Senior students at St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia, have continued taking on the challenge of researching Societal Benefit Areas and creating posters to highlight satellite images and research for a project called “Earth Observation: Science From Another Perspective.”
Gone with the Ice: The Svalbardian Polar Bears’ Ultimatum
By Alejandra Arango, Juan Pablo Coronado, Gabriela Garavito, Isabella García, Andrés Muñoz, Juliana Sánchez Editor’s note: This poster is one of three selected from projects done by senior students at St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia. This investigation encompasses the impact of a warming Arctic on the life of the Svalbardian polar bear. Evidenced are the coerced alterations to the migratory, nutritional … Read More
Hunger to the Ocean: The Decline of Phytoplankton
The decline of phytoplankton relates to a most important consequence to the North Pacific ecosystem: A significant reduction of phytoplankton implies the decline of all other species in the ecosystem and their possible extinction, caused by changes in the carbon cycle and food web.
A Martyr for the Conservation of Hydrological Resources
ByåÊSofÌ_a CortÌ©s TascÌ_n, Juanita Rivera Mera, MarÌ_a Alejandra Santana JimÌ©nez, Mariana Guevara HernÌÁndez, NicolÌÁs VÌÁsquez GuzmÌÁn, Juan SebastiÌÁn Giraldo RodrÌ_guez, Santiago Torres Paz Editor’s note:åÊThis poster is one of three selected from projects done by senioråÊstudents at St. George’s School in BogotÌÁ, Colombia. The desiccation of the Aral Sea is considered one of the greatest episodes of desertification of freshwater … Read More