Mary Spivey, education and outreach coordinator for Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve, is looking for four hydrothermographs to use in a three-month project with Anoka Middle School of the Arts. Time of the use is mid-March through mid-May.
Cedar Creek collaborates with AMSA each year to help students investigate the science process by growing geraniums. This year the question revolves around pH of the water and temperature of the rooms. Each of the four science classrooms varies in its sun exposure and heating from the school. Having this temperature and humidity data will help students in their final analysis of the data.