Solaris S. Hsiao - Griffin
I enjoy going out into the wild. that's why I am happy to be working on this experiment for the Delridge wetland. I also love all things art.
Myra Elizabeth Hapgood
I love playing Roller Derby and going to SCHOOL!
This is a map of the different plots in our wetland. The plots that are circled in blue are the plots that you see in the graph bellow this paragraph.
This graph that you see is the answer to the question "How have our plants, in plots 3,6,8, and 11, progressed from November to April." We chose these plots because they are in different spots in our wetland. Meaning some places get more H20 (water) than others do.
The colored rectangles show how much estimated plant coverage of the plots in square Ft. We are comparing the different plots in different seasons like winter and spring to see if the plots change drastically. My partner and me thought that it was good to see in plot 3 that from November to April the plant coverage grew, but we thought it was strange that the plant coverage in plot 11 plummeted down and there was less coverage in April.
This is the worksheet we used to gather plant coverage DATA out in the wetland. We tried to be exact, but because of human error some of our data plots are in-accurate.
STEM 5th grade students, Research Data, 2018/2019