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View Resource NCSR: Comprehensive Resources for NCSR Marine Fisheries Series

This document is designed to provide instructors with additional lecture support on the topic of marine fisheries with an emphasis on those that are commercially harvested in the United States. Detailed summaries are provided for six commercial video productions that examine various aspects of the marine fisheries issue: * Empty Oceans, Empty Nets (2002) ? an overview of major marine f...

View Resource American Indian Perspectives: Nature, Natural Resources, and Natural Resources Education

This module from the Northwest Center for Sustainable Resources (NCSR) "provides information, both historical and contemporary, insights, and ideals about American Indians and natural resources in various contexts." The document is 117 pages long.

View Resource Community-based Education: Model Programs

This educator?s guide is part of a series on community-based education. Each previous manual attempted to fill a specific niche in assisting educators in establishing this type of approach to the way in which school is conducted. Readers would be well-served to access earlier educator guides (Educator?s Guide to Program Development in Natural Resources, Community as a Context for Learning, Com...

View Resource NCSR: Shrimp Farming - Environmental and Social Impacts

This is a lecture-based activity designed to stimulate discussion in the classroom. Students are introduced to shrimp aquaculture and harvest and consider the environmental and social impacts of shrimp farming. The activity takes about 30 minutes.

View Resource NCSR: Where Does Your Seafood Come From?

This activity is designed to familiarize students with seafood products that are being sold in their community and to have them investigate the conservation characteristics (stock status, harvest method, wild-caught or aquaculture product, etc.) of those species. Approximately 3-4 hours of class or laboratory time will be needed to complete this activity.

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