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View Resource Interactive Oceans

This site is a collaboration of US and Canadian research institutions; it proposes an ocean observatory in the NE Pacific. A network of fiber optic cables on the Juan de Fuca plate will support sensors to monitor geological, chemical and biological events and provide shore-based researchers with real-time data. The site is intended to serve learners from K to college with web access to data,...

View Resource The Slug Site

This one-stop nudibranch site features a Nudibranch of the Week, complete with pictures and description. Site also includes links to many additional internal and external nudibranch resources. Be sure to check out Dr. Hans Bertsch's page on everything you ever wanted to know about nudibranchs, but were afraid to ask. Plentiful amounts of information and photographs. Site also includes...

View Resource University of New England Marine Science Education and Research Center

This site describes the University of New England's state-of-the-art facilities for marine education and research and their environmentally friendly "green design." The site includes UNE marine science and environmental research programs as well as information on a marine animal rehab center. Information is available on stranded marine animals, current research directions, and graduate courses in...

View Resource Marine Environmental Research Institute

This Maine-based research facility studies pollutant impacts on marine mammals, water quality monitoring, and coastal impacts. It also maintains a seal stranding response and rescue center. Public outreach programs feature speakers, lending library, and Ocean Aquarium Room with regional marine life. Experiential education programs including onsite visits and ecological cruises are offered for...

View Resource The Biology Corner

This resource for biology and science teachers includes a Lesson Plans section, which contains classroom activities, labs and worksheets. The Webquest section contains inquiry-based projects that utilize the internet. Internet lessons (also called miniquests) are smaller activities wherein students use one or two science related websites to answer a series of questions. The lesson plans are...

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