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Flashcards in Eighth Rule Quiz (Green Gen and Hydrogeology) Deck (5):
1

In Green Generation, how many sections are in the competition?

What four things does it include?

What is it covering this year?

What will it cover next year?

3 of equal point value

Analysis, interpretation or use of charts, graphs, and sample data

Terrestrial issues and population growth issues

Aquatic issues, air quality issues and climate change,

2

In Green Generation, how will it be scored?

How will the students be ranked?

What type of score wins?

How will ties be broken?

What are the three resources?

Questions will be assigned point values

Highest to lowest

High

By predetermined tiebreaker questions

Green generation CD, bio/ earth cd, and the American chemical society climate science toolkit

3

In Hydrogeology, what will the students do?

How many people are on a team?

What is the time limit?

What will the supervisor provide (2)?

What will the students bring (4)?

What should both the students and supervisors refer to?

Manipulate a groundwater computer model, answer questions about groundwater concepts, and evaluate solutions, based on hydrogeological evidence, to reduce anthropogenic effects on ground water

2

50 min

Answer sheets and modeling resources

Calculator, writing utensil, protractor, and 8.5" X 11" note sheet

Groundwater.org for event guides, sample tests, event set up recommendations, stated online resources, and more

4

In Hydrogeology, how many parts should the test take place in?

What type of score wins?

What is the percent break down?

What is the first tie breaker?

What is the second tie breaker?

What must certain answers include?

What are the three resources?

3

High

1- 25% 2- 25% 3- 50%

Highest score on part 3

Highest score on selected questions on part one

Include units when appropriate

Hydrogeology dvd, problem solving and technology cd, and groundwater.org

5

In Green Generation, what will the students do?

How many people are on a team?

Do you have to impound?

What is the time limit?

What are the specifics for the cheat sheet?

What else can the participants bring?

Demonstrate an understanding of general ecological principles, the history and consequences of human impact on our environment, solutions, to reversing trends and sustainability concepts.

2

No

50 min

8.5" X 11" sheet of paper with information on both sides

Two non-graphing calculators, no other resources