21 posts in Events

Maug’s Caldera: A Natural Laboratory

Changing Seas TV: New episode highlights JISAO ocean acidification research
A new episode for the Changing Seas TV series was broadcast this week (June 28) on South Florida PBS WPBT2 focusing on PMEL’s May 2014 expedition to Maug Island, about 450 miles north of Guam to study volcanic ocean acidification. 

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Paws-On Science: Husky Weekend

JISAO scientists present research at Pacific Science Center’s Husky Weekend
The arches at Pacific Science Center turned purple for the University of Washington’s Paws-On Science weekend. 

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Girl Scouts of Western Washington’s GirlFest

Office of the Washington State Climatologist at GirlFest in Seattle
JISAO’s Nick Bond and Karin Bumbaco had a booth as part of the Girl Scouts of Western Washington’s GirlFest at the Century Link Event Center on September 24th. 

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Highlights from NOAA Science Camp

JISAO partnered with NOAA and Washington Sea Grant (WSG) for the ninth annual NOAA Science Camp in Seattle, with two sessions held during the weeks of July 18-22 and July 25-29, 2011.  

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HMS Plover High School Project

High school students comparing current temperature recording to 1850s data collected by the British Navy

JISAO research scientist Kevin Wood and other scientists with the international ACRE initiative are mentoring students who are evaluating air temperature and weather data collected in the 1850’s by the British Navy’s HMS Plover. 

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GEAR UP Summer Institute

Ocean and Climate Literacy
On June 29 and July 20, groups of students from the UW’s GEAR UP program visited JISAO for an afternoon Learning Lab focused on NOAA’s principles of ocean and climate literacy. 

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Around the Americas

Shooting the Sun: Measuring Sunlight at the Earth’s Surface
If it happens to be daytime when you are reading this you can get a sense of how bright the sun is by simply glancing out the window. 

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