University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Using Dendrochronology to Determine the Age and Past Environments of the Black Forest Region, Colorado, USA part of Rates and Time:GSA Activity Posters
The use of dendrochronology in determining the geologic history of a location. The development of an understanding how tree growth can indicate the relationships between climate, geomorphology, ecology and archeology.
Using Data Analysis from Student Field Investigations and Internet Searches to Determine the Relationships Between Tree Ring Dating, Wildfires, and Floods by Elementary and Middle School Classes part of Cutting Edge:Data, Simulations and Models:Workshop 03:Activities
Students need to understand the four spheres of the earth and how they relate to one another. This project uses a combination of Internet investigations and multiple field investigations to develop an understanding of the Earth.
Analyzing a Drainage Basin to Understand Flooding and Erosion Problems: K-16 Student Levels part of Cutting Edge:Geoscience in the Field:Field Experiences:Posters
The use of hands-on/minds-on investigation of flowing water with flooding and erosion mitigation the focus. Students from kindergarten to graduate students have completed the investigation.