CSSF Category Awards: 2009
Mammalian Biology

Senior Division


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S1409 — First Place
Amy H. Lee, Grade 10 portrait
Thomas T. Wooding, Grade 10 portrait
Lead Bullets Poisoned the Condors. Are Grizzly Bears Next?
Advisor: Mr. Chris Ostermann
School: Burroughs (Sherman E.) High School, Ridgecrest, Kern County
S1415 — Second Place
Varun S. Sharma, Grade 9 portrait
Does the Inflammatory Cytokine IL-6 Lead to Decreased Muscle Strength?
Advisor: Mr. Marcus Milling
School: Bishop's (The) School, La Jolla, San Diego County
S1410 — Third Place
Joseph S. Levenson, Grade 12 portrait
Psychometric Comparison of the ADAS with a Computerized Measure of Reaction Time among Alzheimer's Disease Patients
Advisor: Mrs. Eva Stamper
School: Palos Verdes High School, Palos Verdes Estates, Los Angeles County
S1401 — Fourth Place
Hannah H. Andrade, Grade 9 portrait
Pick a Turn, The Fastest Turn
Advisor: Mr. Richard Bartel
School: North County Christian School, Atascadero, San Luis Obispo County
S1402 — Honorable Mention
Candice E. Bentley, Grade 12 portrait
Emily L. Dolson, Grade 12 portrait
Anthropogenic Influences of the California Sea Otter (Enhydra lutris nereis)
Advisor: Mrs. Jane Orbuch, Ms. Marissa Veins
School: San Lorenzo Valley High School, Felton, Santa Cruz County
S1408 — Honorable Mention
Drake J. Lasley, Grade 11 portrait
Can You Take the Pressure?
Advisor: Ms. Karen Reynosa
School: Ventura High School, Ventura, Ventura County

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