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Native Hawaiian kids 'excited' about marine science project

By Marcie Kagawa

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 07, 2012

~~<p>Twenty Native Hawaiian middle and high school students on Oahu are participating in a nine-month marine debris tracking project that includes science lessons, cultural activities and community service.</p>
<p>The Malama &lsquo;Aina Marine Debris Research Project, which began in September and will run through May, aims to encourage Native Hawaiian students to take an interest in the sciences by looking at where marine debris ends up when released from different parts of the island.</p>
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Twenty Native Hawaiian middle and high school students on Oahu are participating in a nine-month marine debris tracking project that includes science lessons, cultural activities and community service.

The Malama ‘Aina Marine Debris Research Project, which began in September and will run through May, aims to encourage Native Hawaiian students to take an interest in the sciences by looking at where marine debris ends up when released from different parts of the island. Login for more...



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