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Study of a Woodland/Pond Area

Study of a Woodland/Pond Area - Group A:  Abiotic

by Judith D. Jones  teacher East Chapel Hill High School 

Names: 

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GROUP A: ABIOTIC (PHYSICAL) FACTORS:

Note: To measure soil temperature 10 cm below the earth, DO NOT use the thermometer to make the hole. Use a pencil instead and then put the thermometer into the pencil hole.

Time of Day: ___________________ 

Air Temperature ______________ 

Amount of Cloud Cover (%)_______ 

Temperature of Water in Pond (surface)__________ 

Temperature of soil at surface _____________ 

Temperature of soil 10 cm into earth _________

pH of the water in three different areas (indicate the locations and pH values on the map below) 

Draw a map of the ponds/woodland area; on your map (using a compass) indicate the directions north/south/east and west.














Describe the amount of light and shade in three different areas (use light meter if available):

a) over the middle of the pond

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b) in the middle of the wooded area

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c) on one of the pathways by the side of the pond

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