American Meteorological Society 45 Beacon Street Booth Number(S): 333, W300 Ball Aerospace Booth Number(S): 513, W417 Bonneville Power Administration Portland, OR 97232 UNITED STATES Contact: Heidi Helwig E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Booth Number(S): W414
BPA (a component of the U.S. Department of Energy) is a nonprofit and self-funded federal power marketing administration in the Pacific Northwest.
Congress created BPA in 1937 to deliver and sell the power from Bonneville Dam.
BPA now markets wholesale electrical power from 31 federal hydroelectric dams in the Northwest, one nonfederal nuclear plant and several small nonfederal power plants.
BPA seeks to deliver power at the best value, while mitigating the impacts on the environment.
BPA prioritizes adequate, efficient and reliable power and is committed to cost-based rates.
BPA also provides educational resources to teachers and students in grades K through 12
Our materials focus on hydropower, electricity, renewable energy, climate change, environment fish and wildlife and energy efficiency.
Through these programs, BPA assists regional schools in providing a high-quality education and preparing students for future employment.
We sponsor and participate in a variety of education programs for kids, including science fairs and competitions, classroom presentations, summer science camps, worksite visits, tours and career-based learning experiences.
At BPA, we know the power of lending a hand. Our volunteer program provides hands-on support to community projects that support math and science education, energy conservation and environmental stewardship.
BPA employees engage with the communities in the region we serve to make a difference.
Civil Air Patrol, Washington Wing Booth Number(S): W315 Coventry High School/Conventry Public Schools Booth Number(S): W405 Earth Networks Earth Networks Senior VP - Global Sales 12410 Milestone Center Drive, 300 Germantown, MD 20876 UNITED STATES Contact: Mark Hyer E-mail:email@example.com Booth Number(S): 527, W202
Earth Networks offers a web-based instructional program that enables K-12 schools to use live weather and environmental data to improve student achievement across science, technology, math and geography.
Spark creativity, collaboration and analytical thinking with a weather-infused STEM curriculum while adding protection against severe weather threats.
Boost student engagement and active learning in the classroom
Integrate on-site real-time weather observations into data driven lesson planning
Keep students, faculty and visitors safe and informed of dangerous weather events
ECOSS is a nonprofit organization that encourages urban redevelopment and a healthy environment by providing education, resources and technical assistance to diverse businesses and communities in the Puget Sound region.
Everyone can make a difference –ECOSS leads industry, small businesses, communities and government to practical and sustainable environmental solutions. We deliver strategies and results in stormwater compliance, pollution prevention, energy efficiency and recycling.
Our international staff speak more than a dozen languages and work with Asian, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander, African and Latino communities. More than two decades of experience and cultural depth make ECOSS a leader in multicultural environmental outreach and engagement.
Emergency Managers Booth Number(S): W214 Girl Scouts of Western Washington Booth Number(S): W113 Global Weather and Climate Center Booth Number(S): W212 How the Weatherworks / The Learningworks Foundation, Inc. Booth Number(S): W407 Howard University, NOAA Center for Atmospheric Sciences Booth Number(S): W100
The NOAA Center for Atmospheric Sciences (NCAS) and the newly named Center for Atmospheric Sciences, Meteorology, Societal Impacts, and Environment (CAMSIE) will join other exhibitors in demonstrating a dynamic suite of hands-on experiments and activities that bring science to life. These exciting demonstrations are led by enthusiastic undergraduate and graduate students, as well as science professionals.
Integrated Systems Solutions, Inc. ISS Marketing Director 2191 Harithy Drive Booth Number(S): 238, W209 King County Wastewater Treatment Division
King County protects water quality and public health in the central Puget Sound region by providing high quality and effective treatment to wastewater collected from our local sewer agencies.
The county's Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) serves about 1.7 million people within a 424-square-mile service area, which includes most urban areas of King County and parts of south Snohomish County and northeast Pierce County.
Ladue School District Middle School Booth Number(S): W107 Little Bear Creek Weather Booth Number(S): W303
Little Bear Creek Weather is a hyper local weather blog for the North King and South Snohomish areas of Washington. We are web based and focused on a unique approach to local weather updates, including real time storm coverage, daily forecasts, and more.
Lockheed Martin Booth Number(S): 505, W110, W112, W114 Medford Memorial Middle School Booth Number(S): W400 Miami Dade Public Schools/ Hialeah Senior High School Booth Number(S): W200 NASA NASA Exhibit Manager, Science Mission Directorate, NASA 300 E St. SW Washington, DC 20546 UNITED STATES Contact: Winnie Humberson E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Booth Number(S): 205, W415
NASA Earth System Science conducts and sponsors research, collects new observations from space, develops technologies and extends science and technology education to learners of all ages. We work closely with our global partners in government, industry, and the public to enhance economic security, and environmental stewardship, benefiting society in many tangible ways. We conduct and sponsor research to answer fundamental science questions about the changes we see in climate, weather, and natural hazards, and deliver sound science that helps decision-makers make informed decisions.
NASA Langley Research Center Booth Number(S): W412 National Weather Service, Seattle Booth Number(S): W309 NOAA Pacific Marine Env Lab Seattle, WA 98115 UNITED STATES Contact: Adi Hanein Booth Number(S): W413 NOAA Satellites and Information Service Silver Spring, MD 20910 UNITED STATES Contact: Nina Jackson E-mail:Nina.Jackson@noaa.gov Booth Number(S): W411
NOAA’s National Environmental Satellite, Data, and
Information Service (NESDIS) provides secure and timely access to global
environmental data and information from satellites and other sources to promote
and protect the Nation's security, environment, economy, and quality of life. Come visit our booth, spin the Wheel of Science, and take home a prize and some free educational resources.
HotSeat is a web-based warning simulation tool designed for use by weather geeks of all ages. It uses archived WSR-88D data from actual events along with severe weather reports and damage survey photographs in a displaced real-time (DRT) mode to approximate the feel of issuing severe weather warnings in the National Weather Service. While running the scenario, the participant receives or loses points to indicate his/her success in the simulation.
North Carolina Public Schools -- Retired Booth Number(S): W301 Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing System Booth Number(S): W213 Northwest Avalanche Center Seattle, WA 98115 UNITED STATES Contact: Garth Ferber E-mail:email@example.com Booth Number(S): W115 Office of the Washington State Climatologist/UW Seattle, WA UNITED STATES Contact: Karin Bumbaco E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Booth Number(S): W302 Okemos High School Booth Number(S): W402 Pacific Science Center Booth Number(S): W317 Puget Sound Clean Air Agency Booth Number(S): W312 Puget Sound Energy Booth Number(S): W215 Raytheon Raytheon Business Development 16800 East CentreTech Parkway Booth Number(S): 605, W103, W101
Raytheon Company, with 2015 sales of $23 billion and 61,000 employees, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, civil government and cybersecurity solutions. With a history of innovation spanning 94 years, Raytheon provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration, C5ITM products and services, sensing, effects, and mission support for customers in more than 80 countries. Raytheon is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. Follow us on Twitter @Raytheon.
Salish Sea Expeditions' mission
is inspiring youth to connect with the marine environment through boat-based
scientific inquiry and hands-on learning, instilling curiosity, confidence, and
critical thinking.Our vision is that all citizens experience the
wonders of the marine environment and are equipped with the knowledge and
investigative skills to address the greatest challenges that face humanity.
Expeditions is a unique non-profit organization with a 20 year history that
actively engages middle and high school students in meaningful, boat-based
marine learning experiences on Puget Sound. Working as members of teams in
classrooms and aboard ship, students conduct authentic marine research
projects. They deploy oceanographic equipment, gather and analyze data, plot a
course for data collection stations, and learn basic piloting and navigation
skills. Following their expedition they present their research at a
professional Symposium at the University of Washington.
Seattle Aquarium Booth Number(S): W416 Seattle Astronomical Society Seattle, WA UNITED STATES Contact: David Ingram E-mail:email@example.com Booth Number(S): W106 STEMS -- AMS AERA Booth Number(S): W109 Tacoma Public Schools/ Jason Lee Middle School Booth Number(S): W307 Taylor & Francis Group Booth Number(S): W203 The Aerospace Corporation Booth Number(S): W102
The Aerospace Corporation operates a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC). In this role, we provide engineering and acquisition management support as well as objective technical analyses and assessments to the Air Force, other Department of Defense organizations, and select civilian agencies such as NASA and NOAA. In addition to maintaining and leveraging expertise in the terrestrial environmental domain, Aerospace has developed a comprehensive array of capabilities that address virtually all technical challenges facing space systems. Each capability fills a specific need in support of our customers.
Nobody knows the weather of a region better than those who live there. Unfortunately, there currently is not a centralized, easily accessible network for weather enthusiasts to share their knowledge and love of the skies with the communities they live in. WeatherTogether seeks to fill this glaring hole in weather communication, outreach, and collaboration.
WeatherTogether is a diverse and interconnected network of local weather blogs created by users who aspire to provide their communities with a variety of weather and science content. By sourcing weather information and forecasts from local meteorologists and weather enthusiasts, viewers get detailed discussions about their local weather in a manner that is not available in a brief newscast or automated computer forecast.
We look forward to meeting with you Sunday! In the meantime, register at weathertogether.us and make a weather website today!