When:Saturday, February 25
Where:NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California
Target Audience:High School Students
The National Ocean Sciences Bowl, coordinated by the Consortium for Ocean Leadership, is in many ways similar to the National Science Bowl but focuses specifically on ocean-related topics. The competition is comprised of three elements: a round robin competition, critical-thinking-based team challenge questions, and a double elimination competition. Student teams compete nationwide, answering questions about biology, chemistry, geology and physics of the oceans, as well as navigation, geography and related history and literature.
JPL hosts the Los Angeles Regional competition in Pasadena, California.