PROBE Oil Spill and Its Adverse Effects

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Published on 2010 February 24th

This material is in the form of Student Activity Cards. The activities included here stimulate the hazards brought about by oil spill upon the environment.
To describe the immiscibility between oil and water (fresh or seawater),
Measure the area covered by a teaspoonful of gasoline or used motor oil simulating an oil spill,
Calculate and infer the area which can be covered by one gallon of oil if 1 gallon = 768 teaspoons,
Calculate and infer the possible areas covered by different oil – carrying vessels which might accidentally spill oil over a large body of water

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K to 12
Grade 10
Living Things and Their Environment Matter
Educators, Learners, Students
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