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View Resource Carolinas RCOOS: Regional Coastal Ocean Observing System

Caro-COOPS is based upon an array of coastal and offshore moorings deployed off of the coast of the Carolinas. Mousing over a buoy on the map displays measurements including: latitude and longitude, air and water temperature, wind conditions, solar radiation, and for most, salinity, chlorophyll, surface current information, and more. Clicking on the buoy opens a new window that displays the...

View Resource Coastal Ocean Research and Monitoring Program (CORMP)

CORMP's goal is to provide an interdisciplinary science-based framework that supports sound public policy leading to wise coastal use, sustainable fisheries and improved coastal ocean ecosystem health. This site features an easy to use interactive map with real time and archived buoy and weather station data for southern North Carolina and South Carolina. The site also includes teacher resources...

View Resource What Causes the Gulf Stream?

Even with the waves lapping at their feet, few people consider ocean currents and their importance to global climate. Although the Gulf Stream cannot be seen flowing by off North America's East Coast, in Western Europe, the current's warming effect is undeniable. This video segment, adapted from a NOVA television broadcast, uses satellite imagery to illustrate the Gulf Stream's path and...

View Resource How Deep Can They Go? RMS Titanic's Final Resting Place

Ocean Planet is now an archival version of the 1995 Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition which is no longer on display. The Titanic site includes hundreds of links with information on the history, design, voyage, and rediscovery of the ship. Categories of sites include: organizations, student-maintained, art, books, film, video, music, dance, literature, newspaper accounts, museums,...

View Resource Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence New England (COSEE-NE)

The COSEE-NE seeks to strengthen the New England region's capacity to develop and provide high-quality ocean science education in both formal and informal settings by understanding the needs of, working with, and facilitating interactions among educators, researchers, and the public. Our long term goal is to strengthen understanding and appreciation of the oceans and their importance in audiences...

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