CSSF Category Awards: 2012
Earth & Planetary Sciences

Junior Division


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J0816 — First Place
Alexander B. Vu, Grade 6 portrait
Saturated Soil
Advisor: Mrs. Teresa Lesieutre
School: Canyon Heights Academy, Campbell, Santa Clara County
J0817 — Second Place
Nicholas K. Wang, Grade 6 portrait
How Does the Topography of a Hill Affect Water Erosion?
Advisor: Mr. Brad Hillman
School: Canyon View Elementary School, Irvine, Orange County
J0814 — Third Place
Dylan J. Sanfilippo, Grade 7 portrait
Measuring the Interplanetary Magnetic Field with a Homemade Magnetometer
Advisor: Ms. Roxanne Hunker
School: Rhoades (The) School, Encinitas, San Diego County
J0805 — Fourth Place
Kevin M. Cox, Grade 8 portrait
Cosmic Bullets: Does Local Weather Affect the Intensity of Cosmic Radiation at Sea Level?
Advisor: Ms. Julianna So
School: St. Margaret's Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano, Orange County
J0807 — Honorable Mention
David W. Dewey, Grade 8 portrait
Tornado in a Box
Advisor: Mrs. Mary Filakouridis
School: Mariners Christian School, Costa Mesa, Orange County
J0812 — Honorable Mention
Caitriona M. Parker, Grade 8 portrait
How Differentiated Layers of Sand Are Affected by Lateral Compression
Advisor: Mr. Greg Ennes
School: Sunny Brae Middle School, Arcata, Humboldt County

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