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Recently, the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward installed a seawater heat pump system.
Members and Associate Members of the International Consortium include: * Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium * Alaska SeaLife Center * BASE Entertainment * Dolphin Quest (on behalf of Ocean Quest Conservation Foundation, Malaysia) * Eckerd College II Georgia Aquarium * KRE8 360 * The MareCet Research Organization, Malaysia * Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI), Tampa, FL * Mystic Aquarium, a division of Sea Research Foundation * National Aquarium in Baltimore 111 North Slope Borough * Saint Louis Zoo * Southern Caribbean Cetacean Network "MareCet is most proud and excited to be a part of this new conservation coalition.
and Alaska SeaLife Center (Seward, Alaska): Building Ocean Awareness Together: Interpreting challenging ocean issues - $898,490.
Filmed in Alaska's Resurrection Bay, near Prince William Sound (where the Exxon Valdez dumped eleven million gallons of heavy crude oil in 1989), at the Alaska SeaLife Center aquarium in Seward (built by Exxon in 1998 in an effort to repair its public image), at Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, Connecticut, and at the New York Aquarium, The Aquarium coolly examines the domestication of marine life.
With the lodge's proximity to Seward, guests may enjoy activities including sportfishing, hiking, dogsled tours, flight-seeing, and the Alaska SeaLife Center.
Her biggest assignment was leading the design work for the $35 million Alaska SeaLife Center, a 96,000-square-foot marine research facility built in response to the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
The Alaska Sealife Center in Seward helps to explain Alaska's complex marine eco-system.
Keefer was recognized for raising more than $3,500 to help rehabilitate sick and injured seals at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward by decorating and selling candles and other items with shells and seaweed that he collected on the beach.