Ocean Science International, Inc. is currently assisting in a water quality
study of Mission Bay, in San Diego. Findings of this study are to be
compiled, and compared to studies that have performed over the last
10 years. The purpose is to provide scientists, students and the public,
with information about the current level of toxins in the bay. Although
many strides have been made over the years to clean up local waters,
there is still legitimate lingering concerns.
Everyone is thinking globally today.
Which is why, Ocean Science International, Inc. also participates in
G.L.O.B.E. (Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment),
managed by a Federal task force from N.A.S.A., the National Science
Foundation, and other organizations.
The G.L.O.B.E. Programs link Scientists with over 5,000 schools in 68
countries, all with one common goal:
To study the environment
protect it for
Under the guidance of teachers, G.L.O.B.E.
students have collected millions of observations about our weather,
atmosphere, soil and the ecology. Students benefit from hands-on
learning and seeing their findings used in professional studies that
have real scientific significance.