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COSEE Ocean Science Fair and Faces of Climate Change Videos Featured at the Alaska Forum for the Environment
02/14/2012 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP

COSEE Alaska’s Ocean Science Fairs and student winners’ work were highlighted at the 2012 Alaska Forum on the Environment as part of a small, competitive and high profile poster exhibit. The poster explains the Ocean Science Fair effort that COSEE Alaska, the Alaska Native Knowledge Network and the University of Alaska Fairbanks Center for Cross-cultural Studies continue to facilitate across Alaska leading up to the Alaska State Science and Engineering Fair each March in Anchorage. (March 23-25, 2012). The poster showcased the scientific research of 2011 Winners China Kantner (Kotzebue), Ember Eck (Kotzebue), Molly Adams (Barrow) and 2010 winner Phillip Sittichinili (Barrow). To learn more:
Ocean Science Fair Program
Alaska Native Knowledge Network
Alaska State Science and Engineering Fair

On Friday, February 10, 2012, the Faces of Climate Change video series was highlighted as part of the Alaska Forum on the Environment’s 5th film festival. Submission to this film festival is competitive and COSEE Alaska, Alaska SeaGrant, the Alaska Marine Conservation Council and the Alaska Ocean Observing System were thrilled that Forum participants were able to come together to view Faces of Climate Change at this year’s Forum. Links to the online videos can be found at: Faces of Climate Change

The Alaska Forum on the Environment (AFE) is a statewide gathering of environmental scientists and professionals from government agencies, non-profit and for-profit businesses, community leaders, Alaskan youth, conservationists, biologists and community elders. This diversity of attendees sets this conference apart from any other. In the 12th year event, about 1,600 people attended AFE to learn more about the environment and meet other Alaskans that work in the Environmental field, making AFE one of the largest annual conferences in Alaska.
To learn more: Alaska Forum for the Environment

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