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Welcome to the Iowa Science Phenomena website! The goal of this website and service is to create, curate, collect and share a growing collection of user-generated, media-based, standards aligned, science phenomena resources for use in Iowa classrooms, as well as support Iowa teachers as they continue to implement phenomena-based and place-based teaching practices.

There are several ways you can be involved in this project:

Questions? Please contact us at phenomena@iowapbs.org.
This photo is just one example of the many green rooftops in Iowa on...
This is a ¾ acre Iowa farm pond. The surface area of the pond has...
Pella Tulip Time is planned in advance to make sure that tulips are...
Salt, sugar, limestone, and plastic particles affect the pattern of...
This video takes students to the Tulip Time Festival in Pella, Iowa...
Igneous rocks in the form of granite rocks are all over Iowa, but with...
The Cordova Tower is the tallest observation tower in a public park in...
Barred owls are large brown owls with white stripes which are common...
Assess the sedimentation that is building up behind a 100-year-old dam on the Mississippi River.
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