Meet Our Science Fair Winners
 (2000)

PitWatch Issue Volume 5, Number 1

The Committee awarded $50 savings bonds to each of these grade school students and a $250 savings bond to the high school winner. Their science fair projects all explored important topics related to the Berkeley Pit. Congratulations, and keep up the good work! The Committee will offer awards again at the 2001 Science Fair, and students are encouraged to choose projects related to the Pit for next year’s competition.

Emily Munday 5th grade, Kennedy Elementary Food for Trout: a comparative benthic invertebrate surveyEmily Munday
5th grade, Kennedy Elementary
Food for Trout: a comparative benthic invertebrate survey

Tim Obstar 6th grade, Hillcrest Elementary We Otter Clean the WaterTim Obstar
6th grade, Hillcrest Elementary
We Otter Clean the Water

Charlie Larson 7th grade, East Middle School How Much Sludge is in the Pit Water?Charlie Larson
7th grade, East Middle School
How Much Sludge is in the Pit Water?

Donna Driggers 8th grade, East Middle School What are the Effects of the Berkeley Pit Water on Plant Life?Donna Driggers
8th grade, East Middle School
What are the Effects of the Berkeley Pit Water on Plant Life?

Brian Wheeler 11th Grade, Butte Central High School Effectiveness of Berkeley Pit Water Remediation Methods: Lime Precipitation, Reverse Osmosis, Copper CementationBrian Wheeler
11th Grade, Butte Central High School
Effectiveness of Berkeley Pit Water Remediation Methods: Lime Precipitation, Reverse Osmosis, Copper Cementation

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