Locate Academic Alignments For - Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf

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Academic Alignment Authority: Delaware

Subject Matter / Course: Science

The following academic standards have been aligned to Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf

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Delaware
Science
Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf
Ages: 10
Identify natural (i.e., wildfire, flood, drought) and man-made changes (forest clear cutting, input of pollutants, filling in of marshland) to an ecosystem. Discuss how these changes affect the balance of an ecosystem.
Delaware
Science
Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf
Ages: 10
Identify natural (i.e., wildfire, flood, drought) and man-made changes (forest clear cutting, input of pollutants, filling in of marshland) to an ecosystem. Discuss how these changes affect the balance of an ecosystem.
Delaware
Science
Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf
Ages: 17
Evaluate decisions about the use of resources in one country and how these decisions can impact the diversity and stability of ecosystems globally.
Delaware
Science
Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf
Ages: 17
Analyze ways in which human activity (i.e., producing food, transporting materials, generating energy, disposing of waste, obtaining fresh water, or extracting natural resources) can affect ecosystems and the organisms within.
Delaware
Science
Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf
Ages: 17
Evaluate decisions about the use of resources in one country and how these decisions can impact the diversity and stability of ecosystems globally.
Delaware
Science
Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf
Ages: 17
Analyze ways in which human activity (i.e., producing food, transporting materials, generating energy, disposing of waste, obtaining fresh water, or extracting natural resources) can affect ecosystems and the organisms within.
Delaware
Science
Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf
A
Ages: 9, 10
Human activities may cause pollution of air, water and soil.
Delaware
Science
Deepwater Horizon: Disaster in the Gulf
B
Ages: 9, 10
Different technologies are used to access resources to meet human wants and needs. In many cases the environment is affected and resources become limited. Some activities may include burning of fossil fuels, logging, building of highways, shopping centers, and dams, introduction of one species to control another species, spraying of insects, as well as some aspects of farming.

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