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Wonders Post-Test

  1. Select your School*
  2. Wainwright - Select your Teacher*
  3. East Tipp - Select your Teacher*
  4. Faith Christian - Select your Teacher*
  5. Lafayette Christian - Select your Teacher*
  6. Southwestern MS - Select your Teacher*
  7. Saint Boniface - Select your Teacher*
  8. Roots to Grow - Select your Teacher*
  9. Living Stone - Select your Teacher*
  10. WLIS - Select your Teacher*
  11. What is a watershed?*
  12. The Wabash River's name comes from the native Miami word, "Wabashiki," which means?*
  13. Watersheds can extend beyond county, state, or even country lines.*
  14. You can have an influence on the water quality in the Golf of Mexico.*
  15. Choose an example of something that may harm a watershed. Check all that apply.*
  16. If plants are removed from the banks of a river, erosion can increase. Large quantiities of sediment in the water can be harmful to some freshwater mussels. *
  17. The Wabash and Erie Canal was the longest canal ever built in American.*
  18. Sediment is natural therefor has no impact on water quality.*
  19. Why is dissolved oxygen in water important?*
  20. Invasive Zebra Mussels are:*
  21. Railroads replaced the canal as the most popular means of shipping in the region.*
  22. The Wabash River originates in northwestern Ohio State and empties into the Ohio River.*
  23. How many species of freshwater mussels (order Unionoida) are historically known from Indiana?*
  24. How many layers does the freshwater mussel shell consist of?*
  25. Are freshwater mussels essential to their ecosystem?*
  26. Freshwater mussels are?*
  27. Freshwater mussels eat by filtering bacteria, plankton, and other organic (living) particles from the wagter with their gills.*
  28. A primary duty of freshwater mussels is to filter materials from the water, which in turn helps maintain a healthy aquatic ecosystem.*
  29. What is the best practice to help stormwater quality?*
  30. What percentage of pollutants are removed from wastewater in the treatment process?*
  31. What tool would you use to check if you have the right combination of old and new bacteria?*
  32. How many miles of sanitary and storm sewers are in Lafayette's system?*
  33. Do fish and macroinvertebrates live in the same habitat?*
  34. Why would we collect fish with an electrofisher and not a rod and reel? Check all that apply.*
  35. What is the number one contaminate, by volume, in Indiana's waterways?*
  36. What life stage of fish will we find in backwaters?*
  37. What type of substrate are usually found in the backwater?*
  38. What are aquatic macroinvertebrates?*
  39. What type of habitat do mosquitos need to breed?*
  40. What makes good habitat?*
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