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Algae survey kit includes 1.5 ml culture and culture booklet:
Our scientists have been working with algae for over a decade. This is a premium culture set that is very well taken care of. It is robust and will perform in your laboratory or classroom.
Students will use the scientific method to learn about the importance of algae in aquatic systems: the process of photosynthesis, algae's role in the food web, algae's sensitivity to water quality, and algae's impact on water quality through events like harmful algal blooms (HABs). This lesson offers endless opportunities for discussions on topics like nutrient acquisition, effects of climate change, human impacts and nutrient pollution, dead zones and HAB’s, aquaculture, resource limitations, trophic transfers, predator prey interactions, and much more.
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This kit includes 500mL of algae:
This kit was developed in cooperation with the Georgia Institute of Technology.View full product details
$ 3.99This is the instruction package for the Nannochloropsis occulata kit that we sell. We have been asked by a number of customers to post it for sale. So here you go! View full product details
FreeAlthough not as destructive as human-made global climate change, the environmental damage due to an oil spill can be devastating to ecosystems. This lesson will introduce the some basics of aquatic ecosystems and how they can be changed by the introduction of petroleum. View full product details
$ 2.00The Secchi Stick is a simple analytical device to determine optical density of a liquid. The depth at which the disk is no longer visible is taken as a measure of the transparency of the water. This measure is known as the Secchi depth and is related to water turbidity. We have a video on it's operation on youtube. View full product details