Earth Sciences/ Planetary Sciences/ Physical Environments

S0501 Barceloux, Colin J. Grade 10, Los Angeles County
Erosion With Modeling: What Methods Work the Best to Stop Erosion?
Advisor: Ms. Susanna Newkirk
School: Chaminade College Preparatory, West Hills
S0502 DeFelice, D. Christopher Grade 9, Kern County
Does Lithologic Heterogeneity Significantly Influence Deformation Within a Given Stress Regime?
Advisor: Mr. Robert Coons
School: Bakersfield High School, Bakersfield
S0503 Francuz, Amanda M. Grade 10, Riverside County
How Does Carbon Dioxide's Ability to Absorb Heat Compare with Other Atmospheric Gases?
Advisor: Mr. John Gifford
School: Polytechnic High School, Riverside
S0504 Gargan, Annelies T. Grade 9, Monterey County
Advisor: Mr. Brendan Daly
School: Santa Catalina School, Monterey
S0504 Noble, Jesse B. Grade 9, Monterey County
Advisor: Mr. Brendan Daly
School: Santa Catalina School, Monterey
S0505 Goebel, Shenaya P. Grade 12, San Mateo County
How Do Temperature and Pressure Affect the Refraction of Light in the Atmosphere as Seen from a Satellite?
Advisor: Ms. Tanya Buxton
School: Menlo High School, Atherton
S0506 Gordon, Colleen Grade 11, Fresno County
A Seasonal Study of the Nitrate Levels in the San Joaquin and Kings Rivers: Year Three
Advisor: Mr. Larry Constantino
School: Clovis West High School, Fresno
S0507 Haugland, Matthew J. Grade 12, Santa Clara County
The Rain Shadow Effect
Advisor: Mr. Lewis Smith
School: Leigh High School, San Jose
S0508 Kohanteb, Arash D. Grade 10, Orange County
How Did All That Oxygen Get Into the Water?
Advisor: Mrs. Lyn Harvey
School: Capistrano Valley High School, Mission Viejo
S0509 Ly, Linda N. Grade 9, Ventura County
Water World
Advisor: Mrs. Shelley Zadik
School: Hueneme High School, Oxnard
S0510 Mantegani, Michelle L. Grade 11, Marin County
Pollution Takes a Ride from the Spillway to the Bay
Advisor: Mr. Mitch Cohen
School: Redwood High School, Larkspur
S0511 Morris, Jeff M. Grade 11, Los Angeles County
Which Type of Clouds Block the Most UV Rays?
Advisor: Mr. Larry Walker
School: Calabasas High School, Calabasas
S0512 Openshaw, John J. Grade 11, Los Angeles County
Detection of Naturally Occurring Suspended Solid Water Pollutants by a He-Ne- Laser
Advisor: Mr. Victor De la Loza
School: California Academy of Mathematics & Science, Carson
S0513 Sani, Lisa M. Grade 10, Fresno County
Factors that Affect Liquefaction of Solids
Advisor: Mr. Nathan Whittington
School: Sanger High School, Sanger

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