Soils Investigations - 2013 Virtual Conference

These research reports use soil protocols.  (Note: Some may be cross-listed.)

 

Project 002: Floods That Change Lives

Students: Belén Ascarate and Martina Jorge Curia

School: Colegio French

Location: Banfield, Argentina

Teacher: Emiliano Basic

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Project 030: The disappearing pond project

Students: Students of Gerard Wykes

School: North Shore Hebrew Academy High School

Location: Great Neck, New York, USA

Teacher: Gerard Wykes

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Project 029: Does the climate change affect the carbon production in plants?

Students: Students of Ekambaram Elumalai

School: Mercer County Senior High School

Location: Harrodsburg, Kentucky, USA

Teacher: Ekamabaram Elumalai

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Project 008: The influence of Asphalt On Surrounding Short-Grass Soil Tempertature

Students: D'Aire Davis

School: Roswell Kent Middle School

Location: Akron, OH

Teacher: Mr. Frantz

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Project 036: Correlation between invasive plants and soil temperature

Students: Lashia Veng
School: Roswell Kent Middle School
Location: Akron, OH
Teacher: Mr. Franz

 


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Project 010: A Comparative Study of Temperature and Desert Climates

Students: Morgan Rardon
School: Roswell Kent Middle School
Location: Akron, OH
Teacher: Mr. Frantz


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Project 011: The Influence of Asphalt on Surrounding Short-Grass Surface Temperature


Students: Olivia Sendelbach
School: Roswell Kent Middle School
Location: Akron, OH
Teacher: Mr. Frantz

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