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The "Video" section of the wonderful National Geographic website has so much to offer visitors. Many of the videos are just several minutes long, such as the two minute and twelve second video taken of an Australian sea...
Search the 2-minute gridded global relief data and images to get ocean and land areas, 30-second gridded land topography, or archived 5-minute gridded global relief data for your area of choice. Read the geographic...
This activity, which can be performed by the teacher and an assistant, or by students working in pairs, shows the mechanism of seafloor spreading. Two pieces of paper are pulled apart from between two desks or tables,...
An extensive collection of profiles, stories, and pictures documenting 200 years of the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration. Site contains biographical sketches, sea stories, art and poetry, and more from NOAA...
The oceans are in constant flux. The movement of ocean water is readily observable in the rise and fall of the tides and the continual lapping of waves along the coastlines of continents and islands. Less obvious is the...
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