

›› Human Population Dynamics = bluebox GIS

›› Plate Tectonics = bluebox GIS

›› Pollution and Harmful Algal Blooms = bluebox GIS

›› Wind Power: Where Do We Build? = bluebox GIS

O₂ Gas Sensor + CO₂ Gas Sensor + Temperature Sensor

›› Photosynthesis and Cell Respiration in a Terrarium

O₂ Gas Sensor + CO₂ Gas Sensor + Water Quality Sensor + Weather/Anemometer + Colorimeter

›› Modeling an Ecosystem

Stainless Steel Temperature Probe

›› Insolation and the Seasons

›› Investigating Specific Heat

Turbidity Sensor + Water Quality Sensor

›› Water Treatment

Water Quality Sensor

›› Air Pollution and Acid Rain

›› Photosynthesis and Primary Productivity

Water Quality Sensor + Turbidity Sensor + Weather/Anemometer + GPS Sensor (optional)

›› Monitoring Water Quality


›› Monitoring Microclimates

Light Sensor + Fast Response Temperature Probe

›› Sunlight, Intensity, Reflectivity

Light Sensor + Weather/Anemometer

›› Weather in a Terrarium

bluebox GIS (Exploration using My World GIS software).

redbox GIS+ (Includes student-collected data using sensors and explorations in My World GIS software)