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Intel ISEF 2014 Special Awards Organization Profile

 

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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - NOAA

Website:
http://www.noaa.gov

 

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is the United States government agency with a mission of science, service, and stewardship. Its mission touches the lives of every American, protecting life and property and conserving and protecting natural resources. NOAA recognizes outstanding projects in ocean, coastal, Great Lakes, weather, and climate sciences with cash awards and a first prize summer internship.

 

Why We Participate

NOAA's Office of Education is a proud supporter of student research on issues related to the agency's mission. To raise awareness of Earth sciences, NOAA offers "Taking the Pulse of the Planet" awards at the Intel ISEF, as well as at local and regional U.S. science fairs. Through these awards, NOAA encourages students to pursue research and careers related to NOAA's mission and recognizes their outstanding projects in ocean, coastal, Great Lakes, weather, and climate sciences.

 

 

2014 Awards Offered

A fully paid summer internship at a NOAA research lab, plus a $500 monetary award.

A fully paid summer internship at a NOAA research lab, plus a $500 monetary award.

Award of $500

Award of $500

Alternate

Alternate

 

Intel ISEF 2014 Awards

A fully paid summer internship at a NOAA research lab, plus a $500 monetary award.

William Wu

Geographic Belts for Hurricane Landfall Location Prediction

 

Award of $500

Jesse Zhang

Lunar Tide Contribution to Thermosphere Weather

 

Alternate

Jinsong (Tony) Yan

Monitoring Ocean Microscopic Organic Material: Assessing Large-Scale Ecological Disruption on Annual Chl-a, POC, and PIC Fluctuation Equilibrium

 

Alternate

Kayla Ishida

Predicting the Strength of Solar Flares using Sunspot Characteristics

 

 

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