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Can the Purple Loosestrife, a foreign plant be destroyed by introducing its natural enemies without damaging agricultural crops?
Examine ways for the biological control, of a foreign plant, with its natural enemy without harming the native plants of North America. To determine if any stage in the beetle, Galerucella calmariensis and Galerwcella pusilla life cycle will feed only on purple loosestrife, Lathrum salicaria, or if it will feed on agricultural crops in North America.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Decomposition of bio-degradable plastic spoons
This science fair project was done to evaluate the rate of decomposition of bio-degradable plastic in the natural environment. Biodegradable spoons are supposed to decompose with time, but exactly how soon does this process take place? The experiment involved using disposable spoons made from corn starch, wheat and plastic. These spoons were planted in soil.
Difficulty: High school
Demonstrate the principles involved in the formation of clouds
The purpose to this activity is to demonstrate to the students the direct affects of pressure and temperature on cloud formation.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Do aircraft make more noise during take off or when landing?
This experiment was done to compare the noise levels generated by an aircraft during take off and landing.
Difficulty: Middle school
Do people who live close to the sea consume more or less water than those who live inland?
This survey was done to ascertain the difference in the water consumption of people who live near the ocean and those who live further away.
Difficulty: High school
Effect of acid rain on algae
This science fair project was conducted to determine how acid rain affects the growth of algae in ponds. The science fair project was carried out on spirogyra, green algae and red algae by placing them in water of pH 5, 6, and 7 values.
Difficulty: Elementary school
How can we forecast the weather?
using this equipment, you will show how it is possible to forecast the weather up to 48 hours in advance: # thermometer # barometer (recording barometer would be the best type) # weather vane # anemometer # weather charts # hygrometer # paper and pencil for notes.
Difficulty: Middle school
How do organisms respond to changes in the environment?
To observe the reaction of living cells to mechanical and chemical stimuli. To observe the streaming of protoplasma in living cells. To identify the relationship between cell response and survival.
Difficulty: Elementary school
How does the acidity of lake water affect the hardness of Zebra mussel shells?
This science fair project was conducted to determine how the acidity of lake water affects the hardness of Zebra mussel shells. It would be interesting to know if the higher levels of acidity have the effect of softening or weakening the exoskeletons of aquatic invertebrates. s.This science fair project was done using Zebra mussels that were obtained from lakes with different levels of water acid
Difficulty: Elementary school
How does the shoe making industry impact our environment?
Students will describe how shoe design, manufacturing, retailing, consumer use, and disposal impact environments and societies. Students will discuss ways to reduce, reuse, or recycle resources in the life-cycle for a shoe product.
Difficulty: Middle school
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