Most of us live in areas where sources of water exist nearby as oceans, rivers, lakes, ponds, streams, reservoirs, wells, or even underground streams. But in some places, like the desert, water is hard to find and a precious resource. In this environmental engineering science project, you will investigate one way that people living in arid regions can collect water inexpensively: dew traps.
Objectives : To build two dew traps of different diameters and determine how the amount of water collected depends on the surface area of the trap.
-Michelle Maranowski, PhD, Science Buddies
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-Kristin Strong, Science Buddies