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View Resource SIOExplorer Digital Library Project

This digital library provides access to data, documents and images from 822 expeditions by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO), dating back to 1903. Materials include shipboard data from cruises (sampling information, seismic profiles, meteorology, and others); expedition photographs; bathymetric seamount maps; and educational resources from the Enduring Resources for Earth Sciences...

View Resource Wave of the Future

Tsunamis are the result of processes that shape the Earth's surface: earthquakes, volcanic events, and landslides. People cannot control the dynamic forces that drive tectonic events; however, they can reduce the number of lives lost to tsunamis by using technology to assess hazards, develop warning systems, and educate the public. This report discusses what it will take to implement an effective...

View Resource Plate Tectonics: Further Evidence

Early evidence showing striking similarities between regions on opposite sides of vast oceans suggested that in Earth's distant past what are now separate continents may once have been connected. However, this evidence said nothing about how the continents could have moved to their present positions. This video shows how seafloor spreading creates new oceanic crust and how the crust is destroyed...

View Resource Ocean Planet: Sea Connections

This website is part of a set of multidisciplinary lesson plans from the Smithsonian. This lesson plan examines the marine environment and how human activities can upset the delicate balance. Includes downloadable student activities and tips on engaging students. Background material and most of the materials are provided. The "Resources" link provides an abundance of additional information, in...

View Resource Marine Conservation Institute

Stay current with the latest marine conservation issues, plus find information on workshops and job and research opportunities. Access information on the latest research, legislation, and MCI's latest publications. Learn about marine protected areas, destructive fishing practices, endangered species, and how MCI is advancing marine science. Features include a photo gallery, links to an abundance...

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