The Waverly School: Creating a Fresh Water Ecosystem



The Biology and AP Biology students at The Waverly high school are creating a fresh water ecosystem to study topics such as photosynthesis, pH, salinity, dissolved O2 levels, animal behavior, and ecology. Students have contributed their time and resources outside of the classroom to get this project up and running. Students who have more experience with ecosystems are leading the project and helping others understand the delicate relationships required to create a thriving and self-sustaining ecosystem.

The Waverly School, 67 W. Bellevue Drive, Pasadena, (626) 792-5940 or visit thewaverlyschool.org.

 

 

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