2005 Alaska Ocean Sciences Bowl Research Project: Effects of climate change upon Alaska's marine ecosystems and the communities they support
The following papers were submitted by high school teams participating in the 2005 Alaska regional competition of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl. The papers after third place are listed in alphabetical order by school.
WINNING PAPER—(Soldotna) Skyview High School EZDs: Global Climate Change and its Effect on Our Coastal Community
Second place: Cordova High School N.U.R.D.s: The Effects of Climate Change on Cordova, Alaska, on the Prince William Sound
Third place: Unalaska City School Ocean Raiders: Global Warming Effects on Fishing in Unalaska
(Anchorage) South Anchorage High School Flying Squidettes: The Greening of Alaska…or Not?!
Bethel Alternative Boarding School The Real People: Cost Analysis of Moving Four Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Villages in Response to Rising Sea Levels
Juneau-Douglas High School Steller: Effects of Climate Change on Marine and Terrestrial Ecosystems in the Area of Juneau, Southeast Alaska
Juneau-Douglas High School Home Team: Climate Change Effects on the Marine Food Web in the Area of Juneau, Alaska
(Palmer) seeUonline/Valley Pathways/Palmer High School/Colony High School Apex Predators: Declining Value of Alaska Wild Salmon Fisheries: An Economic Solution
Seward High School Jeannot Allemand: Global Warming in Barrow, Alaska
Soldotna High School Alaska Grown: The Effects of Global Warming on Barrow's Permafrost, Ice, and Community
Soldotna High School Ice Worms: The Effects of Sedimentation on Skilak Lake Due to Glacial Melting