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Team: DLS Waterford

Irland 16 år gammel   2 /

Projektets titel:

Klima/milj√łp√•virkning fra byggeriet p√• vandkvaliteten i floden

Forskningssp√łrgsm√•l

What are the effects of the North Quays construction project on the River Suir’s water quality and if it may have an environmental effect.

Identificer det lokale milj√ł/klimaproblem, du √łnsker at unders√łge.

What we are aiming to investigate is the construction of the North Quays and what effects it may possibly be having on water quality and the aquatic life.
We are going to find this out by conducting numerous tests that will hopefully give us an outcome we are happy with. We also want to see if it could potentially cause rain to become more acidic if there is a rise in pH in the water.

Projektets emne

Klimaforandringer

Beskriv, hvordan du planl√¶gger at unders√łge det identificerede problem, og hvilke data du planl√¶gger at analysere.

We plan to investigate this problem by:
Conducting routine testing on different points of the River Suir, we will be testing the pH of the water, carrying out dissolved oxygen testing, total dissolved and suspended solids tests and also recording the temperatures of each sample we take on-site.
We will firstly collect our samples using glass jars at the following locations, (two locations before the bridge), Polerone Quay Mooncoin, Newarthill slip, (two locations after the bridge) Waterford Castle and Neptune Marina.
We will take our samples back to the school labs for further testing (e.g) pH/dissolved oxygen.


Din feedback

Ekspertfeedback Fase 1 - 2023-2024
Er det foresl√•ede problem et problem, som de studerende rent faktisk kan unders√łge? Er det gennemf√łrligt, realistisk? Forklar venligst hvorfor eller hvorfor ikke. Er forholdet til klimaet/det lokale milj√ł beskrevet? Angiv om n√łdvendigt den bredere videnskabelige kontekst, som det identificerede problem tilh√łrer.