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View Resource Project Oceanica

Project Oceanica's goal is to integrate education with oceanographic research and exploration, and to develop educational resources and programs available to college and high school students, as well as to K-12 educators. Site is a comprehensive collection of Project Oceanica programs and resources. Features expedition and research information, photo and video galleries, field guides, shark and...

View Resource National Estuary Program

Estuaries are places where rivers meet the sea and are critical to the health of coastal environments and our enjoyment of them. Website features abundant information on the legal and scientific aspects of estuary preservation. Includes guidelines, program profiles, and a shorter version in Spanish. Resources for teachers and students include games and activities. External links to additional...

View Resource National Estuarine Research Reserves

Through linked programs of stewardship, education, and research, the NERRS enhances informed management and scientific understanding of the nation's estuarine and coastal habitats. Includes information on monitoring (water quality, weather, nutrients, etc.), restoration, invasive species, fellowships, and much more. With reserves all over coastal U.S., educators and scientists can access an...

View Resource Pack Mentality

This radio broadcast explains how packrat nests, usually made of nearby sticks and leaves, may last as long as 40,000 years. The materials in these nests may reveal the ecology of an area in the past. Studies of the nests have revealed changes in the ecosystems of the deserts of Arizona and New Mexico over time. The MP3 clip is 2 minutes long.

View Resource Maine Department of Conservation: Wetlands Activity

This four-week unit contains activities in which students investigate the natural history of a wetland, identify its boundaries, and study how it functions in the environment. They will investigate the formation of wetlands in Maine; prepare a series of map overlays researching wetland conditions for a site they have chosen in the community; learn how to recognize a wetland by hydrology,...

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