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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.
A privately owned flower garden contains black-eyed Susan flowers...
When the weather turns cold, the grass observably changes and turns...
The included image of the Daryl Smith Prairie includes many diverse...
It is often very windy in Iowa, and those winds typically cause it to...
Sometimes, in the morning, you may find a layer of ice on your car...
At sunset time, the light must travel through more of earth’s...
While exploring outside you may see a variety of different birds. You...
Weathering and erosion impact natural and manmade objects alike. In...
The Driftless Area is a region in northeastern Iowa as well as other...
This low-head dam is located in Waverly, Iowa. In the picture you can...
In this phenomenon, we are observing how baby chickens do not look the...
The Manchester trout hatchery produces more than 600,000 fish for...
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