- Brisa – Monarch Butterflies: Why do Monarchs migrate instead of staying in one place?
- Victoria – Bats and White Nose Syndrome
- Noelle – Girls Lacrosse in the USA
- Indigo – Marijuana Legalization and Motor Vehicle Accidents in Oregon and Idaho
- Emilee – Measles Outbreak 2019 in the USA
- Chase – Precipitation in provinces of Egypt and the correlation with population density
- Henry – If global warming becomes an issue, where would be the best places to grow bananas in the future?
- Isaiah – Conflicting territorial claims in the South China Sea
- Jen – How much has the Florida Manatee population increased since conservation efforts along with synoptic surveys began in 1991?
- Tanner – Comcast coverage area in the Forest Grove school district
- Leonnie – Population development in Germany between 1995 and 2015
- Sarah – Percent of spending per pupil on music education
- Matt – Which countries have more cows than people?
- Colton – Are bigfoot sightings more common near large bodies of water in Oregon?
- Diego – Where to live
- Taylor – Priority sites for electrical engineers
- Tara – Does population density rise where ocean temperature is warmer?
“Geospatial Analysis is unlike any other topic I’ve studied before, it’s applicable to almost everything inside and outside of school. It gives you experience with cutting edge technology. It’s great!”
“When I signed up for this class, I thought I would be just another science class that our school would try to put a “fun” spin on, but this class is one of the most exciting classes I’ve ever taken. It makes you think, it challenges you to be innovative, but it’s something you can use. It makes the work more meaningful when you know you’re doing something that affects your life.”
“Geospatial Tools and Techniques provided me with great hands on experience both in and out of the classroom. Whether we were geocaching or working with the ArcMap software, the skills I learned could always be applicapable, making me a better student.”
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