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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.
The Cedar Valley experienced a cankerworm population boom throughout...
Algae’s involvement in the nitrogen and carbon cycle can cause fish...
Rock quarries are places where rocks and minerals are extracted from...
Small rocks have been rounded as they were carried downstream and...
A cacophony of frogs and toads call out as they emerge from the mud in...
This lake has a slimy, protein rich, foam accumulating on the bank.
This video of both a rock garden and a rain garden was taken outside...
Data from fish raceways show changes in oxygen levels as the water...
This tree has grown around the hook on the birdhouse chain. The branch...
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