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Overview: The idea for this lesson plan was inspired by Michael Arquin of Santa Catalina School in Monterey, California, who received a teacher grant from the National Geographic Education Foundation in support of a year-long project called Life on the Other Side of the Monterey Bay: An Integrated Study of the Carmel River Watershed.This lesson introduces students to river ecology and addresses the societal and environmental impacts associated with dams and their construction. By understanding dams and their effects on the environment, students will propose the construction or abolition of a dam in their hometown or other geographic area. They will think objectively and critically about real issues affecting the future of rivers.
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