Intern Videos – Draft – Edwards Aquifer Authority

Intern Videos – Draft

EAA Karst Learning Lab – Home Edition | Sugar Karst Caves

EAA Karst Learning Lab – Home Edition | Recharge Zone Activity

Join Julia as she creates a sugar karst cave model to show how water seeps underground, and overtime can erode rock to create sinkholes.

Follow along with Maegan as she walks you through this Recharge Zone Activity to explain how water enters into the Edwards Aquifer. The Recharge Zone of the Edwards Aquifer is made up of mostly of limestone rock, which is a very porous medium that allows for water to flow through the void spaces and fill the Edwards Aquifer.

EAA Karst Learning Lab – Home Edition | Rain Cloud in a Jar

EAA Karst Learning Lab – Home Edition | Water Cycle in a Water Bottle

Tune in to our Karst Learning Lab (Home Edition) by following along with Maegan as she makes a rain cloud in a jar to represent the different parts of the water cycle!

Follow along with Julia as she walk through the steps for creating the water cycle in a water bottle – this simple activity can be done or modified with supplies you probably have around you home too!

EAA Karst Learning Lab – Home Edition | Recycled/Upcycled Bird Feeder

Karst Learning Lab – Home Edition | Rain Gauge

DYK? Birds play a significant role in land management throughout the Edwards Aquifer region. Follow along as Maegan upcycles an aluminum can into a bird feeder, which is a great activity for kids!

Collect and measure the amount of rain that falls by following along with Julia as she makes a rain gauge with supplies you can find at home.

Karst Learning Lab – Home Edition | DYKH2O?

Karst Learning Lab – Home Edition | Water Tower Activity

Follow along with Alexa as she learns and creates a word quilt based on terminology related to the environment, aquifer protection, and science.

Learn about translucency and opacity in this quick educational water tower activity demonstrated by Maegan.

Karst Learning Lab – Home Edition | Drainage Area

DYK? The Drainage Area (Contributing Zone) is the catchment area for the Edwards Aquifer System. Learn more about the drainage area with Julia in this activity – a great educational activity for children!

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