Oakcrest High teacher uses Sandy, other storms to bring lessons to life
Oakcrest High School student Craig Atkinson, of Mays Landing, and science teacher Dave Jungblut, discussed a video project they will be working together on.
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Oakcrest High School science teacher Dave Jungblut, who has been selected to give an hourlong presentation at the American Geophysical Union in December, spoke with some of his students during a free period.
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Student Trevor Tunney, of Mays Landing, who worked on cleanup after the derecho during the summer, said he noticed that, 'White oaks generally tended to be a little stronger. They're a little more resilient to the wind, so they weren't really uprooted. They were kind of snapped in half or snapped at a certain point of the tree. Maple, where they've got a shallower root system, they kind of blew over.' Classmate Julia Barnett, 18, of Mays Landing