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NEWS Capital City Weekly JUNEAU - Madison Nolan and Hannah Wilson, students at Juneau Douglas High School, have been named state winners of the 2009 Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP) competition - the most prestigious youth award for a water-related science project. Selected for their project, "The Effects of Estrogen on the Mass, Length, and Gender of Sand Shrimp (Crangon alaskensis and franciscorum)," Madison Nolan will represent Alaska at the national competition held June 25-27 at the University of Alaska in Anchorage. Hosted by the Alaska Water Wastewater Management Association, this year's competition will feature three days of educational and entertaining events.

Juneau student to represent Alaska in prestigious water science competition

Madison Nolan (left) and Hannah Wilson, students at Juneau-Douglas High School, have been named state winners of the 2009 Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition.
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Madison Nolan (left) and Hannah Wilson, students at Juneau-Douglas High School, have been named state winners of the 2009 Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition.
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