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Research Showcase 2012

2012 Research Showcase Winners

Field Collected Data Project

  1. Measuring the Sky Brightness in Rockland, Maine; Mr. Pete Kalajian
  2. Low level mapping with small cameras and hobby airframes; Mr. Vin Urbanowski

Most Creative/Innovative Project

  1. Did the 2004 Indonesian Tsunami Affect the Area of High Particulate Organic Carbon and High Chlorophyll Concentration?; Ms. Caitlin Anderson Everett
  2. Japan Radiation Cloud; Mr. Peter Dorofy

Community-focused Project

  1. The Effects of Water Temperatures near Florida on the populations of the Trichechus manatus latirostris species; Ms. Julie Mankiewicz
  2. Changing Snowfall in Southern California Mountains; Ms. Jeni Williams

Best Incorporation of Eyes in the Sky Perspective

  1. Correlating aerosol optical depth and the total column water vapor near the coast of Africa; Ms. Julie Mankiewicz
  2. Is There a Relationship Between Type of Plate Boundary and Type of Volcanoes?; Ms. Jenelle Hopkins


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Japan Radiation Cloud
Paul Beam
By Paul Beam Burlington County Institute Technology, Mr. Peter Dorofy, High School (9-12) Individual Project (1 student) Project Overview Picture of Project Details Abstract There has been a lot of stories in the ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Geospatial Technology Tool: ArcGIS, Google Earth
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

Measuring the Sky Brightness in Rockland, Maine
Teal Vickery
By Teal VickeryWatershed School, Mr. Pete Kalajian, High School (9-12)Individual Project (1 student)Project OverviewAbstractI collected and analyzed data of the sky brightness in Rockland, Maine. Over the course ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Geospatial Technology Tool: GPS, AEJEE GIS, Google Earth
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

Changing Snowfall in Southern California Mountains
Nick Esparza
By Nick EsparzaPatriot High School, Ms. Jeni Williams, High School (9-12)Individual Project (1 student)Project OverviewAbstractThe ski resorts have been compensating for Southern California's lack of natural ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Geospatial Technology Tool: Other, Google Earth
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TYPE OF PLATE BOUNDARY AND TYPE OF VOLCANOES?
Alexis Aloia, Myles Alston, Marcus Brown, Taylor Cadenas, Daniel Caldera, Alexandra Cartagena, Joel Contreras, Terrance Ellis, Caitlyn Grant, Austin Dalton, Ashley King, Chandler Lange, Ashton McGraw, Kira Mohammed, Cole Phillips, Juan Ramos, Tatiana Rodriquez, Mary Saylor, Chanell Shelby, Julian Shows , Asia Jennings, Carlos Moreno, Tyler Farmer, Gustavo Canales, Brandon Gates, Ricky Gitz, Katrina Henderson, Coty Hentzell, Jeremy Martinez, Bryce Miles, Andrew McGuire, Shannen Melatti, Callan Minster,
By Alexis Aloia, Myles Alston, Marcus Brown, Taylor Cadenas, Daniel Caldera, Alexandra Cartagena, Joel Contreras, Terrance Ellis, Caitlyn Grant, Austin Dalton, Ashley King, Chandler Lange, Ashton McGraw, Kira ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Geospatial Technology Tool: AEJEE GIS, Google Earth
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

Does the Area with Warm Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies Correlate With the Area of Sea Water with Chlorophyll Concentration 3-60 mg/m^3?
Erica Johnson Hailey Molina
By Erica Johnson, Hailey MolinaSouthridge Highschool, Ms. Caitlin Anderson, High School (9-12)Team Project (2-10 students)Project OverviewAbstractWe sought to find out if Sea surface temperature anomalies effected ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Geospatial Technology Tool: Google Earth, ImageJ
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

Gripping Hurricanes Again
august sempsrott
By August Sempsrott Alex NordellGranby High School, Ms. Michele Baird, High School (9-12)Team Project (2-10 students)Project OverviewAbstractSince 1995, scientists have developed newer and better ways to track ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Geospatial Technology Tool: Other, Google Earth, ImageJ
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

An examination of the effects of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico on algae growth.
Susanna Neal
By Ravi Raman, Susanna NealSouthridge High School, Ms. Caitlin Anderson, High School (9-12)Team Project (2-10 students)Project OverviewAbstractAn examination on the effects of the Gulf Oil Spill on algae ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Geospatial Technology Tool: Google Earth, ImageJ
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

Are we Melting
rachel haneline
By Rachel HanelineGranby High School, Ms. Michele Baird, High School (9-12)Individual Project (1 student)Project OverviewAbstractThe extent of Arctic sea ice is seen as a insightful indicator of climate change. ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Geospatial Technology Tool: Google Earth, ImageJ
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

Sea Surface Temperature around Central America
Maggie Mckenna
By Maggie McKenna, Derek Riessouthridge high school, Ms. Caitlin Anderson, High School (9-12)Team Project (2-10 students)Project Overview DetailsAbstractWe research how much the sea surface temperature had risen ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Geospatial Technology Tool: Google Earth, ImageJ
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

Mapping Evidence: The Trash Bag Killer
Curtis Brown, Chase Braggs, Alton Clay,Susan Gunter, Caleb Herring, Rachel Pittman
By Curtis Brown, Chase Braggs, Alton Clay,Susan Gunter, Caleb Herring, Rachel PittmanNorth Caddo Magnet High Shool, Ms. Karen Merritt, Team Project (2-10 students)Project Overview Google map location of evidence ...

Geospatial Technology Tool: GPS, Google Earth
Presentation Type: PowerPoint

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