Project STEM is a unique, transdisciplinary program involves high school teachers and students from both Foundations of Technology classes and Environmental Science classes in two interrelated meaningful watershed educational experiences (MWEEs). By leveraging the assets developed by the Hood College Center for Coastal and Watershed studies, the GLOBE program, and the NOAA Environmental Science Training Center, Project STEM employs schoolyards as sites to monitor and assess the impacts of thermal pollution on local stream health. Students completing the program will understand the importance of urban environments as "heat islands" and the ways in which these impacts can be mitigated.
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The Assembly Guide provides detailed instructions to assemble a Project BWET-STEM temperature logger using parts available on the internet.
The Programming Guide provides instructions for loading the program onto the device..
This document provides detailed information on logger use and components of the device.