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View Resource Books that Inspire Marine Biology

Results of a survey of 1200 marine educators and scientists concerning the use of marine literature for instructional purposes. Categories include: Recommended Readings by All Groups, Books Instructors Suggest Their Students Read, Books Selected as Required Reading in Courses Taught, Books That Influenced Respondents or Which Influenced Their Job Choice, and Books With Which Respondents...

View Resource DolphinLab

Located in Grassy Key, Florida, the Dolphin Research Center provides a variety of educational programs, including the internationally acclaimed DolphinLab program. Basic DolphinLab, a seven-day program offered throughout the year, surveys a wide range of knowledge, theories and ongoing research concerning dolphins, the marine environment and related issues. Basic and Advanced DolphinLab programs...

View Resource A Career Guide to Marine Mammal Training

This free, interactive and independent website has been conceived and designed by working marine mammal professionals to provide accurate, hard to find information and rare behind the scenes views and insights into the fascinating world of marine mammal care and training. The site includes career information, photos and videos, a fact vs fiction section, and extensive information on the...

View Resource USGS Science Resources For Undergraduate Education

This portal provides links to selected United States Geological Survey (USGS) educational resources that may be useful to undergraduate educators. Many of these resources can be used directly in the classroom, as preparation for lessons or demonstrations, or as resources for teacher education and curriculum development. The resources are also searchable by state or region with the use of an...

View Resource Discover

This is the website for Discover magazine. Users may access all the latest scientific news and research. The site is regularly updated and includes many different classroom and lab activities for educators. Back issues are available dating back to 1992. Full access for members/subscribers (online membership without the magazine subscription is free), though non-members can still access an...

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