[SC2015] (5) 16 :
16 ) Collect and organize scientific ideas that individuals and communities can
use to protect Earth's natural resources and its environment (e.g., terracing
land to prevent soil erosion, utilizing no-till farming to improve soil
fertility, regulating emissions from factories and automobiles to reduce air
pollution, recycling to reduce overuse of landfill areas).
[SC2015] ES6 (6) 15 :
15 ) Analyze evidence (e.g., databases on human populations, rates of
consumption of food and other natural resources) to explain how changes in human
population, per capita consumption of natural resources, and other human
activities (e.g., land use, resource development, water and air pollution,
urbanization) affect Earth's systems.
[DLIT] (1) 20 :
14) Discuss the purpose of collecting and organizing data.
[DLIT] (3) 23 :
17) Describe examples of data sets or databases from everyday life.
Examples: Library catalogs, school records, telephone directories, or contact lists.