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View Resource Institute of Ocean Sciences

Located in Sidney, approximately 30 km from Victoria, the Institute is home to scientists, technicians, support staff and ships' crews whose common interests are the coastal waters of British Columbia, the Northeast Pacific Ocean, the Western Arctic and navigable waters east to the Manitoba, Saskatchewan border. Site includes information on the three main divisions of IOS, Canadian Hydrographic...

View Resource Massachusetts Marine Educators

A thorough site for teachers in New England, specifically Massachusetts. Includes information on teacher workshops, MME membership, student contests, and teacher awards. Features an ocean tides classroom activity for middle school through high school students, links to other marine science education websites, and the latest issue of their newsletter available for download.

View Resource Exploring Ocean Color Data in the Classroom

This guide introduces educators to the use of ocean color data in the classroom. The data, from NASA's Ocean Biology Processing Group, are used to examine biological activity and physical and biological interactions in the oceans. This particular dataset examines oceanographic processes at the surface and links biological activity, such as phytoplankton blooms, with physical properties such as...

View Resource Measuring Ocean Literacy

This resource describes a student survey on ocean literacy devised and conducted by a Professor of Oceanography at North Carolina State University. Topics include the definition of ocean literacy, seven essential principles in ocean literacy, and a brief description of the survey subjects. Examples of the various versions of the survey and results of the research are provided.

View Resource Dalhousie University

Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, the Department of Oceanography is a story of growth and accruing influence, both nationally and internationally, in the fields of oceanographic research and education. Site contains information on graduate programs, undergraduate courses, publications, news and events, and current research. Research section provides a wealth of information concerning...

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