Tillamook High School Science Research Students win state awards, Sam Hooley chosen to represent Oregon at the International Science and Engineering Fair in May

2019 Northwest Science Exposition (NWSE) results:

Sam Hooley: Historic Spatial Arrangement and Potential Fire and Disease Reduction in Coastal Forests
1st place in State; Plant Sciences
Selected for Best of Fair – qualifies to compete at International Science and Engineering Fair
Lewis and Clark Scholarship $22,000/year for 4 years

Celeste Stout: Channel Morphology and Fish Use in the Tillamook Wetlands
Outstanding Project in the Geosciences

Silas Waxter: The Creation of a Device for Improving Measurements on Human Range of Motion
Outstanding Biophysics Award – $100

Malachi Thorne: Using Drones with NIR to Locate and Estimate Densities of Olympic Oysters, Ostrea lurida, when Covered by Water
Award for Excellence in Scientific Research in Environmental Health
Office of Naval Research Outstanding Research and Engineering Project – $75

Dillon Pierce: Using Magnets to Attract Invasive Green Crab, Carcinus maenus
SAGE and Oregon Coast Aquarium Award