CSSF Category Awards: 2013
Environmental Engineering

Junior Division


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J1004 — First Place
Anna D. de la Rosa, Grade 7
An Ap'peel'ling Purifier? Using Banana Peels to Remove Copper from Water
Advisor: Ms. Alexandra Gonzales
School: Our Lady of Refuge School, Long Beach, Los Angeles County
J1015 — Second Place
Kai T. Narum, Grade 8
Pay More Attention to Bioretention: Effectiveness of Filtration Media for Removal of Pollutants from Stormwater
Advisor: Ms. Diana Skiles
School: Jacoby Creek Elementary School, Bayside, Humboldt County
J1012 — Third Place
Benjamin Lee, Grade 8
DuckWeeding Out Contaminants
Advisor: Ms. Brittany Bryan
School: Chinese American International School, San Francisco, San Francisco County
J1099 — Fourth Place
Mary Travis H. Doepner, Grade 8
Findings from the Field Yr2: Cont. Study of Pervious Materials in LID Project at Riv.Co. Flood Control/H2O Conserv. Dist
Advisor: Ms. Anne Akins
School: River Springs Charter, Temecula, Riverside County
J1002 — Honorable Mention
Shivani Bhushan, Grade 8
Do Marine Plants Reverse Ocean Acidification?
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1010 — Honorable Mention
Chase W. King, Grade 7
Hot and Cold Insulators: Can You Keep Your Cool Naturally?
Advisor: Ms. Diane Bredt
School: St. Mark's School, San Rafael, Marin County
J1011 — Honorable Mention
Jordan T. Kulischak, Grade 8
Can Algae Reduce Methane Production from Cow Manure?
Advisor: Dr. TIm Lueker
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1022 — Honorable Mention
Gemma M. Taylor, Grade 8
Can Mushrooms Clean Up Fertilizer Runoff?
Advisor: Mr. Christopher Nestlerode
School: Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County

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