1997-98
NEW MEXICO
HIGH SCHOOL
SUPERCOMPUTING CHALLENGE

TEAM ABSTRACT


Team Number:

031

School Name:

Kirtland Central High School

Area of Science:

Environmental Science

Project Title:

How much pollution would be needed to make pure acid rain?

How much pollution is needed to make pure acid rain? With this information we can find out exatly how much pollution is needed and then be able to tell the major cities to keep their pollution levels under a certain percentage. We hope to get the amount to keep the acid rainfall at a minimum and to keep them from damaging the environment, cars, and people. We plan to find how much pollutants are in normal rain and then find out what sort of pollutants attach to rain. With this we can keep certain chemicals from entering the the air. With this test the amount or acid amount in certain acid rain and determine the pollution level. We then will enter into the computer, the findings, and to try to figure what chemicals/pollutants, and how much, will make pure acid rain.

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