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First Place: J1915
Koch, Emily A. Grade 8, San Diego County
Controversy in Forensic Entomology and Crime Scene Investigation: The Question that Is Bugging Forensic Entomologists
Advisor: Miss Catherine McGuire
School: All Saints' Episcopal School, San Diego

Second Place: J1906
de la Llata, Camila G. Grade 7, Monterey County
Stick, Slime, and Slide: Turban Snail Survival Series
Advisor: Mr. Mike Arquin
School: Santa Catalina (Upper and Lower) School, Monterey

Third Place: J1914
Kelley, Kristen D. Grade 8, San Diego County
Do Crickets Communicate Information About Their Environment Through Chirping?
Advisor: Mr. Larry Hilke
School: Diegueno Middle School, Encinitas

Honorable Mention: J1929
Zimmerman, J.P. Grade 7, Orange County
An Aquarium Built with Multi-Temperature Zones and Sensors to Determine if Goldfish Have Water Temperature Preferences
Advisor: Ms. Regan Rostain
School: St. Jeanne de Lestonnac, Tustin

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