2014 Finalists

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In January 2014, middle school classrooms around the world viewed and judged top 10 video abstracts submitted to the Ocean 180 Video Challenge, listed below. The "Wave 2" judging team was made up of over 30,000 middle school students in over 1,800 schools throughout the US, Australia, Aruba, Bahamas, Boliva, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Greece, Israel, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Turkey. These students were responsible for selecting the top 3 video abstracts.

Winners were announced February 25th at the 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Honoloulu, HI and can be found here.

Materials for registered classrooms

 

2014 Ocean 180 Video Challenge Finalists

Neil Hammerschlag, University of Miami
Gareth Burghes, Lagomorph Films
 
 
Michael Brennan, Alex DeCiccio, and Dwight Coleman, University of Rhode Island
 
 
Lonny Lundsten, Shannon Johnson, and David Clague, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Gregor Calliet, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories 
Andrew DeVogalaere, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
 
 
Laurence Yeung, University of California, Los Angeles
Meg Rosenburg, California Institute of Technology
 
 
Ann Gregory and J. Cesar Ignacio Espinoza, University of Arizona
 
 
Joseph Pawlik, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
 
 
Lonny Lundsten, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Welton Lee, California Academy of Sciences
Bill Austin, Khoyatan Marine Laboratory
Henry Reiswig, University of Victoria
 
 
Kyra Schlining, Linda Kuhnz, Nancy Jacobsen Stout, Susan von Thun, Brian Schlining, Lonny Lundsten, Judith Connor, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
 
 
Matthew Alford, University of Washington
Jennifer Isenhart, Wide Eye Productions
 
 
Win Watson, Liz Morrissey, and Nate Copp, University of New Hampshire

By the Numbers

37,795 students in 50 US states, the US Virgin Islands, and 21 countries participated as judges in the 2015 Ocean 180 Video Challenge.

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