1999 SOEST Open House
Earthquakes
and tsunamis

Seafloor mapping

Volcanoes

High pressure
mineral physics

Planetary geosciences

Marine biology

Fisheries

Ocean currents
and tides

Hurricanes

Ship building

Alternative energy

Remote sensing

Sea level changes

Weather systems

Coastlines

Computer models

Marine technology

Aquaculture

Fun with science!

In celebration of ten years of discovery, the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology is pleased to once again open its doors to the community: to share the excitement and wonder of scientific exploration with the people of Hawaii.

Join us on a Voyage to the Science of Tomorrow!

Friday October 15, 1999
8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Saturday, October 16, 1999
10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Student with microscope

RIGHT An elementary school student examines shells under a powerful microscope during the 1995 SOEST Open House.

Some of the activities planned include:

  • Multi-media and computer displays

  • Live-action science demonstrations

  • Continuous videos of the latest findings

  • Tours of working laboratories

  • Hands-on activities for all ages

  • Presentations by world-renowned scientists

  • Tours of research vessels

Below is a map showing the location of the three main buildings on the UH Manoa campus that house SOEST: the Pacific Ocean Science and Technology (POST) building, the Hawaii Institute of Geophysics (HIG) building, and the Marine Science Building (MSB).

For more information, teachers and school adminstrators can contact Leona Anthony at (808) 956-8763, or by email at lanthony@hawaii.edu.

See you there! Aloha!

Mahalo! to our corporate sponsors:

ALOHA RENTALS

HEI

Alexander & Baldwin


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Last update on Wed 14 Oct 99.