Alaska Tsunami Bowl generates wave of media coverage



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Seward, Alaska—Students from Juneau-Douglas High School won the 2013 Alaska Region National Ocean Sciences Bowl held in Seward Feb. 8–10. But many teams took home gold coverage by their local media. Here's a roundup of the media coverage.

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JDHS wins Alaska Tsunami Bowl (KTOO-FM, 02/13/2013; 276 KB)

Hutchison comes in seventh in Tsunami Bowl (Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, 03/05/2013; 472 KB)

Hutchison High School Students Present Research at Science Bowl (Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, 02/22/2013; 276 KB)

Y-K Delta teams take on Alaska Tsunami Bowl (Tundra Drums, 02/21/2013; 160 KB)

Homer makes waves at Ocean Bowl (Homer Tribune, 02/2020/13; 144 KB)

Seward NOSB team suggests new approach to managing silvers (Seward City News, 02/16/2013; 136 KB)

Ocean Sciences Bowl flushes out young scientists (Seward Phoenix Log, 02/14/2013; 136 KB)

NOSB scholars ready for annual Tsunami Bowl (Juneau Empire, 02/01/2013; 76 KB)

Busy little school, busy little town (Seward City News, 02/07/2013; 64 KB)

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