The Deer Project

The Deer Project is the creation of the Cuba-Rushford Central School's Fisheries and Wildlife Technology Course.  The program integrates Math, Science, and Computer Technology. Students bait, capture, collar and track whitetail deer. The radio collars are picked up by a receiver, specific frequency, and then plotted on topographic maps utilizing a technique known as triangulation. Weather data is also recorded along with the location of the deer.

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The Salmon Project

The Salmon Project is an Educational Interdisciplinary Fisheries Internet Module that involves installing underwater cameras in remote streams in Alaska to monitor salmon migrations and share the video with schools.

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The Denali Project

This module is based on animals that inhabit Denali National Park in the heart of Alaska. By placing satellite collars on these animals researchers would be able to conduct student centered scientific research by following their movements from your own computer. This project is...

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