Commons:Wiki Science Competition 2019/Winners/Ireland

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Nuvola Irish flag.svg These are the finalists for WSC2019 in Ireland.

This country-level selection had a specific national organizer and a national coordination page.

Files[edit]

  • This country has a category for its files, other files from there might have been uploaded after the local deadline and moved to the 2019 international category if such deadline was still valid.
  • As of now, the files in the local category uploaded within the local deadline are 122, with 19 obviously unsuitable files.
  • Uploaders statistics are available here.

Specific classes of files[edit]


MICROSCOPY IMAGE from Ireland
Winner Honourary mention Honourary mention
Colloform sphalerite from the Lisheen deposit (closed in 2015), which was mined for zinc (Zn) and lead (lead). Aileen Doran This is an example of ore-related hydrothermal dolomite from the Lisheen deposit, Ireland, which was mined for zinc (Zn) and lead (Pb) for over 15 years and only closed in 2015. Aileen Doran Scanning electron micrograph of mixed-culture biofilm, demonstrating in detail a spatially heterogeneous arrangement of bacterial cells and extracellular polymeric substances. Krzysztof A. Zacharski


GENERAL CATEGORY IMAGE from Ireland
Winner Honourary mention Honourary mention
The aurora or northern lights shot with a Canon camera over the church at Vik in Iceland on a clear night.Anthony Lynch The road down from Teide volcano in Tenerife with the Milky way above it. The Milky way was shot separately to fit in the full arch with a Canon 6D camera and 20mm lens. Anthony Lynch My friend poses for a shot under the Milky way with rho ophiuchi star system from the top of El Teide in Tenerife on a perfect Summers night. Multiple shots stacked to bring out more detail and colour. Anthony Lynch


PEOPLE IN SCIENCE from Ireland
WINNER Honourary mention Honourary mention
Astronomers at CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory, Cork. Several telescopes are visible including a ten inch Dobsonian in the foreground. Rob O'Sullivan Image taken at a Cavan/Monaghan Science Festival 2018. Colette Gemmell Homeschooled Sofia (6 years old) is presenting her finished project on our solar system. VillieFlari


PEOPLE IN SCIENCE - WOMEN IN STEM from Ireland
WINNER Honourary mention
Taken at the first ever Irish fieldtrip for the Girls into Geoscience event at Loughshinny, Dublin on November 2nd 2019. Aileen Doran An astrophysicist at CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory observing the transit of Mercury using a Cornado P.S.T telescope. Rob O'Sullivan


WILDLIFE AND NATURE from Ireland
WINNER Honourary mention Honourary mention
Praying mantis Seek liam Macro bee on a flower. Oliver Gargan A Common Green Grasshopper sitting in a clover leaf. Colette Gemmell


IMAGE SETS from Ireland
WINNER Honourary mention Honourary mention
A composite like a clock so you could see the phases from full moon to total eclipse moon. Anthony Lynch Multiple shots of the moon as it set. Anthony Lynch The January eclipse from start to finish. Anthony Lynch