Alright - there's really no asking us what you should study. It's best if you talk with your partner about dividing up the work. Look at the rules sheet, which has all of things you'll need to go. Go on soinc.org and find Water Quality - look at the Training Handout/PowerPoint and the Coach/Coordinator's Handout. That and the wiki will tell you what you need to know.I am relatively new to science olympiad and water quality, and I am being paired with a very experienced partner for my next event- What are the things I should study? (As in sources (books, websites)) I've taken AP environmental last year, if that helps at all. I don't want to be totally leeching off of her experience on the event.
Fecal coliform is a bacteria that appears in our large intestine/colon - obviously, it is found in our feces as well, and the feces of most (all?) mammals.Can someone tell me a bit more on coliform bacteria
Your profile says that you are in Division B, so I am assuming that you are.Hello, I am new to Science Olympiad, and I'm really confused since I haven't asked my teacher for help,
what do I need to study for division B/C specifically? IN other words, what exactly do I need to know for the competitions?
Can someone also please explain the sulfur cycle to me?
For the organisms, yes.Are they asking for ecology, life cycle, and feeding habits as well?
The wiki hasn't been updated... The best thing for you to do is look at the Training Handout and PowerPoint, which can be found at soinc.org. There are a lot of useful notes there.My coach told me this morning that I will be competing Water Quality for the first time on Saturday. My partner has done it before, but she didn't have any notes. Please help!!! Has the Wiki been updated yet???
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