CSSF Project Listings: 2008
Zoology

Senior Division

 Photo Gallery 

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S2001
Julie R. Baker, Grade 12 portrait
Karen D. Nichols, Grade 12 portrait
Something Smells Fishy! The Study of Molly Fish, in Relation to the Chemical Migratory Phenomenon of Alaskan Salmon
Advisor: Mr. Mark Grubb
School: Desert High School, Edwards, Kern County
S2002
Audrianna R. Bonilla, Grade 10 portrait
Rebekah B. Doyle, Grade 10 portrait
U.V. on A.E.
Advisor: Mr. Richard Smith
School: Buena High School, Ventura, Ventura County
S2003
Laura J. Botzong, Grade 12 portrait
The Effects of Environmental Nitrite Levels on the Reproductive Success of Purple Sea Urchins
Advisor: Ms. Marta Wood
School: Palos Verdes High School, Palos Verdes Estates, Los Angeles County
S2004
Keheira L. Burnett, Grade 11 portrait
Cages or Tanks?
Advisor: Ms. Annabel Adriatico
School: Morningside High School, Inglewood, Los Angeles County
S2005
Emerson B. Driver, Grade 12 portrait
Anthony Tran, Grade 10 portrait
Effect of Waves on the Hiding Behavior of Pagurus samuelis
Advisor: Mr. Todd Linke
School: Mount Miguel High School, Spring Valley, San Diego County
S2006
James T. Hughes, Grade 11 portrait
Corallimorpharia: A Project in Reproduction
Advisor: Mr. Phil Beach
School: Centennial High School, Corona, Riverside County
S2007 — Fourth Place
John Michael L. Jones, Grade 12 portrait
The Mantid Project, Year 7: Male Pheromone Production in Iris oratoria
Advisor: Mrs. Lillian McCandless
School: North (John Wesley) High School, Riverside, Riverside County
S2008 — Third Place
Daniel T. Keeley, Grade 9 portrait
Kathryn N. Keeley, Grade 9 portrait
Factors Affecting Competition for Food in a Woodland Bird Community
Advisor: Mr. Craig Baker
School: Woodlake High School, Woodlake, Tulare County
S2009 — Honorable Mention
Sophie H. Klimcak, Grade 10 portrait
Electric Fish Language: Communication through Electric Fields
Advisor: Ms. Marta Wood
School: Palos Verdes High School, Palos Verdes Estates, Los Angeles County
S2010 — Second Place
Bonnie R. Lei, Grade 9 portrait
To Speciate or Not to Speciate? Population Structure of Haminoea vesicula in the Northeast Pacific
Advisor: Dr. Angel Valdes
School: Walnut High School, Walnut, Los Angeles County
S2011 — First Place
Stephanie Lin, Grade 12 portrait
Mechanism by which Methoprene Accelerates Behavioral Development in Honey Bees, Apis mellifera
Advisor: Ms. Judie Persons
School: Northwood High School, Irvine, Orange County
S2012
Jennifer J. Massa, Grade 12 portrait
The Effect of Feeding and Temperature on Anthropluera elegantissima Growth Patterns
Advisor: Mr. Todd Linke
School: Mount Miguel High School, Spring Valley, San Diego County
S2013 — Honorable Mention
Nicole N. Nakata, Grade 11 portrait
Hydroid Preference of Nudibranch Flabellina iodinea
Advisor: Mr. Peter Starodub
School: Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, Rolling Hills Estate, Los Angeles County
S2014
Kenneth Pessino, Grade 10 portrait
Investigation into the Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Purple/Red Sea Urchins and Kelp Bass in the S. Barbara Channel
Advisor: Dr. CÚsar Vilas
School: San Marcos Senior High School, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County
S2015
Caroline K. Salmond, Grade 11 portrait
A Goldfish Never Forgets: Year Three
Advisor: Ms. Judy Fusco
School: Villa Park High School, Villa Park, Orange County
S2016 — Honorable Mention
Jeannie N. Tran, Grade 10 portrait
Aromatic Effects on Calorie-Restricted Gryllus bimaculatus
Advisor: Mrs. Carol Evans
School: Oak Grove High School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
S2017
Whitney J. Yankauskas, Grade 12 portrait
Predator Avoidance of Pachygrapsus crassipes Due to Moving Shadows
Advisor: Mr. Todd Linke
School: Mount Miguel High School, Spring Valley, San Diego County


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