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Located just one block from the Washington Monument in the country's capital, the National Aquarium is the nation's oldest aquarium boasts more than 80 exhibits with over 200 species of salt and freshwater marine life...
This easy to navigate and well-written site is packed with information and excellent photos about the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) and its fishery. Biology section covers: species profile, anatomy, life cycle,...
This lesson introduces the concept of supply and demand for fishery resources, using tuna as an example. Provides background information and creates scenarios for student participation, role playing first as a consumer...
In this lesson, students will build a tabletop village and visualize the relative height and impacts of a tsunami. Students discuss: how high the tsunami wave would reach; effects it would have on structures and people;...
Homepage for New York State Science Teachers describes Association mission and goals, announces conference and workshop dates and topics, employment opportunities. Promotes NSTA network for facilitating information...
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