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National Ocean Sciences Bowl - Great Lakes Bowl

National Ocean Sciences Bowl - Great Lakes Bowl

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The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is a nationwide academic competition among teams of high school students. Regional competitions are held around the U.S. in February and March with the final national competition held in April. The NOSB will test students’ math and science skills as applied to topics on ocean (and Great Lakes) biology, chemistry, geology, physics, technology, history, and economics. Information about NOSB is availabl
The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is a nationwide academic competition among teams of high school students. Regional competitions are held around the U.S. in February and March with the final national competition held in April. The NOSB will test students’ math and science skills as applied to topics on ocean (and Great Lakes) biology, chemistry, geology, physics, technology, history, and economics. Information about NOSB is availabl

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Published by: Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory on Jun 06, 2011
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What is it?
The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is a nationwideacademic competition among teams of high schoolstudents. Regional competitions are held around theU.S. in February and March with the final nationalcompetition held in April.The NOSB will test students’ math and science skills asapplied to topics on ocean (and Great Lakes) biology,chemistry, geology, physics, technology, history, andeconomics. Information about NOSB is available onlineto help students and teachers prepare for the competition:
http://www.nosb.org/ 
.You can also visit the Great LakesEnvironmental Research Laboratory's NOSB web pagesat 
http://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pr/nosb/cur/ 
.
When / Where will it be held?
The Great Lakes Bowl of the NOSB will be held onFebruary 5, 2011at the University of Michigan in AnnArbor, Michigan.
Who competes?
High school teams of four students, one alternate, anda coach will compete in question and answer matchesduring the day-long competition. The competition formatwill be a 6 minute buzzer round, 2 team challengequestions, and another 6 minute buzzer round. The TeamChallenge Questions require analysis of data presentedand synthesis of several scientific and mathematicalconcepts. The students work as a team, and each team hasthe opportunity to win 20 points.
What are the prizes?
The Great Lakes Bowl will award cash prizes, trophies,medals, and other prizes to top-finishers. The overallwinning team of the regional competition wins apaid trip to compete in the National Ocean SciencesBowl finals. The grand prize for the winning teamof the finals competition has included cruises onoceanographic research vessels, visits to oceanographicresearch laboratories, computer hardware/software forthe winning team’s school, scientific equipment andlaboratory supplies, scholarships, endowments, t-shirts,trophies, and medals.
How do I enter?
The Great Lakes Bowl will be limited to 16 teams.Team entry in the event will be approved on a first-come first-served basis. Teams must complete andsubmit all required forms to be approved for entry intothe event. Entry forms will be accepted through
December 3, 2010.
Registration forms can be obtained from the RegionalCoordinator:Sander RobinsonGreat Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory4840 S. State Rd.Ann Arbor, MI 48108TEL: 734-741-2172 ~ FAX: 734-741-2055email: sander.robinson@noaa.gov
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