Hollywood could not have scripted a more thrilling finish to the Finals of the 13th Annual National Ocean Science Bowl (NOSB) East Florida Regional Competition on March 6, 2010.
On February 6th, 2010, nearly half of the 25 regional sites held their regional competitions.
For the fourth year in a row, high school students from Juneau took first place in the 13th annual Alaska Region National Ocean Sciences Bowl, also known as the Tsunami Bowl.
More than a dozen teams from regional high schools will converge upon UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography on March 6 to prove they know the most about the coast during the 13th annual La Jolla Surf Bowl.
Teams from Benson, McMinnville and Sky View high schools will travel to Corvallis on March 6 to compete in the Salmon Bowl, a regional ocean sciences competition, at Oregon State University.
With a pending retirement from the NEISD, this is my wife’s last trip as the head coach of the National Ocean and Science Bowl competition for James Madison.
Students from Conval Regional High School in Peterborough will head to Seward, Alaska, for four days in late April to compete in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl.
Living 1000 miles from the ocean is no reason to keep from learning everything you can about the high seas.