local science fair results

local science fair results Utah Antonio, received the award for her project "C0 v. Temperature." « [ ISE F jjP Weber School District Science The winner of the senior division was Matthew ^ -^m^^W onc' Engineering Fair Beebe, a ninth-grade student at San Marcos High The Weber State University School, San Marcos, Texas. Beebe's project was en- Dee Event Center in Ogden, Utah, titled "The Mexican Free-Tailed Bat as an Environ- ^ r was the site of the district's sci- mental Indicator." ence and engineering fair on 11 Texas State Science and Engineering Fair March 1997. John A. Conlin Jr., member of the Utah Chapter, judged weather-related science fair projects Phil E. Riba, a former officer in the Central Texas at the fair. Chapter, served as a science fair judge at the Texas Conlin awarded two students with AMS Certifi- State Science and Engineering Fair on 12 April 1997 cates of Achievement. The first-place recipient was at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. Janna Kay Jensen, a student at Roy High School. Riba presented one award to the first-place winner Jensen's project, "Pollution Hazards Phase IV," ana- in the Earth and Space Sciences category. Jennie Kutz, lyzed measured pH differentials due to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-78.12.2880
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Utah Antonio, received the award for her project "C0 v. Temperature." « [ ISE F jjP Weber School District Science The winner of the senior division was Matthew ^ -^m^^W onc' Engineering Fair Beebe, a ninth-grade student at San Marcos High The Weber State University School, San Marcos, Texas. Beebe's project was en- Dee Event Center in Ogden, Utah, titled "The Mexican Free-Tailed Bat as an Environ- ^ r was the site of the district's sci- mental Indicator." ence and engineering fair on 11 Texas State Science and Engineering Fair March 1997. John A. Conlin Jr., member of the Utah Chapter, judged weather-related science fair projects Phil E. Riba, a former officer in the Central Texas at the fair. Chapter, served as a science fair judge at the Texas Conlin awarded two students with AMS Certifi- State Science and Engineering Fair on 12 April 1997 cates of Achievement. The first-place recipient was at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. Janna Kay Jensen, a student at Roy High School. Riba presented one award to the first-place winner Jensen's project, "Pollution Hazards Phase IV," ana- in the Earth and Space Sciences category. Jennie Kutz, lyzed measured pH differentials due to

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 1, 1997

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