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Ocean Commotion

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Logo: Ocean CommotionThe Louisiana Sea Grant College Program was proud to host Ocean Commotion 2015 on Tuesday, October 27, 2015, at the LSU Pete Maravich Assembly Center. Each year Ocean Commotion brings about 2,500 area students, teachers and chaperones to LSU to learn about our coast and sea from about 65 exhibitors.

Exhibits are provided by LSU researchers and public and private organizations. Exhibit viewing is divided into two time slots, each two hours in length, with the early time slot reserved for grades 5-8 students (8:45-10:45) and the other reserved for K-4 students (11:30-1:30).

The primary purpose of Ocean Commotion is to give students the chance to learn about and touch the products of the sea and coast—the aquatic animals, plants, and minerals—upon which Louisiana's citizens are so dependent.

(click here to view video full size at YouTube)

Ocean Commotion Video
5.04MB Windows Media Video file
1 min, 19 sec

Ocean Commotion Scrapbook
18 photo with descriptions


Special thanks to LSU Auxillary Service, ExxonMobil, & Coca-Cola for helping to support Ocean Commotion!

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