1. Open House Online - Submarines and Ocean Circulation with Glen Carter


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    Submarines, sinking and floating, density, and pressure. Glen Carter shows how technology is used to study density differences in the ocean, where internal waves influence the circulation of the global ocean - a process that mixes fresh water, salt water, and polluntants, and takes around 1,000 years.

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    • University of Hawaii at Manoa open house excites future scientists


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      Every two years the University of Hawaii at Manoa's School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology opens its doors to thousands of school children and families. Read the full story at the University of Hawaii news site at http://www.hawaii.edu/news/2013/10/28/open-house-excites-future-scientists/

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      • Open House Online - NOAA Weather Center with Michael Cantin


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        The NOAA Weather Center at UH Manoa is open 24 hours a day to help residents of Hawaii and the Pacific know about potential hazards such as storms and flooding as well as daily weather of interest - wave, wind, and surf forecasts.. The center also predicts cloud cover, winds, thunderstorms, volcanic ash for Pacific aviators - affecting fuel needs and eventually costs for travellers. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org

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        • Open House Online - UH Sound Lab with Tom Fedenczuk


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          Listening to whales, shrimp and boats. Tom Fedenczuk from the UH Sound Lab uses sound to identify marine organisms and human activity.

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