AP Bio Class Tests Inner Harbor's Aquatic Health

The eleventh grade AP Biology class recently boarded the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Stanley Norman skipjack at the Baltimore Inner Harbor for a hands-on exploration of the Bay and other aquatic ecosystems.
The group participated in several activities to investigate the biotic and abiotic factors that affect the health of the Bay. After learning to tie nautical knots, testing the harbor’s water quality, trawling (fishing with nets) and dissecting oysters they dredged, the students identified, examined and discussed the various species they found. The class wrapped up their adventure with an animated discussion about biodiversity in the aquatic ecosystem, the watershed, and restoration efforts for the health of the Bay with Chesapeake Bay Foundation representatives.
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    • AP Bio Students Test Inner Harbor Aquatic Health
    • AP Bio Students Test Inner Harbor Aquatic Health
    • AP Bio Students Test Inner Harbor Aquatic Health
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