Student representatives from ten classrooms presented their projects at NCEAS for the 2007 Kids Do Ecology Poster Session. With record attendance this Poster Session was full of excitement as students shared their research with other students, teachers, parents, NCEAS scientists, and staff. There were a variety of projects including examining seed dispersal, observing competition between spiders within the same habitat, and looking at whether or not mussel size matters for sea star predators. These are just a few of the great experiments that our students conducted this year. From the presentations it was clear that this year’s students learned a lot about ecology! Check out each of the projects, and photos highlighting the fun and hard work shared by the Poster Session participants.
Poster Sessions from Other Years
2007 KDE Scientists