USGS Scientists and Third Grade Students Explore Water Issues at Lagoon Days
Del Mar students learned about wetland ecosystems at this yearís San Dieguito Lagoon Days, an annual event attended by approximately 600 third-graders. Studentís curriculum was brought to life as U.S. Geological Survey scientists led students in experiments that allowed them to delve into dynamics of water quality within the San Dieguito Lagoon. Students experienced the importance of lagoons to both ocean and river ecosystems at the event which took place from June 5-7th, 2012. The San Dieguito River Park JPA, California Coastal Commission, and other agencies also gave presentations on a variety of Lagoon Ecosystem topics. The San Dieguito Lagoon is a restoration project by Southern California Edison designed to attract and nourish wildlife.
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