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Aquarium Partners with NASA, OMSI to Create New Public Program

Exhibits

July 18, 2012

Aquarium Partners with NASA, OMSI to Create New Public Program

NASA awards a $331,000 grant to create Our Instrumented Earth, which will debut summer 2013 in California at the Aquarium of the Pacific, in Oregon at OMSI, and in Maryland at the NASA’s Goddard Visitor Center.

New Exhibit Will Examine Climate Change and California’s Water Supply

Exhibits

October 4, 2011

New Exhibit Will Examine Climate Change and California’s Water Supply

The exhibit, California’s Changing Water, makes predictions for the future of California’s water supply and details how infrastructure will be impacted.

Aquarium Exhibits Impressionist Paintings of Channel Islands

Exhibits

October 4, 2011

Aquarium Exhibits Impressionist Paintings of Channel Islands

Artist Daniel Gallup practices in the tradition of painting en plein air, or painting from life outdoors. This style has a rich history in documenting the natural beauty of coastal areas in California.

Photography Exhibit Opening in October Depicts Gulf Oil Spill

Exhibits

October 3, 2011

Photography Exhibit Opening in October Depicts Gulf Oil Spill

Aerial photos capturing the aftermath of the April 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill will be on display at the Aquarium through January 15, 2012.

Aquarium of the Pacific to Open Two New Exhibits in May

Exhibits

April 11, 2011

Aquarium of the Pacific to Open Two New Exhibits in May

The Aquarium of the Pacific will introduce two new exhibits this summer, inviting visitors to learn more about Earth’s extreme environments, climate change, and timely ocean issues.

Aquarium of the Pacific Breaks Ground on New Exhibit Gallery Opening Summer 2011

Exhibits

October 1, 2010

Aquarium of the Pacific Breaks Ground on New Exhibit Gallery Opening Summer 2011

September 30, 2010—Long Beach, CA. The nonprofit Aquarium of the Pacific broke ground today and revealed renderings of its next major project opening in summer 2011. The Ocean Science Center will feature an immersive exhibit area for exploring ocean phenomena and the many ways societies depend on the World Ocean.

Ocean Today Kiosk Opens

Exhibits

October 30, 2008

Ocean Today Kiosk Opens

October 2008—In coordination with the September opening of the Sant Ocean Hall at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC, the Aquarium of the Pacific has opened its own Ocean Today kiosk in the Northern Pacific Gallery.

Our Watersheds: Pathway to the Pacific

Exhibits

October 27, 2008

Our Watersheds: Pathway to the Pacific

On November 15, 2008 the Aquarium opened its new watershed environmental exhibition, classroom, and native garden, Our Watersheds: Pathway to the Pacific. This exhibit gives visitors the opportunity to learn more about our local watersheds and what we can each do to protect them. It also teaches guests about sustainable water use options now and for the future.

Aquarium partners with the World Wildlife Fund

Exhibits

May 6, 2008

Aquarium partners with the World Wildlife Fund

Long Beach, Calif., April 30, 2008— World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Aquarium of the Pacific have formed a partnership to help save the Gulf of California.

Aquarium of the Pacific Breaks Ground on Environmental Exhibition and Classroom

Exhibits

December 13, 2007

Aquarium of the Pacific Breaks Ground on Environmental Exhibition and Classroom

Long Beach, California, December 13, 2007—From cities looking to recycle waste water to restrictions on garden watering, water issues are becoming more pressing. The Aquarium of the Pacific has announced plans for Our Watersheds: Pathway to the Pacific, a new addition that will provide its Southern California visitors with sustainable solutions and the knowledge to make a difference at any age. The nonprofit Aquarium announced plans today to open a new watershed environmental exhibition, classroom, and native garden in November of 2008.

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