2014 “Living on the Ocean Planet” Divisional Winners Announced and Entered into “Fan Favorite” Contest
We are excited to announce the Divisional Winners of the 2014 “Living on the Ocean Planet” Video Contest!
This year’s video contest submissions were some of the best yet, doing a very impressive job portraying this year’s theme, Ocean Acidification, in creative, entertaining and informative ways.
Congratulations to the winning Divisional submissions:
1st Place: The Human Element – Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science
2nd Place (tie): Let’s Explore Ocean Acidification – Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science
2nd Place (tie): Ocean Acidification with Professor Barney – Soap Lake High School
1st Place: Raising Awareness: Ocean Acidification – Astoria High School
2nd Place: Sponge Bob Learns about Ocean Acidification – Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science
3rd Place: Acid Oceans – Waterford High School
1st Place (tie): Ocean Acidification – Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science
1st Place (tie): The Environmental Rendition of Guys and Dolls – Los Alamitos High School
3rd Place: Sea Solutions – Mark Keppel High School
The 1st Place video from each division will go on to the next round of judging to contend for the title of National Winner. Good luck to all of you!
Additionally, NOSB and NMEA are pleased to announce the third annual “Living on the Ocean Planet” Fan Favorite Contest!
Here’s how it works: go to NOSB’s YouTube Channel and check out our “Fan Favorite” playlist, where all nine divisional winners can be found. To vote for your favorite, just click the “Like” button for that video.* Feel free to vote for multiple videos, and recommend them to your friends. The video that collects the most “Likes” by 12:00 AM, June 4th will be declared the 2014 Fan Favorite, and the team that submitted it will win a prize from NOSB’s National Office. Get your votes in soon!
*Only “Likes” will contribute to the final score; “Dislikes” will be not be counted and are discouraged.