Greenhouse Effect & Greenhouse Gases
Science Fair Projects
Ideas and Sample Projects by Grade Level

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Primary School - Grades K-3
P=Project   E=Experiment
Demonstrate the greenhouse effect in a jar. [E]
What is the greenhouse effect? [P]
Global Warming Science Fair Projects and Experiments
What is the Greenhouse Effect?
What is Global Warming?
Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Identify different ways to affect energy consumption and find the different options available for reducing our school's carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions. [P] [P]
Demonstrate the Greenhouse effect and show that the world's climate is changing because of these increases in earth's temperatures. [P] [P]
What are Street Sponges? An invention that will help ordinary streets turn into CO2-soaking sponges. [P]
How do increased CO2 levels affect plant growth? [E] [E]
Find out how colors and type of surfaces affect the heat trapping ability of a greenhouse. [E]
Investigate the greenhouse effect. [E]
Find out which object (Styrofoam, vinyl material, cotton material, newspaper, or cardboard), has more harmful elements, (ash and smoke) to the atmosphere when it is burnt. [E]
Build two solar hot boxes and conduct solar thermal experiments that demonstrate the greenhouse effect. [E]
Global Warming Science Fair Projects and Experiments
What is the Greenhouse Effect?
What is Global Warming?
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
How are the chemical and physical properties of geologic formations affected during carbon dioxide sequestration? [P] [P]
Research global dimming as a way to limit the greenhouse effect [E]
Bioremediation of Greenhouse Gasses with Algae [E]
What is the rate of transmission of ultraviolet energy in atmospheric Greenhouse Gases such as Methane, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Atmospheric Air, and Humdified Air? [E]
Build a simple and small greenhouse and investigate how trapped infrared radiation affects the temperature within. [E]
Determine whether CO2 emissions could be reduce by exposing the carbon dioxide gas to microwaves [E]
How Does Carbon Dioxide Affect Air's Rate of Temperature Change? [E]
Determine if different amounts of carbon dioxide in the air affect the amount of heat retained in the air. [E]
Determine if there is a difference in the amount of carbon dioxide in car exhaust emitted from the use of the 3 different gas grades to find which gas grade people should use to emit the least carbon dioxide possible as the problem of global warming becomes more severe. [E]
Does Carbon Dioxide Contribute to the Runaway Greenhouse Effect? [E]
Show which gases absorb the most amount of energy and show if global warming is possible. [E]
What amount of carbon dioxide affects temperature change in the atmosphere? [E] [P]
Determine if the absence of silicate or iron has a great restriction to diatoms (plankton) uptake of CO2 and thus hinder a viable solution to global warming. [E] [E]
Global Warming Science Fair Projects and Experiments
What is the Greenhouse Effect?
What is Global Warming?
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Modeling CMIP5 Projected Climate Change Impacts on Global Chiropteran Species-Range Shifts under RCP Emission Scenarios [E]
How Much Can Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions? [E]
Testing the Effect of Environment on the Transpiration Driven Flux of Two Greenhouse Gases [E]
Soil treatments with Humates for maximum crop production and to reduce the amount of CO2 generated and emitted. [E]
Biofixation of CO2 Using Coccolithophorid Algae [P]
See which of the most common greenhouse gases has the greatest effect on the temperature of the earth. [E]
Managing Greenhouse Gas Exchange in a Constructed Wetland [P]
Impact of Elevated CO(2) Atmosphere on Germination of Jasper Ridge Plants [E] [E]
Determine if increasing amounts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would cause increases in temperature. [E]
Compare the amounts of Carbon Dioxide in four common gas sources (human exhalation, ambient air, pure carbon dioxide, and automobile exhaust). [E]
The Effects of Peat and Water Content on CO2 and CH4 Emissions [P]
Bringing the Greenhouse effect down to earth: Compare the amount of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in four different sources of gases. [E]
The connection between fire, soil, & CO2 emission levels. [P]
Global Warming Science Fair Projects and Experiments
What is the Greenhouse Effect?
What is Global Warming?
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