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ESPC 2009 - Winnipeg (Manitoba)

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Jennine - My name is Jennine Boyce and I am a grade 12 student attending East Northumberland Secondary School in Brighton, Ontario. I am a dedicated member of the The ENSS cross-country team, wrestling team and track team. I am also a member of the Kawartha Olyimpic Wrestling Club. I enjoy participating in Community Challenge and the Nepal fundraising Committee at my school. I am extremely excited to be embarking on a journey to West Africa, Ghana for five weeks this upcoming summer to do humanitarian aid work. I have a great passion for the development of countries stuck in poverty and plan to attend the University of Ottawa for International Development this coming fall.
Jessica - My name is Jessica Kuipers! I'm a grade 12 student at East Northumberland Secondary School, in the small-town of Brighton, ON. I love being involved in many things at my school, because it's such an amazing school to be a part of! This year I represent my school as Prime Minister of Student Government, as well as chairing the Relay for Life Student Committee, and participate in Community Challenge and Science Alliance. I play school rugby and wrestling, and ball hockey in the summers. Next year I plan to go to Ottawa University, to begin my career as a nurse! I'm also going through schooling with the military, in the ROTP. For the year of 2009, I represent my hometown of Brighton as Miss Teen Brighton, and have been fortunate to win last year's award of "Most Outstanding Youth" for Brighton. My partner, Jennine Boyce, and I hope to represent Brighton to the best of our ability in the Canada Wide Science Fair, and hope to enstill a change globally with our project, BioChar, and the environmental potential it carries!

Jennine Boyce, Jessica Kuipers

Division:Génie et sciences de l'informatique / Innovation environnementale
Ville:Brighton, ON, Trenton, ON
École:East Northumberland S.S.
Sommaire:The purpose of our experiment was to create BioChar and study the net effects it had on both plant quality and the environment. BioChar acts as a carbon sink in soil, and enhances plant quality. BioChar also has the potential to create renewable hydrogen energy when produced through a steam reforming process.

Prix Valeur
Mention honorable - Sciences de la terre et de l’environnement
Sponsor: Pétro-Canada
100,00 $
Total100,00 $