The amazing wins of the Ketchikan high school National Ocean Science Bowl teams
Ketchikan did an amazing job in this year’s competition. Saber-Toothed Salmon’s “Mitigating the Methane Output of Cattle through Feed Additives” and The Saber-Toothed Smolts’ “When the Tide is out and the Ocean is Not Acidic, the Table is Set.”
– 1st and 2nd in the oral presentation.
– 2nd and 3rd in the research paper.
– 1st and 2nd in overall research project.
– Quiz bowl placed 4th and 11th.
Coach Keenan Sanderson “I couldn’t be happier with the results. Being that it’s their first year, they blew away all of my expectations of them”.
Here are their video presentations:
– Saber-Toothed Salmon’s “Mitigating the Methane Output of Cattle through Feed Additives” Part 1 and Part 2.
– The Saber-Toothed Smolts’ “When the Tide is out and the Ocean is Not Acidic, the Table is Set” Video.
The Future Ocean Podcast – Carbon policy and our Alaska fisheries
Check out the Alaska Ocean Acidification Network’s new podcast on carbon policy! The Future Ocean podcast is for coastal Alaskans, folks in the seafood industry, and anyone interested in the future of our oceans.
This six-part series features local marine scientists, economists, and leaders in Alaska’s clean energy transition as they introduce ocean acidification and discuss different carbon policy options, how they work, what the terms mean, and what action is currently happening regionally and nationally. Learn about changes in our marine ecosystems and potential solutions that are on the table in Congress. A special feature on Kodiak is highlighted in the last episode! Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or www.thefutureoceanpodcast.com.
Kelp & Climate Change – Barnacle Foods
As climate change impacts are being felt around the world, kelp presents a potential solution.