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Run-off water by itself wouldn't be appropriate.

See the 27 August Project update.  Your team needs to start with a "piece
of trash" or "trash item".  It could then interact with run-off water and
you could follow that.

Steve

On Tue, Oct 20, 2015 at 10:51 AM, Kiki Sweigart <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> One of our FROGBOTICS teams wants to know if they can "trace" run off into
> water / streams as a pollutant for their project?
> One of our students has done quite a lot of research on it , so please let
> us know asap.
>
> THANKS
> KIKI
>
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