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Student Work Gallery

Here you can see student work that has been submitted to Sally Ride EarthKAM from students all over the world.

In the Fall of 2007, schools participated in an Earth Klimate Analysis Mission, a collaborative investigation about climate change using Sally Ride EarthKAM images.

For more information about this mission (ISS 07_11), click here.

Mardela Middle High School

Mardela, Maryland, USA
Most Original Presentation
How Deforestation Affects Climate

Crestwood Middle School

Mountaintop, Pennsylvania, USA
Most Educational Presentation
Coral Reef Destruction
Download: PowerPoint

Kansai Soka Jr. & Sr. High School

Katano-city, Osaka, Japan
Best Use of EarthKAM Images
Presentation, Video, Lithographs
Download: PowerPoint

Upper Moreland Middle School

Hatboro, Pennsylvania, USA
EKAM 2007 Runner Up
Download: Doc, Presentation 1, Presentation 2

Brunswick Junior High School

Brunswick, Maine, USA
Teacher: Diane Bowen
Participant Since: 1998
Download: PowerPoint

Cypress Falls High School

Houston, Texas, USA
Teacher: Ann Wurst
Participant Since: May 2003
Download: PDF or PowerPoint

Victor Junior High School

Victor, New York, USA
Teacher: Timothy McDonnell
Participant Since: May 2003
Download: JPG

West Middle School

Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
Teacher: Ranganath Weiner
Participant Since: November 1996
Download: PDF or PowerPoint

Wickford C. of E. Infant School

Wickford, Essex, United Kingdom
Teacher: Chris Daniels
Participant Since: October 2004
Download: PDF or DOC

Contribute Your Work

If you would like to contribute your students' work to this site, please send a digital copy of the work to:

If a digital copy is not available, you can mail your submissions to:
UC San Diego, Mail Code 0426
SERF Rm. 308
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92092-0426
Note: Please include a statement of permission to post your students' work along with your name and school name. We will scan and post hard-copy items as time permits.