RiverXchange 2019-2020
Please be honest when taking this survey. Your answers will be used to help us know how we’re doing at teaching you and your classmates. Thank you!!
How often do you or your family do the following things? Only answer for the items that apply to you.
Always (or Very Often)
Sometimes
Never (or Not Very Often)
Spend less than 10 minutes in the shower
*Pick up your dog's poop, if you have a dog - otherwise leave blank
Drop your trash on the ground
*Water your outdoor plants during the coolest part of the day, if you have any outdoor plants - otherwise leave blank
*Wash chemicals or oil off your driveway into a storm drain
*When you want to wash your family's car, take it to a carwash, if you have a car - otherwise leave blank)
Pour fats, oils or grease down the sink drain
Use your toilet as a trash can (for example, flush it just to get rid of tissues, Q-tips or other trash)
When you notice a leaky faucet, tell an adult to have it fixed
Go hiking, camping or visit the Rio Grande River
What is the definition of "watershed"? *
How much precipitation does your city (Albuquerque or Rio Rancho) receive each year, on average? *
Where does the Rio Grande River start and eventually end? *
How is surface water (like a river, lake, bay or ocean) often polluted? Choose all answers that apply. *
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ALBUQUERQUE STUDENTS ONLY: From what direct source(s) does your city, get their drinking water?
Only the aquifer
Several arroyos and a lake
The Rio Grande river and the aquifer
The ocean
Albuquerque
RIO RANCHO STUDENTS ONLY: From what direct source(s) does your city, get their drinking water?
Only the aquifer
Several arroyos and a lake
The Rio Grande river and the aquifer
The ocean
Rio Rancho
Match the definitions for drinking water, stormwater and wastewater.
Drinking Water
Stormwater
Wastewater
Water from precipitation that runs off the land and surfaces into street gutters, drains or arroyos.
Used water from household drains and toilets that goes through sewers to a reclamation plant or into a septic system.
Water that comes from wells or a natural body of water and is cleaned at a treatment plant for daily use.
TRUE or FALSE. When it rains, your community's stormwater goes directly to the Rio Grande without being cleaned. *
TRUE or FALSE. Water has influenced human settlements and culture in the following ways: *
True
False
Humans have usually settled near water for drinking, farming, and/or fishing.
Humans now can just live wherever they want, without worrying about water.
Humans have sometimes abandoned their settlements if there was not enough water.
Humans have developed new technologies over time to solve water problems.
Humans have settled near water for the purposes of building industry, to put out fires, and/or transportation.
Which of these things DO NOT use our precious, clean drinking water? Choose all that apply. *
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Where does your city's wastewater go? Choose one answer. *
Which of the following is NOT a method that farmers use to conserve water. *
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What are some of the ways that humans have changed river ecosystems? Choose all answers that apply. *
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Do you think everyone has a right to clean, drinking water and why?
Your answer
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