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View Resource Marine Technology Student: Submersible Technician

In this video adapted from Pathways to Technology, discover the undersea world of Penelope Ross, who?s studying marine technology. Penelope is learning to build undersea robots called ROVs: remotely operated vehicles. These ROVs can go places in the ocean where it?s hard for humans to travel, and can collect data on the ocean and its underwater life. Penelope explains what brought her to com...

View Resource Helpful ROV Curriculum Resources

Here, the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center provides a list of several curriculum resources related to underwater robotics and remote operated vehicles for underwater projects. In addition to providing supplementary information for creating ROVs such as the AngelFish, PufferFish, and TriggerFish, this page includes lists of other MATE ROV teams, books related to ROV construction,...

View Resource Ocean Explorer

With the intent to publicize information on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) major ocean exploration efforts, the Ocean Explorer Website provides a platform to follow such explorations in near real-time, learn about ocean exploration technologies, observe remote marine areas through multimedia technology, and review NOAA's 200-year history of ocean exploration....

View Resource NOAA Ocean Explorer: Windows to the Deep

This summer, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration sent the submersible Alvin down to explore the biology, physics, and chemistry of seafloor methane seeps off the coast of the southeastern U.S. Now educators can bring the Windows to the Deep expedition to the classroom with a set of lesson plans available at this Web site. Designed for grades 5-12, these "hands-on, inquiry-based...

View Resource Deep Submergence Vehicle Alvin

This is the site to go to for information about Alvin, the deep submergence vehicle. Describes the history of Alvin, dive statistics, dive logs, dive site viewer, publication, and photos. Students will love the interactive Alvin simulator. Also available are a user manual, observer information, and cruise planning tips. An excellent marine technology resource.

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