Tag Archives: Coochin Creek

Chemistry at Coochin Creek

On Friday 10 August, the Year 11 Chemistry students undertook the annual trip down to Coochin Creek to analyse the water quality of the creek. The students performed various tests to determine quantities such as dissolved oxygen, biological oxygen demand, salinity, pH, conductivity, water hardness and water temperature. The purpose of the excursion was to collect
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The Science Spot – chemistry excursion to Coochin Creek

On Thursday 27 July the Year 11 Chemistry students undertook the annual trip down to Coochin Creek to analyse the water quality of the creek. The students performed various tests to determine quantities such as dissolved oxygen, biological oxygen demand, salinity, pH, conductivity, water hardness and water temperature. The purpose of the excursion was to
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THE SCIENCE SPOT

Combined Chemistry/ Science 21 Excursion to Coochin Creek Coochin Creek Results I received an email from a parent interested in the results from the Coochin Creek Water study earlier this year. One of our Year 11 students, Vanita Mens, has kindly agreed to share her website report where she discusses the results from this study.
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The Science Spot 22 August 2014

Combined Chemistry/Science 21 Excursion to Coochin Creek On Wednesday 13 August the Year 11 Chemistry students undertook the annual trip down to Coochin Creek to analyse the water quality. Joining the Chemistry students for the first time were the Science 21 students .The students performed various tests to determine quantities such as dissolved oxygen, biological
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New Enterprise for the GCCC’s Agricultural Plot

In the past week our Agricultural Science Programme has benefited from a commitment of $500 from Coochin Creek Co-op to assist with the establishment of a Fingerlime orchard. Furthermore, local Fingerlime farmers, Tracy and Gerard Mackle of Coonowrin Fingerlimes, have pledged to support the students in the planning and maintenance of the orchard. Coochin Creek
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