CSSF Category Awards: 2014
Earth & Planetary Sciences

Junior Division

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Awards Ceremony photo to come

J0813 — First Place
Natalie C. White, Grade 6
Flight of the Falcon: Measurement of Cosmic Rays in the Upper Atmosphere
Advisor: Mrs. Diane Loflin
School: Quail Lake Charter School, Clovis, Fresno County
J0899 — Second Place
Aidan L. Brem, Grade 7
Testing the Accuracy of a Homemade Magnetometer in Tracking Solar Flares
Advisor: Mrs. Roxanne Hunker
School: Rhoades (The) School, Encinitas, San Diego County
J0804 — Third Place
Jordyn L. Harper, Grade 7
Caelen G. McQuilkin, Grade 7
Freezing Warm: Thermopoles in the Snow
Advisor: Ms. Rebecca Clayton
School: Lee Vining Elementary School, Lee Vining, Mono County
J0809 — Fourth Place
Jakob Saloner, Grade 8
Do Solar/Lunar Positions Influence Earthquakes?
Advisor: Mrs. Marilyn Sniffen
School: Chabad Hebrew Academy, San Diego, San Diego County
J0806 — Honorable Mention
Daniel J. Lorell, Grade 8
Magnificent Magnetic Micrometeorites
Advisor: Mr. Eric Hartung
School: Pressman (Rabbi Jacob) Academy, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
J0812 — Honorable Mention
Hannah M. Steagall, Grade 8
Does Soil Density Affect Water Evaporation Rates?
Advisor: Mr. Craig Jones
School: Washington Academic Middle School, Sanger, Fresno County


Listings of All projects in this panel and All Category Awards

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