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Article Explaining the Divergence of the Marine Iguana Subspecies on Espa There are seven subspecies of marine iguana, and they all live in the Gal Article Emit What You Eat: An Investigation of the Link Between Bovine Diet and Their Excreta Methane Emissions Just like humans, cows are what they eat. Why is this important? Because their manure can be used to produce methane gas, an alternative... Article Habitat Selection for Nest Cups of the Pacific Golden Plover (Pluvialis fulva) in Nome, Alaska This Hawaiian tenth-grader followed her interest in the Pacific golden plover to Alaska. The goal of her trip? To learn if the birds... Article Investigating the Effects of Water Pollution on Daphnia magna This Iowan eighth-grader turned her love of nature into a long-term study of water pollution. She's continuing to investigate the... Article The Oxidation Potential of Mineral Assemblages in Rocks From New York and Washington State While on an internship in Washington State, this New York senior collected over 36 pounds of rocks. See what he learned about their... Article Salmon Creek: A Search for the Missing Salmon One hundred years ago, salmon were so plentiful that children could stack them along the banks like firewood. This seventh-grader... Article A Study of the Indigenous, Endemic, and Exotic Fungi in the Pu'u Maka'ala Natural Area Reserve in Volcano, Hawaii "Maka'ala" means to be alert or vigilant—the same qualities needed when searching for fungi in this dense Hawaiian rain... Article Growing Up at Espenberg: Eggstatic About Foxes This Alaskan senior wanted more from her summers than being her parents' research assistant. Travel north of the Arctic Circle, and... Article Deformed Frogs: The Big Mystery Frogs with a single hind leg were not the most surprising discovery this seventh-grader from New York made. Read what he learned... Article Exploring a Woodlot's Ecosystem Chances are you've heard the saying "There's no such thing as a free lunch." But did you know that it's one of fundamental... Article Shaped by Nature and Man: The Geological History of the Palisades This 10th-grader from New York reflects on how the colliding of continental plates and the force of glaciers helped shape the "mysterious... Article Investigating Vegetation and Small Mammals in the Cloud Peak Wilderness Area of the Bighorn Mountains in Wyoming Along with students from her Pennsylvania high school and a high school in Scotland, this 11th-grader spent three weeks doing fieldwork...