2018 Southwest

2018 GLOBE Southwest Regional Student Research Symposium

*Read the 2018 Southwest SRS Highlights here.*

 

Projects Presented at the 2018 Southwest Student Research Symposium:

Title

School

Biodegradable “Plastic” and How it Affects Water Quality (peer choice award winner)

Westview Middle School, CO

How Climate Change Affects Our Tribal Water  (community impact award winner)

Mescalero Apache School, NM

Fish + Food = Science of Aquaponic  (engineering solution award winner)

Mescalero Apache School, NM

The Effects of the Dam on Water Quality of The Palestine City Lakes  (use of GLOBE data award winner)

UT-Tyler Palestine, TX

An Investigation of Macroinvertebrates to Compare the Water Quality of Upper and Lower City Lakes

UT-Tyler Palestine, TX

Monitering Nitrate Levels in Palestine City Lakes

UT-Tyler Palestine, TX

The Effects of Time on Water Sources (research question award winner)

UT-Tyler, TX

Can the type of soil influence weather patterns in a region?

Dove Science Academy, OK

Analyzing Land Cover Type and Surface Temperature In McKittrick Canyon at Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Comparison to Chihuahuan Desert Landscape (communication award winner)

Carlsbad Early College High School

Hydrosphere Investigation of The Upper/Lower Pecos River and McKittrick Canyon at Guadalupe Mountains National Park (research methods award winner)

Carlsbad Early College High School

Investigation of New Mexican Soil: Soil Characterization and Classification of Chihuahuan Desert and McKittrick Canyon at Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Carlsbad Early College High School

 

Symposium Leadership Team:

  • Richard Wagner, Metropolitan State University, Denver, CO