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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 Maryland Department of Natural Resources: Chesapeake Bay

A comprehensive site on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay monitoring, restoration, and education efforts, plus information on other hot topics such as sea grasses and Pfiesteria. Site features information on harmful algae, bay grass identification, water monitoring, and a Life Guide, which describes the flora and fauna of the Bay. Site also provides information on ways you can help, including their Bay...

View Resource Bay Link

A collaboration between several Virginia-based, Chesapeake Bay-related organizations, this educational website includes lesson plans, field trips, and student projects and activities. The included lesson plans represent most disciplines. The site also provides links to additional external Chesapeake Bay and general marine science resources.

View Resource Healthy Waters, Strong Economy: The Benefits of Restoring the Great Lakes Ecosystem

With good reason, there is a great deal of concern about the future of the Great Lakes. Collectively, these bodies of water account for 90 percent of the United States' and 20 percent of the world's surface fresh water. Beyond that crucial fact, the Great Lakes represent an enormous economic and cultural resource to the region. Here, the Brookings Institution's own John C. Austin, Soren Anderson,...

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