Ozone with Penn

Organization(s):East Cobb Middle School
Student(s):Penn Worden
Grade Level:Secondary School (grades 9-12, ages 14-18)
GLOBE Teacher(s):Twila McMullan
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Report Type(s):Standard Research Report
Protocols:Surface Ozone
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Date Submitted:05/03/2013
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This is an ozone project on how wind affects ozone. So what I did is I put the strips outside with a fan blowing on it, then I controlled the amount of wind put on the strips. As you can see where it says more wind, then medium wind, then less wind. I put a lot of effort into it, and I hope you enjoy!



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What was the most surprising thing you learned from your research? If you could repeat your experiment, what would you do differently and why?

Posted on 5/14/13 9:18 PM.

You mentioned CFC's in your discussion. Do you know if CFC's were present and if so, where were they coming from?

Do you know how CFC's affect ozone?

Posted on 5/23/13 2:44 PM.

Penn,
Thank you for sharing your research. If you are interested in learning more about surface ozone, you may also want to check out your state's website showing air quality in your area: http://www.georgiaair.org/amp/

Posted on 6/3/13 3:12 AM.