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KAHO Electrical Conductivity

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Primary funding from the College of Natural Sciences.

Additional funding from
the Bohemian Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the National Park Service,
the Colorado State
Science Fair, Inc., as well as private donors.

B307 Natural & Environmental Sciences
1231 East Drive
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1802

p: (970) 491-1700
f: (970) 491-2005

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Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park in Hawai'i is an ideal place to study the Electrical Conductivity (EC) of natural waters. The EOC has developed a backpack available for loan from the park that contains everything you need to have up to 30 students work in seven small teams with professional grade equipment. There is safe and easy access to rainwater, groundwater, brackish water from an ancialine pool, and seawater at the park.
 


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For more information, contact: Andrew Warnock

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