1999 Alaska Ocean Sciences Bowl Research Project: The decline of Steller sea lions
The following papers were submitted by high school teams participating in the 1999 Alaska regional competition of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl.The ranking of the top four projects is based on the combined score of the written paper and the oral presentation.
In 1999 and 2000, the places for the individual components of the project (paper and oral presentation) were not yet being recorded on this site.
- Juneau-Douglas High School Tsunami: Population Decline of Steller Sea Lion: Analysis and Recommendations
- East Anchorage High School: An In-Depth Research of Possible Causes for Steller Sea Lion Population Declines in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea
- Juneau-Douglas High School Rogue: A System Analysis of Steller Sea Lions Decline in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska
- Chugiak High School, Eagle River: Decrease in Steller Sea Lion Populations—Due to Whaling and Overfishing of Pollock in Alaska
(in alphabetical order by city)
- Dimond High School, Anchorage: Decline of the Steller Sea Lion
- Frank A. Degnan High School, Unalakleet: The Imminent Doom of the Steller Sea Lion
- Seward High School: A Look at the Possible Causes of Steller Sea Lion (Eumetopias jubatus) Decline
- White Mountain High School: Steller Sea Lion Decline: Causes, Effects, and Possible Solutions