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Water Bars

By: uvmext

Access to a sugarbush is critical for installing and repairing sap collection equipment, tapping and managing crop trees and responding to the effects of natural disturbances. Quality access to the sugarbush relies and a road and trail system that...

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UWS Prez Team 4

By: smcochra

This is our water quality report for CE254

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SGD 14: Life Below Water (Conserve Marine Ecosystems)

By: sdevoe

EPH 2 presentation on UN SDG 14: Life Below Water

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Glass of Water Counting Device

By: bmonarca

This video is an overview of a device that counts the glasses of water someone drinks per day. It was made for the EE001 final project for the Spring 2020 semester.

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CE254: UWS Determination Group #19

By: smarano

Determination of Unknown Water Samples

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Floating a paper clip in water

By: ldonfort

Using a paper clip L to float another paper clip in water.

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Reverse Osmosis

By: uvmext

Some producers use membrane separation (called "reverse osmosis" or simply "RO" within the maple industry) in addition to evaporation with heat. In this process, sap is forced through membranes that have pores which are large enough for water to p...

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What's In The Sap?

By: uvmext

Maple sap, what's in it? Maple sap is a dilute solution of mainly water (95-99%) and sugar (1-5%), along with trace amounts of other substances, including: organic acids, free amino acids, protein, minerals, and phenolic compounds. Sap coming dire...

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The One About Water-Soluble Vitamins

By: efpope

Today we talk about the water-soluble vitamins, vitamins B and C! What makes them special, how are they helpful to our bodies, where can you find them? We talk it all through with some Beyoncé tie-ins in this video! Vitamin C -1:34 The B Vi...