New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge

How the gasoline travels in water and how we can solve the problem?

Team: 1006

School: Picacho Mid

Area of Science: Environmental Science


Proposal: We will model gasoline contaminating a river that goes into a lake. We will show how the gasoline travels. We will also show how much contaminant is too much (how much it takes before it’s too toxic, only surface water). Also how the fish (cat fish) around the area where the water is contaminated, near the area affected and how they are affected.

We will model this by making a figure that demonstrates how the water may be contaminated. And we will also model using StarLogo program how we can try to de-contaminate it.

Team members: McKenna, Jazmin, Arielle, Brianna, and Richard

Facilitators: Mrs. Stout, Mrs. Bischof, Mrs. Kindig, and Mrs. Hagaman


Team Members:

  Arielle Sedillo
  McKenna Thelen
  Richard Fraire
  Jazmin De Anda
  Brianna Chacon

Sponsoring Teacher: Melanie Stout

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