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View Resource Ocean Remote Sensing Base for Interactive Teaching and Learning

A collection of seven lesson plans from the Institute for Marine Remote Sensing in St. Petersburg, Florida. Titles include: Light and Water: The Secchi Disk Experiment, Coral Reef Remote Sensing Classification Experiment, Ocean Color, Sea Surface Temperature I and II, West Florida Shelf temperature changes with time and their impact on local reefs, The Coral Reef Cake: An Activity for K-12 Earth...

View Resource ChesSIE: Chesapeake Science on the Internet for Educators

This is a web-based resource center and communications hub that supports K-12 Chesapeake Bay science education. ChesSIE provides educators with bay-related teaching resources, field trip information, activities, lesson plans, and state resources. Site also features information on workshops, summer programs, grants, and ask a scientist.

View Resource Chesapeake Bay Program

A unique group that encompasses federal and state governments and local agencies, CBP offers information about the Bay, its flora and fauna, habitats, water quality, environmental concerns, and restoration efforts, plus provides access to scientific data. Site features all the latest Bay news, as well as State of the Bay information. Also includes the Critter of the Month, where a different...

View Resource EurekAlert! Marine Science Portal

This portal, maintained by AAAS, provides links to all manner of marine science resources: galleries of photos and other media; directories; maps; educational tools; marine science programs and organizations; US and international ocean policies; publications. It also features calendars of scientific events and meetings, press releases on current marine scientific news, events and reports.

View Resource Great Ocean Conveyor Belt: Part II

A network of currents called the Great Ocean Conveyor constantly circulates the water in Earth's oceans and redistributes heat from the tropics toward the poles, keeping some regions far more habitable than they would be otherwise. In this audio segment, scientists discuss the hypothesis that global warming is introducing fresh water into the world's oceans, disrupting the Great Ocean Conveyor....

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