CSSF Category Awards: 2008

Junior Division


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J2017 — First Place
Mackenzie L. Spencer, Grade 8 portrait
Spaced Out: A Study of Perching Distances between Pigeons
Advisor: Mrs. Kim Miller
School: Goleta Valley Junior High School, Goleta, Santa Barbara County
J2014 — Second Place
Andrew P. Schwandt, Grade 8 portrait
Bradley G. Schwandt, Grade 8 portrait
Humwhere over the Rainbow: Do Hummingbirds Prefer Colored Nectar from the Warm End of the Color Spectrum?
Advisor: Mr. Soravin Chan
School: Villegas (Ysmael) Middle School, Riverside, Riverside County
J2001 — Third Place
Matthew G. Austin, Grade 8 portrait
Which Characteristic Is Most Influential in Attracting Bees to a Flower: Fragrance, Color or Flavor?
Advisor: Mr. Kevin Keller
School: Heritage Academy, Bakersfield, Kern County
J2008 — Fourth Place
Taryn T. Harris, Grade 7 portrait
Anthocyanins vs. Anthoxanthins: Will Helix aspersa Exhibit a Preference?
Advisor: Mrs. Roxanne Hunker
School: Rhoades (The) School, Encinitas, San Diego County
J2009 — Honorable Mention
Nanor H. Kassabian, Grade 7 portrait
Too Hot, Too Cold, Just Right: The Effect of Temperature on the Development Time of Drosophila melanogaster
Advisor: Mrs. Lida Gevorkian
School: Chamlian (Vahan & Anoush) Armenian School, Glendale, Los Angeles County
J2020 — Honorable Mention
Jessica J. WuWoods, Grade 7 portrait
Which Sugar(s) Do Hummingbirds Prefer?
Advisor: Ms. Barbara Orosz
School: Lakeside Middle School, Irvine, Orange County

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