CSSF Category Awards: 2011
Environmental Science

Junior Division


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J1107 — First Place
Daniel J. Feeny, Grade 8 portrait
Forcing Diversity: Are Waves the Dominant Force Driving Biodiversity in the Intertidal Zone?
Advisor: Mr. Yogi Sullivan
School: Woodside Elementary School, Woodside, San Mateo County
J1113 — Second Place
Sawyer L. Judge, Grade 8 portrait
An Oily Matter: Does Crude Oil Affect Decomposition and Fossilization?
Advisor: Ms. Astrid Reichelt
School: St. John Fisher, Rancho Palos Verdes, Los Angeles County
J1130 — Third Place
Alicia M.J. Sadowski, Grade 8 portrait
Oil Spills and Dispersants: A Deadly Duo?
Advisor: Mrs. Marilyn Usher
School: La Reina High School, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County
J1112 — Fourth Place
Nicholas K. Ida, Grade 7 portrait
A Study of Lead Contamination in Areas Surrounding Shotgun Shooting Ranges
Advisor: Mr. Mark Hobbs
School: Fairmont Private - Edgewood Campus, Santa Ana, Orange County
J1124 — Honorable Mention
Angela N. Pogson, Grade 8 portrait
Biochar and Acid Rain
Advisor: Mrs. Sherri Kilkenny
School: Mission Hill Junior High School, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County
J1132 — Honorable Mention
Anjana Srinivas, Grade 8 portrait
What's in Our Water? A Comparison of Raw Water Quality in Three Countries
Advisor: Mrs. Erin Schumacher
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1135 — Honorable Mention
Jem H. Unger Hicks, Grade 8 portrait
The Question of Cattle
Advisor: Mr. Arthur McMahon
School: Elsinore Middle School, Lake Elsinore, Riverside County

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