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Submissions from 2020

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Dichotomous Keys: An Essential Tool for Fish Detectives, Jackson Martinez

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DNA Detectives: Protecting Endangered Species, Samantha Askin

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Feeding Time: How Nutrients Drive Phytoplankton Growth, Brianna Stanley

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Isotopes in the Estuary: Conception and Application of Stable and Radioactive Carbon, Derek Detweiler

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Old MacDonald Had an Aquaculture Farm, Shantelle Landry

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The Code in the Water: An Investigation into Harmful and Non-harmful Algal Blooms, Samantha Fortin

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Tiny Killers, Sarah Pease

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Trees of the Seas, Michelle Woods

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Using Long-Term Data From Antarctica to Teach Ocean Acidification, Patrica S. Thibodeau

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Wave Fever: The Climate Induced Range Expansion of the Atlantic Marsh Fiddler Crab, Kayla Martinez-Soto

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What's In the Muck? Benthic Sediment Characterization and Community Structure, Cristin Wright

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Zoop Soup (and Poop!), Kristen Sharpe

Submissions from 2019

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Atlantic Wolffish: A Tale of Missing Teeth. Subjects: Life Science, Biology, Marine/Ocean Science - Grades: 6-8, Kate Bemis

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Expedition Sediments: Mud's Journey through the Watershed. Subjects: Earth Science / Environmental Science Grades: 9-12, Jessie Turner

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Investigating the Functions of Wetlands, Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Virginia

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Mitigating Marshes Against Sea Level Rise: Thin-Layer Placement Experiment, Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Virginia

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One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Whose Fish? Subjects: Life Science, Environmental Science, Marine / Ocean Science, Shelby White

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Prismatic Little Plankton. Subjects: Life Sciences, Physical Science/Chemistry; Marine/Ocean Science - Grades: 9-12, Kristen Sharpe

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Sequence CSI: The Nitrogen Cycle. Subjects: Life Science, Environmental Science, Marine/Ocean Science - Grades: 9-12, Stephanie Wilson

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Trawling through the Five Gyres: A Microplastic Research Study. Subjects: Life Science, Earth Science, Marine/Ocean Science - Grade 6, Meredith Seeley

Submissions from 2018

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Watershed Activity Set, Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Virginia

Submissions from 2017

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Can’t Catch My Breath! A Study of Metabolism in Fish. Subjects: Environmental Science, Marine/Ocean Science, Life Science/Biology Grades: 6-8, Gail Schweiterman

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Common Oyster Reef Inhabitants of the Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve of Virginia

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Counting Blue Crabs in the Bay! Subjects: Life Science / Biology, Environmental Science, Marine / Ocean Science Grade Level: 6-8, Bruce W. Pfirrmann

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Differentiating TPACK-Based Learning Materials for Preservice and Inservice Teachers, Judi Harris and Mark J. Hofer

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Digesting Data - Subjects: Life Science / Biology Grade Level: 6-8, Amanda Bromilow

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Earthquakes, Glaciers, and Sediments, Oh My! Subjects: Earth Science, Environmental Science, Life Science/Biology Grades: 9-12, Elisabeth Clyne

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How Green Is It? Learning Light and Electromagnetic Spectrum Properties By Measuring Algae. Subjects: Physical Science, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Life Science Grades: 9-12, Alice Besterman

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Keeping Up with Sea-Level Rise: Salt Marsh Accretion. Subjects: Earth Science, Marine / Ocean Science Grades: 9-12, Bethany L. Williams

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Marine Parasites and Fish: How to Sample and Analyze. Subjects: Life Science / Biology, Environmental Science, Marine / Ocean Science Grades: 6-8, Zoemma Warshafsky

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Microscopic Hitchhiking: Taking a Trip with Microbes and Plankton. Subjects: Life Science / Biology, Environmental Science, Marine / Ocean Science Grades: 6-8, Lucia Safi

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Plastic as a Habitat for Bacteria and Human Pathogens. Subjects: Life Science / Biology Grades: 6-8, Amanda Laverty

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Seagrass Survivor. Subjects: Life Science / Biology, Environmental Science, Marine / Ocean Science Grades: 6-8, Amanda Bromilow

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Sea Turtle CSI: A Graphing Activity, Subjects: Life Science / Biology Environmental Science Marine / Ocean Science, Bianca Santos

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Sexual Dimorphism in Shrimp. Subjects: Life Science / Biology Grades: 9-12, Soloman Chak

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Stakeholders of the Chesapeake: Curse of the Eastern Oyster. Subjects: Life Science / Biology, Environmental Science, Marine/Ocean Science Grades: 6-8, Taylor Goelz

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The Mystery of Ocean Acidification, Patricia Thibodeau

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The Watershed Game: Land Use & Water Quality. Subjects: Environmental Science, Marine/Ocean Science, Life Science/Biology Grades: 9-12, Shanna Williamson

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Understanding Changes in Seagrass Communities, Sarah Nuss and Celeste Venolia

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Understanding Changes in Seagrass Communities: Impacts from Local Environmental Factors, Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Virginia

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Wonderful Wetlands: Why do we need them and what can they do for us? Subjects: Environmental Science, Marine/Ocean Science, Life Science/Biology Grades: 9-12, Amanda Knobloch

Submissions from 2016

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AP10 Neuron structure and Summation to start new APs, Paul D. Heideman

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AP1 Balance between Concentration and Charge is a Donnan Equilibrium, Paul D. Heideman

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AP2- Resting Potential of a Typical Cell, Paul D. Heideman

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AP3 Voltage gated Sodium Channels First half of an Action Potential, Paul D. Heideman

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AP4 Voltage gated Potassium Channels Second half of an Action Potential, Paul D. Heideman

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AP6 Action Potential Overview, Paul D. Heideman

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AP7 Action Potential Overview with Channel changes, Paul D. Heideman

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AP8 Synapse and Action Potential, Paul D. Heideman

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AP9 Synapse Types, Paul D. Heideman