CSSF Category Awards: 2008
Mammalian Biology

Junior Division


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J1122 — First Place
Siegen A. McKellar, Grade 7 portrait
To Breathe or Not to Breathe: Is Swim Sprint Time Faster with Normal or Reduced Breathing?
Advisor: Ms. Michelle Arias
School: El Cerrito Middle School, Corona, Riverside County
J1120 — Second Place
Grace A. Kumaishi, Grade 7 portrait
Take a Deep Breath: Lung Capacity, Age, and Exercise
Advisor: Ms. Stefanie Brown
School: Mission Hill Junior High School, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County
J1102 — Third Place
Claire V. Appelmans, Grade 7 portrait
Musical Mutts
Advisor: Mr. Kevin Lane
School: Pacific Union School, Arcata, Humboldt County
J1127 — Fourth Place
Ashton W. Pomrehn, Grade 7 portrait
Crossed Hand-Eye Dominance: How Does It Affect Free-Throw Shooting?
Advisor: Mr. David LaBolle
School: Sunny Brae Middle School, Arcata, Humboldt County
J1111 — Honorable Mention
Matthew K. DeVogelaere, Grade 7 portrait
When and Where Do Harbor Seals Haul Out on Mudflats?
Advisor: Mr. Gary Kreeger
School: San Carlos Elementary School, Monterey, Monterey County
J1117 — Honorable Mention
Matthew L. Honig, Grade 7 portrait
Motor Mouth vs. Motor Skills
Advisor: Ms. Denise Tayco
School: Pershing (John J.) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1121 — Honorable Mention
Jennifer A. Laird, Grade 7 portrait
Males or Females: Who Rules and Who Drools in (Dog) Intelligence?
Advisor: Mrs. Susan Glembotski
School: Lewis (Harvey L.) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1130 — Honorable Mention
Matthew D. Thompson, Grade 8 portrait
Cartilage Replacement: A Technique to Prevent Traumatic Arthritis
Advisor: Mr. Chris Verioti
School: St. John School, Encinitas, San Diego County

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