New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge

HOW DO WE USE THE RAINFALL WATER MORE EFFICIENTLY IN THE SATE OF NEW MEXICO?

Team: 95

School: Picacho Mid

Area of Science: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


Proposal: OUR HYPOTHESIS IS THAT IF WE RECYCLE AND REUSE RAINFALL WATER FOR HEALTHIER PURPOSES SUCH AS LOCAL CROPS, HOUSEHOLD AND GARDEN CHORES WE WOULD INCREASE EFFECTIVELY THE EFFICIENCY OF THE USE OF WATER IN THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO.

Having a drought in the state of New Mexico causes problems such as failing crops, water shortage, and less spending money for the city. We are using our money to help with water saving ideas and experiments. We would like to help our state because in the future, we would like to not have problems as adults.

We are going to use StarLogo to model our project/experiment. We’ll probably have bigger problems with the economy, pay reduction, and even job losses. We would like to help the state of New Mexico by showing our ideas to scientists who might promote going to help and give back to the state of New Mexico.

Team Members:
1) Alex Barrera
2) Tianna Ortega
3) Ryan Cardona
4) Arturo Dominguez
5) Brandon Woodword

Our sponsors: are Mrs. Bischof, Mrs. Hagaman, Mrs. Kindig, and Mrs. Stout


Team Members:

  brandon woodward
  Alex Barrera
  Ryan Cardona
  Obed Dominguez
  Tianna Ortega

Sponsoring Teacher: Patricia Bischof

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