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The winners of the GeoLogi2012 short film competition were announced on 17 October during an awards presentation at Geoscience Australia to celebrate Earth Science Week.

Geoscience Australia’s CEO, Dr Chris Pigram presented the GeoLogi Awards to the winning entries.

The GeoLogi short film competition is co-hosted annually by Geoscience Australia and the Australian Science Teachers Association External site link. Students from all states and territories were invited to participate in the national competition.

Entries were received from around the country, including New South Wales, South Australia and the ACT. The short films explored the students' view of the world around them and included films on earthquakes and tsunami, landforms, fossils, volcanoes, geysers and Douglas Mawson.

The films were judged on their science content, creativity and promotion of the theme 'Discovering Geoscience', highlighting how Earth sciences affects our everyday lives. Winners were named in two categories: Primary and Junior Secondary.

2012 Winner - Primary Division

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Free hot shower: Geyser

Asmita Deonath from Kaleen Primary School, ACT

Video File Size: 19.3MB




2012 Runners Up - Primary Division

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Earthquake Explorers

the Science Club at Maribyrnong Primary School

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2012 Winner - Secondary Division

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Thirty-one Twelve AD

Wauchope High School, New South Wales

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2012 Runners-Up - Secondary Division

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Tectonic plates and continental drift

Rhys Sykes, Cortland McNair and Matthew Perram of Amaroo School, ACT

Video File Size: 24.6MB




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Finding Fossils with Dr T-Rex

Austen Perich, Tate Lindsay and James Tegel of Macarthur Anglican School, New South Wales

Video File Size: 27MB

Topic contact: education@ga.gov.au Last updated: September 5, 2013